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A guest room in the village of Hachi-Ishi (which is known today as the city of Nikkō). Book digitized by Google Books, minor retouching (contrast, b&w, levels) done by Ellomate.

Source Peabody Academy of Science Memoirs - Vol. II. "Japanese Homes and Their Surroundings" by Edward S. Morse, director of the academy.
Author Edward S. Morse
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Edward S. Morse () Japanese Homes and Their Surroundings, Peabody Academy of Science Memoirs - Vol. II., Peabody Museum of Salem, p. 109 OCLC: 679308911.


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