The Japanese word “PERSIMMON” is called “KAKI” in French and German, “caqui” in Spanish and Portuguese, and “cachi” in Italian. This is because the same persimmons as in Japan do not exist in Europe and the United States. Anpo Persimmon Plenty of darkness Koshu Tokaido-A masterpiece written by Motoe Hagiwara, an Auture célèbre and a national scholar – 道の柄折, 甲斐名勝志, 石森孝女伝, 正誤秋の寝覚, 道の論, 西遊紀行, 答門録 etc.

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