Vitis vinifera ‘Shine Muscat’
山梨県山梨市, 甲州市, 笛吹市春日居地区（鎮目, 国府, 徳条地区を除く）（JAフルーツやまなし）
Kogarashi grapes are grown in an agricultural greenhouse that is protected from rain, and are shipped about two months later than normal outdoor cultivation. Also, it seems that it was named because it is shipped at this time when the cold wintry wind No. 1 blows. Shine, excel, stand out, shine, “Muscat” means that it has a musk scent.
SORACOM, INC. (Headquarters: Tamagawa, Setagaya Ward, Tokyo, IoT platform seamlessly and securely connects devices, communications, and the cloud, supporting the success of projects from small start to large-scale deployment) In July 2022, we will adopt the cloud camera service “Sorakame (which can constantly record camera images in the cloud via Wi-Fi)” for the anti-theft demonstration experiment of agricultural products at “JA Fruit Yamanashi”. In recent years, crimes involving the theft of pre-harvest crops grown with great care by producers have become a problem and have occurred all over the country. Yamanashi Prefecture boasts the highest production volume of grapes and peaches in Japan, and seems to be focusing on countermeasures against theft, such as establishing a support system that subsidizes the cost of security patrols and the installation of security cameras. Introduced as one of the countermeasures against theft of crops such as peaches and ‘Shine Muscat grapes’. Mainly, the state of the farm at night is filmed with a camera, and the data can be viewed remotely in real time, and theft prevention is strengthened in cooperation with the night surveillance patrol. At the end of October 2022, the harvest of Kogarashi grapes, which will be shipped about two months later than normal outdoor cultivation, has begun in Yamanashi City. These grapes are grown in greenhouses for agricultural use, protected from rain, and are shipped later than the usual open-field cultivation. Currently, seven farmers in Makioka Town, Yamanashi City seem to be growing two types of grapes: Kyoho grapes and Shine Muscat grapes. In addition, the Kyoho grapes introduced this time are harvested, and while the leaves are turning yellow, they are carefully harvested one bunch at a time using scissors. According to JA Fruit Yamanashi, the shipment volume of this year is expected to be about 10 tons, which is the same as usual, and it seems that shipments will continue until around the beginning of December, mainly for the Kanto area market. Kogarashi grapes from J-Plat Pat. (111) Registration number: No. 5917493 (151) Registration date: January 27, 2017, (450) Registration publication date: February 28, 2017, (441) Publication date: July 12, 2016, (210) Application number: Commercial Application 2016-69004, (220) Filing date: June 24, 2016, Date of occurrence of prior right: June 24, 2016, (180) Expiration date: January 2027 27th, Trademark (for search): Kogarashi grape, (541) Standard character trademark: Kogarashi grape, (561) Pronunciation (reference information): Kogarashi grape, Kogarashi grape, Kogarashi, (732) Right holder, name or Name: Fruit Yamanashi Agricultural Cooperative, Address or Residence: Koshu City, Yamanashi Prefecture. On March 14, 2017, the Kyoto area (Yamanashi City, Koshu City, Fuefuki City), “Yamanashi’s complex fruit tree system adapted to the basin” was designated as a “Japan Agricultural Heritage System” was carried out, and the fruit farming in the Kyoutou area was certified as one of the eight areas. “Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems” (abbreviated as GIAHS) is a system established by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in 2002. Agricultural land use, culture nurtured in relation to traditional agriculture, landscape, biodiversity, etc. are recognized as one of the world’s most important agricultural systems, and efforts are made to conserve and sustainably utilize them international project.), and the results of the review regarding the approval of the application for Japanese Agricultural Heritage” will be announced by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. About 400 years ago, a unique technique called ‘Tana-shiki cultivation’ was devised to adapt to the humid and rainy climate of Japan. Returning to the topic, the Kyoutou region was poor in nutrients and water retention capacity and was not suitable for rice cultivation. It can be said that in the Edo period, it was uniquely famous as a production area for fruit trees. Grapes are said to have been cultivated since the Heian period. The history and wisdom of our predecessors are still being passed down. On the sloping alluvial fan, suitable crops for fruit trees such as grapes and peaches have been historically practiced for generations according to the soil, topography, weather, etc., and Japan’s unique trellis cultivation of grapes has developed. “Makioka Town” merged with Yamanashi City and Mitomi Village, which were adjacent to the former Makioka Town, Higashiyamanashi District, and became “Makioka Town, Yamanashi City” in 2005 (March 22, 2005) under the new municipal system. It is the southern part of Yamanashi City, bordering Koshu City to the east, Fuefuki City to the south, and Kofu City to the west. Total area 53.11 km2, about 10.8 km east-west, about 8.5 km north-south, altitude 