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Posted by worldkigo at 00:00

November 16, 2010

Saijiki List




.. .. .. .. .. Regional Kigo Lists and Saijiki


WKD : Alaska Saijiki
WKD : Australian Saijiki
WKD : Canada Saijiki
WKD : Chesapeake Bay Saijiki
WKD : Europa Saijiki
WKD : German Saijiki
WKD : Ghana Saijiki
WKD : Hawaii Saijiki
WKD : India Saijiki
WKD : Ireland Saijiki
WKD : . . . ISSA and the Seasons
WKD : Kenya and Tropical Saijiki
WKD : New England Saijiki
WKD : North American Saijiki Projects
WKD : Romanian Saijiki
WKD : Philippines Saijiki
WKD : Sonoran Saijiki, USA
WKD : South American Saijiki
WKD : Southern Hemisphere, below the Southern Cross
WKD: Trinidad and Tobago Saijiki
WKD: Turkey Saijiki
WKD : Yemen Saijiki

List of Season Words, from The SHIKI Haiku Salon


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.. .. .. .. Seasonal SAIJIKI including all categories


. . . . SPRING
the complete SAIJIKI


. . . . SUMMER
the complete SAIJIKI


. . . . AUTUMN
the complete SAIJIKI


. . . . WINTER
the complete SAIJIKI


. . . . NEW YEAR
the complete SAIJIKI



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KIGO CATEGORY : SEASON


. SEASON SAIJIKI
Start from HERE
 
for SPRING / SUMMER / AUTUMN / WINTER


. . . Deities of the Four Seasons


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KIGO CATEGORY : HEAVEN


. HEAVEN SAIJIKI
Introduction and ABC list
 



. HEAVEN in SPRING - SAIJIKI

. HEAVEN in SUMMER - SAIJIKI

. HEAVEN in AUTUMN - SAIJIKI

. HEAVEN in WINTER - SAIJIKI

. HEAVEN in the NEW YEAR - SAIJIKI



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KIGO CATEGORY : EARTH


. EARTH SAIJIKI
Introduction and ABC list
 


. EARTH in Spring ... SAIJIKI

. EARTH in Summer ... SAIJIKI   

. EARTH in Autumn ... SAIJIKI  

. EARTH in Winter ... SAIJIKI  

. EARTH in the New Year ... SAIJIKI   



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KIGO CATEGORY : OBSERVANCE

Ceremonies and Festivals Saijiki
Buddhist, Shinto and other Japanese Events Saijiki



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KIGO CATEGORY : HUMANITY

Humanity and Daily Life ... kigo for all seasons


Memorial Days of Famous People, Celebrities .....
WORLDWIDE SAIJIKI


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KIGO CATEGORY : ANIMALS and PLANTS



. . . . . . see the ABC index  


Bird Saijiki


Fish and Seafood Saijiki 魚歳時記 Sakana Saijiki


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. Plants in Spring

. Plants in Summer

. Plants in Autumn

. Plants in Winter

. Plants in the New Year


Vegetable Saijiki 野菜歳時記 Yasai Saijiki


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.. .. .. .. Saijiki about special topics

Placenames PLACE NAMES used in Haiku Japan and Worldwide
Ortsnamen, utamakura

Sweets Saijiki 和菓子歳時記 Wagashi Saijiki

Tea Ceremony Saijiki 茶道の歳時記 


WASHOKU ... Japanese Food Saijiki





. . . History of Japanese Saijiki  


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Posted by worldkigo at 16:25Haiku 俳句

July 09, 2010

Newsletter July 2010

http://worldkigo2005.blogspot.com/


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Fine weather, fine day (hare, -biyori) in all seasons Japan

The MOON in AUTUMN Japan. All related kigo. A culture walk.

Beanie cap Kenya

Earth in Winter : SAIJIKI

Drying up of rivers, wells and other water (karu) Japan

. JUNE

Arukigami, the God of Wandering with Basho and Issa

. Earth in Autumn SAIJIKI

Visiting (mimai) oblgatory visits during all seasons Japan

Barrel organ Romania

Candles changing (roosoku kae) Japan

Date Masamune (1567 - 1636)

Karuizawa (Karuisawa shuku) and Usui Pass Japan

Higuchi Ichiyo (Ichiyoo) 1872 - 1896

Swamp, marshland, marsh (numa, zawa) Japan

Shearing sheep and goats, shearing time (senmooki) Japan

Gerbera (gaabera) Japan, UK

Rain in summer (natsu no ame) Japan. a KIGO list

Benten, Benzaiten and the lottery at Minoo Japan

Market on the Day of the Rooster (tori no ichi) "Rooster Market". Japan. Tori no Ichi Fair, Kumade bamboo rakes and O-Kame masks

Wind in summer (natsukaze) Japan. A LONG kigo list.

Frost in summer (natsu no shimo) Japan

School life in summer, summer holidays (natsuyasumi) Japan

Presents (seibo, chuugen) in all seasons Japan

Disease and illness in summer
summer cold, heat stroke, prickley heat, diarrhoea, loosing weight in summer, dysentery, cholera, beriberi, malaria, athlete's foot, typhus, sunstroke... KIGO list

Night stories (yobanashi) and diorama toys (tatebanko) Japan

Entertainment in summer Japan. night stalls, street singers and more

Ghost stories (hyaku monogatari) to keep cool Japan

Beer (biiru) Japan. Bier

Mountain climbing (tozan) Japan. Summer ski and more

Enjoy a cool evening breeze (suzumi) Japan. riverbed veranda (kawayuka) and more cool things to enjoy in summer.

Ballet (baree) Japan

Summering (hisho) Japan. a KIGO list. Sommerfrische

Cockatoo Australia. Kakadu, Parrot.

