|Pseudonym reading||Kuroyama's old days|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||October 26, 2007|
|quantity||37,468.8 square meters|
|location||Kufuto village Oji Esashi house|
|owner||Nobechi Hatsuo et al.|
It is a representative of the Heian period highland settlements distributed mainly in the northern part of the prefecture, and it is located at an altitude of about 430 m just below Orikome.
The age of the village is considered to be the period centered on the second half of the 10th century, and the pottery excavated from the excavated burial pit exhibits the same appearance, and approximately 22 burial pits remain It is thought that
Among the defensive settlements in northern northeastern Japan, highland settlements are not particularly known until recently, and they are valuable monuments to know the social situation of the transition period from the ancient times to the Middle Ages of northern Japan.