299 m (Ichicho Tanaka) to 1,376 m (Obinayama), city hall location is 342.88 m above sea level. The Fuefuki River runs through the center of the city from north to south, and three rivers, the Shigekawa River and the Hikawa River, flow in from the east. Makioka area: The central area of Yamanashi City, bordering Nagano Prefecture to the north, Koshu City to the east, and Kofu City to the west. The total area is 101.85 km2, about 13.5 km from east to west, and about 17.5 km from north to south. Cultivated land and villages are concentrated in the southern hills along the Tsuzumi River in the south, the Koto River in the southeast, and the Fuefuki River in the east. Agricultural land is distributed from 420 m to 900 m above sea level. The climate is inland, with large temperature differences the land is fertile and productive. Fruit cultivation is thriving, and among grapes, Kyoho grapes, also known as “black diamonds,” are the number one producer in Japan. The Mitomi area is the northern part of Yamanashi City, bordering Nagano Prefecture and Saitama Prefecture to the north, and Koshu City to the east. It has a steep topography with few flatlands and is surrounded by 2,000 m-class mountains. The northern part is a mountainous area belonging to the Chichibu mountain range and is designated as Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park. The total area is 134.91 km2, 13.125 km from east to west, and 17 km from north to south. Elevation ranges from 600 m (Kamiyuki Shiobara district) to 2,592 m (Kokushigatake). The Fuefuki River runs north-south through the center of the area, and most of the villages are formed on flat land or slopes facing the highway along the river. On the morning of June 15, 2022, a farmer noticed that a large number of unharvested peaches had disappeared from a field in Fuefuki City, and a total of about 1,400 peaches were stolen from four adjacent fields, according to police. I know from my research. The police suspected that it was stolen from the morning of the 14th to the 15th of the same month and investigated it as a theft case. Around 7:00 am on the 15th, a farmer in Kuwado, Kasugai Town, Fuefuki City, noticed that a large number of peaches he had been growing had disappeared and reported to the police. According to police and forensic investigations, about 1,400 peaches of a cultivar called “Hikawa Hakuhou Peach”, which had been cultivated in four adjacent fields and had not yet been harvested, were lost, and the damage was worth about 420,000 yen. Seems to have climbed to According to the police, it was confirmed that there was no abnormality in the field when the farm work was finished around 11:00 am on the 14th, so the police said that someone invaded the field from around noon on the 14th to the morning of the 15th. It is suspected that he took it away and was investigated as a theft case. The other day, about 1,000 peaches about to be harvested were stolen from an orchard in Fukushima City, Fukushima Prefecture, and the police investigated it as a theft case. Around 5:00 am on July 11, at an orchard in Kamata, Fukushima City, about 1,000 unharvested peaches were found missing from the trees and reported to the police. According to the police, some of the large orchards near the road were targeted, and the damage amount seems to be about 160,000 yen. The police are investigating the theft as someone stole it during the 10 hours from the end of the work around 6:30 pm on the 10th to the start of the work on the 11th morning. A female parliamentarian elected from another prefecture is using SNS to post about the theft of agricultural products, which has become a serious problem in recent years. I’ve been receiving a lot of consultations for a long time, and I’ve been moving to see if I can do something about it. However, the problem is complex and no breakthrough has been found yet. For example, since the introduction of cameras to capture evidence is a particularly heavy financial burden for small-scale farmers, we are discussing whether it is possible to provide assistance that also serves as a countermeasure against wildlife damage. After being arrested for red-handed crime, we have heard from elderly farmers in rural areas that, even if they witness the scene, they cannot move because they are afraid of counterattacks if there are multiple young foreigners. There are patrols and other measures in the area, but there is a limit without manpower. We must take measures that do not increase the burden on the victim’s side. When I found it, I immediately reported it, and when I actually talked to the small-scale victim, I said, Are you a technical intern trainee at some farmers? In the countryside, people understand human relationships and circumstances, so some people give up reporting and fall asleep. It seems difficult to mercilessly ask for a report. Even if you report and catch it, you will not be prosecuted, which is really frustrating and a problem for thieves. Lawmakers cannot intervene in the prosecution’s decisions, but too many cases are not prosecuted. Don’t you take the theft of agricultural products lightly? Even if you are on camera, you will not be prosecuted. Foreigners who have committed criminal acts should be prosecuted and brought to