Visit after water damage (mizu mimai) Japan

bonfire to kill insects (mushi kagari) Japan. more KIGO to ward off insects in summer

Bamboo planting (take uu) Japan. an old Chinese custom

Fruit packed in paper bags (fukurokake) Japan

Matsuo Basho and the bell at the bottom of the sea

Indigo (ai) Japan . Polygonum tinctorum. Indigofera

Seaweed harvest in summer Japan. konbu, mo, funori, agar-agar and many more

Peppermint (hakka) Japan

Thunderheads, lightning and rumbling thunder Yemen

Rock (iwa) and stones Japan

Hemp, flax (asa, ooasa, taima) Japan

harvesting rapeseed (natane karu) Japan

Indigo (ai) Japan

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Posted by worldkigo at 11:12Japanese Culture

August 28, 2009

Latest Additions 2009

http://worldkigo2005.blogspot.com/2006/12/latest-additions.html

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Hooroku Jizo with an earthen pot on his head and Mibu Kyogen. Horoku roasting pot

Helipterum roseum (hanakanzashi) Japan. Pink and White Everlasting
and hairpin (kanzashi)

Aphid, plant louse (aburamushi, arimaki) Japan

Tobacco plant (tobakko) Japan. Nicotiana tabacum. Tabakpflanze

Horsetail fern, scouring rush (tokusa) Japan. Equisetum hyemale

Gentian, Japanese green gentian (senburi, tooyaku) Japan. Swertia japonica

Water chestnut (hishi) Japan. Trapa japonica

Autumn and farmers work a KIGO LIST

Autumn : Hunting and Fishing a KIGO LIST

Autumn in your home ... ... KIGO LIST

Alliteration and Haiku too-in 頭韻

Zenringai Temple District in Hirosaki Japan

Fudo Waterfalls (taki Fudo) Japan

Doodlebug, ant lion (arijigoku, ari jigoku) Japan

Doora curtain (noren) Japan. Ladenvorhang

Fronleichnam, Fronleichnamszug (Corpus Christi) Germany

shimotsukare, a dish from Tochigi prefecture

Fragrance bag, sache (nioibukuro) Japan. Duftbeutel

Stamp, stamps, postage stamps (kitte, yuubin kitte) Japan

Sake no Hosomichi 酒のほそ道 "The Narrow Road of Ricewine"
Manga about food, with haiku, by ラズウェル細木 Rozwell Hosoki
soba no hosomichi.

Furoshiki, cotton wrapper cloth

Cotton (wata, momen) Japan. many related kigo about the plant and cotton cloths.

Glass beads (tonbodama, tombodama) Japan

Wine (budooshu) Japan. Red wine, white wine, making wine, wine festival ...

Kurofune monaka 黒船最中 Black Ship wafers and a kyoka poem

Tan Taigi (1709 -1771) 炭太祇 (たんたいぎ)

Temple Saihoji 西方寺 and Haiku by Issa

Emancipation Day Guyana


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Bunraku and Joruri 文楽.浄瑠璃 Japanese Puppet Theater

Khamsin wind Egypt, North Africa

Lemonade (ramune) and carbonated drinks Japan

Blue, the color of sky and water

Paper mulberry leaf (kaji no ha) and Tanabata rituals
kajimari 梶の鞠(かじのまり)paper mulberry kickball

Sesbania Tree (Sesbania sesban (L.) Merr.) Kenya

Weaver birds (Ploceidae family) Kenya

Kanei-Ji Temple and Tenkai (Jigen Daishi) 寛永寺(かんえいじ)
and 慈眼大師. Ueno, Tokyo
Jigen Ki 慈眼忌(じげんき)memorial day of priest Jigen

Lavender (rabendaa) Japan

Matsunaga Teitoku 松永貞徳 (1571-1653)

Sakai Yamei 坂井野明 (1662-1713)

Ubasuteyama, Sarashinayama, Kamurikiyama (in Nagano) Japan

Camp, camping (kyanpu), tent (tento) Japan, North America

Marine Day, Ocean Day, Sea Day (umi no hi) Japan

Casuarina Tree Kenya

Chameleon Kenya

Kanga, wrapping cloth Kenya

Mildew, mold (kabi) Japan

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Hoshino Tsubaki 星野 椿 (1930 - )

Wood, firewood, timber, lumber Kenya

Crabapple, Sibold crabapple, "mountain pear" (yamanashi, yama-nashi) Japan. Malus sieboldii

funaryoori 船料理 (ふなりょうり) food served on board a ship or boat

Uchida Hyakken 内田百間 May 29, 1889 — April 20, 1971

Sea bream (tai, sakuradai, madai ..) Pagrus major Japan

Laquer tree (urushi no ki) Rhus verniciflua Japan. "Sun spurge" Euphorbia helioscopia, "swamp laquer"

Leopard lily (hioogi) Belamcanda chinensis Japan. ubatama 鳥羽玉 sweet balls

Amanatto (amanattoo) 甘納豆 sugar-glazed beans and Hamanatto 浜納豆

Bilberries, cowberries (kokemomo), Preiselbeere Japan

DRINKS - Hot and Cold DRINKS SAIJIKI

Kawasaki Tenko (Tenkoo) Born 1927

Racoon, racoon dog, badger (tanuki, mujina, anaguma) Japan

Spinach (hoorensoo) Japan. Spinat

PEPPER, (togarashi, toogarashi) red hot pepper Shichimi Togarashi and more, Chili pepper, paprica Paprika (piiman), sweet green pepper (shishitoo) and more

Puddle, puddles Tropical regions, Japan

Ningyooyaki, ningyoyaki 人形焼 figure waffles Japan

Stepping stones Kenya in the rain

Trench clearing Guyana

Chokoreeto チョコレート chocolate with many tasts Japan. Schokolade

Carpet, rug (juutan, dantsuu) Japan

Snack, afternoon snack Oyatsu お八つ . o-cha-uke 御茶請け

Fountain (funsui) Springbrunnen Japan

Cider, apple cider (saidaa) Japan, Europe, Australia


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Moyashi udo もやし独活(もやしうど)sprouts of spikenard and more moyashi
Bohnensprossen

Hoonensai 豊年祭 Festival for a bountiful harvest "Penis Festival", at Tagata Shrine, Aichi prefecture

. . . Cool, cold, chilly ... a feeling and related kigo during all seasons.

