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

地面に埋め込まれた樽から察するところ、この小屋は「納屋」というよりは保存食や味噌、醤油などを作っていたのではと想像するのだが、確認はしていない。

此処にも農機具等が置かれているが、本来の小屋の用途ではないと思う。

Copyright: Bibouroku Tabito
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Taken: 17/06/2013
Uploaded: 21/06/2013
Updated: 12/05/2014
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Tags: japan; shizuoka; kakegawa
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