There is a house of Waju in the park.
They have a Mizuya, which is a house as a shelter if they had a flood.
They lived in a Mizuya until water would be gone.
A Farmer who had such a gate must have been a landlord.
This is a Mizuya, built at a higher place.
This is a main house where they live in usual.
Entrance of a Mizuya
A room in a Mizuya
The stuff at a Mizuya
A suikinkutsu (水琴窟, suikinkutsu? literally "water koto cave") is a type of Japanese garden ornament and music device. It consists of an upside down buried pot with a hole at the top. Water drips through the hole at the top onto a small pool of water inside of the pot, creating a pleasant splashing sound that rings inside of the pot similar to a bell or a Japanese zither called koto. It is usually built next to a traditional Japanese stone basin called chozubachi, part of a tsukubai for washing hands before the Japanese tea ceremony.
A spinning wheel
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