この”おひさま”って物語は戦後の日本で 教師をこの地域でやってた女性の一生のものがたりですが、若い時にこの女性の兄の友達を好きになって その兄は秀才でしたが戦争で死んで 好きだった兄の友達も別の女性と一緒になった？のかな～。
Speaking of Nagano, “Azumino” is the murmuring of the river.
“Ohisama” in NHK Taiga
For some reason I wanted to go to the place named Azumino because there was an NHK Taiga titled “Ohisama”, and after watching it on an Amazon video, I thought it was a pretty beautiful place, and if I had the chance, I’d definitely go see it. I thought it would be great, but it felt like I finally had the opportunity.
The hero returns to this Azumino
This “Ohisama” story tells the life story of a woman who worked as a teacher in this area in post-war Japan. Did the friend of your older brother who you loved die with another woman? I wonder if ~. Shortly before that, the main character, mother, father, older brother, another older brother, and his family moved to this area and became friends with the people of this area. His older brother died in the war, and he started aiming to become a doctor instead of his dead brother.The second brother likes the main character’s friend, and the brother who died in the war also likes another friend of the main character. Together with the main character, we have three female friends, but these have been good friends for a long time. Inside, the husband goes to war and wants to come back. Everyone who comes out is kind to everyone, and in the end, the main character returns to this Azumino and runs her cafe or something while living in a white house? Is it a pension? It’s a story that feels like a grandchild is also made, but at the end, the three friends, including the main character, became an aunt, and she was Fumiko Wakao, Tetsuko Kuroyanagi, and Mariko Kaga. ….
It’s hard to find it locally now.
The scenery of this river in Azumino that appears in it is very nice. It’s a small river flow, but he’s a nice landscape. So I went to Azumino to look for this scenery, but I couldn’t find it. There is a big river, but there are no small streams. I don’t know why, but when I got off the bridge over the big river, there was a place where “Rainbow trout” or something like that was farmed. I wonder if this scenery is precious these days. As the times have become very modern and the climate has changed, he is going to destroy nature. After the war, it was only recently that roads around the world were turned to asphalt and concrete walls and bridges were built. It will become, but in parallel, nature will be destroyed. It feels a little lonely, but that wonderful sight will decrease year by year.