justice, and should be immediately deported stop selling. Large-scale thefts are stolen because they sell, so it is necessary to stop the sales route. For example, I understand that there are formal people, such as street sales where the provenance is unknown, and sales on Mercari, etc., but if they are used as a destination for handling stolen goods, it is not possible to introduce sales qualifications such as identity guarantees for agricultural product listings. It seems that I am looking for it. In my opinion, people who commit crimes are the worst and cause a lot of trouble. However, there are many fundamental problems, and they are piling up. In the first place, there are countless reasons why agriculture has not developed (Special class (treatment) of agricultural workers（The number of household members engaged in self-employed farming as a regular job among the farming population. Since 1985, the number of commercial farmers (farmers with farmland of 30 a or more or annual sales of agricultural products of 500,000 yen or more)）, declining birthrate, aging population, soaring fertilizer prices, immigration policy, exclusively defense posture, japan’s economic stagnation for about 30 years, etc.). I think it’s still meaningful for young politicians to send out information, but the original point is what to do in order not to make more people sad. Japan’s rank has fallen among the developing countries, the happiness ranking has dropped significantly, young people are worried about their future, and they are trying to break through vested interests. In Japan, where there is no leeway, the question is what to do if Japanese politicians and governments torture Japanese people any further. Without flattering authority or status, I would like you to pay attention to gradually reduce the number of people who say that if only they are good, they don’t care about others. In order for children and young people with a bright future to become shameless politicians and adults, why don’t the government lift its weight and release the policies that oppress the people? On August 9, 2022, a conference made up of peach-producing regions nationwide, such as Fuefuki City, will be held online. It seems that the mayors of Fuefuki, Yamanashi, Koshu, Fukushima, and Kinokawa in Wakayama Prefecture participated in the meeting. It has been confirmed that they will discuss the United States’ request to Japan to lift the ban on imports of peaches, and cooperate with related organizations to collect information on the quality and price of American peaches. In addition, it seems that they have decided to hold a “National Peach Summit” in Yamanashi City next year in 2023, where people involved in the production areas will gather to discuss how to respond to the request to lift the ban on imports. When the six towns and villages (Isawa Town, Misaka Town, Ichinomiya Town, Yatsushiro Town, Sakaigawa Village, Kasugai Town) merged on October 12, 2004, the name of the new city was solicited. It was narrowed down to two points, “Kyoto City”, and as a result of the final vote, it was decided to be Fuefuki City. Just as the water flowing through the six merged towns and villages gathers in the Fuefuki River, a number of streams became a big flow triggered by the merger, and the name was raised to become the center of Yamanashi, and it became a big swell and the ocean. It is a name with a wish to make a leap forward (nationwide), and as the name suggests, it is widely known. In addition, on August 1, 2006, it was merged with Ashigawa Village and became the current city of Fuefuki. The city’s soil is fertile and well-drained, with long daylight hours and a large temperature difference between day and night, making it an excellent location for fruit tree cultivation. According to the fruit tree production and shipment statistics of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, it is confirmed that the cultivated area, yield and shipment amount of peaches and grapes are all the highest among the municipalities in Japan. In praise of the achievements of the ancestors who have led the cultivation of historic Japanese fruit trees, we pledged to protect and further develop the wonderful fruit villages that we can be proud of throughout the country. On April 10, 2014, he declared “Japan’s No. 1 Taoyuan Township”. In addition, the city has many diverse and valuable historical and cultural resources. The artifacts excavated from the Shakado and Ichinosawa sites during the Jomon period have been designated as important cultural properties, and valuable remains such as the front and rear burial mounds and stone mounds of the Kofun period remain. In the subsequent eras, Teramoto Abandoned Temple, the oldest temple in Yamanashi Prefecture during the Hakuho period, Kai Kokubunji Temple and Nanji Temple during the Nara period, and Isawa no Mikuri, the only Mikuriya（Kitchen: Jinryō, a manor of an ancient and medieval shrine）in Kai Province, were built. The city has been the center of Kai Province for about a thousand years from the establishment of ancient Kai to the relocation of Takeda’s building to Kofu in 1519, and it was truly the “City of Kai Province Millennium.” Isawa hot spring Village and Kasugai hot spring Village, which are one of the best