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[Naruto City] First Time to Otsukai - Kiln Mori Toki - Part 2 [Otani Ware]

Last time at Mori Pottery, Dice Tokushima thoroughly enjoyed Otani ware for the first time, being overwhelmed by the beautiful coffee cup shelves and discovering Tamori-san. After finishing his initial goal of "finding and buying tableware," he decided to explore outside the store. …… When I left the restaurant, I found a tunnel under the shade of a tree. As we left the store, the piercing midsummer sun was threatening to hit us. However, there was a route in front of us that was covered with trees and seemed to be shaded by them. It seemed that we could avoid ...

[Naruto City] First Time to Otsukai - Kiln Mori Toki - Part 1 [Otani Ware]

One day in July. I was on my way to Naruto in a car driven by a senior to do an errand job of "buying Otani-yaki tableware. I was listening to my seniors' conversation, thinking, "It's been years since I rode in the back seat of a car. Starting from the back of Iya, well, Naruto is a long way away lol. First of all, it takes about an hour to get to Ikeda Town, which is also in Miyoshi City. It takes an hour to get on the highway, and then another hour and a half or two hours ...

Nishi-Iya] Guden Guden at Onomiya Izakaya, a beloved local izakaya [Crushed

A senior colleague at work invited me to a beloved local tavern. Before these times, we used to have year-end parties (called "drinking parties") so that we would "forget the year several times a year," and we used to have reunion parties (called "drinking parties") several times a year, and we used to celebrate something or other throughout the year, and we used to drink a lot on the pretext of celebrating. It had been more than three full years since I had been to an izakaya, and I could not contain my elation on the way to the restaurant. ...

Iya Soba Restaurant, Soba Noodle Soup, etc.

If there were a "must-try when you come to Iya" ranking, there is one dish that would probably be in the Hall of Fame after being voted No. 1 for several years in a row. That is Iya soba. Iya soba has appeared on this site several times and has been introduced several times. I like this ultimately simple and rustic soba. The reason why I like it so much is because it calms me down. So this time, I would like to introduce a soba noodle restaurant deep in the mountains in Higashi-Iya. The name of the restaurant is ...

The road to complete domination of Cafe & Ghibier 2 [Wild Deer Cheeseburger

Last time, I said to Mr. Yokogawa, the representative of Cafe & Ghibier, "I will come to eat all kinds of food. I promised him that I would come back about once a month. To keep that promise, and because I wanted to try that delicious gibier burger again, I went to Oboke Roadside Station again on my day off. There was no representative this time.(Maybe I was just lucky last time.)I went to the counter with this thought in mind. A menu with many items. However, having decided what to order by the time I arrived at the restaurant, ...

The man loved by the mountain and] Diceke Tokushima's Yamainuake Challenge 3 [The God of the Mountain Meets the God of the Mountain

Me walking along the mossy path. Caught in cobwebs many times along the way, swinging my stick around, occasionally filming with my GoPro and drinking Aquarius. I was sweating at 6:00 in the morning. The temperature must have been below 30 degrees Celsius, but I couldn't stop sweating. As I was wiping the sweat off my neck with a towel, I found another backward sign. Again, I ran up to it and turned around to see ……. It's a mountain god. Actually, this was another point that I had researched beforehand and was curious about. I just saw "Yama no ...

I, who have a phobia of puppets, enjoyed Awa Ningyo Joruri in person for the first time.

Yes, let's go see Ningyo Joruri! Ningyo joruri (puppet drama) is a stage performance in which puppets are moved by three black actors, another narrator takes on the role of the character, and a different shamisen player expresses the psychological aspects of the story. I'm actually a "man who is afraid of dolls". I don't know why, but I have been afraid of them since I was a child. (Maybe because I was a child who read facial expressions, and I was afraid of dolls that couldn't do that.) However, while listening to Junji Inagawa's "Iki-Ningyo" the night before, I ...

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