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This was a fascinating smaller residence with very friendly 'volunteer' staff. One of them took me outside to show me the cedar bark roof which was covered in stones - one of the very few buildings left with this type of roof. There reconstructions of...More
I really enjoyed visiting this home again because it was used as a set for "Oshin", one of my all time favorite Japanese movie.
This is a "must see" for all who watched "Oshin" in the 80's with worldwide showing that can still be watched...More