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2009/08/08

BACKUP - Daruma Food LINKS

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Daruma Food LINKS


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Below is a backup from July 2012.





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Akachochin CHOOCHIN, lanterns 提灯とだるま
Ame, dagashi <> Sweets  飴、駄菓子
Anko, sweet bean paste Daruma 餡子だるま , だるまあん

Azuki Daruma 小豆を「達磨」made from Red Beans

Bentoobako ― Lunchbox with Daruma Bentoobako 弁当箱
Bon, 盆 a tray

CHA 茶 The world of TEA and Daruma

Coasters
Cookies だるまクッキー
Daruma sweets

Cups and Mugs
..... Guinomi ぐい飲み Tea Cups
Cup soup <> カップラーメン Cup Ramen, Cup Raamen
Curry from GLICO グリコカレー / glico カレー職人 Gookaku 合格 to pass the examination

Fukudama Fukudama 迎春福玉 Sweets
Fukutoku Senbei - Waffles for Good Luck from Kanazawa
福徳せんべい

Gokoku hojo .. 五穀豊穣 (gokoku hoojoo)
Prayers for a Bountiful Harvest of the Five Grains

Hamburger Cotelettes KATSU Daruma Food
..... 合格祈願エビカツバーガー to pass examinations
Hashi, O-Hashi ... Chopsticks お箸 おはし
Hashi oki ... chopstick rests 箸置き

Juken Food 受験フーズ Examination Hell Food, January 2007

Kabocha Daruma as Pumpkinかぼちゃ達磨, かぼちゃだるま
Kagome Food for Exam Students カゴメ 
Kashigata 菓子型 <> Cake Molds from wood
..... Kashigata 菓子型 Cake mold from iron
..... Kashi bin 菓子ビン <> Glass for cookies
Katsuobushi kezuriki かつおぶし削り器 cutter for bonito flakes
Keeki だるまケーキ Cakes decorated with Daruma

Maekake ... Apron 前掛け
Masamune
Daruma Masamune 達磨正宗 Aged Rice wine
Mito Kōmon .. 水戸黄門 Tokugawa Mitsukuni 徳川 光圀

Nabe ... だるま鍋 ... Cooking pot and restaurant
Natto 納豆 ... Fermented Beans
Noren ... Door Curtains 暖簾 のれん


Pan, Daruma pan だるまパン Daruma bread and
Daruma monaka だるまもなか Daruma wafers

Parfait Daruma ..... パフェだるま Food Art

RESTAURANTS . . . More . . . DARUMA Restaurants

Sable Cakes from Kawasaki 川崎大師名物 大人気 元祖ダルマサブレー
Salt and Pepper Shaker Shio Koshoo Ire . 塩コショウ入れ. 塩胡椒入れ

Sake, Ricewine and Daruma 酒.....
Sakazuki 杯 small cups / 達磨タンブラー . Tumbler Daruma

Sankuro, Dondo Yaki and Spring Fire Ceremonies 三九郎とだるま 
(Sankuroo)
Sara - Plates お皿にだるま
Senbei だるませんべい Rice Crackers
Sencha 煎茶 <> Tea with Daruma see > CHA
Shamoji しゃもじ <> Rice Spoon, Ladle
Snacks with Daruma スナック Food
Soba 蕎麦 そば <> Daruma Eating Buckwheat Noodles
SUSHI . Daruma Sushi だるま 寿司

TABEMONO More about FOOD with Daruma

Taiyaki たい焼き waffle in form of a sea bream
Tamago ... 卵だるま, たまごだるま, タマゴダルマEggs and Daruma

TEA and Daruma : Cha
The world of TEA and Daruma Introduction

Tokkuri ― Drinking Hot Sake with Daruma  徳利とだるま
Tsumayooji (tsumajoji) 爪楊枝 つまようじ <> Toothpicks-holder

Udon Noodles with Daruma 達磨にうどん ウドン

Vinegar Tasters, The three Vinegar Tasters of Chinese Art

Wasabi わさびだるま  Japanese Horseradish called "Daruma"

wine 達磨寺ワイン Darumadera Red Wine

Yunomi ― Drinking Tea with Daruma  湯のみとだるまさん/ Guinomi





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Daruma (tags in the WASHOKU BLOG)

Daruma (tags in this DARUMA BLOG)

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2007/06/15

Natto Beans

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Natto ... Fermented Beans 納豆



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From Mito : Daruma Natto



And another packing



© www.darumanatto.jp / だるま食品株式会社




The famous Mito Komon was very fond of Natto !

