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1@A well supplying drinking water. It may be deep or narrow, depending on the depth of the water table. The shaft is often lined with timber siding or stone, and the bottom paved with pebbles. In some areas, notably the Aizu ‰ï’à area of Fukushima prefecture, the term ido is applied to a stream used as a source of drinking water.
Shuuentei ãډ“’à (Hyougo)
Shuuentei ãډ“’à (Hyougo)
*kuruma -ido ŽÔˆäŒË

Nagatomi ‰i•x house (Hyougo)


Nagatomi ‰i•x house (Hyougo)

2@In parts of Shiga prefecture, a large communal tub for drinking water. Several tubs were placed at convenient points in a village and fed with clean water through bamboo pipes. The tubs were about 1.5m high and 4.5m in circumference.

3@In the *Yoshino ‹g–ì area of Nara, a term for a tub used as a store for water and filled from a valley stream.
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