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2024年02月16日
えのきが25周年、4半世紀にもわたり今も憩いと楽しみを与えてくれていることに先ず、お礼とお店の繁盛にお祝いを申し上げます。

渋谷のんべえ横丁はJR山手線内回り沿いにあって、3列あり、店が40軒前後ある。

 終戦後、新宿・新橋等にあった飲み屋街の中でも今も活気があり、存続している。渋谷には国道246通り近くにもう一つ稲荷横丁という

飲み屋街があったが今はない。稲荷神社は金王八幡神社の隣に移り祭られている。私がのんべえ横丁に来た最初は昭和31年職場の会の流れ後や、先輩と寄るぐらいで特定の店には通っていなかった。えのきとの縁は、職場の人事異動先での新しい同僚の一人に誘われて来てからである。その友も先に逝ってしまった。えのきはママ“チズル”さんが、かもしだす暖かい接待と、時には激しく論す会話や人柄の良さだと思うが、何よりも小さなカウンターの中で立ちづくめで作る料理の美味しさと独特のメニューで、食材の選別や仕入れは自分で開店前に行い、その日の材料はその日のうちに売れ、新鮮さを保っているからであろう。えのきはそのお客層も広く、幅広い。東京を離れた人も、折々上京すると必ずお店へ寄る人が多い。お客同士との出会い、ママとお客さんの話がはずみ常連さんになるのも人気の一つだろう。私は職場話は同僚と店ではしない。ここでは、“ヨシオちゃん”で通している。ここが好きな理由の一つに各国の人が店へ通っていることである。仕事柄、各国の庶民の生活や外国語、文化の話が聞けることである。勿論日本の人からも仕事を離れた話を聞けるからである。



また、年始に常連の年賀状をママは二階に貼るが、店で結ばれたカップルが子供との写真もあり微笑ましい。この25年の中で、私にとって忘れることが出来ないことのうちで二つあるが、一つは、ある雨の日カメラで店の前を少し過ぎたところで、えのきを振り返り写したものを色鉛筆でスケッチした絵をママが店内の壁に額を付けて飾ってくれ、その絵が渋谷のんべえ横丁40周年記念のテレホンカードに使用されたことと、もう一つは、赤ワインブームでジャパンタイムズの女性記者がこのことで取材に来店し、たまたま来ていた私が赤ワインとポリフェノール談の記事が氏名入りで新聞に載ったことである。思い出は尽きない。

Mr.S 

*えのき25周年時にお祝いコメントを頂いた文章です。


*This is a text from Mr, S with congratulatory comments on the occasion of Enoki's 25th anniversary.

I would first like to thank Enoki for its 25th anniversary and for the rest and enjoyment it has still provided over the past quarter of a century, and congratulate the shops on their prosperity.

Shibuya Nonbei Yokocho is located along the inner loop of the JR Yamanote Line and has around 40 shops.
There used to be another drinking street in Shibuya called Inari Yokocho near Route 246, but it is no longer there.
Inari Shrine is enshrined next to Kinnou Hachiman Shrine.

I first came to Nonbei Yokocho in 1956.
I didn't go to any particular restaurant, only dropping in with my seniors after a drinking session at work.

My first encounter with Enoki was when I was invited by one of my new colleagues who had been transferred to a new position at work.
The colleague, who is also my friend, passed away already.
Enoki's mama, Chizuru-san, has her warm hospitality and sometimes heated conversations are a pleasure to visit.
Above all, the food prepared behind the small counter is very tasty.
This is probably because Chizuru herself selects and stocks the ingredients before the restaurant opens, and the ingredients of the day are sold on the same day to keep them fresh.

Enoki has a wide and diverse customer base.
Many people who have left Tokyo always drop by Enoki when they come to Tokyo from time to time.
One of the reasons for the popularity of Enoki is that customers meet each other and become regulars as a result of the lively conversation between the customers and their mothers.
I don't talk about my workplace with my colleagues in Enoki.
Here, everybody calls me "Yoshio-chan".
One of the reasons I like this place so much is that people from all over the world go here.
I get to hear about the lives of ordinary people from different countries, foreign languages and cultures.
Of course, I can also hear stories from Japanese people away from work.
Also, at the beginning of the year, Chizuru-san puts up the New Year's cards of regular customers upstairs, and there are pictures of couples who were married in the shop, some with their children, which makes me smile.

There are two things that I will never forget from the last 25 years.
One rainy day, when I was passing by the shop with my camera, I looked back at Enoki and made a sketch of it with coloured pencils, which Chizuru-san framed and hung on the wall of the shop.
The picture used for the 40th celebration for Nonbei Yokocho. It was drawn by me!
Another was when a female reporter from the Japan Times came to the shop to cover the red wine boom in Japan, and I happened to be there when there was an article about red wine in the newspaper with my name on it.
I have endless memories.
2023年12月18日
コロナが明けて、通常通り、えのきに行ける幸せを感じる今日この頃です。

えのきへ通い出して、もうすぐ10年になります(えのきの常連さんの中には、30年以上、通っている方もいらっしゃいます)。

きっかけは、会社の同僚に連れていってもらい、狭い階段を上り、2階で6名程で飲ませて頂きました。1階から、ママの声が聞こえ「料理取りに来て~」。このお店は、お客さんが料理を取りに行き、下げる仕組みなんだな~と思いながら、料理を取りに行くたびに、ママと会話させて頂き、ママの人間性(愛情のこもった厳しさ、気さくさ、真面目?(笑))に触れ、また、来店しょうと思いました。

その後は、1人で行って、常連の人と交流したり、時には、何気なく横に座っていた人が、偉い方(外人の偉い方も多くいらっしゃいました)だったり、びっくりする客層だと思いました。ただ、えのき魅力は、その空間にいる人達は、地位、年齢などに関係なく、みな平等的な空気が流れていること(偉い人が、ママに叱られているシーンにも何度も遭遇しました。僕もよく叱られていますが(笑))

また、会社の女子社員を連れて行き、ママの人生観、生き方、覚悟などの話もよくしてもらい、女子社員の思考の助言もしてもらいました(僕が伝えるとパワハラになりそうなことを、ママが伝えてくれて、本当に助かりました)

ママ、これからも、えのきファンの為に、頑張って下さい。

Mr.S

*This diary was written by customer Mr S.

"Enoki"

Now that the pandemic is over, I feel happy to go to Enoki when I feel like it as usual.

I have been coming to Enoki for almost 10 years now.
(Some of Enoki's regulars have been coming for more than 30 years‼)

The first time I went to Enoki was when a colleague took me up a narrow flight of stairs to the second floor, where about six of us had a drink.
I heard Chizuru mama's voice from the first floor and she said 'come and get your food'.
At first, I was surprised to learn that this restaurant has a system where customers go to get their food and drinks.
Every time I went to pick up the food, I had a conversation with Mama, and I got to know her humanity (loving strictness, friendliness, seriousness? lol) and thought I would come back again.

After that, I started going alone and interacting with the regulars.
I was surprised to find that the person I was casually sitting next to could be a great person, and I think the clientele is surprising.
(There were also many foreign dignitaries.)

However, I think the charm of Enoki is that the people in the space are all equal, regardless of their status or age.
(I also encountered many times scenes of great people being scolded by Mama. I often get scolded too (Lol).

I also took the female employees of the company with me, and they often talked about Mama's views on life, how to live and how to be prepared, and gave me advice on how to think about the female employees.
Mama was really helpful in telling them things that would have been power harassment if I had told them.

