|Name of film commission||Miki Film Commission|
|Location||2-2-17, Hon-machi, Miki, Hyogo, Japan|
|Weather photographed||Clouded sky|
|Description||Two wings of the main building and a storage built in 1826 are remained. At that time, the place was opened as an exchanger to exchange gold and silver to " Kittefuda" (kind of money bills). The house is located in the site which used to be strategically important to travel to Arima, Himeji, and Akashi. In 2002, it was listed among the nation's registered tangible cultural properties (building).|
|Era of location (facility)||Before the Meiji era|
|Contact||2-1-18, Hon-machi, Miki, Hyogo
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