The sacred place of Japanese office workers
The izakaya under Shimbashi guard, which is crowded with office workers who have been working every day and can occasionally hear the sounds of trains.
Local festival mikoshi
A portable shrine or a portable shrine is a shrine that is usually settled temporarily during the Shinto festival when the spirits, usually at a shrine, transfer to Ujiko-machi or a Japanese inn.
It is carried by many people and is a traditional event of Japanese festival
Tontoko candy is a hard candy made by mixing soybeans, pepper, ginger, etc., reduced in length and cut into pieces about 2 cm long. It is said that it is effective for phlegm-cutting and coughing, and many candy shops line the eaves on Nakamise-dori of Kawasaki Daishi. At that time, candy was popular as a souvenir staple because of its long life, and gradually became a souvenir of Daishi Kawasaki. At the storefront, the rhythmical sound of the candy chopping sound has attracted the attention of worshipers. Also, Daishi Kawasaki is famous for repelling evil, but "cutting candy" is sometimes referred to as "cutting evil", and is now widely known as "puttomugi".