Chizuru Mama, please keep up the good work for Enoki fans.
2023年11月14日
子供の頃、夏休み朝(6時学校に行き)ラジオ体操第一

 1 手を上に伸び...正しい姿勢づくり
 2 腕を振って脚を曲げ伸ばす。
 3 腕を回す..肩こり予防、血行促進、首の疲労回復
 4 胸を反らす...正しい姿勢づくり
5 体を横に曲げる….消化機管働き
 6 体を前後に曲げる….腰痛予防
7 体をねじる….内臓器官の働き
 8 腕を上下に伸ばす…瞬発力アップ
9 体を斜め下に曲げ胸を反らす...呼吸機能アップ
 10 体を回す…腰痛予防 
 11 両脚で跳ぶ…血行促進
 12 腕を振って脚を曲げ伸ばす…転倒予防

 *終わった習慣 あ〜ア〜気持ち良い〜
 は〜い ごくろ様と、スタンプを押してもらう
 その頃スタンプの数を増やすのが、楽しさだった。
 所がいつの間にか、大人になりラジオ体操の事など
 忘れていたが、公園を歩いていると、多くの人達が
 懐かしいラジオからの体操の声で、体を動かしている
 冬も近い、体も硬くなる時期、基礎代謝が高く、
 血行が良く効果抜群
 ラジオから聞く、又はテレビ場面、2,3分の体操を活用したい!!
 


When I was a child, there was a community event where we would go to the school or community center around 6:00 AM morning during summer holiday to do exercise with the radio.
Radio Exercises No. 1

1. Create a straight and correct posture by extending your hands upward.
2 Bend and stretch the legs by swinging the arms.
3. Rotate arms widely. Prevent stiff shoulders, promote blood circulation, relieve neck fatigue
4. Chest bending exercise. Create correct posture
5. Bending the body sideways. Improves digestive system
6. Bending the body back and forth. Prevents lower back pain
7. Twisting exercises. Benefits internal organs
8. Arm stretching up and down. Improves instantaneous force.
9. Bending the body at an angle downwards and then bending the chest back. Improves respiratory function.
10. Exercise to rotate the body widely. Prevents lower back pain 
11. Jumping on both legs and spreading arms to the side. Promotes blood circulation
12. Bend and extend legs by swinging arms. Improves balance

The moment you finish the exercises, you may feel very comfortable.
Probably in every region of Japan, summer vacation radio exercises were stamped when they were over.
When I was a child, increasing the number of stamps I looked forward to.

I had grown up and forgotten about radio exercises.
But nowadays, when I walk in the park, I see many people exercising their bodies to the sound of old-fashioned gymnastics from the radio.
The cold winter is coming.
I wanted to take advantage of these exercises, which are very effective in increasing basic metabolism and improving blood circulation!
2023年09月07日
昨年春に43年間にわたる大航海を何とか無事に終え、小舟に乗り換えて第2の航海をスタートしました。大航海では嵐もあれば良いこともいろいろありましたがここでは割愛します。第2の航海では某小売業の品出しジジイとして肉体を酷使しながらも、良き男性陣に恵まれたうえ優しいパートさんに囲まれ、ここは天国かと思うほど楽しい日々を送ってます。今更ながら「職場は人」だと痛感した次第ですが、今日申し上げたいことは「飲み屋さんも人」ということです。オーケストラの指揮者は重要だといいますが、一人で行ってもオーケストラの構成員同士をうまく繋げてくれるママの指揮者振りにはいつも感謝です。構成員の方々も良い人ばかりです。
これからも末永く元気で指揮者を続けて衆生をお救いくださいませm(__)m。
3年ほど前のチズル日記に「乗り越し好きなS氏」と紹介された「S」より


*This diary is written by Mr. S, a customer.

Enoki

Last spring, after successfully completing a voyage of 43 years of my work, I changed to a small boat and started a second voyage.
There were storms and good things on the first voyage, but I won't go into them here.

On my second voyage, I am working hard as an old man as a retailer, but I am blessed with a good male staff.
I am surrounded by kind part-timers, and I am enjoying my days so much that I feel like I am in heaven.

Today, I would like to say "work is up to the person" as well as "the bar is up to the customers".

People say that the conductor of an orchestra is important, and I am always grateful to Chizuru-san for her wonderful conducting that connects the members of the Izakaya orchestra well even when I go alone.
The members of the Izakaya orchestra are all good people.
Please continue to be a conductor of Enoki in good health for a long long time.

From "S" who was introduced as "Mr. S who likes to ride over" in Chizuru's diary about 3 years ago
2023年08月07日
南中国の原産で、我が国への渡来は奈良時代とも平安時代ともいわれます。
初めは薬草として(牽牛子…けんごし)(けにごし)と呼ばれた。
一つひとつは朝咲いて昼を待たずにしぼんでしまいますが、夏から晩秋にかけて咲き続け朝霧を宿して先競うその姿は、いかにも涼しげで、暑い夏の朝を慰めてくれます。

朝顔 Asagao (Morning glory) is native to South China and have arrived in Japan during the Nara or Heian periods.
At first, they were called 'Kengoshi' (牽牛子...Kengoshi) as a medicinal herb.
As the name suggests, morning glories bloom in the morning and wilt before noon.
Blooming from summer to late autumn, the flowers look cool and provide a welcome distraction from the hot summer weather.
2023年07月13日
職場が東京西部のため、仕事で都心に出ると夕方必ずチズルさんの顔が浮かぶ。コロナ禍で暫く閑散としていた渋谷も、今や外国人も含めすっかり元通り、いや、それ以上の賑わいかもしれない。
今では渡り慣れていたはずのスクランブル交差点も日本人でさえ右往左往する始末だ。
渋谷のんべい横丁。その名の通り約40店舗がひしめき合う様に軒を並べる。本物ののんべい達が心から愛する聖地感。
渋谷を訪れる観光の外国人は必ず、スクランブル交差点とのんべい横丁を訪れ、大都会の醍醐味と古き良き横丁居酒屋文化を体験していくようだ。
私は、いわゆる常連の友人に連れられて訪問してまだ十数年の新参者。
今でも洗礼のように強烈だった初回訪問を忘れられない。いや、決して悪い意味ではない。チズルさんと常連さん達との会話の洪水と、またそれを受け止める別の常連さん達に圧倒され続けてそれ以降、お邪魔する度にその場を和ませるオヤジギャグ担当として友人と私は席を空けて頂いた。いや、言い過ぎた。ずいぶんスベッていたと思う。
先日、数人の常連さんと意見がまとまった。
1.えのきは礼儀をわきまえないと入れてもらえない。
2.えのきは毎回いろんな意味で凄い偶然が起きる。
3.えのきは何故か常連来訪者が皆、出世する。
4.えのきは叱られたい大人が集まる。
5.チズルさんはきっと余裕で100歳を迎える。(そうだ、きっとそうだ笑)
そのお祝いをするべき側の方が多分お先に失礼するであろうから先に伝えておきたい。
いつも真剣に向き合ってくれ、叱ってくれるチズルさん。
知らず知らず背中を押されて元気にしてくれるチズルさん。
(関西弁風に)「あんたはエライッ!」・・・「ありがとう」
文章:Tさん


*This diary was written by customer
"Enoki and me"

I work in western Tokyo, so I rarely go to Shibuya.
When I occasionally go to the city centre on business, Chizuru-san's face always comes to mind in the evening.

Shibuya, which was deserted for a while due to Covid-19, is now completely back to normal, including foreign tourists.
In fact, it is probably even busier than it was before the pandemic.
Even Japanese people are turning left and right at the scramble crossing.

