- 東海大学紀要. 文学部 (ISSN:05636760)
- vol.86, pp.45-56, 2006
Kakae-Yashiki is the residence which a samurai purchased from a farmer. Hirosaki Han owned Kakae-Yashiki in Yanagishima village and Kameido village, and paid a tax (Nengu) to both villages. When Hirosaki Han was asked for a transfer of Kakae-Yashiki in October 1869 by the Reclamation Office, Hirosaki Han planned to transfer it with a higher amount of money, but Yanagishima village and Kameido village showed anxiety about nonpayment of tax and objected to transfer it. The transfer was not realized after all. On the other hand, Kakae-Yashiki which Nagoya Han owned in Akasaka Tokyo was transferred to the Army. The reason that a transfer realized is because there was this residence in a tax-free place.