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Old Sakoshi Parlor in Hyogo, Japan
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After being built in the late Edo period (1831-1832), this establishment was used as a tea house for the local lord. This place flourished as a center of salt business, and officers were assigned to this building to monitor the business. The panorama is taken in the first floor of the establishment.

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