Bobolink (Dolichonyx oryzivorus) bird North America

Virga precipitation Southern United States

. kunshu sanmon 葷酒山門(くんしゅさんもん)
Temple Gate, no garlic or liquor beyond this point!

Shookadoo Bentoo 松花堂弁当 Shokado Bento Lunchbox from Kyoto

Devil's tongue (konnyaku) Konjak plant and food. Japan

"May Day" in England (mee dii) Japan. International Workers' Day

Pleiades (matariki) Maori, New Zealand. (subaru, Japan)

"butterbur like KYARA aloeswood" (kyarabuki) Japan

Wimbledon Tennis Championship Tournament, Grand Slam England

Acacia blossoms Yemen, Japan

Musoo-Ki 夢窓忌 (むそうき), Soseki Ki Memorial Day for Muso Kokushi Soseki and the ZUIKI taro festival

Taro root (sato-imo, taro imo) Japan. Philippines (gabi). Taro-Kartoffel

Hawthorn and Firethorn (sanzashi) Crataegus and Pyracanthus. Japan, Europe

Red Beans, "small beans" , adzuki (azuki 小豆 )

hon-i, hon'i 本意 (ほんい) the basic meaning the traditional poetic essence. Haiku Theory

tamanegi 玉葱 (たまねぎ) round onion and many more summer vegetables
shallot, tomato, eggplant, etc.

Humanity and Observances, two important categories for HAIKU

Bullsnake, bull snake (Pituophis catenifer sayi) North America

Berry, berries ... names of trees, shrubs and the fruit itself

Dengaku 田楽 dance and food

VEGETABLE SAIJIKI

Deer (shika), fawn in all seasons

Sushi, popular food Japan

Fukagawa, a suburb of Edo/Tokyo Japan

Field cricket, Gryllus campestris Europe

Conger eel (anago) Congriscus megastomus. Japan. Meeraal.

Pike, pike conger, pike eel (hamo) Muraenesox cinereus. dragontooth. Japan

Wasabi, japanese horseradish Japanischer Meerrettich

Tosa Nikki, Tosa Diary by Kin no Tsurayuki ... and some manju sweets

Myoga Ginger (myooga) 茗荷 (みょうが). Zingi-Ingwer

Ekiben, station lunch box day, April 10

shunrai, spring thunder 春雷

Hanakae Matsuri 花換祭 / 花換祭り Flower-exchanging festival at shrine Kanesaki-gu, Fukui prefecture, and the sakura cherry blossom cookies

Tundra, Siberia, Hokkaido, Okinawa etc... topics for haiku

Bison, American Bison

One Day Saijiki, a KIGO list
Morning, Midday (daytime), Evening, Night

Trumpet tree, golden yellow trumpet tree (Tabebuia chrysantha) India

Paperbark tree, Melaleuca honey myrtles, punk tree. Australia

Lorikeet, Australian lorikeets (Trichoglossus haematodus) Rainbow lorikeets. Australia

Blue Triangle butterfly, bluebottle (Graphium sarpedon choredon) Australia

Twilight, dusk (kure) Japan. Worldwide

Konnyaku plant and food (Amorphophallus konjac) . Elephant jam Japan

Parijaat blossoms, Night Jasmine (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis ) Parijat blossoms. India

Masaki Yuuko, Yuko Masaki 正木 ゆう子 (1952 - )
also about the avoidance of negative verbs

Morning Market (asa ichi, asa-ichi, asaichi 日本三大朝市) Morgenmarkt Japan

Ides of March Italy. March 15.

Corbicula from Seta (Seta shijimi) and the Seta Bridge at Lake Biwa

Sakurai Baishitsu 桜井梅室 (1769-1852)

Warmth (atataka), feeling warm in spring (shundan) Japan

Garlic (ninniku 蒜 (にんにく(ニンニク)) ) Japan. Knoblauch

Shark (same 鮫 (さめ)) Japan. Haifisch

Tide, ebb and flood (shio, ushio) ... KIGO LIST

Scorpion (sasori) Japan. Skorpion

Cauliflower, broccoli, komatsuna, naganegi leek, and more winter vegetables
Also spring, summer and autumn vegetables.

Sardines (iwashi,hishiko and more) Japanese Anchovy Japan. KIGO LIST. Sardinen

Plums, pickled plums (umeboshi) Japan. and more tsukemono pickled food

momiji tenpura もみじ天ぷら/ 紅葉の天ぷら) Maple leaves sweet tempura
from the town of Mino 箕面 near Osaka.

Worm, worms and earthworm (mimizu) Japan. Regenwurm

Ehomaki Sushi Roll (ehoomaki 恵方巻き) for Setsubun, February 3.

Stimulation of the brain through poetry ... ... smell the coffee !

Wasambon sweets (wasanbon) Japan. Shikoku.

Kasai Bridge (Kasaibashi) Tokyo, Japan

Kanbutsu 乾物 kambutsu dried food items Getrocknete Lebensmittel ... a LIST

Super Bowl Sunday North America, New England

Yakumi やくみ (薬味) spices and condiments

Vegetables from Kyoto (kyooyasai, kyoyasai, kyosai) Japan

Paradise (gokuraku) Japan

Winter Kigo from Canada Arctic Fox, Chickadee, Lemmings, Lesser Snow Goose, Wolverine

Spring moon, moon in spring (haru no tsuki) ... various KIGO

Oatmeal porridge, congee, mushWorldwide. Rice gruel (kayu), rice soup with ingredients (zoosui) : Japan

Shokuyoo no hana 食用の花 Edible blossoms, edible flowers


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WASHOKU : Regional Japanese Dishes

WASHOKU ... Japanese Food Saijiki


KIGO HOTLINE
Discussion Forum
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HAIKU INFORMATION BOARD
Current Events
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NEW Saijiki for Japanese Festivals and Ceremonies


Inahata Teiko (1931 -)
President of the Japan Traditional Haiku Association



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Posted by worldkigo at 15:42

