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Specified type Prefecture designation
Type Archaeological Material
Designated date September 1, 1995
Specified details
quantity 1 case 2 points
location Ichinohe Town Board of Education
owner Ichinohe
Holding group
Management organization
home page Ichinohe Town (visiting cultural assets in Ichinohe Town)
Gosho No Jomon Park (Introduction of designated cultural assets in Ichinohe town)
Iwate Prefectural Museum (Ma)


It was discovered from the floor of a pithole-like building trace (remaining sign SI31) detected by an excavation survey of an unknown curved ring attached to a so-called Shinmeikan on the remains of Ichitobe Castle by the Ichinohe Town Board of Education in November 1986. .

It is very important that the two horse marks excavated this time were detected as a set from the same point in the ruins and with a very good preservation state.
In addition, there is no fact that a fact of the medieval horse mark has been found or handed down in relation to horses produced in the Isobe area.

This document is a testimony that can confirm the end of the medieval horse race history in the landward country in a concrete manner, and its significance as an important archeological material is extremely large.

(Part 1 of the first tangible cultural property designation standard archeological material)