A while ago, I visited Hundred Islands with a mouse. It was said that a memorial exhibition of Mr. Noriyuki Haraguchi was being held, so I visited ART BASE Hyakushima for the first time. When I was with Mr. Haraguchi for a university seminar, we had a few drinking parties, and at that time we talked about Yokosuka (my assistant had always mistaken me for someone from Yokosuka, so I exploded), and I remember talking about things that I rarely talk about, such as love and space.
Then, when I arrived at ART BASE Hyakushima, I was reunited with Mr. Inhou, whom I had met at HIGURE 17-15cas in March of this year. After the group exhibition in which I was participating, the unloading and unloading were the same day at the exhibition of the Ozawa laboratory to which Mr. Inhou belongs, so we talked about it at that time. Mr. Inhou showed us around the island. Thanks.
By the way, the mouse and Inhou have a strange connection, and a few years ago when Mr. Inhou was being interviewed on TV, a mouse crossed behind him on a bus. So, when I first met him at HIGURE, I remembered Mr. Inhou as "the person who was interviewed when the rat crossed the bus on the bus", and as someone who had seen the two people who had been separated in the TV program (about 20 meters away), I thought that it would be like a movie again that the two of them would meet on Hyakushima. It reminded me of the movie "Planet in Love," which was Haraguchi-san's favorite movie. I also talked with Mr. Haraguchi about the movie and the cosmic-level friction that occurs when people pass each other、、、
After seeing the exhibition, there was time until the ferry, so I ate dashi octopus and chatted with the old man in charge of the ferry in the waiting room of the ferry.
I was talking to the old man in charge of the ferry terminal, and when the old man went outside with his smartphone and came back, the old man passed the smartphone to the rat, and the rat talked to the old man's classmate of the ferry, saying, "My classmate wants to talk to the mouse, but if it is okay, can you talk to me?" Apparently, your classmate was from Hyakushima, worked in Ibaraki for 30 years, and returned to Hyakushima after retiring. When we said we were from Ryugasaki, the old man called his classmates and told them that Ibaraki was their second home, and that they wanted to talk to him about how nostalgic he was.
The wonder of talking about Ibaraki on the phone with a stranger on Hyakushima. I mean, the ferry's network was amazing. I learned a lot of information about Onomichi ramen, wild boars on the island, land information in front of Seijo Gakuen, entertainment industry, and so on.
The next day, we ate Onomichi ramen noodles run by an acquaintance of my grandmother's and headed to Kure.
Wu asks for a paste called "Gansu". Gansu is a specialty of Hiroshima, so it is everywhere, but I wanted to go to Miyake Fisheries, a legend in the paste industry. As for Wu, all I had was information from the rat's nephew (Self-Defense Force) that it was the hometown of a Gemini friend I met when Uranus was moving, that the plastic bag that contained my work (I don't know who put it in) belonged to a confectionery shop famous for butter cakes in Kure. The first time I visited Kure, it was a place where I was reminded of the city where my father's parents' house is located (Hiratsuka), the town where my mother's parents' house is located (Koiwa), the town where the rats grew up (Kisarazu), and the city where my assistant is different from my hometown (Yokosuka).
The lady general of Miyake Fisheries was also a very kind person, and all the paste was delicious and wonderful… It was the season for Oden, but if there is an opportunity, I would like to ask for Oden by all means.
After that, we moved to the city and went to the Oriental Hotel Hiroshima, which was taken care of when it was exhibited at Hiroshima Genbi.
For some reason, I was told at the reception desk that I could change to a superior twin, so I moved to a room on the top floor where I could see the city panorama.
After that, we visited Cat Road, the Atomic Bomb Dome, Itsukushima Shrine, etc., but when everything was under construction, we saw signs of triple conjunctions here as well.
What impressed me was the first sight I saw when I arrived at Miyajima Daiganji Temple.
A deer jumped over the fence.
The deer, who jumped over the fence like a 3000mSC athlete, watched for a while the movement of the broom of the god lord collecting fallen leaves at the end of it, and then went away. I was stunned for a while, but then I did remember that this is what it means to look at the stars.
By the way, when I arrived at the Daiganji Temple, I was surprised to see the rats.
Laplace appears in Pokémon Go, and the color is different! The rat looked happy because it was the first time Laplace had a different color.
After that, I came back and noticed it late because it was flapping, but I noticed that the dolphin key chain that I was wearing on the carry case was gone. Did he go on a trip somewhere? . . .
When I was driving around Hiroshima about
titles "Used Books" and "Kure Clothes", I found a building with "Used Books" written in large letters. At that time, when I said, "That house has a very large front tag," the building was not Mr. Furumoto's house, but a used book store. Then, I saw the words "Kure Clothes Shop" in the floor guide of the shopping mall. I thought it was "Kure's clothes shop" and when I visited, it was "Gofukuya". There are many characters that you can read properly normally, but by moving, you will call them differently than usual. In the next article, I will write about the attitude when you can no longer do what you once have become able to do.