Village Rice Barn
£17.00
Village Rice Barn
Shogunate Japan was divided into ‘Han’ (feudal domains) these domains were ‘Daimyoden’ (large private land territories) from which a feudal lord got his title, ‘Daimyo’ and his income. This is a lowland (Bei no Naya) rice barn, all ‘Mura’ (villages)...
£17.00
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Village Elder's House
£42.00
Village Elder's House
Shogunate Japan was divided into ‘Han’ (feudal domains) within these were the ‘Daimyoden’ (large, private realms of mighty feudal lords known as ‘Daimyo’). Castles/towns were governed by the commanders of a Daimyo’s ‘Buke-Jo’ (garrison). Villages were governed from within the...
£42.00
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Peasant Farmer's Cottage
£29.00
Peasant Farmer's Cottage
This is a lowland home to a Honbyakushō (literally-First Farmer) family. This lowland Minka (vernacular built) dwelling is made from Kyoro-Gumi wooden post-framing, with both partial plastered bamboo panels and timber boarded panels. Internally there is the lower 'Doma' of...
£29.00
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Village Wooden Fencing
£17.00
Village Wooden Fencing
During the shogunate period rice was grown in every ‘Mura’ (village), in open wet fields called ‘Ta’, though almost all the rice harvested went towards paying the village tax burden. For themselves villagers grew beans along the edges of the...
£17.00
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