Yatsuo culture 八尾の伝統

Yatsuo culture

LEFT:Yatsuo culture thrived due to the silk industry. Silkworm eggs are of of particularly high quality. Its market share was once a quarter of the total domestic production. Yatsuo washi Japanese paper (used for egg laying), was also used as a wrapper for medicine and spread throughout Japan, leading to its development. RIGTH:Oonagatani is the southernmost area of Yatsuo. It was once a hub where silkworm eggs would be shipped throughout Japan. Only eighty people live in this village town now, but its opulent nature is breathtaking.

LEFT:Yatsuo culture thrived due to the silk industry. Silkworm eggs are of of particularly high quality. Its market share was once a quarter of the total domestic production. Yatsuo washi Japanese paper (used for egg laying), was also used as a wrapper for medicine and spread throughout Japan, leading to its development. RIGTH:Oonagatani is the southernmost area of Yatsuo. It was once a hub where silkworm eggs would be shipped throughout Japan. Only eighty people live in this village town now, but its opulent nature is breathtaking.

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