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岩崎家クラブハウス跡の暖炉
Japan

There was a club-house of Mr. Koyata Iwasaki (1879-1945, who is the last president of the Unified Mitsubishi company) in this place. He occasionally came here and enjoyed playing golf and hunting. The club-house was lost, but we can imagine the old house if we stand in front of the fireplace.

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