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Pseudonym reading Chinese and English
Specified type Country registration
Type Registered tangible cultural property
Designated date March 27, 2018
Specified details
quantity 1 building
location Kesen-gun Sumida-cho Kami-Ashi-ji Temple Range
owner Sumita
Holding group
Management organization
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It is an elementary school building in the early Showa era, of construction in 1955.
It is a two-story wooden structure, and it is iron-plated only in the front central part with crosspieces. The outer wall is clapboarded, the upper part is a German wall, and it is put together in a Western-style design that emphasizes a pillar type separately. It is a good example of a wooden elementary school school building with a strong symmetrical arrangement with a porch in the center and extending left and right.
As Sumita-cho folklore museum, it becomes place of succession of local culture now.