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01/10/2018

About administrative districts "Koku-fu" in the 8th century

In those days, the whole country was divided into about 60 Koku.
 
The central city in each Koku was called the Koku-fu, where many buildings for politics, ceremonies, offices and officer’s houses were built.
 
Each Koku-fu became a political and economic center in the region.
 
In addition, in the middle of the 8th century, Kokubunji-temple which was a branch of Todaiji-temple was built near each Koku-fu, and then it became a cultural center as well.

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