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Se | |
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Unit system | metric |
Unit of | area |
Symbol | se |
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1 se in ... | ... is equal to ... |
SI units | 0.9917 cm^{2} |
Imperial/US unit(s) | 0.1537 in^{2} |
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Square mile [mi^{2}] | |
Homestead | |
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Rood | |
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Japanese | Conversion |
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Tsubo | |
Cho | |
Tann | |
Se |
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Metric dunam | |
Cypriot dunam | |
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Shakkan-hō is the traditional Japanese system of measurement. The name shakkan-hō originates from the name of two of the units, the shaku, a unit of length, and the kan, a mass measurement.
The tsubo, which is essentially the area of two standard sized tatami mats (tatami have an aspect ratio of 2:1, so two side by side form a square), is still commonly used in discussing land pricing in Japan. Note that actual tatami vary in size regionally, though legally the area of a tsubo is standardized. The larger units are also commonly used by Japanese farmers for discussing the sizes of fields.
One se is equal to 0.1 tann.
This article uses material from the Wikipedia article "Japanese units of measurement", which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.