Shibuya Nobei Yokocho.
As the name suggests, about 40 izakaya restaurants are lined up in a row.
This place, which is loved by real alchol lovers with all their hearts, seems to be a sacred place.
Foreign tourists visiting Shibuya always seem to go to Scramble Crossing and Nonbei Yokocho to experience the real thrill of the big city and the good old izakaya culture of Yokocho.

I am a newcomer, having only been visiting for more than a decade, having been taken there by a so-called regular friend.
I still can't forget my first visit which was intense.
Not in a bad way by any means.
The momentum of the conversation between Chizuru-san and the regulars was incredible.
And I was overwhelmed by another group of regulars who took in the conversation.
From that day onwards, every time we visited, my friend and I were given a seat to be in charge of the old man style gags that made the place more relaxed.
(I suppose we overestimated ourselves)
We have made the regulars fake smile at us a lot.

The other day, I reached a consensus with a few of the regulars.
1. Enoki won't let you in unless you are polite.
2.Enoki is a great coincidence in many ways.
3.All regular customers get promoted.
4.Enoki attracts adults who want to be scolded by Chizuru-san.
5.Chisuru-san will surely reach 100 years of age in plenty of time. (Yes, I'm sure she will. Lol)

I would like to tell you first, because the person who should be celebrating that will probably excuse me first.
Chizuru-san always takes each and every one of us seriously and scolds us.
Chizuru-san, who unknowingly pushes my back and cheers me up.
(In Kansai dialect) "You're great!" Thank you!
2023年06月08日
「えのき」でのお楽しみはチズルさんの笑顔、お料理、お酒、時に喝!? そして隣に座った方とのご縁。
時には見知った顔と乾杯ということもありますが、私は一期一会も楽しませていただいております。

旧友が急逝した今、思い出すエピソードがあります。
それはある冬の日でした。その方はお仕事から卒業され、人生の第二章をスタートされたばかりのところに、
ずっと会っていなかった友人から突然にメールが来てここ「えのき」で会うことになったという内容のお話をしてくださいました。
何十年も会っていないけれど、とても楽しみにしているとこを色々とお聞かせくださり、私の方がワクワクしてしまったくらいです。
そしてその時、私もいつかここに誘いたい友人の顔が浮んだのです。
仕事を始めてからは海外在住が長く、なかなか渋谷で会うことが出来なかった友。
そして今となっては一緒に来ることが叶わないものとなってしまった友。
ただ、その友を送った日にえのきへ。
いつもと変わらない笑顔で迎えてくれたチズルさん、ありがとう! 
また伺います。

皆さん、えのきはコロナ禍前の状況に戻って、いつも満席ですよ!
ご来店の際は事前にご予約をお忘れなく!
*This diary was written by customer



My favourite part of Enoki is Chizuru's food, delicious drinks, Chizuru's smile and sometimes harsh words to motivate me.
And the chance to meet the person sitting next to you.

Sometimes it is a toast with a familiar face, but I also enjoy encounters as the once-in-a-lifetime.

Recently an old friend passed away suddenly, and there is an episode that reminds me about Enoki.
It was one winter day.
He had just retired from work and was starting a second chapter in his life.
He told me that a friend he hadn't seen for a long time suddenly emailed them and they decided to meet here at Enoki.
He told me how much he was looking forward to it, even though she hadn't seen me for decades, and I was more excited than he was.

Then I thought of a friend of mine who I would like to invite to come here one day.
I had been living abroad for a long time since I started working, and it has been difficult for them to meet me in Shibuya.
And now some friends are not able to come here with them.

However, I went to Enoki on the day I sent that friend.
Thank you, Chizuru-san, for welcoming me with the same smile as always! 
I will visit again.
Mr.T
2023年05月11日
日本の学校のほとんどが4月から新学期が始まる。よって会社も然り、街にはフレッシュな希望と緊張が入り交じった面々が仲間と先輩と歩いている。我がファミリーにも新しい節目がこの4月訪れた。長女が産休明けで小学校4年生の担任に復職、旦那も移動で小学校6年の担任に。1歳半の孫は毎朝自転車に揺られ保育園へ・・・自分に何が起こっているのかまだわからずの毎日。迎えに行くと頬に涙のあとが・・・これも人生、社会デビューの第一歩、がんばれ応援しているぞ!
from(君の60年後を生きている)ジイジより。

文章:T様

*This diary was written by customer



Most schools in Japan start a new term in April.
Similarly, new employees start at companies in April.
The streets are filled with a mixture of fresh hope and nervousness as they walk with their colleagues and seniors.

A new milestone has also arrived in our family.
Our eldest daughter, who is a teacher with her husband, returned from maternity leave to take charge of the 4th grade at primary school.
My son-in-law also became a 6th-grade homeroom teacher.
My 1.5 year old grandson started going to nursery school every morning ...
He still doesn't seem to understand what is happening to himself.
When I went to pick him up, there were tear stains on his cheeks and I felt sad a bit.
This is also his first step in life, his social debut at nursery school.
Grandpa is cheering you on!

From Grandpa (who is living 60 years after you).
2023年04月10日
年末年始で残してしまった仕事、期末にかけてバタバタと入る仕事、
忙しくてタクシー帰りが続いていたのが少し落ち着いてほっと一息ついた時
いつもふと会いに行きたくなるのがチヅルさん。

大好きなL字カウンターの席について
いつもワクワクしながら見るのが並んでいるお野菜とその日のご飯。
「私を食べてー!」と言わんばかりの美味しそうな並びに食欲をそそられる。

お酒と一通りのご飯を頼んだらチヅルさんと他のお客さんとの会話がスタート。
えのきに集まるのは素敵な方々ばかりで、皆さんチヅルさんのことが大好きなのが伝わる。
チヅルさんを中心に集まっているから、お客さん同士もどこか似ていて楽しい空間になるのかな。

どのご飯も本当に美味しいけど、えのきで一番好きなのは鮭ハラス。
こんなに心からほっとするのにお酒が進んでしまう鮭ハラスがあったなんて。
他のご飯もそうだけど「ほっこり」ってきっとこんな感じなんだろうな。

私は趣味が釣りなのでいつかチヅルさんに私が釣ったお魚を食べてもらいたいな。
一番好きなのはアマダイ、カワハギ、、でもシーズンも終わってしまったからイカに挑戦しようかな?

転職活動も無事終わり5月から新しい会社で働くことになって
通勤ルートはいくつも選べるけど、定期券は渋谷を通るルートで買う予定。
私の大好きなほっとする場所に思い立ったらいつでも行けるように。

文章:R氏


To eat a good meal in a relaxing place


I was so busy with work left over from the New Year's holiday and towards the end of the financial year that I kept returning home by taxi.
Whenever I feel relaxed and take a breather, I always want to go to Chizuru-san's restaurant.

When I sat down at the L-shaped counter of my favourite Enoki, I could hear "Eat me!" when I see the delicious-looking line-up of vegetables and the meal of the day which is so appetising.
After ordering a drink and some food, I start chatting with Chizuru-san and the other customers.
The people who gather at Enoki are all lovely people who all love Chizuru-san.
Whether I go alone or with friends, I can gather around Chizuru-san, so the customers are somewhat similar to each other and it becomes a fun space.

All the dishes are really delicious, but my favourite at Enoki is the Salmon Harasu.
It tastes gentle and delicious and makes me want to drink more.

My hobby is fishing, so I'd like to have Chizuru-san eat the fishes I catch one day.
My favourite fish are ama-dai and kawahagi, but now that the season is over, I think I'd like to try squid.

