鯖寿司の老舗いづうの暖簾(のれん・noren)= curtain hung over the doorway of businesses such as restaurants or shops

A noren is a traditional divided curtain hung across the entrance of a shop or restaurant. During the Edo period, customers would wipe their hands on the curtain as they exited a restaurant, so a dirty noren was the sign of a popular business.

Ippodo Tea, Kyoto, Japan with white noren curtain sign for summer 一保堂茶舗

Ippodo Tea shop / tea rooms, Kyoto, Japan — with white noren curtain sign for summer 一保堂茶舗

Kyoto, Japan

京美人のオススメは「井澤清兵衛」のちりめん山椒【京都粋人の手土産】 1枚目の写真・画像

Located in the heart of Kyoto, Ippodo Tea Co. has been providing the highest quality Japanese green tea for nearly 3 centuries.   一保堂茶舗 京都本店の暖簾(のれん)

Located in the heart of Kyoto, Ippodo Tea Co. has been providing the highest quality Japanese green tea for nearly 3 centuries.

着物のいろは: 篠山 のれん散歩 〜あいたい兵庫・ブロガー100人戦国トリップ

着物のいろは: 篠山 のれん散歩 〜あいたい兵庫・ブロガー100人戦国トリップ

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