July 12, 2009

WASHOKU ... Newsletter December 2008

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Latest Additions 2008


gekiyasu bentoo 激安弁当 extremely cheap lunchbox

hamakonabe, hamako nabe 浜子鍋 hodgepodge for the "beach children" Hiroshima

Shoochuu 焼酎 (しょうちゅう) Shochu
strong distilled liquor, Schnaps


Haneki shibori sake 撥ね木搾り(はねぎしぼり)酒

Yakimochi Fudoo Son 焼き餅不動尊in Gunma

"salt road" 塩の道 shio no michi
from Niigata to Matsumoto, Nagano

Firefly squid (hotaruika, hotaru ika ホタルイカ(蛍烏賊))

Squid, cuttlefish dishes (ika ryoori イカ料理, 烏賊料理)  

Chinmi and fish roe dishes

Bean curd (tofu, toofu, dofu 豆腐) and haiku

Mamakari ままかり Fish dishes from Okayama

Koohii 黒だるまコーヒー Black Daruma Coffee

kankoro かんころ 甘古呂 flower from sweet potatoes
kankoro dango かんころ団子
kankoro soba かんころそば

kinpira キンピラ simmered root vegetables

Uni 海胆 (うに) sea urchin and sea urchin roe (uni 雲丹)

Satsumaimo, satsuma imo 薩摩薯(さつまいも)sweet potatoes

Horse meat, baniku (ばにく/ 馬肉)

Kenchinjiru けんちんじる(巻繊汁) vegetable soup from temple Kenchoji, Kamakura

God of Cooking, Iwakamutsukari no Mikoto 磐鹿六雁命

History of Japanese Food Culture

Issunbooshi bentoo 一寸法師弁当 Issun-Boshi Bento for Tom Thumb

Gokuraku Onkei 極楽温鶏 whole steamed chicken from Oita 極楽温鶏

BUTA ... Pig and Pork (buta, ton 豚 ぶた)

Daietto ダイエット Diet and fasting ... the extreme : Sokushinbutsu 即身仏

Manga, Anime and Japanese Food Culture
料理漫画. 料理アニメ. グルメ漫画


Dishes from Tokyo 東京

Wrapping Paper Art / Food Art

Ramen, raamen ラーメン Chinese noodle soup

Hakata no shio 伯方の塩 salt from Hakata island

Sweets from Hokkaido 北海道スィーツ Hokkaido Sweets

Ainu Dishes, Hokkaido アイヌ料理

Tosa no Inaka Sushi 土佐の田舎寿司 sushi from the countryside of Tosa

Kagawa dishes 香川 Shikoku Takamatsu, Shodoshima

World Tasty Museum 世界食文化博物館 Imabari, Ehime. Nihon Shokken

Rokuben, Bento for a kabuki performance ろくべん, 大鹿歌舞伎 Nagano.

Famine and Hunger periods during the Edo period . kikin 飢饉

Sweets from Tohoku 東北の甘いもの

Tottori dishes 鳥取

Recycle, Reuse, Re-use Wiederverwendung von Lebensmitteln

Yam 長芋, Taro 里芋 and sweet potatoes 薩摩芋 Dioscorea japonica. Colocasia esculenta. Ipomoea batatas.

Shooyu purin 小豆島醤油プリン Soy Sauce Pudding from Shodoshima

Kani 蟹料理 CRAB dishes

Oiri, yomeiri おいり 嫁入り sweets for the bride

Kamaboko (蒲鉾, かまぼこ) Fish paste, fish cake, ground fish on boards

Cooking methods : yaku and ...yaki



Washoku .. Onegai Daruma


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WASHOKU ... SEASONAL DISHES SAIJIKI


WASHOKU : Regional Japanese Dishes



Monthly FOOD JOURNAL
JANUARY ... ichigatsu 一月



WKD ... Latest KIGO Additions


WorldKigo Database ... ABC INDEX

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Posted by worldkigo at 15:18

WASHOKU ... Newsletter July 2009


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NEWSLETTER ... latest additions




History of Japanese Food


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Danshi Gohan 男子ごはん, 太一×ケンタロウ men are cooking !
. . . bentoo danshi 弁当男子 lunchbox men

mizunasu, mizu nasu 水なす "water-eggplant" from Southern Osaka

karee カレー curry and many curry dishes

tokoroten 心太, 心天 (ところてん) gelidium jelly

yamanashi、yama-nashi 山梨 (やまなし) "mountain pear" Malus sieboldii

obansai おばんさい / お晩彩 small dishes from Kyoto

Yamato-ni 大和煮 simmering meat of wild animals and whale

Kujria bento くじら弁当 Whale meat bento from Tateyama/Chiba

Kyoto - famous dishes
including Kaiseki Ryori 懐石料理, kappoo ryoori 割烹料理 kappo food, kawadoko ryoori 川床料理, hamo 鱧 (はも) pike conger pike, pike eel and the Gion Festival, hon moroko 本諸子, imoboo 芋棒(いもぼう) , itokojiru いとこ汁, sabazushi 鯖寿司, sasamaki, sasa-maki, chimaki 笹巻き / ちまき; senmaizuke せんまい漬け / 千枚漬 pickled trunips; tochimochi, tochi-mochi 栃もち; yatsuhashi, nama yatsuhashi 生八ッ橋


funaryoori 船料理 (ふなりょうり) food served on board a ship or boat

tonsho mochi 屯所餅(とんしょもち)"garrison mochi" in memory of the Shinsengumi 新選組 in Kyoto

minazuki 水無月 (みなずき) Kyoto sweets for June

Sea bream (tai 鯛) sakuradai, ma-dai and many more

Gangu 郷土玩具 Folk Toys
manjuu kui ningyo 饅頭食い人形 doll eating a manju bun

うるしコーヒー urushi koohii, "laquer coffee" from the laquer tree fruit

Ubatama 鳥羽玉 /老玉 "Black Lily Seed"

