この時代、今でもそうですけど おいしい情報って本当おいしい、人間、努力をいくらしても 毎日24時間働いても楽になれず、1時間しか働かなくても裕福ってのがあったとしたら 境遇もあるけれども やっぱ、この知識とか情報なんだろうと思いますが、
2017 “Hatsumode” Tosa Inari. As I say every year, the site of Tosa Shokai. It looks like it has the Mitsubishi mark on it.
Happy new year
Hatsumode on January 1, 2017 “Happy New Year” Today is the 4th, but a year goes by so quickly, but it’s already 2017, so it’s a shame! What a pity, it looks like a guitar samurai, but I haven’t seen it recently, what happened? does it matter?
From Namba Shrine to Tosa Inari.
This year, I’m alone for New Year’s visit. First of all, I went to the nearby “Namba Shrine” and “Tosa Inari”, but Namba Shrine is close to Midosuji, so I thought it would be impossible to line up, so I went to Tosa Inari, so he was better. Then, after about 20 minutes of lining up at Tosa Inari Shrine, it was his turn to visit the shrine, but he didn’t have many prayers or wishes, and was he always in good health and safety at home? It should be normal.
Mitsubishi company site created by Yataro Iwasaki.
Tosa Inari Shrine was built by Yataro Iwasaki in the olden days, the site of Mitsubishi’s company, where did it all begin? The view of Mitsubishi Bay from the Glover House in Nagasaki… I’m not sure, but since Glover served Iwasaki after that, I guess it all belongs to Iwasaki. Well, there are many names in Osaka such as Tosabori and Tosa Inari that remind us of the Tosa clan in Kochi. Nagahori-dori was also a river until recently, but I think it was about 60 years ago.
Yataro Iwasaki made a profit by denomination.
Iwasaki has a strong business spirit, which is probably why Tosa Inari Shrine exists, but he didn’t make any money from timber or ships, and the most important thing was that he was involved in national affairs, and he used insider information such as denominations to collect a large amount of old banknotes. I heard that the pods when they were bought and exchanged for new banknotes became a huge asset, but it’s probably information from someone like Goto, who was involved in national politics after the Meiji Restoration.
■ Yataro Iwasaki 1835/1/9~
Tosa feudal retainer
First President of Mitsubishi Zaibatsu
“Tosa Inari” It was a New Year’s visit.
In this day and age, it’s still the case, but delicious information is really delicious. No matter how hard you try, people can’t get comfortable even if they work 24 hours a day. Although there is, after all, I think it’s this knowledge and information, but if you’re honest, you can get good information. “I guess that’s the only difference…” It was a New Year’s visit to “Tosa Inari” that reminds me of such things. I will do my best again this year.