6/27/2009

Funaryoori Ships Boats

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Food served on board (funaryoori)

***** Location: Japan
***** Season: All Summer
***** Category: Humanity


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Explanation

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funaryoori 船料理 (ふなりょうり) food eaten on a ship
Food served on board, for visitors or for the fishermen during work.
The ship can be in motion along a canal or on sea, or fixed to the shore as a swimming restaurant.



funaikesu 船生洲 / 生け簀(ふないけす)"fish preserve" on a boat
fune no ikesu 船の生け簀

ikesubune 生簀船(いけすぶね)boat serving as a fish perserve

ayu ikesu 鮎生簀(あゆいけす), aquarium for ayu sweetfish


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the following are NOT KIGO


ikesu 生簀 "fish preserve"
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aquarium with live fish, kept until consumption. Mostly in expensive restaurants.
Awabi abalones, crabs and many others are often kept in an ikesu to serve them fresh throughout the year, after the official fishing season is over.



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Regional food eaten on board the fishing boats


katsuomeshi かつおめし rice with bonito
used to be eaten on the fishing boats. Fresh fished fish is cut into pieces and simmered together with rice and soy sauce. For flavor, leek and nori are added.
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from Chiba prefecture



magocha, magochazuke まご茶, まご茶漬け
"rice for the grand children"

On board, the fishermen cut fresh bonito, makerels and other fish into small pieces, mixed them with cooked rice, added some leek and poored hot green tea over the mix. It was so good they talked about "giving it to the grandchildren" back home.
from Chiba prefecture



mamakari 飯借り (ままかり) Japanese sardinella
"to borrow rice from your neighbours"

They say the fishermen used to grill the fish right on their boats and when the rice of one boat was eaten, they would drive to the next one and ask for his to share.
from Okayama



suketo no okijiru スケトウの沖汁 / スケトの沖汁
halibutt soup on the boat

prepared by fishermen on the boat. On the fishing trip to Sado island they caught sukettodara すけとうだら(介党鱈) and cut it into bite-size in a pot with miso soup or salt water.
Alaska pollack, Theragra chalcogramma
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from Niigata prefecture



tekonezushi てこねずし . 手こねずし
fish zushi mixed with the hands

Red fish like katsuo bonito and maguro tuna are sliced for sashimi and marinated in soy sauce. Then they are mixed with sushi rice. Perilla leaves, ginger or other seaweed can be mixed. It started with the fishermen of the SHIMA region on their boats, who did not have much time for preparing meals and mixed it with their hands. The ama divers also eat this.
Mie prefecture
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Food served on ferry boats フェリーの料理
ferii, from the English ferry.

Essen auf der Fähre
Autofähre



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Worldwide use


ikesu
Fischbehälter im Restaurant

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Things found on the way





Darumabune, a Boat だるま舟 Ships called DARUMA


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HAIKU and SENRYU


立ち上がる一人に揺れて船料理  
tachiagaru hitori ni yurete funaryoori

one person gets up
and all is shaking -
eating on board

      
Takahama Toshio 高浜年尾



船料理さらさらさらと水の音
funaryoori sarasarasara to mizu no oto

eating on board -
sara sara sara
the sound of water

Maeda Goken 前田伍健



醍醐味もさすがに土佐の船料理   
   
飯野鳴潮
Tosa no Funaryoori 

source
http://www.ami-yacon.jp/yume_haiku/yume_haiku_hunaryouri.htm


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eating on board
urchins chase 'grass hoppers'
landing from the deck


Dalip Daswani India


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Related words

WKD : ship, boat and related kigo


***** WASHOKU : General Information

***** WASHOKU : FISH and SEAFOOD SAIJIKI

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1 comment:

anonymous said...

Ikesu the crab stares back
Willie