I'll be working for a new company from May.
I can choose my new commuting route, but I plan to buy a commuter pass on a route that passes through Shibuya with transfers so that I can go to my favourite relaxing place whenever I feel like it.
2023年02月09日
新潟県三条市の下田(しただ)地域という県内屈指のいわゆる田舎で暮らし始めて4年。 
 豊かな自然の恵み。 本当に野菜が美味しくて、しかも安い。 四季折々の美しい景色もため息が出るほど素晴らしく、東京にいる友達や家族に見せてあげたいなぁといつも思っています。 
そんな素敵な田舎暮らしですが自然は優しいだけではない、例えば雪。 雪国の人で雪が好きな人はいないでしょうね。 今年は大雪が早く降りました。 朝、出勤前に除雪。 仕事から帰ってきたら車を入れるためにまた除雪(これは地味に体も心も疲れるんです)。 積もり方によっては屋根の雪下ろし。 今年(去年)はすでに3回屋根に登りました。 
 そんな自分は、東京に帰って来て渋谷に来ると、、、スクランブル交差点で深呼吸しちゃうんです。 自分で笑っちゃいますよ。 東京の空気は美味しい!
 それから『えのき』に行きます。 チズルさんとビールで乾杯すると、、、
「ハァ〜、帰ってきたぁ〜」と思うんです。 東京は自分にとって故郷だったんだなぁ。 地方の方が東京で頑張ってたまに里帰りする気持ちを身読している気がします。
 みんな頑張ってるんですね。
 自分が暮らしている下田地域。 素晴らしい所です。 冬景色は水墨画のように美しい。 アウトドアブランドsnow peakの本社がありほぼ1年中アウトドアを楽しめるキャンプの聖地です(冬は雪中キャンプというのが流行ってるんだとか)。
 ぜひ足を運んでみて下さい、案内しますよ。

 それではまた暖かくなる頃、えのきに飲みに行きま〜す。
文章:K様

*This diary was written by customer Mr K.



I live in one of the most rural areas of Niigata Prefecture, in the Shitada region of Sanjo city, Niigata Prefecture.
Four years after I started living there, I'm still impressed by the abundance of nature's bounty. 
Especially, vegetables are really tasty and cheap.
The beautiful scenery in each of the four seasons is stunning.
I always wish I could show my friends and family living in Tokyo. 

For me, it's a lovely country life, but nature is not only kind.
For example, Niigata Prefecture gets a lot of snow.
I don't think anyone from a snowy area likes snow.
Today, it snowed heavily again and I had to clear the snow in the morning before going to work.
When I came back from work, I had to clear the snow again to park my car.
(Shoveling snow after work slowly tires my body and mind.)
Depending on how much snow has accumulated, I have to remove snow from the roof.
I have already climbed on the roof three times this year...

When I come back to Tokyo, I sometimes visit Shibuya and take a deep breath at the scramble crossing.
I laugh at myself, but...
The air in Tokyo is delicious! lol
Then I go to Enoki.
When I toast to beer with Chizuru-san, I feel "Ah, I'm back!
Tokyo is my hometown.

I know people from far away are going to school and work in Tokyo and sometimes go back to their hometowns.
I suppose everyone is doing their best.

The Shitada area where I live is a wonderful place.
The winter scenery is as beautiful as an ink painting.
Also there is the headquarters of the outdoor brand Snow Peak is located here and it is a mecca for camping, where you can enjoy the outdoors almost all year round.
(I heard that snow camping is popular nowadays)
 Please visit, and if you are a customer of Enoki, I will show you around.
 I'll be back to Enoki for a drink when it gets warmer.
See you soon!
2022年12月09日

人の繋がりが増大する不思議な空間
何故か意識が共有できる人達しかいない
一芸に秀でた天才系が集まるのは何故か?
引き寄せの法則が実際にあるのならばそうかもしれない・・・

普段私が心がけている組織づくりにおける重要ポイントは
「高めあう関係と環境」
人と環境がそれを実現している。

そんな気がします
S氏



*This diary was written by customer Mr S.

Enoki is a wonderful and mysterious space for me, where human connections increase.
For some reason, it seems only people who share ideas and awareness gather here.
Why do geniuses gather here?
If the law of attraction actually exists, maybe this is the place...

The key points in organisational development that I usually try to keep in mind are 'Relationships and environments that enhance each other'.
The people and the environment make it happen.
That's how I feel.
2022年11月10日
今年も残すところ2ヶ月弱となり、1年間の振り返りや目標を達成出来たかと考えています。2022年は年初から引き続き、新型コロナウイルスが猛威を振るってスタートし、2月にはロシア軍がウクライナに進行し、今も戦争が続き多くの犠牲者が出ています。早く戦争が終わり、平和な暮らしができるように祈っております。
明るい話題といえば、今月にカタールで開催される2022年W杯。4年に1度開催をされるサッカーファン以外でも注目される大会です!日本代表も出場をしますので、えのき店内でも話題になること間違無し!強豪揃いの組ですが、予選突破をし、ベスト8以上に進んで欲しいと思います。
来月は、忘年会シーズンに入りますので、お酒の飲み過ぎにはくれぐれもご注意下さい。



With less than two months to go this year 2022, looking back on the year, I think we achieved our goals quite well.

The year 2022 started with continuing Covid-19 for the last 2 years.
In February, Russian troops invaded Ukraine, and the war is still going on with many casualties.
I pray that the war will soon end and we can live in peace.

On a good news, the 2022 World Cup will be held in Qatar this month.
The tournament is held once every four years and attracts attention even from non-football fans!
The Japanese national team will also be competing, so it's sure to be a hot topic of conversation in the Enoki too!
I hope they will qualify and make it to the last eight or above.

Next month will be the season of year-end parties, so please be careful not to drink too much.
2022年10月13日
L 型のカウンター
海外での学生生活を終え日本へ帰国、友人と共に来店
右側のカウンターに座り、お酒を注文したが、なぜか…誰か僕を見つめている気配??
「綺麗な女性だったらどうしょう(笑)と、ドキドキしながら、斜めの人物をみたところ
あれ~~学生時代の友人では…世の中狭し

コロナ禍、今年大学を出、男女共、大学病院医療機関に勤務
始めて小さなお店に挑戦、しかもカウンターの人との会話
一杯のつもりが、2杯3杯、一点ものの飲み方でなく、多用なお酒が喉に吸い込まれる。
先輩のお客様が話かけてくれる。こんなに楽しく、先輩達の話しも良く聴き、
タイミングを計らってのおしやベリ、何度も頭を下げて帰宅へ、将来楽しみな若者達

男女関係無く年輪とともに、自身の体験からか?
話が自分でも驚くほど考えが浮かんで周りの中心になる。
「聴く」ためには、相手に対する「信頼の心」そうして思いやりが、
根底になくてはならないが、
人々の配慮も忘れ、一方通行の会話、しかも大きな声で何処へにも顔だし
「場」が読めず、信頼の心が崩れる事……要注意



Enoki is an L-shaped counter.
A customer came to Enoki with his friend who returned to Japan after completing his student life abroad.
When he sat down on the right side of the counter and ordered his drink, he felt as if someone was staring at him.
'What if it's a beautiful woman? He looked at the woman that was his friend from his school days as well.
The world is small.

They graduated from university this year, when the Covid-19 crisis had not yet been resolved.
Both are working at university hospitals.
It was the first time they had been to an izakaya where they could enjoy conversation with strangers at a small counter like Enoki.
What was intended to be one drink, turns out to be two or three.
They listened carefully to their senior customers, timed their conversation well, told their own stories, thanked them many times and went back home with smile, apparently having a very good time.
From my point of view, they were very bright young people with a bright future to look forward to.