hot spring villages in Japan, welcome many tourists throughout the four seasons as tourist accommodation bases in Yamanashi Prefecture, and the city’s public hot spring facilities and footbath facilities that utilize the blessed hot spring resources are It is crowded as a place of healing and charm for many people including citizens. It seems that we will continue to nurture “hospitality hot spring village” through the scenery and festivals that color the seasons. Located slightly east of the central part of the Kofu basin, this area collects water systems flowing from the mountainous hills in the northern, eastern, and southern parts of the basin, and the Fuefuki River flows southwest through the central part of the basin. Alluvial fans such as Hikawa, Kanagawa, Asakawa, and Sakaigawa and alluvial plains at the bottom of the basin spread, and agricultural land mainly composed of fruit trees is distributed from the foot of the mountain to the flat land. Behind it is the Misaka Mountains, and there are villages scattered along the Ashi River that flows from east to west in the mountains. In this way, this area is famous as an area with a relatively cohesive terrain sandwiched between north-south hills and mountainous areas, centered on the flat land that extends along the Fuefuki River. The area is 201.92 square kilometers. It is the “Japan’s number one peach producing area” where 23,000 tons of peaches are harvested annually, and many peach trees are planted in the city, and they bloom all at once in the spring. The appearance is as beautiful as a pink jutan, so it is popular with many spectators from inside and outside the prefecture. A tree suitable for the symbol of Fuefuki City, which aims to become a vibrant exchange city. Kasugai Town is said to have the oldest capital in Kai Province. Yamanashi-Oka Shrine（式内論社）: SHIZUME : The deities are Oyamazumi, Takaokami no kami, and Betsuraijin, one of the 20 government offices in Kai Province listed in the “Enki-shiki Shinmeicho” during the Heian period. There is a deep religious relationship with the Takeda and Tokugawa families, and there is also a “district stone” in the precincts, which is said to be the key stone of Yamanashi district. Built at the end of the Muromachi period, the style is Kasuga-zukuri with corner trees. The size is 1 girder and 1 girder, and the roof is persimmon-roofed. Nationally designated cultural property-Designated on August 28, 1890-Type: Building-Owner: Yamanashi Oka Shrine. Dai dai shinto music : It is also called “Shingen TAKEDA Kagura” and is said to have been dedicated to pray for victory. Twenty-four kinds of dances are transmitted in the Izumo Kagura system, and the 20th “Kume dance” is also called “Four sword dances”, and four people dance bravely with a sword in one hand. Dedicated at the Yamanashi Oka Shrine Spring Festival (April 4th and 5th). Prefecture-designated intangible folk cultural property-Designated on August 7, 1967-Type: Intangible folklore-Owner: Yamanashi Oka Shrine Maiko. 木造五大明王像 : 桑戸 : It was located at “Jizo-in” in Kuwato, Kasugai Town, Fuefuki City, but in 1586 it was moved to the front northeastern (unlucky) direction
person or thing to be avoided in Kuwado Village and celebrated. All five were made of cypress wood in the latter half of the Heian period (late 12th century), and the restoration project started in 2001. Prefectural designated cultural property-Designated on June 12, 1997-Type: Engraving-Owner: Kuwato Ward. 木造立川不動明王坐像 : 熊野堂 : It is made of cypress wood and has a total height of 255 cm. With his eyes fluttering, he holds a sword in his left hand and a sword in his right hand. It is unknown when the festival is held here, and the festival is held on February 28th every year. Prefectural designated cultural property-Designated on December 9, 2002-Type: Engraving-Owner : Kumanodo shimo Ward. 寺本廃寺跡 : 寺本字道万町 : Teramoto Abandoned Temple is located in the very center of Kasugai Town, in the very highlands created by the Otoriyama River and Nishikawa. “Kokushi Kai”, compiled in 1814, first appears in the literature. “寺本村, 法華寺の塔ノ心礎一基存在セリ, 村名ノ起ル所是ナリ村民篁ノ中ニ在ル磐石ヲ国分尼寺ノ心礎ナリト云” – It seems that it is written in it. In 1948, Masayuki Nakashima and Gison Shiota discovered the remains of a Kawada tile kiln that burned the tiles of the abandoned Teramoto temple. In 1950, Buddhist archaeological authority Mosaku Ishida first excavated the cornerstone of the tower and its surroundings. After that, excavation surveys were conducted three times from 1981, and as a result, it was confirmed that the abandoned temple of Teramoto is a temple with a Hokiji style cathedral arrangement with a temple area of 130 m square. In addition, characteristic relics such as roof tiles, ink-painted pottery, statues of Buddha statues, and screw hair were discovered during the investigation. It is believed that it was built in the Hakuho period in the latter half of the 7th century from the tile pattern used. In addition, it is believed that the oldest government office in Kai Province was built in the provincial office (under the ritsuryo system); provincial capital / Shizume district, and it is said that there are traces of grid-shaped land plots. Prefectural designated cultural property – Designated on May 21, 2009-Type: Historic