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Living Room of an 18th Century Japanese Residence
Japan

佐野邸は江戸時代中期に建てられた庄屋風の日本家屋で、佐野家が所有していました。

その日本家屋の居間で撮影したパノラマです。

この居間を含めて8畳の部屋が4つ、6畳の部屋が2つあり、さらに土間と釜屋があります。

敷地内には、この主屋の他に長屋門、土蔵もあります。

Copyright: Kengo Shimizu
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Taken: 27/04/2013
送信日: 05/06/2011
更新日: 25/04/2014
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