Okushinden Hall

Okushinden Hall
The Okushinden Hall was built in the beginning of Edo period. The rooms are arranged just as a Chinese character ''. The main room is equipped with an extra space for reading (called shoin doko), shelves (called shoin dana), and a groove in the alcove commonly called musha gaeshi. Especially the alcove shelves, well known as its name "Daigo dana", have an engraving which became called 'enshu gonomi in the Edo period.

Okushinden Hall
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