3/22/2013

shinise traditional store

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shinise 老舗 a long-established store
traditional store, store with a long history of at least 5 generations



There were many shinise in Edo, some holding on to our time of Tokyo.
A lot of them are located around Nihonbashi, since that was the center of commerce in Edo, with easy access for boats from Osaka and other parts of Japan via the canals.

One important item of a shop was its

. noren 暖簾 door curtain .

noren o wakeru
 暖簾を分ける to share a noren, give the same noren to someone else, for example a child or worker who has the trust of the store keeper. Setting up a branch store.

noren o mamoru 暖簾を守る "to protect the noren", keep the good traditions up.

noren ni kizu ga tsuku 暖簾に傷がつく "the noren has been wounded" or soiled,
the good reputation of the store has been damaged

shinise is a word used by others to compliment a good traditional store, it is not a word that the shopkeeper should use when talking about his own business.

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During the Edo period, a book was published with the most popular stores in town.


Edo kaimono hitori annai 江戸買物獨案内 Shopping in Edo
featuring more than 2600 stores and shops.


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Some of the stores of Edo were clever enough to have their noren added to woodblock prints of beautiful women - a kind of advertisement of the time.

One favorite was


bien senjokoo 美艶仙女香

The store Sakamotoya 坂本屋 selling oshiroi 白粉 the white powder for faces.

江戸のススメ #50
- reference : edonosusume.jp -

. oshiroi, o-shiroi (hakufun) おしろい / 白粉 white face powder .

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The Nihonbashi bridge served as the starting point for the five Gokaido roads, and the Nihonbashi area thrived as the center of Japan's economy in the Edo period. This area still features numerous longstanding shops that continue to do business today while preserving and cultivating Japanese traditions.
This page introduces famous shops and restaurants that are unique to the Nihonbashi area. Here you will find places that serve up the "flavors of Edo," cultivated over a long history. You'll also find shops that sell masterwork craft objects for everyday life made by artisans who have inherited longstanding lineages of traditional techniques.

Edo Gourmet Cuisine
Nihonbashi Benmatsu-Souhonten (lunch boxes for celebrations) 弁松
Ningyocho Imahan (sukiyaki and shabu-shabu)
Ningyocho Shinodazushi Souhonten (sushi)
Tenmo (tempura)
Toriyasu (aigamo duck cuisine)

Edo Specialties

Eitaro Sohonpo (Japanese sweets)
Kanmo (hanpen and kamaboko fish cakes)
. Ninben (dried bonito flakes and seasonings) .
Nihonbashi-Funasa (tsukudani: fish boiled in soy sauce)
Ningyoyaki Honpo Itakuraya (Ningyoyaki: small buns with the faces of deities)
Sembikiya-Sohonten (fruit, fruit parlor, restaurant)
Yamamoto Noriten (nori (dried seaweed))
Yamamotoyama (teas and nori (dried seaweed))

Edo Masterworks
Chikusen (yukata robes) . Edo Yukata 江戸浴衣 .
Edoya (brushes)
Haibara (Japanese paper)
Hamacho Takatora (dyed goods)
Ibasen (folding "sensu" fans and handheld "uchiwa" fans)
Kiya (blades and daily tools)
Kuroeya (lacquer ware)
Murata-Gankyoho (glasses)
Ozu Washi (Japanese paper)
Saruya (toothpicks)
Shirokiya Denbe (brooms)
Ubukeya (knives, scissors, and tweezers)
Zohiko (lacquer ware)

- - - - check the hyperlinks :
source : nihonbashi-tokyo.jp





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assorted crackers from Asakusa shinise


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. Echigoya 越後屋 and Mitsui 三井 .

. gooshoo 豪商 The rich merchants of Edo .

. Nihonbashi in Edo 日本橋  .


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百年の老舗を守り藍植うる
hyakunen no shinise o mamori ai uuru

they protect the store
of a hundred years history -
planting indigo

Tr. Gabi Greve


. Inahata Teiko 稲畑汀子 .


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うぐひすや暗き老舗の吉野葛 斎藤道子
きさらぎの一夜をやどる老舗かな 飯田蛇笏 山廬集
どぜう鍋老舗の床の黒光り 村井信子
はとバスが老舗に並ぶ鰻の日 中西永年(橡)
ほの暗き京の老舗や白桔梗 岡部名保子
まだ栄ゆ老舗猿飴七五三 水原秋桜子
もてなしは祇園老舗の花氷 水原春郎
ゆきずりの老舗で買ひぬ笹粽 高見孝子

カステラの老舗灯す夏暖簾 中尾杏子
ビルの間の老舗さきがけ松立つる 和田暖泡
ブティックの隣の老舗年守る 和田郁子
今に尚火桶使ひて老舗なる 服部夢酔
仕事場の見ゆる老舗や柏餅 真乗坊とみゑ
修司の遺影かんかん帽を置く老舗 遠井雨耕
初桜老舗に飾る菓子木型 鈴木フミ子
吊し柿して奈良墨の老舗たり 伊藤柏翠
品書の煤け老舗のどぜう鍋 瀬川としひで

夜も更けて霧に灯ながす老舗宿 高澤良一 素抱
大羽子板老舗の帳場ふさぎけり 佐藤瑠璃
姑より嫁が呆けて老舗の冬 宮坂静生 青胡桃
子燕の老舗育ちと駅育ち 小野とみゑ
巣燕に墨の老舗の太格子 岡本差知子
御題菓子並び老舗のにぎはへり 池田栄子
数へ日や老舗の土間の大かまど 小林沙久子
新海苔やビルに老舗の暖簾かけ 黒米松青子
新茶汲む狭山老舗に茶の香満ち 及川貞 夕焼
春寒しさら地となりし老舗跡 山内 功

水かげろふ映る老舗の春障子 廣田宏美
水取を待つ奈良ぞ佳き墨老舗 桂 樟蹊子
水打つて老舗の灯影息づけり 鈴木漱玉
水打つて葛の老舗も吉野建 中村陽子

甘酒の老舗はくらし年の市 水原秋桜子
甘酒の老舗はくらし歳の市 秋櫻子
白牡丹河岸の老舗夕かげる 柴田白葉女 遠い橋

秋時雨みちのく老舗蔵づくり 福田蓼汀 秋風挽歌
自動ドア付けて老舗のさくら餅 八巻絹子
草餅や橋のたもとにして老舗 飴山實
蓬莱や老舗めでたき御用墨 高橋淑子
藪入りの死語となりたる老舗町 佐藤 豊
西陣の老舗や寒の竹暖簾 中松疎水
走り蕎麦老舗奥行深きかな 水原春郎
鉾粽飛び交ふ下の老舗かな 佐々木紅春
鎌倉彫老舗のおかみ秋袷 矢澤一止
雛納して閉店となる老舗 稲畑廣太郎
香焚いて雪の老舗のクリスマス 伊東宏晃
鮟鱇鍋老舗しづかに客満ちて 佐久間木耳郎
黄落や老舗床屋の回転灯 長田青蝉

source : HAIKUreikuDB

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