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Brassica campestris origin
Edogawa-ku center 4-5
  • Do you know it?
  • Spinach?
  • It is a Komatsuna.
  • English name is Brassica campestris.
  • To be chewy than spinach.
  • I saute it with fried bean curd and garlic.
  • Or, materials of the miso soup.
  • Mixed with tomatoes, Ponzusoy sauce, and olive oil.
  • You like cooking.
  • Do you know where the Komatsuna originated?
  • A farm.
  • Everybody knows that.
  • I don't know.
  • In Edogawa-ku.
  • Komatsuna is a product of Tokyo?
  • Do you know?
  • No way of knowing.
  • Komatsuna was called Kasaina in old days.
  • A product of Kasai?
  • By the record of 1828..
  • The shape of the leaf was different.
  • It was made selective breeding.
  • Why did it change the name?
  • When Shogun Yoshimune Tokugawa practice falconry.
  • He dropped in Katori Shinto shrine.
  • He ate the miso soup of the Kasaina there.
  • He really liked that.
  • He changed the name of the Kasaina.
  • What kind of person was Tsunayoshi Tokugawa?
  • He rebuilt japanese finance.
  • He was a sparer.
  • Even if a general saves it, there is not a meaning.
  • Bill Gates is sparer too.
  • He is intellectual.
  • Next. Let's go to Shishibone Kashima Shinto shrine.
  • I'm tired.
  • Okay, Let's go at our work.