. Mito Kōmon 水戸黄門 Tokugawa Mitsukuni 徳川 光圀 .

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Nattō, Nattoo, Nattoh, Nattou
is a traditional Japanese food made from fermented soybeans, popular especially at breakfast. A rich source of protein, nattō and the soybean paste miso formed a vital source of nutrition in feudal Japan. For some, nattō can be an acquired taste due to its powerful smell, strong flavor, and sticky consistency. In Japan nattō is most popular in the eastern regions including Kantō and Tohoku.

History
The materials and tools needed to produce nattō (soybeans and straw) were commonly available in Japan since ancient times, so the discovery could have happened as early as in the Jōmon period. It may also be possible that the product was discovered independently by numerous people at different times. The sources differ about the earliest origin of nattō. One source puts the first use of nattō in the Jōmon period between 10,000 and 300 BC. According to other sources the product may also have originated in China during the Zhou Dynasty (1134 - 246 BC).

Another story is that Yoshiie Minamoto was on a battle campaign in northeastern Japan between 1056 and 1063 and another campaign between 1086 and 1088 when one day in 1083 they were attacked while boiling soybeans for their horses. They hurriedly packed up the beans, and did not open the straw bags until a few days later, at which time the beans had fermented. The soldiers ate it anyway, and liked the taste, so they offered some to Yoshiie, who also liked the taste.

One significant change in the production of nattō happened in the Taisho period (1912 - 1926), when researchers discovered a way to produce a nattō starter culture containing Bacillus natto without the need for straw. This greatly simplified the production process and enabled more consistent results.

It is often said in Japan that nattō is good for health, and these claims can be backed by medical research.
Read much more here ! © WIKIPEDIA


nattokinase ナットキナーゼ enzyme of natto
good for your health, especially the joints of the knees when getting older.
People in Mito have much less knee problems !!


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We eat natto almost every day!
There are quite a few brands with Daruma lately, mostly with the slogan:

nebarizuyoi, be sticky like natto!

nebarikatsu, be sticky and win !






Gookaku Daruma 「合格だるま」 from Takano Foods
To Pass the Examinations !




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With Daruma from Shirakawa
福島・白河の だるま納豆

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A brand from Hokkaido,
Hakodate Daruma Natto

函館だるま 経木納豆


. http://www.rakuten.co.jp/darumahonpo/

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Kokeshi Natto 納豆こけし Wooden Dolls


source : zenmaitarow




黒石こけし納豆 From Kuroishi town


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Natto Dishes 納豆料理

nebari donburi ねばり丼 sticky food on rice
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with okura, tororo grated mountain tubers, ikura salmon roe, nameko mushrooms, sticky konbu seaweed and on top of it Natto with an egg of a quail.


karaage nattoo, kara age nattoo 唐揚納豆 deep fried natto

nattoo chaahan 納豆チャーハン fried rice with natto

nattoojiru, nattoo jiru 納豆汁 miso soup with natto

nattoo karee 納豆カレー curry with natto

nattoo omuretsu 納豆オムレツ omelette with natto

nattoo tenpura 納豆天ぷら tenpura from natto
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nattoo tenpura soba 納豆天ぷらそば
buckwheat noodles with natto tenpura

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. nattoobachi 納豆鉢 bowl to stir natto .



It has a handle to hold it firm, a round bottom to stir the beans, is big enough to add some topping and has a sprout to pour the mix on a bowl of rice for breakfast.

They are made by various potters, especially in Kasama.

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Natto from Mito
I had stopped by natto restaurant Tenmasa for a nebari donburi (sticky rice bowl) lunch. This item, which is definitely in the running for the title of the world's slimiest dish, consists of toro imo (grated mountain tuber), okra, salmon roe, nameko mushrooms, a type of kombu (kelp) and natto garnished with a raw quail's egg placed atop a large bowl of rice.

