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2nd floor of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
Japan

この場所は二つの階段が交わる場所。

「みせの間」からの階段は宿泊客が使用したものだろう。
「みせおく」からの階段は宿の者が食事を運んだりするのに使ったものだろう。
どちらの階段も勾配が急で、現代の私たちには使い難く危ないのだが、昔はこれが標準。
急勾配の為、この位置から階段自体は写らない。
この階段を、食事を両手に持った女中さんが勢いよく登っていく姿を想像する。
屋根裏からの短い階段は、展示スペースとこの場所をつなぐために作られたもので、本来はなかったものと思われる。

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Uploaded: 09/10/2013
Updated: 12/05/2014
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Tags: japan; shizuoka; fujieda; okabe; inn; cultural property
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