Kyoto|The history of Imamiya Shrine’s specialty “Aburi Mochi” and the difference between “Ichiwa” and “Kazariya”

Imamiya Shrine's "Aburi Mochi" is the oldest Japanese confectionery in Japan, dating back to the Heian period. It is called a candy that wards off evil.

The large torii of Imamiya Shrine, which is indispensable in Nishijin, Kyoto, has been revived!

The Otorii of Imamiya Shrine has been revived after 5 years. The construction took about seven months from September 5, 2022 to November 19, 2022. The architecture of shrines and temples is a traditional Japanese craftsmanship that must be handed down to the next generation.

Kyoto | Jonangu Shrine Weeping Plum

"Weeping Plum and Camellia Festival" is being held at Kyoto Jonangu. The "weeping plum" at Jonangu is worth a visit!

Four ways of thinking to see through the essence

We make decisions based on the information we see and hear. And, as a result of unconsciously taking actions based on th...

The area around Kyoto “Uji Park” is a treasure trove of history

"Kyoto Prefectural Uji Park" is an island in the Uji River that flows steadily over a thousand years (a general term for...

Thinning hair is eliminated with a hat and supplements!

It's a Daruma doll with get up eight times even if you make seven rotations! Do you feel that both men and women have th...

Founded 300 years! I eat “eel” at the Kyoto Karasuma “Minokichi” Shijo Karasuma store

I always take care of my mother and take care of my family. We had lunch with gratitude to our busy wife. I went to the ...