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オハウ (Ohaw)
Ohaw is an Ainu savory soup flavored with fish or animal bones. Kelp is also used to add flavor to the stock. Solid ingredients include meat, fish, vegetables, and wild edible plants.

オハウ (Ohaw)

Ohaw is an Ainu savory soup flavored with fish or animal bones. Kelp is also used to add flavor to the stock. Solid ingredients include meat, fish, vegetables, and wild edible plants.

— 1 year ago with 33 notes
#Ohaw  #Japan  #Japanese food  #Japanese culture 
ムニニイモ (Munini-imo)
Munini-imo is an Ainu savory pancake made out of potato flour. Potatoes are first fermented underground by the repeated freeze-thaw cycles, and then milled and dried. The flour is soaked in water in order to remove the bitter taste and then baked on a griddle like a thick pancake. The potato flour made with this process can be easily stored for at least twenty years. It is as sticky as mochi.

ムニニイモ (Munini-imo)

Munini-imo is an Ainu savory pancake made out of potato flour. Potatoes are first fermented underground by the repeated freeze-thaw cycles, and then milled and dried. The flour is soaked in water in order to remove the bitter taste and then baked on a griddle like a thick pancake. The potato flour made with this process can be easily stored for at least twenty years. It is as sticky as mochi.

— 1 year ago with 11 notes
#Munini-imo  #Japan  #Japanese food  #Japanese cuisine 
岩瀬文庫図書館 (Iwase Bunko Library)
The Iwase Bunko Library in Nishio, Aichi is home to a collection of more than 80.000 rare books and ancient Buddhist manuscripts. It features an exposition hall and rooms for study and reading.

岩瀬文庫図書館 (Iwase Bunko Library)

The Iwase Bunko Library in Nishio, Aichi is home to a collection of more than 80.000 rare books and ancient Buddhist manuscripts. It features an exposition hall and rooms for study and reading.

— 1 year ago with 12 notes
#Iwase Bunko Library  #Nishio  #Aichi  #Japan 
西尾市博物館 (Nishio City Museum)
The Nishio-shi Hakubutsukan in Nishio, Aichi is located on the grounds of Nishio Castle. It has an extensive collection of items relating to local history and culture, dating from the ancient Jomon Period to the late Edo Period.

西尾市博物館 (Nishio City Museum)

The Nishio-shi Hakubutsukan in Nishio, Aichi is located on the grounds of Nishio Castle. It has an extensive collection of items relating to local history and culture, dating from the ancient Jomon Period to the late Edo Period.

— 1 year ago with 23 notes
#Nishio City Museum  #Nishio  #Aichi  #Japan 
三ヶ根山スカイライン (Sanganesan Skyline)
The Sanganesan Skyline in Nishio, Aichi is a spectacular forested mountain range overlooking Mikawa Bay, suitable for hiking and bird-watching.

三ヶ根山スカイライン (Sanganesan Skyline)

The Sanganesan Skyline in Nishio, Aichi is a spectacular forested mountain range overlooking Mikawa Bay, suitable for hiking and bird-watching.

— 1 year ago with 21 notes
#Sanganesan Skyline  #Nishio  #Aichi  #Japan 

佐久島 (Sakushima)

Sakushima in Nishio, Aichi is a small inhabited island in Mikawa Bay with many traditional wooden buildings. It can be reached by ferry from Isshiki Harbor and is a popular fishing spot.

— 1 year ago with 18 notes
#Sakushima  #Nishio  #Aichi  #Japan 
吉良ワイキキビーチ (Kira Waikiki Beach)
The Kira Waikiki Beach in Nishio, Aichi is made up of a series of sheltered sandy coves, open for bathing and water sports from June to September.

吉良ワイキキビーチ (Kira Waikiki Beach)

The Kira Waikiki Beach in Nishio, Aichi is made up of a series of sheltered sandy coves, open for bathing and water sports from June to September.

— 1 year ago with 5 notes
#Kira Waikiki Beach  #Nishio  #Aichi  #Japan 
平原の滝 (Hirahara Waterfalls)
The Hirahara no Taki in Nishio, Aichi was said to be discovered by a monk named Jikaku-Daishi through a dream revelation in the year 870. People’s faith in this waterfall has been kept for over a thousand years.

