Jingore is an important source of rice in the area. In the past, its fertile paddies provided enough rice to feed 1500 soldiers each year. This has ensured that Lord Ota Ekaido enjoys his daimyo's favor, and each year the village bustles with feasts and celebrations.

Jingore contains most of Mimura's houses. The village is over 80% heimin, and most of the peasant farmers live in Jingore along with the poorer peddlers and merchants. These homes are much smaller than those of the samurai, have fewer luxuries, and house families as large as 15 persons.

In the aftermath of the Clan War, Jingore finds itself with a few ruined fields and not enough farmers to harvest.













J1 – Home of Agachi the Monk

J2 – Home of Kuteri, headman of Jingore

J3 – Peasant home

J4 – Rice and Barley Storage

J5 – J7 Peasant home

J8 – Low quality teahouse, Children of Amaterasu

J9 – Peasant home

J10 – Peasant and ronin inn and sakehouse, The Silver Okasan

J11 – Peasant home

J12 – Comfortable Traveler Inn

J13 – Abandoned Teahouse

J14 – J15 Peasant homes

J16 – Abandoned teahouse

J17 – Peasant home

J18 – Yoriki Station

J19 – Livestock Pens

J20 – J24 Peasant home

J25 – Rice Storage and other warehouses

J26 – Peasant home

J27 – Yutaro the Herbalist

J28 – Wujike the Painter

J29 – Warehouse

J30 – J33 Peasant homes

J34 – Abandoned home

J35 – Eta Hovel

J36 – Storage Shed


L5R: Chronicles of the Ota chakuva chakuva