JULY NEWSPAPER

Food and Games 野菜かるた Karuta games and other card games

Amanatto (amanattoo) 甘納豆 sugar-glazed beans and Hamanattoo 浜納豆

Fujisan 富士山 and food specialities

Ichigo bentoo いちご弁当 Lunchbox with uni and awabi, sea urchin eggs and abalone

Hoorensoo ほうれん草 / 菠薐草 spinach

Sweets from the KANTO region

haabu  ハーブ herbs, Gewürzkräuter

Togarashi,toogarashi 唐辛子 red hot pepper Shichimi Togarashi and more

Western vegetables used in Japan

Robots for Sushi and Okonomiyaki FOOMA (International Food Machinery & Technology Exhibition)

Ningyooyaki, ningyoyaki 人形焼 figure waffles

Daruma Daikon だるま大根 a radish named Daruma

Chokoreeto チョコレート chocolate with many tasts

Oyatsu お八つ . o-cha-uke 御茶請け afternoon snack

moyashi 萌やし、糵, もやし bean sprouts Bohnensprossen
moyashi udo もやし独活(もやしうど)sprouts of spikenard

Kobiru, cobiru, kobilu (こびる) 小昼  "small lunch", rural lunch
Takachiho, Miyazaki

. 葷酒山門(くんしゅさんもん)kunshu sanmon
Temple Gate, no garlic or liquor beyond this point!

Shookadoo Bentoo 松花堂弁当 Shokado Bento

karee raisu カレーライス curry rice

Botamochi Jizo ぼた餅地蔵 Jizo Bosatsu, Botamochi rice cakes

Itoin Senbei, ito-in senbei いといんせんべい. 絲印煎餅 Senbei with a "stamp like a thread" . From Ise, Mie prefecture

gooya ゴーヤ bitter gourd Momordica charantia. Okinawa. karela in Hindi, India.

Cookies だるまクッキー
Daruma cookies sweets


satoimo, sato imo 里芋 taro roots Taro-Kartoffel

. . . . Zuiki matsuri ずいきまつり Taro and Vegetable Festival
and more about the Zen priest Muso Kokushi 夢窓国師 !

JUNE NEWSPAPER

Jagaimo 馬鈴薯 (じゃがいも) potato, potatoes
Kartoffeln

Red Beans, "small beans" , adzuki (azuki 小豆 )

udo 独活 (うど) udo Aralia cordata

Goheimochi 五平餅 and other food from Nagano

Dengaku 田楽 dance and food

Gyuuniku 牛肉 beef wagyuu, wagyu 和牛 Japanese beef

Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum
(インスタントラーメン発明記念館)


Ika Daruma Ika Surume だるまいか / いかだるま Daruma Cuttlefish

Tosa Nikki, Tosa Diary by Kin no Tsurayuki ... and some manju sweets

Vegetables from SPRING ... List

Myoga Ginger (myooga) 茗荷 (みょうが). Zingi-Ingwer

Miyajima Ekiben 宮島駅弁 Miyajima Stationlunch Anagomeshi あなごめし

Miso みそ or 味噌 Miso paste and miso soup and miso culture

Shimonoseki 下関駅 。gansoo fukumeshi 元祖ふくめしthe original puffer fish with rice EKIBEN

hamo 鱧 (はも) pike conger pike, pike eel Muraenesox cinereus. dragontooth

Horegusuri ほれぐすり(惚れ薬, 惚薬) love potion Liebestrunk

Hanakae Matsuri 花換祭 / 花換祭り Flower-exchanging festival at shrine Kanesaki-gu, Fukui prefecture, and the sakura cherry blossom cookies 桜クッキー

Fu, Wheat gluten (fu 麩) and FU products

Soba ryoori そば料理 dishes with soba Buckwheat noodles

Wagashi Sweets from Kanazawa 金沢に和菓子

Salty Sweets (shioaji suiitsu 塩味スイーツ)
sweets with a flavor of salt, Süßigkeiten mit Salz

Hanabatake Bokujoo 花畑牧場 in Hokkaido nama kyarameru ”生キャラメル”fresh caramels, weiche Karamellen

Kaki 柿 Persimmon Persimone. Sharon fruit.

Uiroo 外郎 ( ういろう) jelly sweet Aichi and Odawara

hooba miso, Hoba Miso ほうばみそ miso paste served on a hoba leaf hooba 朴葉 ... Magnolia obovata

Ebisu sama 恵比寿様. Deity of the Fishermen

"Frost Shrine" 霜神社 Shimo Jinja, Shimomiya at Mount Aso, KyushuThe legend of Kihachi 鬼八

Konnyaku plant and food (Amorphophallus konjac) . Elephant jam

Mandala Food Arrangements (hoshamori, hooshamori 放射盛り)

Gotoochi Gurume ご当地グルメ Cheap local specialities
kankoo gurume 観光グルメ, tourism gourmet
bii kyuu gurume B級グルメ B-class gourmet food

mamushi まむし (蝮 ) poisonous snake 日本蝮 (ニホンマムシ)

Morning Market (asa ichi, asa-ichi) Morgenmarkt

Wasabi 山葵 green horseradish . yamawasabi 山わさび white horseradish

Hirome seaweed (hirome (ひろめ) 広布 / ヒロメ) Oita prefecture

Sushi decorations and vocabulary 寿司の盛り方

corbicula from Seta (Seta shijimi) and the Big Bridge at Seta 瀬田の唐橋

Tenmusu 天むす rice balls with tempura

Roadside stations (michi no eki 道の駅) Highway Service Areas

Mottainai もったいない モッタイナイ Do not waste food !

Garlic (ninniku 蒜 (にんにく(ニンニク)) ) Knoblauch

Gyooza, gyoza  ギョーザ / 餃子 Jiaozi Chinese dumplings

Pan パン bread
toosuto トースト toast

Shark 鮫 (さめ) same Haifisch

Ninaibako 荷担箱 Box to carry sweets to the Shogun Kameyama sweets

Yakuzen, yaku-zen 薬膳 ( やくぜん) "Eating Medicine" medicinal food dishes and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

Edo Yasai, Edo dentoo yasai 江戸伝統野菜 Traditional vegetables of Edo

Umeboshi 梅干 dried pickled plums Salzpflaumen

Iwashi 鰯 (いわし) sardine Sardinen, Anchovy.
urume small herring

Regional Sashimi ... LIST

Regional and local sushi types ... a LIST only

Yamamori Goboo Festival 山盛りのゴボウ / ごぼう講 at Kuninaka in Echizen, Fukui. Eating lots of Burdock.

