Ikebana 6/4/2014

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I composed this arrangement from Satsuma mock orange (バイカウツギ、梅花空木), Sunflower (ヒマワリ) and Plantain lily (ギボウシ).

The white little flowers of Satsuma mock orange were easy to fall off, so I had to treat carefully. It is said that it has hollow stems literally from '空木' in Japanese, I didn't notice it then though.


By the way, one of the school lunch menus recently was milk, Stuffed squid (いかめし), Dosanko Jiru (Hokkaido miso soup) and a frozen orange.
What local dishes are!
Stuffed squid is that glutinous rice is stuffed in a squid. Each student was served two Stuffed squids.
And Dosanko Jiru's ingredients are pork, miso(soybean paste), onion, carrot, corn, potato, bean sprouts, garlic, ginger and sesame oil.
My son said that Dosanko Jiru was so delicious. And he asked me to cook it, but unfortunately I've never tried it before and I don't know about it very much.
So I'll check the recipe on the Internet and cook it near future.




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Original Article:

I composed this arrangement from Satsuma mock orange (バイカウツギ、梅花空木), Sunflower (ヒマワリ) and Plantain lily (ギボウシ).

The white little flowers of Satsuma mock orange were easy to fall off, so I had to treat carefully. It is said that it has hollow stems literally from '空木' in Japanese, I didn't notice it then though.


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Recommended Corrections:

I had composed this arrangement from *Satsuma Mock Orange (バイカウツギ、梅花空木), Sunflower (ヒマワリ) and Plantain Lily (ギボウシ).

The little white flowers of Satsuma Mock Orange easily fall off, so I had to treat the stems with care. It is said that the stems are hollow (literally from '空木' in Japanese). However, I couldn't tell if this is true or not.

*If it is its proper name...then it would be capitalized.

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Original Article:

By the way, one of the school lunch menus recently was milk, Stuffed squid (いかめし), Dosanko Jiru (Hokkaido miso soup) and a frozen orange.
What local dishes are!
Stuffed squid is that glutinous rice is stuffed in a squid. Each student was served two Stuffed squids.
And Dosanko Jiru's ingredients are pork, miso(soybean paste), onion, carrot, corn, potato, bean sprouts, garlic, ginger and sesame oil.
My son said that Dosanko Jiru was so delicious. And he asked me to cook it, but unfortunately I've never tried it before and I don't know about it very much.
So I'll check the recipe on the Internet and cook it near future.

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Recommended Corrections:

By the way, listed recently on my son's school lunch menu was a meal of milk, Stuffed Squid (いかめし), Dosanko Jiru (Hokkaido miso soup) and a *frozen orange. This particular meal is a local specialty!

Stuffed Squid is squid which had been stuffed with glutinous rice. Each student was served two Stuffed Squids.

Dosanko Jiru is made of pork, miso(soybean paste), onions, carrots, corn, potatoes, bean sprouts, garlic, ginger*, and sesame oil.

My son said that the Dosanko Jiru was so delicious. He asked me to cook it for him some time, but unfortunately, I've never tried it before, and I don't know much about it.

I'll research the recipe on the Internet and cook it in the near future.

*If it is an actual frozen orange...ok. If it is the name of a specially made treat, then you would usually name it by its form, such as a cup of Frozen Orange...or a tube of Frozen Orange...etc.

*Without the comma, it would have meant ginger oil as well as sesame oil. I assumed you had meant actual ginger.

Re: English Corrections

Hi, shiroi tora.

Thank you very much for the corrections.

Yes, I had meant actual ginger.
I've learned that a comma has an important meaning. I didn't know that.

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I really like the sound of those local dishes!

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Hi, Always visiting.

I cooked the Dosanko Jiru last night. I'll post it later.
Thanks for your comment.
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Welcome to my blog.
I'm married and we have a son. I live in Hokkaido, Japan.
I like handmade things and Ikebana(arranging flowers).
I hope that you enjoy my articles and photos.

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