また、途中で寺があって その境内にお邪魔しましたが 誰もいなくって いい感じの境内でしたが、
The recent Ise “Okage Yokocho” area… Ise udon and Akafuku mochi are very good.
I went to Okage Yokocho.
It’s a misunderstanding, but I didn’t know at all that the street I thought was “Okage Yokocho” in the past was actually Oharaimachi Street, and that Okage Yokocho was the area around the street before I got there. For the time being, take the bus from Ujiyamada and get off at Ise Naiku-mae, and walk about to the left. For the time being, go through the side streets to Akafuku’s place. The other side was dry, and this time I wanted to go to the tea shop on the bank of the river for the first time in a while, but when I went there, I couldn’t find such a shop even if I walked to the right or to the left. I did.
I ate Ise Udon.
Also, I asked people in nearby shops, and they told me that it seemed like it, but I couldn’t find it. Getting hungry on the way, she decided to eat “Ise udon”, which was simple and quite delicious. When I entered the store, she was listening to the air conditioner again and said “cool”. Also, barley tea is delicious, it feels like I’m taking a break to make it. So I will have “Ise udon”. The characteristic of Ise udon is that his udon is not chewy, and when it comes to Shikoku udon, he says it is chewy and delicious, but he has no elasticity, it is thick and a little soft. Pour soup over it and eat it. It seems that he devised it so that people in the old days could easily eat it quickly as a way to easily fill up their stomachs on the way to Ise-san. It’s kind of like that.
Enjoy summer in the temple grounds.
Mata, tochū de tera ga atte sono keidai ni ojamashimashita ga dare mo inakutte ī kanji no keidaideshitaga, shinryoku no midori to semi no nakigoe, soreto teritsukeru taiyō ga metcha atsukutte natsu tte kanji no fūkei de tokuni tera no keidai ni wa ki ga atte sono Ki ni semi ga iru, kore ga sukidesu. Nan sō no tera ka wa wakarimasenga, iriguchi no tokoro ni jūdō no dōjō ga aru mitaina koto o kaite ite kono tera de jūdō o oshie teru n datte omotte sore mo natsukashikatta. Chīsana koro ni tera no dōjō ni tomodachi to kayotte ite sonokoro no koto o omoidashita. Okonatteta dōjō wa tera no chika ni atte tatami ga shiite atte jūdō to aikidō o oshiete ita. Kono tera mo chika ni dōjō ga aru no ka ~? Toka omoinagara, keidai o bo ~ to miwatashi teta, sukoshi shashin mo torinagara.
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Also, there was a temple on the way, and I visited the precincts of the precincts, but the precincts had a nice feeling with no one there. I especially like the fact that there are trees in the precincts of the temple, and there are cicadas in those trees. I don’t know what sect this temple belongs to, but it said that there was a judo dojo at the entrance, and he felt nostalgic because he thought judo was being taught at this temple. When I was little, I used to go to the temple dojo with my friends, and it reminded me of those days. The dojo I went to was in the basement of a temple with tatami mats and taught judo and aikido. Does this temple also have an underground dojo? While thinking about that, I looked around the precincts, taking some pictures.
Couldn’t find the store.
Then, when I went out of the gate of the temple, there was a sweltering crowd of people, even though it was a weekday, it was Ise Jingu, and there were many people. So, once again, I decided to look for a nostalgic tea shop that I used to come to. Going back and forth on Oharaimachi Street, he bought Akafuku Mochi as a souvenir, which is a specialty of Ise. Also, this area is Toba, so oysters. In Mie Prefecture, there is a famous place called Matoya, and he is delicious because he can be eaten raw. This oyster boiled in soy is also delicious, and the black flesh is crispy and delicious. , I went to a shop that looked like it, and he got a cake and something like that. “It doesn’t look like much~” The store was also full of people, but since it’s Ise Jingu, it can’t be helped…? .