As we get older, regardless of gender, we tend to talk more and more about ourselves, perhaps because of our own experiences, to the extent that we are surprised at how much we talk about ourselves.
In order to listen carefully, I think it is important to have a 'trusting heart' towards the other person.
Such compassion is essential, but there are elderly people who forget to consider others and engage in one-way conversations.
They also tend to speak loudly and show their faces everywhere, making it difficult to read the atmosphere, which sometimes destroys the spirit of trust.
Let's be careful.
2022年09月09日
えのきとの出会いは2015年、長年通っていらっしゃる方々からしたらまだひよっこです。
最初はちょっといいなぁと思っていた女の子とのデートでした。
のんべえ横丁でどこに入ろうかと探していた所、引き寄せられるようにえのきの扉を開いたのです。
今から思えば、無謀と言うか、よく入れてくれたものだと思います。
料理とチズさんの雰囲気に惹かれた私は数日後、一人でえのきに向かいました。
ちょうどお客さんをお見送りしていたチズさんが私のことを覚えてくれていて、
それが嬉しく、足繫く通うようになったのです。
2011年に大阪から転勤で東京に来た私は、独り身である事もあり、
一人で通えるお店があればいいなぁと思っていたのです。

えのきにはいろんな方々がやってきます。
でもここでは業種も立場も年齢も関係なく、ちずさんの前では皆平等。
たまたま隣同士になり初対面で仲良くなり、
酔って、笑って、最後に名刺交換したらとんでもないお偉いさんだったり。
えのきをきっかけに仕事に繋がったりもしました。
以前、このブログに登場したプロラクロスプレーヤーの方もえのきが初対面、
スポーツの仕事をしていた私は、スポーツのビジネスや将来について話し合いました。
定年を迎え、地元関西に戻った方とは関西で盃を交わし、
関西に遊びに来たチズさんをお迎えしたりもしました。

えのきに行くとき、皆さんはどんな時でしょうか?
私は、平穏な時は不思議と行かず、苦しい時、楽しい時、
励ましてくれたり、褒めてくれたり、
チズさんの言葉を求めているような気がします。
2019年から3年程大阪に戻った時も、出張の度にえのきに通い、
チズさんと話す事が楽しみでもありました。
私はとても仲の良い仲間達や先輩、大切なお客様をえのきに案内します。
たまに2階も使ってます。みんな喜んでくれるのです。
それはチズさんの人柄と料理とお店の雰囲気のお陰だと思います。

とりとめもない、私にとってのえのきを綴りましたが、
皆さんもそれぞれのえのきがあると思います。
これからも末永く、えのきに通いたいと思います。

文章:薗部様
*本文中の「チズ」は「チズルママ」の事です。



※This is a diary from a customer.

I first came to Enoki in 2015.
I'm still a newcomer among the regular customers of Enoki, many of whom have been coming here for many years.

At first it was a date with a girl I thought was nice.
We were looking for a place to go in Nonbee Yokocho, I could find Enoki doors as if we were drawn there.
Looking back, I wonder how they allowed us to enter the restaurant.
Attracted by the food and the atmosphere of Chizuru Mama, I headed back to Enoki a few days later.
I was so happy that Chizu-san (Chizuru Mama), who was just seeing off a customer, remembered me and after that I started coming back more often.
In 2011, I was transferred from Osaka branch to Tokyo, and I was single, hoping to find a place where I could go alone.

Enoki has various customers.
But here, regardless of industry, position, gender or age, everyone is equal in front of Chizu-san.
We happened to be next to each other and became friends at the first meeting, got drunk, laughed and exchanged business cards finally and I was surprised many times to realize they were very famous people.
I even got a business because of the enoki.
A professional lacrosse player who has appeared on this blog before also met Enoki for the first time.
I was working in sports and we discussed the business and future of sports.
I met a person who had returned to his hometown in the Kansai area after their retirement, and we had sake together.
I also welcomed Chizu-san to come to Kansai area for a visit.

When do you go to Enoki?
I feel that I don't go to Enoki when I'm at peace, but when I'm in pain or having fun.
Probably I am looking for encouragement, praise and words from Chizu san.

When I returned to Osaka for about three years from 2019, I still went to Enoki every time I went on a business trip to Tokyo. I also looked forward to talking with Chizu-san.
I take my very good friends, seniors and important customers to Enoki.
Sometimes I also use the second floor. They are all happy.
I think that it is thanks to the atmosphere of the personality of Ms. Chizuru, great food, beautiful dishes and a shop atmosphere.

Although I wrote about the enoki for me, which is not worth mentioning...
I think that everyone also has their own Enoki's memory.
I would like to keep coming to Enoki for a long time.
writing:Mr Sonobe
2022年08月15日
バルト三国…エストニア、ラトヴィア、リトアニア(フィンランドの南に並ぶ3つの国)
2016年、日本人がほとんどいないエストニアの国5年間生活していた、斎藤大将氏
「行った動機とは…?」
日本で大学を卒業後どこかへ就職…気持ち多いにあったが、当時テニスコーチをしていた事から
卒業後もテニスコーチの仕事が出来ればと思っていた所、「テニスコーチになるために
大学に行かせたわけでない」と親に反対され、出来れば公務員など、安定した職業と
言われる職に就いて欲しいかったようですが、好奇心旺盛な私にとっては、ゾッとしない仕事
という感じがしていた。
そこで、大学では物理学専攻で、研究室にも所属し、研究職にも興味が湧いていた為
大学院に進学するのも悪くないと、大学院進学を決意! だが難問、日本の大学の高い学費に
支払うお金がない。
その一方で、海外には学費が無料の大学があること耳にしていた為、頼りに、ネットでリサーチをしたり、大使館に行って話を聞いたりと、情報収集を始める。
その中でたどりついた国がエストニアでした。
なぜエストニアへ……周囲には誰一人日本人がいなく、タリン工科大学は学費が無料、
しかも美女が多いと聞く
これで行かない理由が無い男が何処にいると言うのでしょうか(笑)
当時私のTOEICが405点、英会話や海外大学への入学準備を独学で進め、見事合格
エストニアへ渡る。
エストニアの首都タリンに位置するタリン工科大学でAPPIIed Science 2018年修士号を取得
修士研究として選んだのは経済物理学というジャンルの研究室で、複雑ネットワークを
文学に応用し、小説の数値解析を行ない、著者の文章の傾向などを数学的に分析することです。
前後なりますが……当時の私はITに全く興味がなく、テニスラケットの握り方は知っても
女性の手の握りか ? パソコンの使い方もわからないレベル ?
とはいえITが進んでいるエストニアの国、授業は全ての学部で、Business&Entrepreneurship
が必修で、ITに関するイベントは毎日行われています。
そんな中で生活していると、プログラミングやAI、VRなどが強くなり授業や研究とは別に
プログラミングやITについて独学…Haskathonを始めさまざまなイベントに出場したり
投資家の前でピッチ……(短い時間簡潔な言葉で相手に提案を伝える)をしてきた。
大学内にスタートアップを始めとした企業が点在しており、事業では成功したビジネスマンが
教団をとったり、投資家が大学のイベントに顔を出し審査をしたり
「リサーチ、スタート、マーケット」がシームレスになっているのがエストニアの特徴です。

そんな話題を友人達に伝えると、 電子国家のイメージから、日本から私宛に
「授業で紙は使われてないのか?」「配達はロボットが、しているのか?」
まるでSF映画に出てくる世界を想像するメッセージを頂く……が、
試験も紙を使い、配達は人が行なっている事のメッセージを伝える。
しかし日本と比べると、遊ぶ所は少ないし、街やインフラも遅れている。
唯 eレジデンシーという国民IDカード(日本のマイナンバーはこれを参考にしている)
が配分されているため、税の申請や不動産、中古車取引、学生証、口座開設、起業といったこと
を、数分で行うことが可能
どちらかというと、行政と生活、企業の連携がうまくいっている国の印象でした。

最後に、5年間エストニアを中心としたヨーロッパでの生活、他の人が体験しなかった
数々の経験、数きれない話は、又"えのき"でお会いした際、お酒を飲みながら
お楽しみに!!
「自己紹介」
Steins Inc.代表取締役 齋藤大将
エストニア国立大学タリン工科大学物理学修士修了
大学院では文学の数値解析の研究
VRでの教育やVR美術館、web開発事業を行う
Twitter@T_I_SHOW

Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, three countries that line up to the south of Finland, known as the Baltic States.
Mr. Hiromasa Saito, who lived in Estonia for five years, where there are almost no Japanese, is a customer of Enoki.