Site-Owner: Fuefuki City / Individual. The originator of Japanese peaches is “white peach” in Okayama prefecture, and it is said that “Asama Hakuto peach” was born by improving this white peach. As a sport of “KOYO HAKUTO Peach（A peach found in a white peach sapling in the former Akaiwa District of Okayama Prefecture, it has a heavy weight.）”, it is the main variety of white peach, following “Hakuho”. Special product of Kasugai Town, Yamanashi Prefecture: Hohgakohtoh. Introduce soil preparation with a production method using chemical fertilizers and reduced pesticides, and harvest after raising the maturity until it is fully ripe. “Environmentally friendly farmer (as recognized by law)” is “Act on Promotion of Introduction of Sustainable Agricultural Production Method”, and（July 28, 1999 Law No. 110) Sustainable Agriculture It was enacted in the Law and came into effect on October 25, the same year. It is a farmer who has been certified by the Governor of Yamanashi Prefecture for the introduction plan of the agricultural production method by integrally making soil with compost and reducing chemical fertilizers and synthetic pesticides. “Technology certification required to become an eco-farmer” “Technology related to soil preparation” (application of compost, cultivation of green manure crops, etc.) “Chemical fertilizer reduction technology” (use of organic fertilizer, local fertilizer application, etc.) “Chemical pesticide reduction technology” (Use of biological pesticides, mechanical weeding, etc.) It is necessary to introduce (or more) technologies that fall under the following three categories one by one. Dakotsu IIDA, a poet who is proud of Yamanashi Prefecture, was born in 1885 in Sakaigawa Village Ogurosaka (formerly Gonari Village, Higashiyatsushiro District), which was annexed to Fuefuki City. Going to Waseda University and studying under Kyoshi TAKAHAMA, returned to the mountain at the age of 24 (entered Waseda University English Literature Department in 1905. He kept his friendship with Bokusui WAKAYAMA and later contributed his work to “Creation”. In 1909, he abandoned all his studies and returned to his hometown to enter the countryside. While engaging in silkworm raising, he created a number of magnificent phrases from the climate, natural scenery, and feelings of life in the mountain villages of Yamanashi. His birthplace was taken over by Ryuta IIDA, his fourth son, born in 1920, who also succeeded him and became a poet. He has been good at Japanese since he was in elementary school and was commended for his composition when he was in the first grade of elementary school. He goes to Kofu Junior High School and is asked to correct his friend’s haiku. In 1940, he was attracted to Nobuo ORIGUCHI and went on to Kokugakuin University, but suffered from pulmonary infiltrates and caries of the ribs and took a leave of absence from the university. While he returned home and engaged in agriculture, he applied for a dissertation in the agricultural magazine “Agricultural World” and was selected. Although he graduated from college, his three brothers died of illness and died in the war, and he took the place of the Iida family. Today, Ryuta’s son Hidemi（shujitsu）(Chairman of the Sanro Culture Promotion Association) lives in the house, cherishing the taste of Dakotsu’s time. The entire house is called “SANRO”, but originally “Sanro” was a haiku name that Dakotsu Iida used to refer to himself as “a person who lives in an ancestral mountain house” rice field. In addition, Dakotsu opened the second floor of the rice brewery of the Iida family, who was a farmer, to local young people as a “Haiku-do”. He frequently held kukai, presided over the haiku magazine “Unmo”, and worked to nurture younger generations. However, due to the liberation of agricultural land after the war, this brewery, which had been the site of verses, ended its role as a rice brewery and was once handed over. “Fuefuki City, Yamanashi Prefecture”, Located slightly east of the central part of the Kofu basin. Collecting water systems flowing from the mountainous hills in the north, east and south of the basin: The Fuefuki River flows southwest through the central part of the basin. 日川, 金川, 浅川, 境川 etc. The alluvial fan and the alluvial plain at the bottom of the basin spread out. In addition, agricultural land mainly composed of fruit trees is distributed from the foot of the mountain to the flat land. Behind it is misaka mountains, there are villages scattered along the Ashigawa River, which flows from east to west in the mountains. In this way, centering on the flat land that extends along the Fuefuki River: Area with relatively cohesive terrain sandwiched between north and south hills and mountains range. The soil is fertile and well drained: Excellent for fruit tree cultivation due to long hours of daylight and large temperature difference between day and night. Ministry of agriculture, forestry and fisheries Fruit tree production shipping statistics: Cultivation area, yield and shipment of peach / grape every year-All are the best among the cities, towns and villages in Japan. Honoring the feats of our predecessors who have led the historic cultivation of fruit trees in Japan: We pledge to protect and further develop the wonderful fruit villages that we can be proud of throughout the country. Peach and Grape, declaration of Japan’s No. 1 Township in October 2005. On April 10, 2013, we will declare Japan’s number one paradise on earth. 