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Masaichi Sato, 63, is an archaeologist, researcher and the Curator of the Najomon Museum in Tsunan, Niigata Prefecture. For most of his life he has worked to uncover the secrets of the Jomon, who are commonly considered to be the first organized societies in Japan.

1. How does one become an archaeologist? First you must attend university, but fieldwork is equally important.

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