As you walk around the autumn leaves, Arashiyama, and Saga districts of Kyoto, a private house suddenly appears in the middle of the field. It's not so much listed in tourist guides, but it has a presence that you'll find if you walk around here. It stands between the fields and the forest. No longer a movie set with thatched roof? I think that.
Well, it's a landscape that makes it difficult to tell whether the world is Heisei or Genroku. In the field in the foreground, I can see something like the internet, and I barely notice that it is modern. The true identity is said to be the ruins of Mukai Kyorai, a disciple of Basho Matsuo. Remains? What? When I look at the HP, it says so. Hmm, is it different from a house? It seems that Basho Matsuo is also coming, and in the meantime he is writing "Saga Diary".
And the entrance. It's already a historical drama set. Let's take a look.
t's small but clean and comfortable to live in. The fact that there is a mino and a shade in the foreground means that you are here today.
I can't enter. The old house is small. Compact and cute.
But is this enough? Or rather, it's enough if you lived alone. It is large enough compared to a studio apartment in Tokyo. It's a good life.
There are many persimmon trees that are the origin of the name. It seems that there were about 40 persimmons at that time, and it was named because the persimmon fell at once overnight. Well, there are times when haiku is too simple to understand, such as saying what you see. Is it okay to say "Frog Poem or the sound of water jumping into a frog"? I think that is the reason why it is a good haiku because the scene at that time comes to mind. Am I the only one who thinks that's right?
That's why various monuments are erected here and there. Haiku lovers should come once. It seems that Soan when Saigyo was a priest was also around here.
Kyoto has a very strong tea ceremony culture, such as Wabi-Sabi, tea kaiseki, and tea rooms. On the other hand, haiku is not that far. Matsuo Basho, Kyoto is also here for the time being. After all, the impression of "Oku no Hosomichi" is strong. In terms of haiku in Kyoto, I wonder if I see Kyoshi Takahama relatively well.
The autumn leaves were also clean. Well, the best time to see it was a while ago. Rakushisha 20 Saga Ogurayama Himeijincho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture Holiday 12/31, 1/1 075-881-195320 Saga Ogurayama Himeijincho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture