#Nebuta at Wa Rasse closing party.
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Want to try sweeeeet onigiri?
OSEKIHAN, or literally red rice, is a special dish eaten all over Japan at times of celebration, made by cooking mochi rice together with red beans. They are usually ate with GOMASHIO, sesami and salt.
However, here in Aomori, OSEKIHAN is cooked with sugar!
You can have a try of this sweet onigiri at convenience stores (I found this at a Lawson), so check out this local speciality!
Early morning visit to #Jomon archaeological site #SannaiMaruyama.
Water over the rocky surface of Osorezan « contaminated » by the sulfuric residues
from Tumblr: http://psi-tohoku.tumblr.com/post/127867686919
The PSi 2015 TOHOKU cluster took a head start on 28th August with a marvellous visit to Osorezan (恐山, Mount Fear), a one day field trip to one of the most famous spiritual mountains of Japan.
Opening ceremony visualizing the connection between #psi-tohoko and the Cook Islands conference.
E nga tangata whenua, tena koutou katoa
To the people of this land, greetings to you [as we gather]
E rere ana aku mihi i Aotearoa ki Hapanihi
My greetings flow from New Zealand to Japan
Mai I te maunga o Nga Kohatu Whakakaraka a Tamatea to Osorezan
From the hills of Lyttelton harbour to Osorezan
from Tumblr: http://psi-tohoku.tumblr.com/post/127684713200