Looking at thatched roofs in Japan, I feel that they have inherited the heart of Japan.
The reason is that in the old days of Japanese life, wheat was grown in the fields, wheat was harvested, and the rest was used as roofing material or fed to horses.
There was a time when I lived without waste.
I long for such a life.
Nowadays, thatched-roof houses are almost gone, but inns inn Saitama Prefecture still have thatched roofs.
In order to protect the wonderful Japanese culture, the inn people learned to maintain the roof themselves and still maintain the thatched roof.


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