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1,300-year-old imperial kitchen likely found in Nara

The remains of a huge Kitchen dating to the latter half of the Nara Period (710-784) have apparently been unearthed here. The remains of a well, foreground, unearthed at the former site of the Toin district of the Heijo Imperial Palace, and ruins, background, which were likely part of a large cooking facility, are shown Dec. 21 in Nara [Credit: Gen Hashimoto]The ruins of a massive well and other structures were discovered on the...

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