Meguro delicious ramen special feature 1

Meguro City Run will be held tomorrow. It was completely cold, and warm food became a delicious season. That's why this time is a ramen special! There are many popular ramen shops in Meguro. Hundred noodles The first store is Hyakumen Nakameguro . I recommend Negira Ramen. This leek ramen is a delicious combination of spicy leek, pork bone soup and fine noodles. Of course, you can also choose thick noodles. Order with thick noodles, then add extra thin noodles and enjoy them twice. Please come after the marathon! Sunada The second store is Tonkotsu noodle sand field . Carefully made pork bone soy soup has a mild and gentle […]

Origami Piercing

#A paper crane to wear

All handmade Japanese ancient cuteness I went to a Japanese miscellaneous goods shop “Asobiya” at the Tokyo Challenge Shop “Sonomi” in Jiyugaoka! “So-no-mi” is a limited-time challenge shop that is run by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Small and Medium Business Corporation to support independent opening of women and young people. "Asomiya" is lined up with a number of paper cranes, all handmade by owner Tanizaki. Ms. Tanizaki's gentle personality was also felt from the work. The popular paper crane headband can be used as a hair clip by removing the headband part. The crane materials are smooth, hemp, and crepe, and the texture changes depending on the season, […]

Kansenji (Meguro Fudo) Gansu Festival

Yusenji Meguro Fudoson is the oldest Fudo sacred ground in the Kanto region. The principal is Fudo Myoo. It is one of the five color immovables and one of Japan's three major immovables. Benefits include good luck, fulfillment of various applications, and marriage. Yusenji Temple It is also one of the prayer bills of Edo 33 Kannon, and there is a matchmaking Aizen Myoo and Ebisu from around Yamanote Shichifukujin . Every year on October 28th, the “Kansho Festival” is a festival that celebrates Kunyo Aoki, an orchid scholar who has grown sweet potato cultivation. It is held on this day, with the closing date of October 12th and 28th […]

#Kabuki and #Meguro 4-#Yaoya‐#Oshichi and #Daienji Nenbutsudo-

In Meguro, there is a place closely related to the incident that became the subject of Kabuki. This time, it is a story related to “Yaoya-Oshichi”. The commonality of the tragic love story, commonly known as “Yaoya-Oshichi”, is that “Ochi is burnt out by fire and evacuates to the temple. (Kichiza)), and I want to meet my lover. ■ The original story of the Seven Story “The Love Story of Five Women” Kabuki’s performance “Shochikubai Yunoshima Kakehaku” is a novel written by Ihara Nishikaku, “The Five-Women”. N-Onna ”is the original form. “Konshoku-Gonin-Onna” describes the love story of five women. The novel was published in 1686, three years after the death […]

Meguro Beer Factory (The Yebisu Beer Story)

In Meguro, there was #Sapporo Brewery's #Beer Factory, famous for #Ebisu Beer. This is a story about Ebisu Beer. 始 ま り ️ The beginning of the beer industry In 1887 (Meiji 20) when electricity was first lit in Tokyo, Jiro Katsura was founded and founded a Japanese barley brewing company. In an era of rapid adoption of European and American technologies and cultures, beer began to circulate throughout Tokyo, and beer companies were established throughout Japan. One of them was a Japanese barley brewing company, which called for a manufacturing factory in one of the six villages in the Meguro area, Oshima in Mita village. ■ Introducing German technology, […]

Meguro no Sanma

This time, the theme is the famous rakugo "Meguro no Sanma". During the Edo period, Meguro was a scenic tourist destination, with Mt. Fuji in the distance. In addition, there is "Edo no Santomi", Meguro Fudo, which is now selling lottery tickets, and it seems to have been very busy. When it comes to the age of the 8th Shogun Tokugawa Yoshimune, Meguro seems to have been popular with Tokugawa Shogun and Daimyo in the field (the place where you can go hunting) compared to Kasai, Iwabuchi, Toda, Nakano and Shinagawa. You can see the scenery of Meguro in the Edo period in "Komabano", "JijigaChaya", "Chiyogaike", and "Meguro Fudo no […]