千葉県君津市『栽培面積2900坪（山滝野農場）, 900坪（八ヶ岳農場）』（千葉県君津市山滝野, 山梨県北杜市高根町東井出, 有限会社 カズサベジテック）
There seems to be a theory that the scientific name of chives, Allium, is derived from the Latin word “alere” which means “smell”. The scientific name “schoenoprasum” means “leek like rush”.
As it is from the English name Chives, the flower language faithful, honest and flexibility seems to have been named after the gentle flavor with little odor that goes well with any dish.
On March 11, 2022, Kimitsu City announced that it would light up the castle tower at the site of Kururi Castle in Kururi, the city, in the colors of the Ukrainian flags of blue and yellow. From sunset on March 12-21 to 7:30 pm, Iwanaga Seminar, Kimitsu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kimitsu, Meiji Gakuin University Faculty of Sociology, working on an old folk house restoration project in the area and interacting with Ukrainians It seems that the three parties of the City Deputy Nuclear Promotion Council have cooperated and decided to implement it with condolences to the victims of Ukraine, where the military invasion by Russia continues, and prayers for peace. He heard that he plans to use SNS to add multilingual comments to the world in the future, and he also said that the Kururi Castle Ruins Museum will close at 4:30 pm, but the climbing road It’s open so you can see it nearby. Donation boxes have been set up at the city hall and administrative centers on March 11 for humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. The first large stable in Yamanashi Prefecture, where active racehorses recover from fatigue and adjust conditions, was completed in Kiyosato, Takane Town, Hokuto City, and has been accepted since September 2021. Even in the summer, the cool and natural land is said to be ideal for horse rest, and according to the Japan Racing Association (JRA), there are only limited facilities such as Hokkaido that can accommodate more than 50 horses. It can accommodate 52 heads, and it seems that up to 80 heads can be accommodated including the existing stables. In addition to the shower room for 6 horses, the new stable is equipped with a treatment device that warms the body with infrared rays and loosens the muscles. Horsebridge Co., Ltd. (formerly Kosuda Ranch), which operates stables, has been retraining and selling to equestrian clubs nationwide since 2016 so that retired racehorses can play an active role in horse riding. There seems to be. It is said that the number of horses sold is more than 100 a year, and at most 200 horses a year. However, due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, the riding clubs have been suspended one after another, and demand seems to have dropped sharply. 『カズサの愛彩グループ』Each employee cherishes the quality of agricultural products, constantly challenges to improve production technology, and is a producer trusted by consumers. He contributes to the future of agriculture and food and works hard every day. “Kazusa Becitec” has a reputation for original ramen made with plenty of its own vegetables. Timeless soy sauce ramen is also popular. Parsley’s scientific name is Petroselinum crispum. Cultivation as an herb spread in Europe in the 16th century, and it seems that it was later brought to the United States. I heard that it was cultivated mainly in the vegetable garden for food and ornamental purposes. Allium schoenoprasum var. Foliosum and its varieties of the same species have been native to Japan for a long time, and it is clear that they have been described in Wamyō Ruijushō（Dictionary with Japanese definitions of kanji and kanji compounds selected by Minamoto no Sitago at the behest of Emperor Daigo’s Princess Kinshi imperial princess. It is also said to have been edited during the Jōhei era (931-938). There are 10 volumes and 20 volumes, but there seems to be some debate as to which one is the original. It seems that the 10-volume book is divided into 24 parts and 128 gates, and the 20-volume book is divided into 32 parts and 249 gates（二十巻本は, 職官, 国郡, 郷里, 曲調, 薬名など, 語彙や地名を列挙するのみの部門があり）. It is a kind of encyclopedia that explains the sources of Chinese words, syllabary sounds, and Japanese names. The Japanese name is written in Man’yogana, which is a valuable resource for studying ancient vocabulary. Some Manuscripts have a tone mark and can be used as an accent material. It seems that many citations do not exist. Also, it seems that many Japanese names for everyday items, which are rarely seen in literary works, are used. As a research book of this book, it seems that there is Kariya Ekisai’s commentary Wamyō Ruijushō (established in 1827). ）and Engishiki（It seems that status and formula are the detailed enforcement regulations of the legislative act, which was the basic law of ancient Japan. There is no clear distinction between case and formula. Most of the “Engi-shiki” still exist, and it is a valuable historical source for learning about the Heian period society. It seems that the detailed enforcement regulations for the legislative act have already been created and enforced by the department in charge as needed since the Nara period. However, it seems that an