The oldest concrete silo in JapanYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Construction date : early 1900’s
Iwase Farm: Japan’s first state-run farm that implemented Western European style dairy farming. It began when the first land development office of the Imperial Household Agency was established under the instructions of Emperor Meiji in 1880 and the surrounding bare field was cultivated as the land of the imperial family. In 1907, 13 Holstein cows and other agricultural equipment were imported from the Netherlands. A bell was sent as a symbol of friendship between Japan and the Netherlands. Currently, it has been privatized and is loved by many as an agritourism destination.
3D digitizing methods : Photogrammetry
Software : Reality Capture
Equipment : Nikon D750,NIKKOR 16-35mm f/4G,Sony RX100M2,Bi Rod 4500
Images : 350 photos
Date : Nov. 2019
Address : Kagamiishi-town, Fukushima-prefecture.Japan.
GoogleMap : https://goo.gl/maps/sFviVCCN78BPb2LRA