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Funaya at Ine Bay
230 boat houses facing the Sea of Japan stands in a row on the waters of Ine bay. On the first level of these traditional buildings, there are garages for boats, storage rooms and work rooms where the people use to get ready for fishing, repair their fishing gears, dry fishes, and store agricultural produces. On the second level is the living area and guesthouses. The boat houses started appearing in the middle of the Edo period. It is the first fishing village to be selected, under the name of Ineura, as an Important Preservation Districts for Groups of Traditional Buildings by the country. The 1993 NHK Asadora, Eenyobo, is also set in this fishing village.
Hirata, Ine, Yosa, Kyoto
The 1993 NHK Asadora, Eenyobo, is set in this fishing village.
1 hour by bus from Amanohashidate Station on Kitakinki Tango Railway to Ine. It is a 1-minute walk from there.
40 minutes from Miyazu-Amanohashidate IC on the Tottori-Toyooka-Miyazuji Expressway.
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