Heda Stone Quarry 戸田石丁場

A large cut stone with the flag and number 2 marking on the end. These large, long stones were often used for the corner stones in stone walls. The kokuin marking was placed on the end so they would be easy to identify when they're lined up for transportation or use on the construction site.
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Heda Stone quarry background. stones with wedge holes
writing that marks the quarry owned by Etchu Hosokawa wedges holes along a partially processed stone.
kokuin of the ord of Hirado, Matsuura wedge holes on an unsplit stone
split stone 3 dango kokuin
ta kokuin wide view of part of the quarry
Matsuura creat marking small kokuin marking
split stone wide view of the quarry
large cut stone split stone with marking
2 large kamon on a split stone square in a square kokuin
Large kokuin marking triangle and lines marking
Writingmarking the quarry belonging to the Nabeshima Writingmarking the quarry belonging to the Nabeshima
large stone with writing for the Nabeshima Writing for Hosokawa's quarry
One large partially cut up stone triangle marking
large area of stones piled up large partially split up stone
stone with wedge holes and a marking mountain range marking
small marking of one horizontal line and 2 vertical long stone with a flag marking on the end
large stone with a marking on the end stone with 2 markings
stone with 2 markings stone leaving
Stone with wedge holes Flag with the number 7 marking
Stone leavings with many wedge holes