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- Mimasaka in Okayama is blessed with beautiful nature and clear streams. The Tago Honke Sake Brewery has built a 350-year tradition in Narara, Tsuyama City. The name "Kamo Itsuha" comes from the five-leaf pine trees and the Kamo River, a clear stream that flows nearby. In the Edo period, Naramura was a strategic location for land and river transportation, with a well-developed river port, and was the terminus for the Takase-bune, which transported goods from the Yoshii-gawa River basin to Naramura, a rice distribution center. The village was the terminus for Takase boats that transported goods along the Yoshii-gawa River, and was a distribution center for rice. The village's past can be seen in the nighttime lights, which have been selected as one of Tsuyama's 100 scenic spots, and the Takase boats moored on the river below them.
- Emi Tago
- 69 Naramachi, Tsuyama City, Okayama PrefectureGoogleマップで開く