Black Wall West Colony (Kurokabe no Nishi Shuraku), Nishio

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  • You will take a short walk from the Western port of Japan and black settlements. It is a village wall black painted with coal tar. It lasts longer than you thought we pulled out between the houses in everyday life is. Thin from road and bent so far, atmosphere. Black House newly built look, try our island, and preserve landscapes are understood well.
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  • It's about 20 minutes by boat from Isshiki port. Is a village located in Japan black. Black to protect the House from the sea breeze it is painted. Efforts to save the scenery of the black movement, inviting volunteers CAMA! are that great. Volunteers, as well as areas I think should receive support from Aichi Prefecture.
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  • Black painted on the wall use bottom preservatives protect home villages on the West side of Japan, from sea breeze, coal tar villages and increasingly being referred to as "Black Pearl of the Mikawa Bay". Order striking landscape was painted black on both sides of the narrow houses.
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