Various tools of old Japanese culture

in museum •  last month 

Hello steemians!
I am RYO!

I visited a small museum where tools for old life in Japan are kept!

The reason I visited this place is simple…

It's for -Jingi-😀

The age of -Jingi- is about 150 years ago… now there are almost no tools used

Of course some are still used, but there are few…
It is necessary to read such museums and books to know Japan 150 years ago

It’s a "Oke(wooden container)" for soy sauce↑

↓Various tools for agriculture…
In -Jingi-, people in Kappa Village are mostly farmers, so they fight using these tools

It is a tool for milling rice↓

It is a container made of straw for carry rice↓

The picture is the emperor of the era after the samurai era↓

his clothes…He completely worships the West😅

I think it is important to respect the cultures of other countries, but in the case of Japanese people abandoned their own culture 150 years ago…
150 years ago the political power changed completely, so they wanted to abandon Japan…

It's a Japanese festival character "Shishimai"
They get rid of bad luck😁

The next -Jingi- is in 3 days

I post my posts basically every 3 days,
-Jingi- basically aims to be posting every 9 days.

If you enjoy -Jingi-, it will be my power!
Please look forward to the next chapter!

Thank you for reading!
Arigatou gozaimashita!

Have not you seen the -Jingi-仁義 series yet?
My Original Samurai manga -Jingi-仁義 can be seen here!

Chapter 1-2-3

Chapter 4-5-6





















All my mangas drawn in "Washi(和紙)"
It is a traditional Japanese paper made from 1300 years ago.
This is my Washi of post↓

  • Main Characters name↓

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Great article!

Yeah! Thank you for comment!

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It's always fascinating to find out how life was once, back when modern tools and technology were not yet invented! Museums like these carry important duty, I think, to remind us that our ancestors had lived an entirely different lives to our own, and that things were a lot harder back then.

The rice carriers are really cool, and I love the rice mill, too :D

Yeah! I think so too!
And I envy old japanese!
They had a lot of hard work but they always worked with people and all the people were friends,
I always want to learn relationships and rich wisdom from them!😀

That's good! Rice is need for Japanese!
I am glad that the splendor of rice spreads!
Thank you for comment!👏

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