平原の滝 (Hirahara Waterfalls)

The Hirahara no Taki in Nishio, Aichi was said to be discovered by a monk named Jikaku-Daishi through a dream revelation in the year 870. People’s faith in this waterfall has been kept for over a thousand years.

— 1 year ago with 15 notes
#Hirahara Waterfalls  #Nishio  #Aichi  #Japan 
西尾城 (Nishio Castle)
The Nishio-jo in Nishio, Aichi was home to Ogyu Matsudaira, the daimyo of the Nishio Domain, at the end of the Edo Period. It dates back to the Muromachi Period and was built by Ashikaga Yoshiuji on around 1221. It was dismantled in 1872, following the Meiji Restoration, and was reconstructed in 1996.

西尾城 (Nishio Castle)

The Nishio-jo in Nishio, Aichi was home to Ogyu Matsudaira, the daimyo of the Nishio Domain, at the end of the Edo Period. It dates back to the Muromachi Period and was built by Ashikaga Yoshiuji on around 1221. It was dismantled in 1872, following the Meiji Restoration, and was reconstructed in 1996.

— 1 year ago with 15 notes
#Nishio Castle  #Nishio  #Aichi  #Japan 
名古屋国際センタ (Nagoya International Center)
The Nagoya Kokusai Sentaa in Nagoya, Aichi is a city-run center for newcomers providing useful information about upcoming local events through their free monthly publication, The Nagoya Calendar. It offers various multilingual services for foreigners. Their headquarters offer a lending library with books on numerous topics in English and other languages.

名古屋国際センタ (Nagoya International Center)

The Nagoya Kokusai Sentaa in Nagoya, Aichi is a city-run center for newcomers providing useful information about upcoming local events through their free monthly publication, The Nagoya Calendar. It offers various multilingual services for foreigners. Their headquarters offer a lending library with books on numerous topics in English and other languages.

— 1 year ago with 3 notes
#Nagoya International Center  #Nagoya  #Aichi  #Japan 
随身 (Zuijin)
Zuijin are kami warrior-guardians who are often depicted holding bows and arrows. Their statues are seen flanking shrine gates in Japan.

随身 (Zuijin)

Zuijin are kami warrior-guardians who are often depicted holding bows and arrows. Their statues are seen flanking shrine gates in Japan.

— 1 year ago with 21 notes
#Zuijin  #Japan  #Japanese folklore  #Shinto  #Japanese religion 
夜雀 (Night Sparrow)
Yosuzume are yokai which show up at night and chirp like a sparrow. They are said to come in front of people who walk along mountain trails. It is believed that bad luck will befall anyone who gets possessed by a yosuzume.

夜雀 (Night Sparrow)

Yosuzume are yokai which show up at night and chirp like a sparrow. They are said to come in front of people who walk along mountain trails. It is believed that bad luck will befall anyone who gets possessed by a yosuzume.

— 1 year ago with 69 notes
#Yosuzume  #Japan  #Japanese folklore 
雁擬き (Ganmodoki) 
Ganmodoki is a fried tofu fritter made with vegetables, egg white and sesame seeds.

雁擬き (Ganmodoki)

Ganmodoki is a fried tofu fritter made with vegetables, egg white and sesame seeds.

— 1 year ago with 32 notes
#Ganmodoki  #Japan  #Japanese food  #Japanese culture 
卵とじ (Tamago-Toji)
Tamago-Toji literally means “egg sealed”. It is any soup or stew over which a beaten egg is poured before serving. Donburi is a modern example.

卵とじ (Tamago-Toji)

Tamago-Toji literally means “egg sealed”. It is any soup or stew over which a beaten egg is poured before serving. Donburi is a modern example.

— 1 year ago with 25 notes
#Tamago-Toji  #Japan  #Japanese food  #Japanese culture 
合点承知 (Gatten-Shouchi)
Gatten-Shouchi in Nagoya, Aichi is located along Otsu-dori in the Osu Shopping Arcade. It is a mini-mall featuring fashion accessories, food stands, and various fortune tellers.

合点承知 (Gatten-Shouchi)

Gatten-Shouchi in Nagoya, Aichi is located along Otsu-dori in the Osu Shopping Arcade. It is a mini-mall featuring fashion accessories, food stands, and various fortune tellers.

— 1 year ago with 10 notes
#Gatten-Shouchi  #Osu Shopping Arcade  #Nagoya  #Aichi  #Japan