Let me introduce him.
Mr. Hiromasa Saito, President of Steins Inc.
M.S. in Physics, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonian National University
Graduate studies in numerical analysis of literature
Worked on education in VR, VR museum, and web development business


I asked Mr. Saito what motivated him to go to Estonia.
After graduating from university in Japan, he thought about going to work for some company.
At the time, he was working part-time as a tennis coach and thought it would be good if he could continue working as a tennis coach after graduation, but his parents were against it.
His parents wanted him to get a stable job, preferably as a public servant.
It seemed like a boring job for his curious mind.

So, he decided to go to graduate school, he majored in physics at university, belonged to a research laboratory, and was interested in a research career.
However, his income at that time was not likely to be able to pay the high tuition fees of Japanese universities.
On the other hand, he heard that there were universities overseas that offered free tuition.
He started gathering information by researching on the Internet and going to embassies to talk to people, and the country he arrived at was Estonia.
He decided on Estonia because he heard that there were no Japanese, the Tallinn University of Technology had free tuition, and there were many beautiful women.
Many beautiful women, he thought there was no reason not to go there (Lol).

His TOEIC score at the time was 405, which was not very good, but he taught himself English conversation and prepared for admission to an overseas university, passed with flying colors, and moved to Estonia.
He received his Master's degree in APPIIed Science 2018 from Tallinn University of Technology located in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.
He chose to do my master's research in a laboratory in the genre of econophysics, where he applied complex networks to literature, performing numerical analysis of novels and mathematically analyzing the tendencies of authors' writing.

At that time, he had no interest in IT and was not good at using a computer.
However, Estonia is a country where IT is advanced, Business & Entrepreneurship is compulsory in all faculties, and IT-related events are held every day.

Living in such a situation, he could learn a lot about programming, AI, VR, etc.
Apart from classes and research, he has learned about programming and IT, and has pitched (conveyed my proposal to others in short, concise words) in front of investors at various events, including Haskathon.
It was interesting to see startups and other companies scattered around the university, successful businessmen teaching at the university, and investors showing up at university events to judge.
The seamless nature of "research, start, and market" is what makes Estonia unique.

When he told such a topic to his friends, he received a lot of comments from my Japanese friends because of the image of an electronic nation.
"Is there no paper used in the classroom?"
Are deliveries made by robots?"
He received messages that made him imagine the world of a science fiction movie.

But compared to Japan, there are few places to play, and the cities and infrastructure lag behind.
The only thing is that e-residency, a national ID card (like Japan's My Number card), has been allocated, so it was possible to do things like apply for taxes, real estate, used car transactions, student ID, open a bank account, and start a business in a matter of minutes.
It was more of an impression of a country where government, daily life, and business are well coordinated.

He will tell us about his life in Estonia and other European countries over drinks when we meet him at "Enoki".
Please visit him!
2022年06月10日
11月にFIFAワールドカップがカタールで開催されます。えのきのお客様もサッカーファンが多く、毎回大会開催中はサッカーの話で盛り上がります。
日本は、スペイン・ドイツとの同組が決まっていますが、競合相手にどのような試合をするか楽しみです。是非、予選を通過してベスト8以上に進んで欲しいので皆んなで応援をしましょう!!
ワールドカップ開催中の渋谷駅周辺は、毎回異様な空気になり、多くの人が集まって応援をしていますが、マナーを守って欲しいものです。。。特に若者達!
警官が交通整理を行なっていますが、興奮しているのか、どんちゃん騒ぎをしている方も多く、心を痛めています。
期間中はえのきで、楽しく語りながらマナー良く飲みましょう!笑
日本代表の皆様、頑張って下さい。



The FIFA World Cup will be held in Qatar in November.
Many of Enoki's customers are football fans, during the World Cup, they are always excited to talk about football.
Japan has been selected to play in the same group with Spain and Germany, I'm looking forward to seeing what kind of games they will play against their strong competitors.
Let's all cheer for them as we hope they will pass the qualifying rounds and advance to the best 8 or higher!

During the World Cup, many people gather around Shibuya station to cheer for the teams, but the atmosphere is always bizarre and loud.
I hope they will mind their manners, especially the young people! Especially the young people!
Police officers are controlling the traffic, but there are many people who are excited or making merry, I'm heartbreaking for police.
Let's have a good time, talk and drink in good manners at Enoki during this period! LOL!
Good luck to all the representatives of Japan!
2022年05月12日
保険代理店「BSLインシュアランス』の代表取締役田中氏

東京生まれ、東大卒業後、1974年興銀入社後バブル破滅
その後、生保日本現法(スェーデン生命)の立ち上げのため転職
2002年友人と投資会社を始めると同時に、投資会社の子会社として
25歳年下の若者と保険代理店BSLを創業
創業後、投資先の保険を獲得する事で、大手損保会社数社が、
共同出資してくれる….異色の代理店に!!
最初の3年間は投資先を中心に保険を取り扱いつつも、出資を食いつぶしていたが、
その後、徐々に増収増益となった。
そのキッカケとは….人材

1..マーケットの対象を法人向けに絞り損保会社の法人営業担当者を経験している人材を、取扱保険会社から『三顧の礼』をもって雇えた事!
彼らも自分の会社の商品しか取り扱えない不満があり顧客へは、ベストの商品を、提供したいとの強い志を持っていたことから、保険会社も、やむをえなく転職を認める。
又、雇うにお願いしてから準備を含め、定例異動時まで1年待った人材もいる。
その後、彼らが来てくれたお陰で、彼らが保険会社時代、大企業向けにアレンジした商品設計を中堅企業向けにも提供した事で信頼を得た。
保険が万が一の時に、スムーズに保険金を支払いすることが大事である。
代理店には支払い権限はない、もともと保険会社にいた人材ゆえに顧客に貢献できたのも、信頼を得るのに役立ったと思う。
保険金を払うのは保険会社、保険は信用力、代理店は顧客からの信頼が大事

2...まず損保会社出身の営業マンに種類株(議決権はないが分発権はある)付与した事。
彼らが会社を大きくすれば会社の価値も上がり、彼らの分発権も増えるというインセンティブ。
価格的なのは、2017年投資会社から独立させた際に、彼らを取締役にし、かつ株式を平等に分割した事にある。
真の意味での『EBO=社員がオーナーになる(Emloyees become the Owner)であり、親会社など、旧役員にGoldenパラシュートを与えたわけではない。
それは、彼らがこの会社を大きく育てたわけであるので当然の理である。
会社は誰のもの? と云う問いに答えるには…21世紀のあるべき会社だと自負している。

