|Pseudonym reading||Ueda Ezo Mori Ichigo Fu Shun D|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||May 17, 1994|
Ueda Sugamori No. 1 is a so-called late-stage old tomb distributed in northern Tohoku such as Iwate Prefecture.
According to recent research, many of the late Tombs were built from the 7th century to the 8th century, and Ueda Takimori No. 1 is one of the oldest stage in the prefecture.
The excavated items of Ueda Kashimori No. 1 are 1 striking angle type, 1 pottery (1 type), 1 piece of toko, 2 sets of ring tin products, 3 pieces of burial, all of them are burial mounds of burial mounds, manufacturing It is valuable when considering the age, etc.
In particular, not only is it the first to be found in an ancient burial mound in northern Tohoku, but it is also valuable nationally as an example of a 7th century impetus.
The manufacturing age of this tomb is considered to be around the middle of the 7th century, judging from the formal characteristics of the found pottery and the characteristics of the tomb.
As described above, the excavated items from Ueda-Takamori No. 1 are a collection of materials from the burial sites of the old burial mounds, and they are considered to have a very high evaluation in terms of the age and character of the old burial mounds in the northern northeast.