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A wine cellar and fire watchtower (A rice wine cellar of Fukunishiki Co., Ltd.)
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The wine cellar which is built along the Zenbou-gawa river, southwestern of Kasai-shi, Hyogo. The place to eat providing a dish in accord with rice wine is provided along in the site. In addition, there is the gallery area where the exhibition of a picture and the industrial art object is held in the building same as a place to eat.

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