3…最後に人材育成
会社と社員との相互『認識の共有』と『信頼の醸成』に尽きる。
まず、積極性、論理感など情意能力5項目と、商品知識、説得力など業務遂行力5項目についての評価シートを手段として使う。
まず、(日)自己評価、貢献したこと、会社の改善すべき点などを発言してもらい、マネジメントは聴く場を設ける。
((月)役員会で評価、(火)貢献した事項、改善事項につき具体的にFeed Backする。
上記評価を、毎年評価(10月、3月)決算期、3月には今期の賞与と来期の報酬を通達これを長年繰り返すうちに会社と社員の期待のギャップが埋まり、信頼が醸成される。
会社は『謙虚』でなければならない。
この3つのポイントは、どんな会社にも共通する経営にとって一番大切なことだと思う。

**田中さんと仕事と人材のお話をした中で、経営に対する情熱
  尊敬の一念に感じられ….一筆お願いしました。



These are the words of Mr. Tanaka, Representative Director of BSL Insurance, a health agency.
He was born in Tokyo, graduated from the Tokyo University, and joined the former Industrial Bank of Japan in 1974.
After changing jobs several times, he started an investment company with a friend in 2002, and at the same time, he founded the insurance agency "BSL Insurance" as a subsidiary of the investment company with a young man 25 years younger than him.
After the founding of the company, they became a unique agency in the insurance industry, co-financed by several major insurance companies, by acquiring insurance for our investment portfolio!

They had difficulty turning a profit for the first three years, but gradually increased revenue and profit.
The reason for the increase in revenue; ... Mr,Tanaka said it was the talent of the people working there.


1, Securing human resources
By narrowing the market focus to corporate customers, he was able to amicably hire people headhunting with experience as corporate sales representatives at major insurance companies.
They had a strong desire to offer the best products to their clients because they were dissatisfied with only their own company's products.
They were also dissatisfied with the fact that they could only deal with their own company's products.
After we asked them to join us, some of them waited for a year before making the move, including preparation.
After that, thanks to their cooperation, we were able to gain the trust of all parties by arranging and offering products for major companies as well as for medium-sized companies.
Insurance is all about smooth payment of claims in the event of an emergency.
Since insurance agents do not have the authority to make payments, I think the fact that I was able to contribute to customers because of my background at an insurance company was also helpful in gaining their trust.
Since it is the insurance company that pays the insurance claims, it is important for the agents to have the trust of their clients.


2, Incentives
The company gave class shares (no voting rights, but they have the right to issue shares) to salespeople who came from non-life insurance companies.
It is an incentive system that if they grow the company, the value of the company will increase and so will their fractional shares.
In 2017, the company became independent from the investment company, and at that time, they were appointed to the board of directors and their shares were divided equally.
It is a true 'EBO = Employees become the Owner' and it is not a golden parachute for the parent company or the former directors.
Who owns the company?
It is only natural to ask who owns the company, since it is the employees who have grown the company.


3. Finally, human resource development
The company and its employees must mutually "share a common understanding" and "foster trust.
First, the five emotional abilities, such as aggressiveness and a sense of logic.
Five items of business execution skills such as product knowledge, persuasiveness, etc.
In total, we used a 10-item evaluation sheet as a means of evaluation.
Employees were asked to speak up about their self-evaluations, contributions they made, and areas for improvement at the company, and management provided a place to listen and evaluate the results at a board meeting.
A routine was created to provide specific weekly feedback on contributions made and areas for improvement.
In light of the results, the company notified the employees of their bonuses for the current fiscal year and their compensation for the next fiscal year during the March accounting period.

As this process is repeated over the years, the gap between the company's expectations and those of the employees is filled, and trust is fostered.
The company is only the foundation and must be 'humble.

I think these three points are the most important for management, common to any company.

I spoke with Mr. Tanaka about his work and human resources, and was so impressed by his passion for management.
I am glad to hear his precious story.
2022年04月08日



ラクロスというマイナースポーツで初めて、スポンサード契約をし、
プロとして活躍した日本人初選手、ラクロスプレイヤー山田幸代氏


* ラクロスは、棒の先に網のついたスティック(クロス)を使い、
テニスボール大の硬質ゴム製のボールを180センチ四方のゴールまで
運んで得点を競う団体球技で、より早いテンポで展開する為、男子は激しく
ぶつかり合うため、ヘルメットやショルダーパットを着用!


彼女がえのきに初めて来店したのは、
ラクロスの試合の記事と写真を掲載する 記者 K氏である。
K氏が、何度かえのきに来店する際、
ラクロス部、男、女の仲間を連れて来た中に、
ひときわ、個性あり関西弁で喋べまくる元気な女性がいた。
なぜか?その女性が後、えのきに出入するようになる。

学生時代から、ラクロス部に入って活躍していたが、
卒業後、普通の会社に働きながら、休みはラクロスの試合に猛プレー
大好きな、このスポーツを未来の子供達に普及したい夢もあった中
プロへの道の話が舞い込んだ?又、海外で実績を積むかどうかも悩んでいた
もっと悩んだ事は結婚の話もあり、悶々の日々が続いた。
そんな時、『安定した人生よりも自分に納得できる人生を選びなさい』と
背中を押してくれたのは”えのき”のママでした。
半年後、オーストラリアに拠点を置き、英語の猛勉強、
イギリスでのワールドカップでは、オーストラリア代表の一員として
優勝、7.8年間での海外遠征
現在ラクロスに関わる、日本でラジオ番組や大学での教鞭他
15年間プロのラクロス選手として、ラクロスをオリンピック競技に
世界に伝え、行動した結果
2028年アメリカ、ロス五輪でほぼ決定?になりそう




Ms Sachiyo Yamada was the first Japanese to sign a sponsored contract and become a professional lacrosse player, a sport that is not very major in Japan.

**Lacrosse is played using a stick (cross) with a net on the end.
A team ball game in which players carry a tennis ball-sized ball to a goal 180 cm square for points.
The game develops at a fast tempo, and the men in particular wear helmets and shoulder pads because of the violent collisions.

Ms. Yamada first came to Enoki through an introduction by Mr. K, a reporter who used to take pictures of lacrosse games.
When Mr. K visited Enoki, he frequently brought his lacrosse teammates, both men and women.
Among them, Ms. Yamada was a very energetic woman with a unique personality and spoke in a Kansai dialect.
Later, she also became a regular customer of Enoki.

She had been an active member of the lacrosse club since her school days.
After graduating from college, she worked at a general company and was busy competing in lacrosse games on her days off.
She was very happy when she was offered a chance to become a professional, but the question of whether or not she would be able to achieve her achievements abroad, where she had never lived, troubled her.
What bothered her the most was also her marriage timing, and she spent many days agonizing over the challenge of going abroad.

I told her, 'Choose a life that is not public to yourself over a stable life,' and she decided to go to Australia.
A half year later, she was based in Australia, living back and forth between Japan and Australia.
She studied English hard and won the World Cup in England as a member of the Australian team!

Gradually, she began to see the need to increase the number of people playing the sport she loved and to promote it to the children of the future.
She now appears regularly on lacrosse-related radio programs in Japan and coaches lacrosse at universities.
As a professional lacrosse player for 15 years, she wants to make lacrosse an Olympic sport! and acted to communicate it to the world, and as a result, it is expected to be adopted for the Los Angeles Olympics, which will probably be held in the United States in 2028.
I am also supporting them.
2022年01月13日
北海道北見市「バイオ製造業環境大善株式会社」2代目社長 窪之内氏
創業者の父、北見市出身、地元のホームセンター勤務 "当時店長されていた"際
殆どの自宅が犬を飼い、道端などにオシッコ、酪農業の盛んな牛の糞尿の
処理等で長い間匂いが染み込み、地元での悩み、
ある日お客様からの消毒剤の効き目の無い事でのクレームをつけられ、
創業者が大手メーカーの商品を数多く集め試すが、効き目なし、
そこから消臭剤探しに2年間探しつずけた。
ある日酪農家から持ち込まれた液体…(牛の尿を乳酸菌で分解した液)創業者の父の元に
お店で販売出来ないかと相談される。
…北海道北見市の常呂川は農業用水として利用、他オホーツク海からサケやマスが戻り日本有数 ホタテなど、国と北海道、農協と酪農家が協力し、糞尿処理が進められるが多額の費用負担、経営を圧迫しかねないとの心配からの要望!