文化財他 : 佐久神社本殿 : 県指定, 石和, 八田家書院 / 八田御朱印公園 : 県指定, 石和, 絹本著色仏涅槃図 : 国指定重, 石和, 木造大物主神立像, 国指定重 : 御坂, 板絵著色三十六歌仙図 : 県指定, 御坂, 美和神社の太々神楽 : 県指定, 御坂, 白糸威褄取鎧〈残欠〉: 県指定重, 御坂, 朱礼紅糸素懸威胴丸佩楯付〈一領〉: 県指定, 御坂, 木造吉祥天坐像と二天像 : 国指定重, 御坂, 木造香王観音像 : 県指定, 御坂, 木造他阿真教上人坐像 : 国指定重, 御坂, 称願寺の桜 : 県指定, 御坂, 御坂隧道 : 国登録, 御坂, 檜峯神社コノハズク確認の地 : 県指定, 御坂, 姥塚 : 県指定, 御坂, 下黒駒の大ヒイラギ : 県指定, 御坂, 渦文深鉢 : 県指定, 御坂, 美和神社, 御坂, 福光園寺, 御坂, 称願寺, 御坂, 檜峯神社, 御坂, 花鳥山一本杉 : 市指定, 御坂 / 八代, 星石 : 市指定, 御坂, 浅間神社摂社山宮神社本殿 : 国指定, 一宮, 慈眼寺本堂 : 国指定, 一宮, 慈眼寺庫裏 : 国指定, 一宮, 慈眼寺鐘楼門 : 国指定, 一宮, 紺紙金泥般若心経 付武田晴信自筆奉納包 : 国指定, 一宮, 甲斐国分寺跡 : 国指定史跡, 一宮, 甲斐国分尼寺跡 : 国指定史跡, 一宮, 木造十一面観音菩薩立像 : 県指定, 一宮, 石造地蔵菩薩坐像 : 県指定, 一宮, 超願寺文書 : 県指定, 一宮, 広厳院文書 : 県指定, 一宮, 梵字法帖 : 県指定, 一宮, 銅鐘 : 県指定, 一宮, 太刀 銘国次 : 県指定, 一宮, 古常滑大甕 / 支那青磁碗 / 同染付碗皿 / 黄瀬戸皿, 県指定, 一宮, 古瀬戸瓶 古常滑大甕 : 県指定, 一宮, 太刀 : 銘一徳斉助則 : 県指定, 一宮, 刺繍法華経 : 県指定, 一宮, 刀剣 : 銘広重 附衛府太刀拵 : 県指定, 一宮, 紙本著色星曼荼羅 : 県指定, 一宮, 経塚古墳 : 県指定, 一宮, 夫婦梅 : 県指定, 一宮, ルミエール旧地下発酵槽 : 国登録, 一宮, 土偶(釈迦堂遺跡出土品) : 国指定重, 一宮, 一宮浅間神社, 一宮, 浅間神社摂社山宮神社の夫婦杉 : 市指定, 一宮, 岡の式三番叟 : 県指定, 八代, 菱雲文帯半円方形四乳鏡 : 県指定, 八代, 岡 / 銚子塚古墳 : 県指定, 八代, 御崎古墳出土品362点 : 県指定, 八代, 竜塚古墳 :県指定, 八代, 木造如来形坐像及び塑像仏像残欠 : 県指定, 八代, 木造十二神将立像 : 県指定, 八代, 絹本著色熊野曼荼羅 附桐箱 : 県指定, 八代, 荒神堂のケヤキ : 市指定, 八代, 木造虚空蔵菩薩坐像 : 県指定, 境川, 版本大般若経 : 県指定, 境川, 桑原家文書 : 県指定, 境川, 智光寺のカヤ : 県指定, 境川, 宗源寺のヒダリマキカヤ : 県指定, 境川, 地蔵堂塚古墳出土蕨手刀 : 県指定, 境川, 藤垈の滝, 境川, 山梨岡神社本殿 : 国指定, 春日居, 山梨岡神社太々神楽 : 県指定, 春日居, 木造五大明王像 : 県指定, 春日居, 木造立川不動明王坐像 : 県指定, 春日居, 寺本廃寺跡 : 県指定, 春日居. 平成17年11月1日に, 塩山市, 東山梨郡勝沼町, 大和村と合併し,「甲斐国」の別称 “Koshu City”,（Concerning municipalities which changed characters for names and adopted old provincial names virtually, there are Mutsu City（青森県）, Iwaki City（福島県）, Sanuki City（香川県）, Oushu City（岩手県）, and Koshu City.）になる. 甲府盆地の東側に位置し, 富士山, 南アルプス（The South Alps cover an area of over 300,000 hectares across Yamanashi, Nagano and Shizuoka Prefectures.）, 八ヶ岳（谷戸城跡: 史跡名勝天然記念物; 北巨摩郡大泉村（現: 北杜市）: 指定年月日, 1993. 11/29, Located in the southern foothill of Yatsugatake, Henmiso had Henmi-no-maki, a livestock grazing land for ancient officials, spreading in the area, and Kiyomitsu settled in present Seikoji Temple area (Nagasaka Town, Hokuto City) (alleged otherwise to be located at Wakamiko, Sudama Town, Hokuto City) and built Yato Castle (Oizumi Village, Hokuto City, Yamanashi Prefecture) as tsume-no-shiro, a retreat and backup castle.）などの緑豊かな山々に, 囲まれている「フルーツ」の栽培適地である. “武田信玄” 公の菩提寺として, 名高い「恵林寺（His family temple was the Erin-ji Temple in Koshu City, Yamanashi Prefecture.）」, 子の「勝頼（四郎）」, の菩提寺である「景徳院」, 風林火山（During the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, which was about 200 years earlier than the period of Shingen, the banner was used by Akiie KITABATAKE as a Jinki (the flag for a camp) containing the emblem, Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan. Akiie KITABATAKE used this emblem on his flag and fought against Takauji ASHIKAGA until Takauji at one time was driven to take his own life in an instant. “Shingen TAKEDA” was not the first to use the battle flag of Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan.）で, お馴染みの「孫子の旗; 兵法（The Art of War (military text by Sun Tzu,512 BCE): Dou XIN said, “the Art of War by Tzu SUN tells us that an obstinate attitude leads a small army to being captured by a large army. If the small army fiercely fights against the large army without considering the deference of their fighting strength, it will end up being captured. It is not a perfect plan to force tired soldiers to fight against the enemy that is increasing in number. We should withdraw.” The art of warfare of Sonshi (Chinese books about tactics) in the ancient China is famous in Japan, too. Hatajirushi: A flag of Sonshi (also known as a flag of Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan which literally means “Wind, Forest, Fire, and Mountain,” which was the motto of the feudal lord Shingen TAKEDA, quoted from Sonshi (Chinese books about tactics), meaning “swift as the wind, quiet as a wood, fierce as fire, and immovable as a mountain.”), a flag of Suwa Myojin (The Suwa Deity) ）」や, 日本最古の「日の丸御旗（flag with a red circle on a white background）」を所蔵する「雲峰寺（臨済宗妙心寺派 裂石山,（関連; 影武者: 黒澤明監督, 大菩薩峠: 中里介山（弥之助））」, 武田家代々の家督の印とされる国宝「楯無鎧」を預かる「菅田天神社」（Tatenashi (no shield) (Kanda-tenjinja Shrine) – handed down from the Takeda clan.）, 武田家と縁の深い社寺仏閣が数多く存在する. Katsunuma district, National/ prefecture designated cultural property（甲州市勝沼地区）“国宝” 大善寺本堂附厨子／大善寺「彫刻重要文化財」, 木造薬師如来及両脇侍像, 木造十二神将立像, “史跡” 勝沼（武田信虎公, 弟君2代（信友氏））氏館跡, 勝沼町, 勝沼字御所／甲州市「名勝県指定文化財」, 大善寺庭園／大善寺三光寺庭園／三光寺 “記念物”, 萬福寺のムクノキ／萬福寺 “建造物” 旧宮崎醸造所／メルシャン大善寺山門／大善寺 “彫刻” 大善寺役行者椅像／大善寺大善寺日光月光菩薩立像, ”工芸品” 大善寺鰐口, “古文書” 大善寺文書,「工作物登録文化財」葡萄酒貯蔵庫, 堰堤, 祝橋. Temple of origin of Japanese grape cultivation – A “Bhaisajyaguru (buddha able to cure all ills)” holding a rare grape is enshrined. “Kofu City”, It is located almost in the center of the prefecture. The city area is 23.1 km east-west, 41.6 km north-south, and the area is 212.47 km2. In the northernmost mountainous area, Mt. Hachiman, Mt. Kinpu, and Mt. Asahi are lined up from east to west. Mt. Ou and Mt. Shakkagatake are in the south. The city area is located in the center of the Kofu basin. It is generally flat, but