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Experience the good old days of early Showa at Ryokusui-an

Shonan Area 4h45m

Ryokusui-an is an old Japanese house which had been built in the early Showa period and was later moved to the current location in Hadano city. The house has an unique structure inside, with four small square rooms get together shoulder to shoulder and comprise one large square room, which resembles a Chinese character 田. This architectural style was commonly used for tobacco farmers' houses at the time. With farming tools and housewares displayed on the dirt floor, you can learn how farmers lived their lives in the early Showa period.

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Ryokusuian

This old residential house built during early Showa era were moved to the Minoge area of Hanado city and reconstructed in 1991. The structure of this house follows the typical building style seen in tobacco farmer houses, with four rooms squarely arranged. Some farm tools and daily necessities are exhibited on the floor; they are essential to knowing what life was like for farmers back then. Yo...

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