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‘Remains of Sakura Teahouse

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Remains of Sakura Teahouse
The flat area with a stone wall is all that remains of Sakura Teahouse, which was named after a large cherry tree that once stood here. In the ancient document "Kumano Meguri" it says, "Sakura Teahouse is located here, and in the mountains there is a lovely house where travelers can stay." The teahouse was here until the end of the Meiji period.

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