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Kan-na-machi town office, Nakazato branch (outside)
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It has never been used as a public office though it was planned as a Nakazato-mura village office.

Because the Nakazato-mura amalgamated with the Manba-machi town.

The first floor is a books corner.
The shelf is used up to impossible height.
4F planned as a public office office is a fitness gym.

It was built together with the gym it.

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Copyright: Hiroky ogawa
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Resolution: 9500x4750
上传: 21/11/2010
更新: 11/03/2012
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