The Heimin Residences of Toshi no Naishou spread for longer both inland and along the Itochu River, home to craftsmen, fishermen, and farmers. The quality of their carpenters' work had helped ensure Naishou province's continued prosperity. Blacksmiths manufactured samurai weapons and armor, and also tools and utensils needed by the common folk. The farmer neighborhoods were home to the city's distilleries, close to the rice and grain fields, and guarded by doshin and ronin. They produced a light, sweet-tasting sake. As the city had no external walls, the peasantry was the first line of defense should the city ever be attacked. [1]


  1. Naishou Province, p. 11

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