TEN GU jiru, tengujiru 十具汁 TENGU soup

Osaka Fugu Hakubutsukan ふぐ博物館 Osaka Blowfish Museum Pufferfisch, Kugelfisch

warabimochi 笑来美餅 mochi with bracken powder
Adlerfarn-Mochi

momiji tenpura もみじ天ぷら/ 紅葉の天ぷら sweet tempura from maple leaves from Mino town, Osaka
Tempura von roten Ahornblättern

"Tokyo Taste — the World Summit of Gastronomy 2009"

Ishimatsu manjuu 石松まんじゅう Manju in memory of Ishimatsu From Konpira-San, Kotohira Shrine in Kagawa, Shikoku

iburi いぶり, ibusu 燻す to smoke, smoking, smoked food kunsei 薫製
iburi gakko いぶりがっこ smoked radish pickles from Akita

Day of Meat (niku no hi) Febraruy 9, NI KU

Ehomaki Sushi Roll (ehoomaki) for February 3, Setsubun

Quail and quail eggs (uzura no tamago うずらの卵) Wachteleier

wasanbon 和三盆 Japanese sugar from Shikoku Japanischer Zucker

onimanjuu, oni manjuu 鬼饅頭 おにまんじゅう "devil's cakes" for Setsubun, February 03.

Kanbutsu 乾物 kambutsu dried food items Getrocknete Lebensmittel

Yakumi やくみ (薬味) spices and condiments Gewürze

warigo bentoo わりご弁当 lunchbox for the village kabuki ... Shodoshima, Kagawa

Juken fuuzu 受験フーズ  Juken Food for the Examination Hell

Shikoku Sweets 四国スイーツ Sweets from Shikoku

Gifu Prefecture ... Regional Dishes

katsuo no ipponzuri 鰹の一本釣り fishing for skipjack tuna in Kochi, Tosa, Shikoku
and related dishes

Museums, Food Museums and Food Theme Parks

Kyuushoku 給食 School Lunch Schulspeisung, Schulessen

Kyooyasai, kyoyasai, kyosai 京野菜 / 京菜 Vegetables from Kyoto.
Gemüse aus Kyoto, Kyoto-Gemüse

Rural Culture Association 農山漁村文化協会 農文協 The BEST online resources !

Shokuyoo no hana 食用の花 Edible blossoms, edible flowers

kushigaki 串柿 ( くしがき) dried persimmons on a stick
town of Shigo, Katsuragi, Wakayama

Collagen Nabe コラーゲン鍋 Hodgepodge with collagen ... for beautiful skin ?

anpanman アンパンマン Mister Anpan  

toshikoshi udon 年越しうどん udon noodles, eaten to "pass over into the new year"

Minamoto Kitchoan 源 吉兆庵 Seasonal Sweets and Daruma sweets, Kamakura

Daruma Senbei for the New Year 干支せんべい 2009

Daruma Manju だるま饅頭 (Daruma Manjuu)

Natural Ice for drinks ... declining
December 09, 2008

Samurai Cooking

Tsubaki abura 椿油) camellia oil

cha no hana 茶の花 (ちゃのはな) tea blossoms

Joodoo-E Ceremony 成道会 Daikodaki Cooking Radish Soup to ward off evil
December 8 at Shakado Temple in Kyoto

Yomogi よもぎ 蓬 mugwort Beifuss, Beifuß

Shigure no Matsu 時雨の松 Pine in icy rain, a Haiku Sweet

Ecotarian Food エコタリアン

Waseda Kankyo Juku 早稲田環境塾 Waseda School of Environment

Hachimitsu 蜂蜜 はちみつ Honey, Honig

Red Beans, "small beans" (azuki 小豆 ) and DARUMA

Tanada no Udonya 棚田のうどん屋 . まーちゃんうどん Ohaga no Tanada 大垪和の棚田


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WASHOKU : EKIBEN 駅弁
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Japanese Food SAIJIKI

和食歳時記  



Washoku 和食, the traditional food of Japan, is famous for being pleasant to the eye and quite healthy.
Japanisches Essen, ein Augenschmauss!

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Like a good haiku,
washoku is dependent on the four seasons
for fresh ingredients.


Even the traditional sweets, wagashi (和菓子) have a seasonal component to it.
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Many poems have been written about it ...

The Japanese food needs its own English saijiki:
和食歳時記!


The Haiku Gourmet
The Senryu Gourmet

Gabi Greve, December 2006

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Seasonal words used as kigo in Japanese haiku !


WASHOKU .. JAPANESE FOOD SAIJIKI
. . . . . ABC-Index



Sweets from Japan (wagashi) 和菓子歳時記
The Japanese Sweets Saijiki



... Haiku Sweets haika 俳菓
Many tea sweets (chagashi 茶菓子) are named after famous short poems (waka 和歌 and tanka 短歌), but there are also some named after a famous haiku.


