Nakae Jungoro House is one of the public Omi merchant residences in the townscape of Gokashokondo, which has been selected as an important traditional buildings and gardens preservation district of the country. This pond garden has large stepping stones. The village was formed by prosperous Omi merchants from the late Edo period to the Meiji, Taisho, and early Showa eras remains in the center, and the surrounding area is traditional. Along with the shrines and temples and rice fields distributed inside and outside the village, it conveys an historical landscape.
- JOHN LANDER
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