Well, it is the last Tuesday of the year 2023.
Christmas and New Year’s have come and gone in the blink of an eye.
It is thanks to all of you that we are able to spend this year safely. Thank you very much.
Yamani will be closed from December 27.
We apologize for any inconvenience during this period. Thank you for your understanding.
Just a heads up, our next new product shipment is scheduled for January 16th.
Please look forward to it!
Now, new items for this week.
We have prepared a variety of curry items recommended for curry lovers!
Curry will soak into your tired internal organs after the New Year…or will it?
This week’s recommendation: The usual curry dish series
This series focuses on everyone’s favorite curry and rice.
Among them, we recommend this one for use in soup curry.
Warm soup curry in winter. Looks delicious.
The glaze has a nice warm color.
Eating rice served on a plate is very restaurant-like, isn’t it?
Rice bowls are good, but this is also a good way to change the mood.
Also, I personally like these rice molds.
These small things also add to the curry mood!
The retro look is cute.
There are more.
This week we have a lot of curry items.
But we also have 23 new items in stock, including other bargain items!
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Please consider stocking up. Ordering is easy through our website!
Well, this is my last blog update for 2023!
This weekly blog update I’ve been doing since September 2015, if you go back.
Here is the first-like article.
I’ve been doing this for about 8 years now, but I’m not sure how effective it is…
However, I personally enjoy looking back and thinking about what I was doing at that time.
I didn’t write anything about it in the above article, but here it is…
According to an aside, they were going camping.
It looks like the Fumotobara campsite.
I haven’t been there since then.
Eight years ago I kind of shaved my head in the summer.
Then I lived with indescribable hair for about a year.
I thought it was really not a good idea to shave my head just for the heck of it.
So, since I’ve been looking back on the past, I’d like to talk about this year.
I’ll put up some photos that caught my eye at random.
At the entrance of the New Year Trade Fair.
Suezaemon is a headpiece that I somehow made for a friend’s wedding.
This year, I went to Hida Furukawa and Takayama several times due to the activities of the Mizunami Junior Chamber of Commerce.
I went to Hida Furukawa for the first time and enjoyed the quaint townscape so much that I recommend everyone to visit.
You can enjoy Hida Furukawa and Takayama as a set.
I realized that it has already been three years since this truck came to Yamani.
It’s so early.
I got a ticket and watched the game for the first time with my child.
I don’t know anything about the players, but it was so exciting and fun.
This is a mixer from UHA Ajikakugakko that I found at a local Yamada Denki store for 400 yen.
It seems to be for grinding gummy bears, but it can basically grind anything, so I use it for various purposes.
For some reason, Mocchi comes to see it when he cuts his nails.
Is the sound bothering you?
This year, the fireworks display in Mizunami City was able to be held as usual due to the fact that Corona Akemashita was held.
Kogiso was able to participate in the event on the management side.
Thank you to everyone who sponsored the event and helped with the activities 😊.
Mocchi-chan, aka Mocchi Mocchi, is 15 years old.
Fifteen years old is quite old in the bird world.
But we hope he will live a long life.
The warehouse at Yamani, which has been tidied up for a while, has not changed in the past few years.
Since about this summer, my child has been saying “Sadogashima…” frequently, and because of this, we went to Sadogashima.
This year, I went to Takeshima for the first time in a while to see the Yurikamome.
I went to see the Yurikamome, but there were not many of them, probably because the weather was still warm.
Instead, there were many hawks and they were very powerful.
And with that, I looked back on 2023 as appropriate.
We look forward to working with you again in 2024.