Climbing Jujo Fujiduka at Jujo Fuji Shrine
“Jujo Fujiduka” is familiar to the name of “O-Fuji-san” for local.
In the Edo period, the common people who can not go to Mt. Fuji climbed this Jujo-fuji as Mt. Fuji.
Like “Komagome Fuji”, there is the stairs that has been maintained.
There is a lion dog at the side of the approach.
It may be that “Fuji” was drawn on the foundation part.
At the summit, there is a small shrine of “Jujo Fuji Shrine”.
A festival is held every year on the day of the mountain opening.
I guess that this Jujo-Fuji has been loved by locals.
Shinohatra Entertainment Theater
“Entertainment Theater” is the play for the masses.
There are “playhouse” in spa town, but also in Tokyo!
Jujo Ginza (shopping area)
Even if you visit for the first time, it is a nostalgic shopping district.
Daily dish Miyahara
There were plenty of charming delicatessen such as yakitori, fried chicken, boiled pork belly, meat ball and so on.
I wish I had such a shop near my house.
Japanese confectionery store Musashiya
Rice crackers of green peppers are shining like jewels.
You can buy dorayaki, Bosse, rice cracker etc from one sheet.