Many foreigners here can never get used to the stuff. "It's fetid, slimy and visually repellent," a lady friend from the U.K. once exclaimed to me. In its defense, I would just add that natto is an inexpensive, healthy food that lends itself to a variety of preparations. For about ¥80 for a 50-gram pack, natto boasts around eight grams of protein and only 100 or so calories, making it far cheaper and healthier than animal protein. Incidence of stroke is said to be statistically lower in parts of Japan with high natto consumption.

Before heading for home, I stopped by the Tengu Natto factory 水戸天狗納豆
five minutes from Mito Station. I also toured the small museum upstairs, which, along with panels introducing the company's history, features an exhibit demonstrating traditional natto-production methods.
source : japantimes.co.jp


納豆展示館 Natto Tenjikan Museum
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水戸天狗納豆(株)笹沼五郎商店
TEL:029-225-2121





nattongu  なっトング tongue to grab natto,
like an open spoon to eat easily.


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natto - kigo for winter


. Matsuo Basho 松尾芭蕉 - Archives of the WKD .






納豆切る音しばし待て鉢叩き
nattoo kiru oto shibashi mate hachi tataki

wait awhile
cut the soybeans to the sound
of monks beating bowls

Tr. Tr. Reichhold


hold for a moment
the sound of slicing soybeans
bowl beating

Tr. Barnhill

According to Jane Reichhold,
"'Nattoo' is a traditional food made from fermented soybeans. Finely chopped onion leaves, mustard greens, and seaweed were often added to the soybeans."


the sound of chopping
fermented soy beans stops for a while -
Hachitataki ritual

Tr. Gabi Greve


Natto is part of the daily food in Buddhist temples and monasteries. Chopped natto can be added to a soup. So the meaning is
"Since it's during a ritual of hachi tataki (beating a bowl/bowls),
please wait for cutting natto for a while."
Thanks to
- : Yoshiko McFarland


Hachi Tataki 鉢叩 鉢敲, 鉢扣 
First yearly Memorial Service for Kuuya Shoonin
. Kuya Shonin, (903-72) 空也上人 .
kigo for the New Year

With another haiku by Basho.


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source : shigoto-creator.com - いずみ朔庵

nattoo uri 納豆売り natto vendor in Edo

He was the earliest in town every morning,
waking everybody with his loud shouting.

納豆のあとからばつたばたとくる
nattoo no ato kara batta bata to kuru

after the natto vendor
they come out making noise (on the road)
pitter patter pitter patter



Natto was sold only in winter on the streets of  the early Edo period. But during the end of the Edo period it was also sold in summer.

納豆をたたきあきると春が来る
nattoo o tataki-akiru to haru ga kuru

just when I get fed up
with chopping natto beans
spring is coming



source : rim27.exblog.jp

They hacked and chopped the natto beans into small pieces and sold them like that (tataki nattoo 叩き納豆) for people to prepare a fast soup for breakfast (nattoo jiru 納豆汁).

. Doing Business in Edo  江戸の商売 Food vendors .

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natto Yokai Monsters 納豆妖怪いろいろ
and more food yokai monsters
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More FOOD with Daruma !

WASHOKU : Dishes from Ibaraki prefecture


WASHOKU ... Japanese Food SAIJIKI



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2008/03/01

Kagome Food

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Kagome Dishes for Exam Students





Omlet Rice

03 Kagome omlett rice



Chicken Rice

02 Kagome chicken rice



Meat Doria

01 Kagome meat doria

More about Kagome Food  カゴメ 


Photo from Ishino San !




Risotto





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..... More about FOOD with Daruma

Juken Food 受験フーズ Examination Hell Food, January 2007


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2010/02/01

Curry Glico examination

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Curry for Exams 2010

from GLICO グリコカレー / glico カレー職人

It is examinatin time again. 
There are many food itmes with a Daruma to encuorage students to pass the examinations.

These three types of Curry feature some games on the backside, to help children concentrate.



with three different eyes

01 Daruma curry from GLICO



fiery eyes

02 fire eyes



black eyes

03 black eyes



closed eyes

05 closed eyes


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GAMES on the back of the packages

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04 who is who
Try to find the corresponding Daruma.



