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Matsuzaki Edo Period Doors, A striking feature of Matsuzaki is its namako-kabe walls - a crisscross plasterwork design in gray and white used to decorate walls. The appealing harlequin patterns also fortify buildings against the typhoons that lash the peninsula from its two coasts.
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Matsuzaki Edo Period Doors, A striking feature of Matsuzaki is its namako-kabe walls - a crisscross plasterwork design in gray and white used to decorate walls. The appealing harlequin patterns also fortify buildings against the typhoons that lash the peninsula from its two coasts.