|Pseudonym reading||The whole house of Sawa|
|Specified type||Country designation|
|Type||Important tangible folk cultural property|
|Designated date||March 29, 1964|
|location||Nishiwaga-cho Sawauchi Ota|
It's a shape-opened wooden house.
5.48 m in length.
Width (maximum) 70 cm.
Depth 35 cm.
The Wakagawa River which flows north and south in Nishiwakamachi Sawa is inundated, and the revetment construction has been repeated several times since the Shosei period, and there is a tradition that it was used to carry stones during this construction, but it is old It has also been reported that the same type of round kibane was used as a porthole in the same region.
It is extremely rare as a typical thing of the river full-scale kibune that is left in Japan, and in the case of a cedar monolith, it is valuable because it can be said to be the most primitive round (German) xylophone.