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1st floor,"BUTUMA"( Living room,family room space for KASHIBAYA residence )
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入口より向かって左奥にある二つの部屋、「みせおく」と「仏間」は柏屋の家族の生活空間で、現在は当時の生活の様子をうかがわせる品物が展示されている。

柏屋は旅籠の他に質屋も経営しており、「仏間」にある箪笥の中に展示されている「櫛・かんざし」などは「質流れ」の品物らしい。

『岡部宿大旅籠 柏屋』ボランティアガイド HP  http://kasibaya.web.fc2.com/

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