06 pictures to compare




07 two pictures END
Try to find the spots which are different !




GLICO Reference

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Juken Food 受験フーズ
Examination Hell Food, collection from January 2007


Hamburger Cotelettes KATSU Daruma Food
合格祈願エビカツバーガー to pass examinations


. Gookaku Daruma 合格だるま Examination Daruma  


. WASHOKU
MORE Daruma CURRY
 


Daruma Museum

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2009/05/16

Cookies

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Daruma Cookies だるまクッキー

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From Gunma


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CLICK for original ... darumaya.cc/catlog_cookie.html

with a lot of almonds

From Darumaya Sweets だるまやスイーツ
Darumaya Confectionery、Yamagata
http://darumaya.cc/


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puchi Daruma チビだるま small Daruma cookies



福を呼ぶ男、チビだるま型のお菓子



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Two homemade Daruma cookies, one is the red ridinghood
akazukin

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wagawagashi.seesaa.net/category/5497470-1.html


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開運だるまクッキー Good Luck Daruma Cookie

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CLICK for more Daruma Cookies

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. WASHOKU
Daruma Cookies from Nara


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- - - MORE delicious Daruma kukkii at TsubameDo
- source : 焼き菓子 つばめどう日記

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. Mingei Kukkii みんげいクッキー Mingei Folk Art Cookies .



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和べっこう飴 Japanese Bekko Candy

Kitkat - Kit Kat キットカット Daruma


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More FOOD with Daruma ! in the Daruma Museum

Snacks with Daruma スナック Food

Tabemono <> 食べ物  Food with Daruma / Album


WASHOKU : DARUMA and Food

だるまパフェ Daruma parfait


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2008/07/10

Restaurant Kushikatsu

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Restaurant Kushikatsu Daruma ...
串カツ『だるま』

Osaka, Shinsekai 大阪・新世界

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There is an old saying, Osaka no kui-daore— literally, Osaka people want good food even if they have to go broke for it. But we can take it to mean simply that Osaka people expect their food to be very tasty. One popular Osaka treat is kushi-age.

To make kushi-age, take small pieces of meat and vegetables, place them on a thin wooden skewer, coat them in a wheat flour batter, sprinkle on breadcrumbs, then drop them in a deep fryer. A ready-to-eat skewer is quite cheap (about 100 yen) in just about any shop or restaurant. Kushi-age are considered a down-to-earth, working-class snack, best eaten just out of the fryer at a counter, perhaps with a beer in hand.

You are likely to see outlets selling them in busy parts of Osaka, especially in the Shin Sekai (“New World”) district of Naniwa Ward. The district’s most impressive feature is the Tsutenkaku Tower, Osaka’s answer to the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Near the tower is a jumble of eating and drinking establishments, mixed in with small stores.

The district may not be large, but it has an impressive number of shops serving kushi-age, each one trying to outdo the next. One of them, Daruma, claims to have started the craze— it dates from 1929.

It was the first shop to serve kushi-katsu, skewered pieces of beef.
Daruma has a counter but no tables, and it is so small that it can only serve seven or eight customers at a time. The unwritten rule here is to eat, pay and run, so you almost never have to wait long, in spite of the popularity of the place. Today the ingredients are quite varied—not just beef, but pork and chicken too, plus seafood such as squid and octopus, and vegetables including onion, lotus root, asparagus and mini tomatoes. Altogether, there are more than 30 choices in the display case to tempt you.

Daruma’s kushi-age are cheap and simple to make, and they are fried to perfection, too. The batter has different seasonings, the breadcrumbs are made so fine they look like sand, and the recipes are a trade secret. Some kushi-age are deep-fried with lots of batter, others have just a thin coating, others have none at all—it depends on the ingredients you choose. This too shows Daruma’s attention to the culinary experience.

When your piping hot order arrives, dunk each piece into the special sauce in the metal container. The fragrant crispy batter melts in the mouth, the tasty food releases its flavors, and the seasoned sauce adds to the magic.
source :  web-japan.org



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source : 串カツだるま



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Here is a telephone strap in the form of one stick !


source :  www.strapya-world.com


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WASHOKU : Kushi-age and kushikatsu dishes  


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. Restaurants called DARUMA


Daruma Museum

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