Lantern slide depicting Miyanoshita and Dogashima viewed from Mukoyama. During the Edo period, there were Naraya, Edoya, Maruya, Yamatoya, and Ohmiya Inns in Dogashima. The two-storey building on the left is Yamatoya, the red tower is Yakushi-do (a Buddhist temple hall housing a statue of Yakushi). The waterfall in the centre is Shirabeno-taki. Godan Ryokan Inn stands above the falls. The white western building on the hill is the Naraya Hotel and the Fujiuya Hotel is to its left. This photo was taken after the completion of the main buildings in 1891 after the big fire in 1883.
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