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Old Soy Sauce Factory -Compression Room-
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兵庫県たつの市にあるうすくち龍野醤油資料館内、圧搾場で撮影したパノラマです。

もろみを圧縮し、醤油を絞り出すための場所で、水圧を利用する機械やおもりに使う石、長い棒のある棒締式圧搾機等が置かれています。

Copyright: Kengo Shimizu
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送信日: 02/11/2012
更新日: 25/04/2014
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