Old people who worshiped Mt. Fuji built many Fujizuka. Because it was very difficult to climb Mt. Fuji when there were no trains or buses. Even today, there are nearly 100 Fujizuka remaining in Tokyo. In addition to “Iizuka Fuji”, “Kasai Kanamachi Fuji”, “Tateishi Fuji” and so on are remaining in Katsushika-ku.
This Fujizuka was rebuilt several years ago due to the construction of the embankment. Therefore, the shrine standing in front of the Fujizuka is very shiny & beautiful. The shrine building stands directly in front of the Fujizuka. The reason if that Fujizuka itself is a sacred body.
The shrine’s festival is held on July 1 every year. July 1 is the same day as the opening of Mt. Fuji.
It opens in front of Hanaan only one day a week. It sells completely pesticide-free vegetables. In Japan, where pesticide use is by far the highest in the world, Uncle Mikami, who works hard with the passion of wanting many people to eat pesticide-free vegetables, brings vegetables from the farms and sells them. How about vegetables in your country? Does it taste good? Why don’t you come to Hana-an and talk about vegetables? Uncle Mikami looks forward to talking with you! !
In fact, it takes a lot of time to make it.
First, rice is steamed, polished, stretched and dried. Then bake it one by one, apply soy sauce to the finish and it’s done. The taste of rice is packed in a simple texture. The Shimamura Senbei is still baked in the shop. You can see it baked in the morning and you can buy freshly made at noon. Even if it rains, it is close enough to go without getting wet.
While the number of butchers in the town is decreasing due to being driven away by large supermarkets, the butcher Akitaya is still loved by locals. This shop is located in front of Hana-An. The recommendation here is a one coin lunch. It is cheap and delicious. Moreover all of the lunch are handmade by mom here. The 480 yen cutlet sandwich is of course handmade and full of volume. The standard liver cutlet (140 yen), which is recommendable when you want to add stamina, is also cheap and the sauce is great. Of course, there are also Japanese beef (wagyu) because it is a butcher shop. Why don’t you buy wagyu beef here and make and eat sukiyaki in Hana-An’s kitchen? Let’s make them together!