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이네의 후나야는 에도시대 초기(17세기 초기)에 세워져 지금까지 남아 있는 전통 건축물이다. 1층에는 배를 들여 놓고 사람들은 2층에서 생활하는 독특한 건물로, 이네 만 주변에 약 230채 정도가 줄지어 있다. 카페와 레스토랑, 후나야를 개조한 숙소 등도 있다. 이네 만에서는 수상택시와 관광선도 운행되고 있는데 후나야가 줄지어 서 있는 이네 만을 약 30분 동안 둘러볼 수 있다. 이네 지역에서는 어부와 함께 낚시를 즐기거나 해변을 자전거로 달려 볼 수 있고 여름에는 씨카약 체험도 가능하다.


출처 : JNTO

Ine Funaya

Surrounding the coast of Ine Bay, there are about 230 boat houses, called “Funaya” in Japanese. The funayas were originally constructed to lift fishermen’s wooden boats from the sea in order to protect them from rain, insects, and rot. The first floor was used to house a fisherman’s boat, and the second floor was for storing fisherman’s gear such a nets made from hemp. Previously, the second floor of the funayas were not as sturdy as they are now, as the floor was made up of simple wooden boards. Nowadays, almost all boats are made from fiber reinforced plastics and are much bigger than traditional wooden boats, so local people moor their boats in front of the funayas rather than inside of them. However, some residents of Ine also have smaller boats for fishing, so you can still see these smaller boats being stored inside the funaya. The bottom floor of funayas can also be used to cook, hang fish or squid to dry, hang laundry, or simply enjoy the ocean life swimming just below.

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Source : Ine Tourist Information

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