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Okhotsk culture is an archeological coastal fishing and
hunter-gatherer culture of the lands surrounding the Sea of Okhotsk
(600-1000 CE in Hokkaido, -1500 or 1600 CE in the Kurils): the Amur
River basin, Sakhalin, northern Hokkaido, the Kuril Islands, and
Kamchatka. It appears to have spread outwards from the Amur River
region, only to be partially absorbed or pushed back by the
Satsumon culture spreading north from Japan, but surviving for
example in the Nivkh of Sakhalin and the Amur and in Itelmen of
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