A good harvest of Persimmon in the eighth year to plant! Really as the saying goes!
I made the “yokan” – sweet past jelly – of the Persimmon served with “Kinako” – soybean flour. The cast-iron-plant leaves are laid as often used for the dish of Japanese food. The plant is easy to grow and very useful.
A lot of fruits of heavenly bamboo were made well this year.
In the picture book, there appear many things in my house. First of all, this is a beanbags made with pieces of old cloth.Shibawanko is good at needlework, so I tried to make my own. I worked so hard. “Meisen” and “Chirimen” cloth are so pretty.
Next is a duster made from old cloth. This is easy to make, just rip and bundle cloth.
Last is a Hibachi brazier often appeared from the first volume. I brought it from my parents’ house.