Hi, Thank you very much for coming to my blog. Today I'd like to show you some pictures I took at the seaside in Kanazawa last weekend. Actually I walked at the seaside of the Japan Sea for the first time. I have the different image between the Pacific Ocean and the Japan Sea. For example, I feel like the Pacific Ocean has a blue sky and the Japan Sea has a cloudy sky. So, these pictures match with my image. And I found a plastic bottle of Russian when we were walking at the beach. Wow, it arrived from Russia, didn't it?! Then we also found some plastic bottles of Chinese or Korean. It was interesting! Yeah, I felt again, we were at the seaside of Japan Sea!
Hi, Thank you very much for coming to my blog always. I went to Kanazawa with my husband on weekend. It was overnight trip and we had many plans, so a little busy trip, but the weather was perfect and we enjoyed sightseeing and eating delicious food.
Well, have you ever seen the things of winter in Kanazawa such as "Yukitsuri" and " Komokake"? These are the things to protect trees or earthen wall from snow. And these are made by straws. It was great! I thought it seems like a art. Yeah, we had a wonderful time! I'd like to go to Kanazawa again.
Hi, thank you very much for coming to my blog. How was your weekend? I hope you have a wonderful time.
Well, we saw the beautiful blue sky and sea, and the white Mt.Fuji from Shonan today. It was a sunny and very cold windy day, so the view was really clear! How beautiful!
By the way, my husband made Kurumi-Yubeshi today. Kurumi-Yubeshi is a famous traditional sweet in Fukushima prefecture. It is kneaded rice cake with rice powder, sugar, walnuts and black sesame. He loves it. And he found how to cook of Kurumi-Yubeshi in a newspaper Yesterday, so he wanted to make it.
Yeah, he likes cooking.
This is Kurumi-Yubeshi by my husband. It looks good, right? Yes, it was so delicious!
Hi,Thanks for coming to my blog. Do you know the new year's traditional food events such as Nanakusagayu and Kagamibiraki? There are some special traditional food events during the year in Japan. Nanakusagayu is rice porridge with the seven grasses of spring, and we usually eat it for breakfast on January 7 as a way of wishing for good health throughout the year. And we usually take down kagamimochi( mirror-shaped rice cakes used in New Year's displays), divided up, and cook Zenzai(Oshiruko) with sweet red beans soup on January 11. We call it Kagamibiraki. I made Nanakusagayu and Zenzai(for Kagamibiraki) and ate them with my family this year too. I wish we all have good health and happiness!
Hi, Thank you very much for coming to my blog. I really appreciate your visit as always. How was your new year's holidays? I had many plans and happy time.
By the way, I got a message from one of my friends last year. I was very glad to read it and moved to tears by the content. Because it was about my cotton seeds that I gave to her before. And she wished so that I would be able to get a tender future like this cotton.
I wish 2014 will be a wonderful year for you. And I'm very happy if I can share something with you. Yeah, I'd like to spend precious time on my life with smile this year too. Thank you；）