By the way, yesterday, “MUJI” opened on the site of Takashimaya in Konandai. Mujirushi Ryohin, MUJI in Japanese, translates as “no-brand quality goods.” MUJI is based on three core principles, which remain unchanged to this day: 1. Quality Materials 2. Less Excess 3. Minimum Packaging It means that there is the first “MUJI” food department in Kanto, so I went there immediately.
The ground floor is the department for household goods and clothing
The food department is on the first basement floor.
Even though it is unbranded, you can see branded products such as Matsuzaka beef and Ashigara beef. lol
There are 3 rooms where you can stay with your pet, and 2 groups including us stayed on that day. Each room has its own small dog park, from which we can enter and exit the room so we don’t even meet other guests.
Speaking of Hamamatsu, eel farming is famous. We bought a long-established Atsumi eel dinner box.
When I pull the yellow string, it heats up and becomes a hot bento!
And next morning came
It is a walk around Lake Hamanako.
A black goat kid is bred on the Harvest grounds, and Konatsu and the black goat are curious about each other.
This is Fujieda’s Chorakuji Temple, and the founder of this Chorakuji Temple is a high priest who was moved from Kamakura Jochiji Temple 800 years ago. That’s why the priest here and I somehow feel a connection and go well together. After this, today’s main event, we will visit Konatsu’s hometown.
In this way, it was only about 30 minutes homecoming, but we were able to have a good time. After this, I headed to Hamamatsu and stayed overnight at Tokyu Harvest Club Hamanako, and I will continue tomorrow.
From a few days ago, only the latest articles on my blog are displayed. I think it’s a configuration problem, but I can’t solve it. Please wait.
５月５日に投稿した記事に何らかの原因があったようで、それを削除したら元に戻りました。 ご迷惑おかけしました。その日の写真だけもう一度アップしておきます。 It seems that there was something wrong with the article posted on May 5th, and when I deleted it, it was restored. I will upload only the photo of the day again.