SpotRice Production and farmaers' wealth - in the old days

Wealthy farmers are called "gono" in Japanese and are known for renting out their fields to other (tenant) farmers. Over the centuries, there have been many gono in Niigata and remaining structures owned by these landlords remind modern Japanese of the prosperity they enjoyed in the old days.

Rice Production and farmaers' wealth - in the old days


4-1, Shinko cho, Chuo ku, Niigata city, Niigata





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