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Shed of Kamo-so Residence Ⅰ
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加茂花菖蒲園内にある加茂荘(庄屋屋敷)の一部。

題名では「納屋」としたが、実際にはどのような用途の建物だったのかは確認していない。

作業場か「厩」の可能性もある。

天井の太い梁は、古い家屋においては常に印象深いものの一つだ。

片隅には農機具や機織り道具などが置かれている。

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Uploaded: 21/06/2013
Updated: 12/05/2014
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