integrated formula was requested because the contents of the formulas under each jurisdiction would be inconsistent and discrepancy would occur if they were dealt with separately. The ones compiled there are Konin-Shiki Code and Jogan-shiki Code. However, it seems that Jogan-shiki Code was not the final version that integrated Konin-Shiki Code, but complemented Konin-Shiki Code and covered the whole. Therefore, the integrated version of “formula”, which was completed in one piece, was eagerly awaited, but it seems that it was extremely difficult to compile. Compiled in the 10th century, it is a collection of detailed administrative regulations that can be called a business manual for ancient officials. The volume is 50 volumes, about 3540 articles, including various regulations on the performance of official duties, rituals and rituals, equipment and furnishings used in the palace and their raw materials, foods, pharmaceuticals, textile products, etc. Various items are listed. It can be said to be an ancient encyclopedia, and is famous as a valuable material not only for ancient history but also for many research fields. However, it seems that the obstacles are that the amount of description is enormous and the description covers various fields, and that the content is esoteric and limited to only the matters necessary for business.）and have been edible. It’s not clear when European chives were brought in. It is widely distributed in Eurasia, North America, etc., and its morphological variation is remarkable, and it seems that there are various theories in terms of classification. Chives cultivated in Europe and the United States are said to have been cultivated by a group of Allium schoenoprasum var. Foliosum. It seems that there are eight types of chives native to Japan, including Allium schoenoprasum var. Foliosum, Allium schoenoprasum L. var., A. Schoenoprasum. V. Schoenoprasum. The odor peculiar to Allium is a component called allyl sulfide, which is said to promote the secretion of digestive enzymes, help increase appetite, and increase the absorption of vitamin B1. It has a delicate flavor even with green onions, so it seems to be used in various dishes. Also, a perennial herb of Asatsuki’s companion. It has a milder spiciness and bitterness than green onions and has a mild aroma. A lot of small purple flowers come out from June to July. Chives are a family of very thin green onions, but it seems that early harvested pale blue-green,chive (Allium schoenoprasum) may also be sold as chives. It’s awesome, but it’s a group of green onions that are distributed in the temperate and boreal zones of the Northern Hemisphere. It is also called the chives in the plural because many plants stick to each other near the ground and grow thick. It is an herb that uses leaves for flavoring and accenting dishes, and is close to condiments. In addition, a thin cylindrical hollow leaf is extended from the ground, and the plant height is about 30 cm. In early summer, red-purple florets bloom in a ball shape. The appearance of pompoms blooming at the tips of the leaves seems to be cute and highly valuable. It is not the main, but it looks great when planted in groups on the edges of flower beds. The leaves tend to die in winter, but since they are perennials, they sprout and grow every year. Although it is used for cooking, it is ideal for coloring and flavoring salads, soups, marinades, etc. Since heating for a long time spoils the flavor, it seems that it is better to finish the dish or serve it in a bowl and then shake it. Like Asatsuki, it seems to go well with Japanese-style dishes such as noodle condiments and miso soup. Kazusa Veggie Tech Co., Ltd. is a member of the Kimitsu City Certified Agricultural Council. In addition, the association is a gathering of professional farmers approved by the mayor of Kimitsu, and is working to revitalize agriculture in Kimitsu City. The purpose is to convey the appeal of agriculture to everyone and to let them know the importance of agriculture, mainly through the edamame harvest festival and the agricultural experience “rice cultivation”. In the future, we will continue to enhance the council business, expand the number of new certified farmers, activate information exchange activities while deepening mutual exchanges, and receive guidance and advice from related organizations to all members. Seems to become an attractive farmer and develop activities that can play an active role as the core of regional agriculture. Kimitsu green soybeans harvest festival is a participatory harvest festival sponsored by the Kimitsu City Certified Agricultural Council, and you can bring back enough green soybeans to tie to the locally purchased straw rope. Green soybeans is a native species “Koito native Ⓡ” that has been protected and raised in the Koito River basin. Kimitsu’s autumn taste is characterized by its strong sweetness and faint aroma. Kimitsu City is located in the central part of the Boso Peninsula, and the northwestern part facing Tokyo Bay has an industrial area centered on one of the world’s leading ironworks and an orderly divided urban area. It is within 50 kilometers