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2nd floor,the second room of "Great Inn KASHIBAYA"
Japan

下級の武士および庶民は二階の二つの部屋に通される。

混雑時には相部屋となる。
部屋の作りは質素で、畳も縁がない。

しかし、『柏屋』は岡部宿の中では比較的上等な宿だったから、このような質素な部屋でも泊まることのできる庶民は比較的裕福な人たちだったようだ。

『岡部宿大旅籠 柏屋』ボランティアガイド HP  http://kasibaya.web.fc2.com/

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Uploaded: 09/10/2013
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