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Food from the Sea, Food from the Mountains
Umi no Sachi, Yama no Sachi ... The Origin


From Hokkaido to Okinawa
REGIONAL DISHES  
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Newsletter 2009

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World Kigo Database

 

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Kanei-Ji Temple and Tenkai (Jigen Daishi) 寛永寺(かんえいじ)
and 慈眼大師. Ueno, Tokyo
Jigen Ki 慈眼忌(じげんき)memorial day of priest Jigen


Lavender (rabendaa) Japan

Matsunaga Teitoku 松永貞徳 (1571-1653)

Ubasuteyama, Sarashinayama, Kamurikiyama (in Nagano) Japan

Camp, camping (kyanpu), tent (tento) Japan, North America

Casuarina Tree Kenya

Chameleon Kenya

Kanga, wrapping cloth Kenya

Mildew, mold (kabi) Japan

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Hoshino Tsubaki 星野 椿 (1930 - )

Wood, firewood, timber, lumber Kenya

Crabapple, Sibold crabapple, "mountain pear" (yamanashi, yama-nashi) Japan. Malus sieboldii

funaryoori 船料理 (ふなりょうり) food served on board a ship or boat

Uchida Hyakken 内田百間 May 29, 1889 — April 20, 1971

Sea bream (tai, sakuradai, madai ..) Pagrus major Japan

Laquer tree (urushi no ki) Rhus verniciflua Japan. "Sun spurge" Euphorbia helioscopia, "swamp laquer"

Leopard lily (hioogi) Belamcanda chinensis Japan. ubatama 鳥羽玉 sweet balls

Amanatto (amanattoo) 甘納豆 sugar-glazed beans and Hamanatto 浜納豆

Bilberries, cowberries (kokemomo), Preiselbeere Japan

DRINKS - Hot and Cold DRINKS SAIJIKI

Kawasaki Tenko (Tenkoo) Born 1927

Racoon, racoon dog, badger (tanuki, mujina, anaguma) Japan

Spinach (hoorensoo) Japan. Spinat

PEPPER, (togarashi, toogarashi) red hot pepper Shichimi Togarashi and more, Chili pepper, paprica Paprika (piiman), sweet green pepper (shishitoo) and more

Puddle, puddles Tropical regions, Japan

Ningyooyaki, ningyoyaki 人形焼 figure waffles Japan

Stepping stones Kenya in the rain

Trench clearing Guyana

Chokoreeto チョコレート chocolate with many tasts Japan. Schokolade

Carpet, rug (juutan, dantsuu) Japan

Snack, afternoon snack Oyatsu お八つ . o-cha-uke 御茶請け

Fountain (funsui) Springbrunnen Japan

Cider, apple cider (saidaa) Japan, Europe, Australia


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Moyashi udo もやし独活(もやしうど)sprouts of spikenard and more moyashi
Bohnensprossen

Hoonensai 豊年祭 Festival for a bountiful harvest "Penis Festival", at Tagata Shrine, Aichi prefecture

. . . Cool, cold, chilly ... a feeling and related kigo during all seasons.

Bobolink (Dolichonyx oryzivorus) bird North America

Virga precipitation Southern United States

. kunshu sanmon 葷酒山門(くんしゅさんもん)
Temple Gate, no garlic or liquor beyond this point!

Shookadoo Bentoo 松花堂弁当 Shokado Bento Lunchbox from Kyoto

Devil's tongue (konnyaku) Konjak plant and food. Japan

"May Day" in England (mee dii) Japan. International Workers' Day

Pleiades (matariki) Maori, New Zealand. (subaru, Japan)

"butterbur like KYARA aloeswood" (kyarabuki) Japan

Wimbledon Tennis Championship Tournament, Grand Slam England

Acacia blossoms Yemen, Japan

Musoo-Ki 夢窓忌 (むそうき), Soseki Ki Memorial Day for Muso Kokushi Soseki and the ZUIKI taro festival

Taro root (sato-imo, taro imo) Japan. Philippines (gabi). Taro-Kartoffel

Hawthorn and Firethorn (sanzashi) Crataegus and Pyracanthus. Japan, Europe

Red Beans, "small beans" , adzuki (azuki 小豆 )

hon-i, hon'i 本意 (ほんい) the basic meaning the traditional poetic essence. Haiku Theory

tamanegi 玉葱 (たまねぎ) round onion and many more summer vegetables
shallot, tomato, eggplant, etc.

Humanity and Observances, two important categories for HAIKU

Bullsnake, bull snake (Pituophis catenifer sayi) North America

Berry, berries ... names of trees, shrubs and the fruit itself

Dengaku 田楽 dance and food

VEGETABLE SAIJIKI

Deer (shika), fawn in all seasons

Sushi, popular food Japan

Fukagawa, a suburb of Edo/Tokyo Japan

Field cricket, Gryllus campestris Europe

Conger eel (anago) Congriscus megastomus. Japan. Meeraal.

Pike, pike conger, pike eel (hamo) Muraenesox cinereus. dragontooth. Japan

Wasabi, japanese horseradish Japanischer Meerrettich

Tosa Nikki, Tosa Diary by Kin no Tsurayuki ... and some manju sweets

Myoga Ginger (myooga) 茗荷 (みょうが). Zingi-Ingwer

Ekiben, station lunch box day, April 10

shunrai, spring thunder 春雷

Hanakae Matsuri 花換祭 / 花換祭り Flower-exchanging festival at shrine Kanesaki-gu, Fukui prefecture, and the sakura cherry blossom cookies

Tundra, Siberia, Hokkaido, Okinawa etc... topics for haiku

Bison, American Bison

One Day Saijiki, a KIGO list
Morning, Midday (daytime), Evening, Night

Trumpet tree, golden yellow trumpet tree (Tabebuia chrysantha) India

Paperbark tree, Melaleuca honey myrtles, punk tree. Australia

Lorikeet, Australian lorikeets (Trichoglossus haematodus) Rainbow lorikeets. Australia

Blue Triangle butterfly, bluebottle (Graphium sarpedon choredon) Australia

Twilight, dusk (kure) Japan. Worldwide

Konnyaku plant and food (Amorphophallus konjac) . Elephant jam Japan

Parijaat blossoms, Night Jasmine (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis ) Parijat blossoms. India

Masaki Yuuko, Yuko Masaki 正木 ゆう子 (1952 - )
also about the avoidance of negative verbs

Morning Market (asa ichi, asa-ichi, asaichi 日本三大朝市) Morgenmarkt Japan

Ides of March Italy. March 15.

