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The Jōmon culture was a prehistoric culture occupying Japan from around 14,000–300 BCE, well-known today for their distinctive style of cord-marked pottery for which the culture is named. Fans of The Legend of Zelda will recognize Jōmon pottery as the inspiration for the iconic "guardians" from Breath of the Wild.

Come make Jōmon-style pottery with us on March 8 in Irvin 124 at 6 p.m.!

Hosted by: Japanese Culture and Language Club

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