The hunter-gatherers of the period Jomon (13,680-410 BC) were not agricultural farmers. They were semi-nomadic, they would have lived in one of three main eco-systems: the inland mountain forests and around the freshwater lakes; or they would migrate seasonally between the forest and river estuaries; or between the Pacific beaches and rocky bluffs and the wooded highlands around the coast.
Imagine you are now one of these prehistoric hunter-gatherers.
It is early spring, your tribe’s food stores are running out, you leave your mountain homes to forage at the nearest estuary or seashore campsite.
What are you hoping to gather? … See my Tabblo>