＜ Wada’s house ＞
I introduce the inside of the architecture with A-frame, the four seasons and the living of the mountain village.
＜ four seasons, this photo are the good will of http://blog.livedoor.jp/nagu0223/ ＞
A: A rice planting in spring. It is reproducing old work.
B: A harvest of rice has finished, so it become a good time to see autumn leaves. We see Hakusan Mountains to the right side back.
C: being buried in snow in winter, people shut themselves up in their house.
D: All villagers must put on a new roof of about two houses with some kind of grass together every year.
I observed the Wada’s house.
This family served as a village mayor at Edo Ｐeriod, and prospered by business of gun smoke.
The gun smoke that is materials of gunpowder was produced by fermenting some kind of grass under a floor.
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