Corbicula from Seta (Seta shijimi) and the Seta Bridge at Lake Biwa

Sakurai Baishitsu 桜井梅室 (1769-1852)

Warmth (atataka), feeling warm in spring (shundan) Japan

Garlic (ninniku 蒜 (にんにく(ニンニク)) ) Japan. Knoblauch

Shark (same 鮫 (さめ)) Japan. Haifisch

Tide, ebb and flood (shio, ushio) ... KIGO LIST

Scorpion (sasori) Japan. Skorpion

Cauliflower, broccoli, komatsuna, naganegi leek, and more winter vegetables
Also spring, summer and autumn vegetables.

Sardines (iwashi,hishiko and more) Japanese Anchovy Japan. KIGO LIST. Sardinen

Plums, pickled plums (umeboshi) Japan. and more tsukemono pickled food

momiji tenpura もみじ天ぷら/ 紅葉の天ぷら) Maple leaves sweet tempura
from the town of Mino 箕面 near Osaka.

Worm, worms and earthworm (mimizu) Japan. Regenwurm

Ehomaki Sushi Roll (ehoomaki 恵方巻き) for Setsubun, February 3.

Stimulation of the brain through poetry ... ... smell the coffee !

Wasambon sweets (wasanbon) Japan. Shikoku.

Kasai Bridge (Kasaibashi) Tokyo, Japan

Kanbutsu 乾物 kambutsu dried food items Getrocknete Lebensmittel ... a LIST

Super Bowl Sunday North America, New England

Yakumi やくみ (薬味) spices and condiments

Vegetables from Kyoto (kyooyasai, kyoyasai, kyosai) Japan

Paradise (gokuraku) Japan

Winter Kigo from Canada Arctic Fox, Chickadee, Lemmings, Lesser Snow Goose, Wolverine

Spring moon, moon in spring (haru no tsuki) ... various KIGO

Oatmeal porridge, congee, mushWorldwide. Rice gruel (kayu), rice soup with ingredients (zoosui) : Japan

Shokuyoo no hana 食用の花 Edible blossoms, edible flowers


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WASHOKU : Regional Japanese Dishes

WASHOKU ... Japanese Food Saijiki


KIGO HOTLINE
Discussion Forum
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HAIKU INFORMATION BOARD
Current Events
!!!!!


NEW Saijiki for Japanese Festivals and Ceremonies


Inahata Teiko (1931 -)
President of the Japan Traditional Haiku Association



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If you find a mistake, please contact me for corrections.



Thank you for visiting the World Kigo Database !
And come back soon !

Gabi Greve, Japan

Start of the WKD in May 2004


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February 13, 2009

World Kigo Database Newsletter

..................................................................... February 2009

momiji tenpura もみじ天ぷら/ 紅葉の天ぷら) Maple leaves sweet tempura
from the town of Mino 箕面 near Osaka.

Worm, worms and earthworm (mimizu) Japan. Regenwurm

Ehomaki Sushi Roll (ehoomaki 恵方巻き) for Setsubun, February 3.

Stimulation of the brain through poetry ... ... smell the coffee !

Wasambon sweets (wasanbon) Japan. Shikoku.

Kasai Bridge (Kasaibashi) Tokyo, Japan

Kanbutsu 乾物 kambutsu dried food items Getrocknete Lebensmittel ... a LIST

Super Bowl Sunday North America, New England

Yakumi やくみ (薬味) spices and condiments

Vegetables from Kyoto (kyooyasai, kyoyasai, kyosai) Japan

Paradise (gokuraku) Japan

Winter Kigo from Canada Arctic Fox, Chickadee, Lemmings, Lesser Snow Goose, Wolverine

Spring moon, moon in spring (haru no tsuki) ... various KIGO

Oatmeal porridge, congee, mushWorldwide. Rice gruel (kayu), rice soup with ingredients (zoosui) : Japan

Shokuyoo no hana 食用の花 Edible blossoms, edible flowers



..................................................................... December 2008

Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) Yemen

cha no hana 茶の花 (ちゃのはな) tea blossoms Japan

Nettle tree (enoki) Japan

Dinner, dining, eating ... and more worldwide

Shoochuu 焼酎 (しょうちゅう) Shochu, strong distilled liquor, Schnaps


..................................................................... November 2008

Rabbit, hare (usagi), snow rabbit (yukiusagi) Japan
Kaninchen, Hase

Firefly squid (hotaruika, hotaru ika ホタルイカ(蛍烏賊))

Ika ... squid dishes

Fish roe dishes (hararago) Japan

Mamakari ままかり Fish dishes from Okayama

Satsumaimo, satsuma imo 薩摩薯(さつまいも)sweet potatoes

Uni 海胆 (うに) sea urchin and sea urchin roe (uni 雲丹). Seeigel

Kani 蟹料理 CRAB dishes Krabben.

Horse meat, baniku (ばにく/ 馬肉) basashi, sakuranabe

BUTA ... Pig and Pork (buta, ton 豚 ぶた)

Daruma Ramen, raamen ラーメン Chinese noodle soup

Ainu Food アイヌ料理

Tosa no Inakazushi (inaka sushi) 土佐の田舎寿司 sushi from the countryside of Tosa


..................................................................... October 2008

Ogata Korin Memorial Day (koorin ki)

Winter honey ... Yemen

Sunbirds... India

Pillow (makura, kukurimakura) Japan

Lobster Decoration (kazari-ebi, Ise-ebi kazaru ) Japan

Stone fish, bullhead (okoze)Fish. Japan

Leek (naganegi) green onions, scallion, porree Japan

Itokoni いとこ煮 boiled pumpkin with red beans Yamaguchi

Kiritanpo (kiritampo) きりたんぽ skewers of mashed rice. Japan

Inkstone (suzuri) Japan


..................................................................... September 2008


SHUN ... Specialities of the Season

WASHOKU : Regional Japanese Dishes

WASHOKU ... Japanese Food Saijiki



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Posted by worldkigo at 14:53Japanese Culture

October 16, 2007

Daruma without eyes

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初不動目無し達磨が幾重にも
hatsu Fudoo menashi Daruma ga ikue ni mo

first Fudo temple vistit -
Daruma dolls without eyes
just everywhere


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