from Tokyo. Also, since Kimitsu Station is the first station for rapid trains, you can sit back and commute to work, and it seems that you can use your commuting time for reading. On the other hand, in the inland area, Lake Kameyama, where you can enjoy the slowest autumn leaves in Japan, and Kaii HIGASHIYAMA (born in Yokohama in 1908, moved to Kobe at the age of 3), the famous water of KURURI, which was selected as one of the “100 Best Exquisite Waters of Heisei”. Graduated from the Japanese painting department of the school. Studied in Germany in 1933. Continued to exhibit at the Nikkei exhibition and received a special prize in 1947. Received the 1956 Japanese Academy of Arts Award. Produced New Palace Mural, Toshodaiji Temple Mieido Barrier Painting, etc. 1995 Kaii HIGASHIYAMA Kokoro no Journey Hall opened (Nakatsugawa City, Gifu Prefecture). Died May 6, 1999. 90 years old. Junior Third Rank First (Class) Order of The Sacred Treasure is given. It is blessed with beautiful and abundant nature such as Kanoyama Kujukutani Observatory Park, which overlooks the Unkai, which was the motif of the “afterglow” of the Hanaokadaira Cemetery of Zenkoji Temple in Nagano City. It seems that you can enjoy seasonal leisure and sightseeing. In addition, the industry is thriving, and the flower “color (water-based)” found in wedding bouquets for weddings boasts the highest production in Japan. It has the charm of the city and nature in the second largest city area in Chiba prefecture. The history of the name doesn’t seem to be that old. In 1878, it seems to be one of the old examples that the current Kisarazu Daiichi Elementary School was named “Kimitsu Ko”. As a place name, Kimitsu District was born in 1897, and Kimitsu was used for the first time here. It seems that it has begun to be broken.
It is a member of the green onion that is distributed from the temperate zone to the boreal zone of the northern hemisphere. It is an herb that uses leaves for flavoring and accenting dishes, and has an impression close to condiments. Var. Foliosum, which is familiar as a condiment, is said to be native to Japan and a variety of chives. It is a thin cylinder with hollow leaves extending from the ground, and the plant height is about 20 to 30 cm. Red-purple florets bloom in early summer. The appearance that blooms at the tip of the leaf is refined and cute, and the appreciation value is high. Since it is a perennial plant, it sprouts every year and grows vigorously.
It often appears in myths and the Old Testament, around 5000 BC. Historical materials date back to around 2800 BC. Ancient Egyptian papyrus (spinning fiber: a type of paper made from the fiber of one stem in ancient Egypt. It was used as a writing material, and its use seems to have extended from around 2000 BC to several centuries BC. Hieroglyph. The use of medicinal herbs is described in the clay version in ancient letters such as Copt letters). There are peppermint, basil, saffron, etc. for medical use. Herbs are introduced from ancient Egypt to ancient Greece. It was used by the general public as a bath salt, and its effects were recognized, and it seems that research on herbs has progressed (Thermae Romae is a manga work by Mari YAMAZAKI. “Comic Beam (Monthly manga magazine published by KADOKAWA, November 11, 1995) First published daily. Released on the 12th of every month) ”, refer to the serialization from the February 2008 issue to the April 2013 issue). It can be seen that research on herbs was already in progress at this time. It was also used in cosmetics and cooking. And with the invasion of the mighty empire over the ancient Roman Empire, Herbs seem to have spread throughout Europe. It is said that the rapid spread was due to the fact that the monks also treated as doctors and healed the wounds and illnesses of soldiers with herbs. In the Middle Ages, it became a favorite of European royal aristocrats. Eventually, aristocrats move to the Middle East and Eastern Asia in search of new herbs. During the Age of Discovery, which began at the end of the 15th century, countries began to compete and crossed the sea, and the herbs and spices of the world were introduced to Europe.
Famous in Japan, Ganjin priest (more than 1300 years ago, he came to Japan to spread correct Buddhism. At that time, in Japan, he was building temples and big Buddhas in an attempt to rule the country with the power of Buddhism. It is recorded that he was subject to heavy taxes and labor and was forced to live a difficult life. On the other hand, at that time, the monks were not taxed. The number of people trying to escape is suddenly increasing, and the Buddhist world seems to have been overlooked. Therefore, the court is sending a messenger to Tang to invite a monk who teaches correct Buddhism to Japan. By the high priest ‘Jianzhen’ (Ganjin in Japanese), head temple is Toshodaiji Temple-Risshu sect.) seems to have included carrots and licorice, which are famous as raw medicines. In addition, Osho also informs Japan of medicines brought from the western region farther from China and the South Sea. It is reported that these were also delivered to Shosoin as “Shosoin drugs”.