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イメージ:Okunoma
Okunoma
Okunoma
Okunoma means, “interior room”, or “room at the heart”. This room features many details typical of traditional samurai residences, such as high ceilings and decorative wooden panels above rice-paper doors. Relax while enjoying the chirping of birds, and the two small gardens that surround the room.
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イメージ:Chashitsu
Chashitsu
Chashitsu
Rooms used for tea ceremonies are called chashitsu. Although usually located on the ground floor, ancestry of Abeke created their own chashitsu in this upstairs room. The patchwork-like window features varied panes of historic Japanese glass. Beyond Akebe’s roof, a small temple, Myoukendo, can be seen. The tranquil scenery makes this a perfect place to unwind.
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イメージ:Youma
Youma
Youma
The bedroom is called a youma, or “Western-style room.” Renovated from an old warehouse, the room features thick, mud walls and a huge, rough-hewn wooden support beam. This quiet room is a great place to relax.
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