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Kitamae Ship's Journey
Ishikawa Kaga Komatsu Yamanaka Mikawa Kanazawa
Togi Monzen Wajima Nanao
Osaka
Hyogo
Tokushima
Kagawa
Okayama
Hiroshima
Yamaguchi
Fukuoka
Shimane
Tottori
Hyogo
Kyoto
Fukui
Ishikawa
Toyama
Niigata
Yamagata
Akita
Aomori
Hokkaido
Kelp Road and Meiji Restoration
Motoyoshi
Minato
Mikawa Town was prospered as a calling port for the Kitamae Ships, and Mikawa Buddhist altars were carried far away to Hokkaido and sold there. Kumada Gentaro, an owner of a Kitamae Ship, established Kuretake Library. He also dedicated an entrance gate of Higashi-Hongan Temple independently.
東本願寺・門  
呉竹文庫
Kuretake Library
●Kuretake Library (146 Yo, Aza Minato-machi Mikawa Town, Ishikawa-gun Phone: 076-278-6252)
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