ご挨拶 Greetings

ご挨拶 「 結葉 」小満〜芒種 Greeting " Musubiha " From Grain Full to Grain in Ear*




はちす葉の にごりにしまぬ 心もて
何かは露を 珠とあざむく
(僧正遍昭 古今和歌集)


The Midosuji -Boulevard and the trees along the street are seen from Oebashi- Bridge towards Yodoyabashi-Bridge.

The familiar scenery seems to be unusually bright today, and the air seems to be fresh and clean. It is early summer, and the young leaves are shining in the sunlight, which have all become stronger. The sunlight shining through the trees on the sidewalk is as beautiful as a pearl. The colors of the young leaves on the trees and the air on my skin make the unchanged cityscape look like it is changing into summer.

Summer has just arrived, and a pleasant breeze is blowing even before noon. However, the air hitting on my cheeks gives me a glimpse of midsummer. It is time to enjoy a moment of early summer before the overwhelming severity of summer comes.

Hachisuhano Nigorini shimanu Kokoro mote
Nanikaha tsuyu to Tama to azamuku
By Soujohenjo from Kokin wakasyu

Why does the lotus leaf, with a heart that is not stained with dirt, deceive the dew as a pearl?

*Grain Full/ Grain in Ear: The traditional East Asian calendars divide a year into 24 solar terms. “Grain full” is the 8th solar term and starts from May 21st. “Grain in Ear” is the 9th solar term and starts from June 6th.



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