02 November, 2005

Welcome to Japanese Archaeobotany

Welcome to Japanese Archaeobotany.net.

This blog introduces Japanese archaeobotany
with information and links for archaeobotanical news and research topics throughout Japan.

I hope that this blog will be useful for any researchers
and students in and outside Japan. That is why this blog is written in English and Japanese.

1 comment:

  1. Very nice to meet you. I am an archaeologist from Canada and I also have archaeobotanical training. The area in which I do my research is Northeast Asia, in particular the Korean peninsula and Japanese archipelago. My interest is in Mumun social change, Yayoi social change, as well as Mumun archaeobotany and intensive agriculture.