I attended at the 25th meeting of Japan Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Properties in the International University of Kagoshima on June 14th to 15th.
This meeting had lots of presentations and they present recent research results. Unfortunately, I could not attend at the first day when many researchers present their results on a variety of topics such as past environments, vegetation changes, and agriculture.
Regarding posters, they present a wide variety of research results. Relating to Japanese archaeobotany, some posters showed their results on environmental transitions, DNA analysis, and sediment analysis.