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The roof was made of wood and covered with 1.8mm thick lead tiles. There are different theories as to why lead was used: either to reduce the weight on the roof or for aesthetic purposes. Some refer to the abundance of lead in Kaga Domain, while others believe that lead could be melted down in times of war to produce bullets.
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NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D750
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