tends to slope high to the north and low to the south. From the city, you can see Mt.yatsugatake to the north, Mt. fuji to the south, and the Southern Alps mountain range to the west. Arakawa flows from the main peak of Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park. Certified as “Heisei Best Water 100’s” in 2008: Mitakeshosenkyo boasts one of the best canyon beauty in Japan. A land pattern blessed with abundant nature such as the Ashigawa Valley. City tree: subgen. Cyclobalanopsis or Cyclobalanopsis: It is an evergreen tree of the family Fagaceae and grows naturally in Kofu. The material is very hard, and the tree shape grows magnificently toward the heavens. The tree shape that extends toward the sky symbolizes the future of the city: Designated in August 1971. Flowers: Dianthus: It is widely distributed all over the world and is loved as a flower that is very easy to grow. The strength and beauty of blooming withstanding the heat and cold are suitable for symbolizing Kofu: Designated in January 1958. Bird: Alcedo atthis Linnaeus, 1758: It is known as a resident bird (a wild bird that does not leave the land born until death) that lives on the banks of rivers and on the water’s edge. It is also called a “flying jewel” because of the beauty of its back wings.It is most suitable for “Kofu, the city of jewels” : Designated in August 1984. Nine declarations: Road safety city; December 9, 1958, Pollution-free city; July 8, 1971, Nuclear Weapons Abolition Peace City; July 2, 1982, Greening promotion city; March 13, 1986, Clear creative city; July 6, 1990, Volunteer city; December 9, 1994, Lifelong Learning city; June 12, 1998, Gender equality city; June 20, 2013, Healthy city; September 19, 1st year of Reiwa. History: People started living at the foot of the mountain in the Paleolithic era about 27,000 years ago. In the Yayoi period, when rice farming began, villages were set up in lowlands and the development of the bottom of the basin began. Construction of burial mounds began in the city area in the middle of the 4th century. The existence of Kannduka, which boasts a huge horizontal hole type stone chamber, indicates the rise of political power with great economic power. At the end of the Heian period, Nobuyoshi Takeda led Kai Genji and solidified Kai’s rule. His sons Tadayori Ichijyo and Kanenobu Itagaki set up a mansion in the city area. He also participated in the raising of Minamoto no Yoritomo-Ko and contributed to the establishment of the Kamakura Shogunate. It was Nobutura that laid the foundation for Mr. Takeda to fly as a warring lord. Nobutora, who took over the role of guardian of Kai at the age of 14, overwhelmed the rebellious influential landlord. Built a residence in Tsutsujigasaki（Currently, Takeda Shrine is enshrined in the castle.）and started construction of a castle town. I hear that is the beginning of Kai’s Fuchu “Kofu”. With the expansion of power, Kofu has developed into one of the largest castle towns in the eastern country. Shingen: Construction of a large river embankment to protect the kofu basin from flood disasters. Creation of a monetary system using koshu money. Enactment of law for territorial governance: laws established by daimyo applicable only in their own domain (during the Warring States period); Koshu Hatto no Shidai (the Laws of the Province of Kai) of the Takeda clan laid down that ‘both parties to a quarrel leading to violence were to be executed regardless of their reasons; however, those who were involved in quarrels, but who kept their patience were not to be punished. In Koshu Hatto no Shidai (the Laws of the Province of Kai), it was defined that Yoriko would bring a suit to Yorioya regardless of its content. The castle town was expanded by relocating Shinano Zenkoji-Temple to Kofu to enrich Kai Province. I hear that the castle town of Kofu prospered most throughout the early modern period during the time of Mr. Yanagisawa. It was limited to daimyo feudal lord in hereditary vassalage to the Tokugawa house, but Yoshiyasu, an aide to General Tsunayoshi, accepted Kai. The maintenance of the castle town was promoted for two generations of father and son. After that, it became the direct control of the Shogunate, and Kofu Castle was under the control of the duty, and the end of the Tokugawa shogunate was reached. The city system was enforced in 1889. It is the 34th in Japan and second only to Yokohama, Mito and Tokyo in the Kanto region. Kofu air raid in July 1945 scorched 74% of the city area. The remnants of the good old days of Kofu have been lost. However, immediately after the end of the war, the war damage reconstruction station（War Damage Reconstruction Board: War-damaged area reconstruction plan basic policy; Cabinet decision on December 30th.）was set up, and the citizens came together to stand up for the reconstruction of their hometown with a high hammer; War Damage Reconstruction Institute. What about Japan today? “Chuo City”, Located in the south central part of the prefecture. The east is adjacent to Kofu City across the Kamata River. To the north is JR Minobu Line, Showa Town with Showa Bypass as the boundary: West is in the city of minami Alps across the Kamanashi River, the south is adjacent to Ichikawamisato Town. An area consisting of an