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Yasunami Water Mill Village, Shimanto
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  • Simply just lined up the turbine. As the landscape is no big deal. Compelling historical interest in wireless, too not fun either.
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  • Are = rice because rice is by reaching inside the cabin "pestle" as a power punch up or down, by the hut, turn on the power of water turbine's wheel. Just simply what is useless to just spinning does not say and mill. Looks like shape for the "look" of tourism is scattered across the country, but separately from the original mill of turbine (gagging mizuguruma) and but should give the title.
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  • Rice's Brook was fenced in around small turbine diameter 2 m 6 or so. Previously using the mill field, I suspect that was pumping water to the rice. Water now pumped through turbines was also back to the Creek. What you see on the other without a Miss so far.
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