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Photographer's Note

This is a restaurant in a garden in the center of Tokyo. The surroundings are surrounded by many green trees. This restaurant adjoins the back gate of a garden named "chinzan-so" at the former site which Aritomo Yamagata who is a veteran statesman of Meiji era purchased in 1878, and he was using as his own mansion. There is a yellow curtain in an entrance and it is covered with the corridor of the thin stone pavement following a dining room. The lamp was placed at the fixed interval by the wall of one side, and harmonized with it well with wooden ceilings and a lattice. Although I have not had a meal here, it is a restaurant which truly seems to be high-class from structure of a building. Kyoto may be sufficient as the restaurant of such a structure, and it sees it.
A style of building is the design and appearance common to a traditional high Japanese restaurant of social status.

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