alluvial plain area formed by the Kamanashi River and Misaka mountains. It has two geographical characteristics, and between the two jurisdictions are separated by the Fuefuki River. The flat part is Tamaho and Tatomi: Located between the Fuefuki River and the Kamanashi River. It is famous as an area spread over abundant mountainous areas. The area of the city is 31.69 km2. Land use goes back to the past in 2003: Residential land 19.4%, agricultural land 36.5%, forests 16.4%, others 27.7; The proportion of agricultural land was high. Special products are peach, asparagus, and maize: Alcoholic spirit distilled from corn, 恵 / Silk products “Silk Flower” “First Silk”, Grape, Wine. B-1 grand prix-Exhibited food with Local delicacy; Bloom of youth tomato noodles. Holding a sweet corn marathon, etc. Many residents love their hometown, which has a long history and the blessings of nature. 木造薬師如来坐像 (富田山 歓盛院; 曹洞宗) : 国指定重要文化財, 下三條, 木造釈迦如来坐像 : 市指定文化財. 木造聖観音立像 (豊田山 永源寺; 華厳宗, 真言宗, 現: 曹洞宗, 加藤梵玄; Fujiwara clan) : 国指定重要文化財, 下河東. 浅利義遠（与一）; Son of the founder of “Henmi style archery”. Kai-Genji (Minamoto clan）: 三与一, Battle of Dannoura. The soil in Fuefuki City’s fertile, has good drainage, has long sunshine hours, and has a large temperature difference between day and night. Excerpt from Mitsuji’s blog site posted on April 1, 2022.
Nakano City, Nagano Prefecture (Nakano City Northern Shipment Association): Mushitaro (Mr. Eijiro) Oguri works on writing “Evil Spirit”, but on February 10, 1946, he died of cerebral hemorrhage in NAKANO City, where he was evacuated of the founders of Japanese science fiction. Mr. Shoichi (Juza UNNO; Founder of Science Fiction) and Best Friend – Complete Crime. “Shine Muscat Grape”: A large, good-tasting diploid grape grown by crossing “Grape Akitsu No. 21” (“Stuben Grape” × “Muscat of Alexandria Grape”) with “White South”. The skin color is yellowish green, the flesh is disintegrating and hard, and the scent is Muscat scent. It is a new variety that was registered in 2006 as a new variety, which was born in the Fruit Tree Tea Industry Research Division of the National Agriculture and Food Research Organization. It’s been only 15 years since it first appeared on the market. Since 2014, the cultivation area has become the fourth largest among grape varieties, and its popularity is rapidly expanding nationwide. It is a beautiful yellow-green large grape that can be produced without seeds. It has a sweet and muscat scent, and its high quality is attracting attention, as it has a thin skin and an excellent texture that can be eaten together with the skin and crumbles in the mouth. In addition, it has excellent characteristics that farmers can cultivate with peace of mind, such as easy cultivation and good storage of harvested grapes. It is a yellowish green that matures at about the same time as Kyoho Grapes. It is weak against Elsinoe ampelina, but has a certain resistance to downy mildew (Peronosporaceae: It is a water-type biotrophic phytopathogen containing 21 genera including more than 600 species. Parasitic on host plants as intercellular mycelium using Haustoria to invade host cells.) and strong resistance to downy mildew. Cold resistance is evaluated as Kyoho Grapes. The trees are strong and the yield seems to be higher than that of Kyoho Grapes. The grain weight varies depending on the cultivation method, but it seems that it can be cultivated to about 13 g. It is easy to chew (disintegrate), has a hard meat quality, and has a high sugar content of 18% or more. The acid content is as low as 0.3-0.4 g / 100 ml, and the aroma is Muscat aroma. In seedless cultivation, it is a little difficult to peel, but the skin is not thick and there is no astringency, so you can eat the whole skin. Like Kyoho Grape, it generally does not split. It is harder to shed than Kyoho Grape and tends to last longer. It seems that it can be produced as seedless grapes by spraying 200 ppm of streptomycin before flowering and dipping in inflorescence (fruit bunch) of 25 ppm of gibberellin at full bloom and 10 to 15 days after full bloom. Use about 4 cm at the tip of the spike. I heard that it is effective to add fulmet solution at the time of the first gibberellin treatment to stabilize the grain formation. In an unheated house, seedless treatment (hormone treatment) on the lower 3.5 cm results in a triple bunch of grapes 10 cm long.
Shine Muscat grapes, researched and developed by NARO, are indispensable when talking about Japanese agriculture. As a characteristic, it combines the aroma and texture of European grapes, the ability to eat with the skin (Kaiji grapes, Muscat of Alexandria grapes, etc.), and the ease of growing American grapes (Delaware grapes, Niagara grapes, etc.). It is a large grain variety. Currently, I hear that seven farmers in Makioka Town, Yamanashi City grow two types of grapes: Kyoho grapes and Shine Muscat grapes.
There are many restrictions on new entrants, such as the cost of equipment, but it seems that the number of producers who expect new demand in Makioka, a famous production area for Kyoho grapes, is gradually increasing.
One grain is large, has a high sugar content, has no seeds, and can be eaten with the skin. “Shine Muscat Grape” is a large grape that shines with impeccable jade color.