その液体の臭いを嗅いでみると全く無臭「公害の元だった牛の尿の臭いも消えた」
その後、創業者は、スタッフと共に、ペットボトルに液体を小分けし皆で自宅での試し、その結果、目を見張るもの、臭いが消え、大手メーカーに無い商品だからおもしろい
その後様々なものに試して行く内、有機物の腐敗臭やアンモニア臭などの
不愉快な臭いだけ反応し、花にかけても花自身の香りは消えない。その効果と安全性に3ケ所の大学に検証を依頼!
ペットの糞尿他し1998年天然成分100%バイオ消臭液「きえ~る」が商品化

その後、東日本大震災時には日本赤十字社からの依頼を受けて「きえ~る」寄贈
他北海道東部地震、熊本地震に仮設トイレや排水、生ゴミの消臭などに活躍
さらに研究を進めてみると、この液体には土の悪玉菌を迎え込み善玉菌を増加させる効果があり、土壌再生にも役立つことがわかり、園芸用の液体肥「土生き返る」が商品化され、2020年品質基準をクリアした液を「善玉活性水」と命名
昨年 そういった活動が評価され、内閣官房及び農林水産省が選定する

2021年12月10日
第8回「ディスカバー農山漁村の宝」特別賞(ナイスネ-ミング賞)を受賞
二代目社長からのコメント
我々がもつ製品&技術を日本~世界の環境問題に役立ていける努力をして行きたい




Mr. Kubonouchi, the second president of the bio-manufacturer Kankyo Daizen Co.LTD located Kitami-Citym Hokkaido.

His father is the founder of the company used to work at a local home improvement center.
The dairy industry is very active in Kitami-city and the smell of cow manure has long been a problem for the local people.
He also noticed that in Kitami City, most of the houses in the neighborhood had dogs and they peed on the roadside when they walked.

One day, the founder received a complaint from a customer at a home improvement center that the disinfectant was not effective.
So he collected and tried many products from major company, but they could not improve the smell well.
From there, he became curious about deodorants and continued his search for two years.

After two years he has looked for good deodorants, his friend's dairy farmer asked him if he could sell a liquid made from cow urine decomposed by lactic acid bacteria at a home improvement center.
The Tokoro River in Kitami City, Hokkaido is used for agricultural water.
Also, salmon and trout from the Sea of Okhotsk return to the Tokoro River to produce some of the best scallops in Japan.
In order to protect this important river, the Japanese government, Hokkaido government, agricultural cooperatives, and dairy farmers have been working together to dispose of manure.
However, they were worried that the large cost of the treatment would put pressure on their business, so they were looking for a place to sell the liquid, which they believed was highly effective in eliminating odors.
When the founder smelled the liquid he brought, it was completely odorless, and after using it, the smell of cow urine, which had been a problem in the neighborhood, disappeared.

After that, the founder and his staff divided the liquid into small portions and everyone tried it at home.
As a result, the unpleasant smell disappeared in every home, and the product was more effective than the deodorant products of major company.

He was so intrigued that he tried the liquid on various items and found that it reacted only to unpleasant odors such as decomposing organic matter and ammonia, but not to the fragrance of the flowers themselves.
He asked three universities to verify the effectiveness and safety of the product, and in 1998, he commercialized it as a bio-deodorant liquid with 100% natural ingredients, "Kie~ru.

In 1998, the 100% natural bio-deodorant solution "Kie~ru" was commercialized, and at the time of the Great East Japan Earthquake, it was donated by the Japanese Red Cross Society.
The product was also used to deodorize temporary toilets, drainage, and garbage during the Eastern Hokkaido Earthquake and Kumamoto Earthquake.

Further research revealed that the liquid has the effect of welcoming bad bacteria in the soil and increasing good bacteria, which is also useful for soil regeneration, and the liquid fertilizer for horticulture "Soil Revitalization" was commercialized, and the liquid that passed the 2020 quality standard was named "Zen-Dama Activated Water.

In recognition of such activities, "Bio-Manufacturing Environment Daizen Corporation" was awarded the 8th "Discover Rural and Mountainous Village Treasures" Special Prize (Nice Naming Award) selected by the Cabinet Secretariat and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries on December 10, 2021.

Mr. Kubonouchi, the second president of the company, commented, "We would like to make efforts to contribute our products and technologies to environmental issues from Japan to the world."
Good luck!
2021年12月10日
心せわしい年の瀬…と云っても、1月~3月 、5月~6月、7月~9月コロナ禍での
緊急事態宣言
4ケ月お休みが続き、何処にも行けず精神的に参った年だった。
ようやく日差しも見え隠れしているが、ウイルスと共に、お付き合いをするしか無いようだ!
街を歩いて感心する事に、皆😷マスク、お店に入る際アルコール消毒
きちんとと守っているようにみえるが~~?
のんべい横丁の男性用のトイレの隣に手洗う水道がある。
ある日、手を洗っていたところに、若い男性が用をたし、ドアから出てきた
手も洗わず、近くのお店に入ろうとしたところへ
は~い貴方 ! 手を洗わず店に入るの(≧∇≦)駄目でしょう?と、言った所、
"ハイ"と渋々水道に向かって手の先だけチョロチョロの手洗い
貴方 ! その洗い方、洗ってないのと同じ、綺麗に洗いなさいと注意した所
何と洗剤を沢山、手の中にいれゴシゴシと洗い始めた。
呆れ当てたが思わず「褒めてあげ」2人顔見ながら笑いこがれた事があった。
恵みある水があるのに、手を洗うくせをつけていない男性多く??
何だかんだ…今年も残り少ない月、イライラせず元気な顔と響きあう声、楽しく行きましょう




The end of the year is a busy time for both body and feeling...
However, in 2021, I could hardly open my Enoki due to the declaration of emergency due to the Covid-19 disaster from January to March, May to June, and July to September.
We were closed for more than four months, and it was a year of mental stress as we were unable to go anywhere for fun.

We finally reopened, but I heard that a new strain of coronavirus has emerged, so humans will have to live with the virus for a while.
For the past two years, everyone has been wearing masks when they go out.
When you enter a store, you have to sanitize with alcohol.
Everyone seems to be following proper hygiene.
However, there are some people who don't follow hygiene.

There is a water tap for washing hands next to the restroom in Nonbei Yokocho.
One day, as I was washing my hands, a young man came out of the restroom door.
He didn't wash his hands and tried to go into a nearby restaurant!

I couldn't help but call out, "Hey you! You can't go in without washing your hands," I warned him.
He replied with a straightforward "Yes" and reluctantly went to the tap to wash only the tips of his fingers.

I said "Hey..." I warned him again,
"You're not washing your hands that way, you should wash your hands properly.
This time, she put a lot of soap on his hands and started scrubbing them.
I was dumbfounded, but he smiled when I praised him for washing his hands.
Maybe a lot of men don't make a habit of washing their hands even though there is a water tap available?

With only a few months left in this year, let's have fun with cheerful faces and resonant voices without irritation!
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