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2. Jin'yaNot to be confused with the word jinja, which denotes a Shinto shrine. During the Edo period of Japanese history, a jin'ya was the administrative headquarters of a small domain or parcel of land held by the Tokugawa shogunate, as well as the residence of the head of the administration, and the associated grain storehouse. While larger domains had castles, certain smaller domains did not, and the jin'ya, much smaller than a castle, housed the administration.
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