@A transliteration of "Tori-tsukusi hatsune Sugoroku"


Yome-tori (getting bride) Agoal
ZAgoal

Transliteration

By the way, my sir?
You seem to have been
controlling yourself recently, don't you?
It's a kind of sin
not making visit there.
I guess that the girl is
dying to see you.
Now I understand,
Someone says you are going to
get married so urgently.
Then,
let a duck seller wire
a duck raised nearby
stew a Chin-chin-Kamo-Nabe (Japanese Pot-au-Feu, cooked in ceramic pots) with the duck.
It tastes
unforgettably gorgeous,
I guess you cannot
wait anymore, my sir!

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From Big Edo Prints
about wedding in Edo, -2-

The brides wore the white bridal dress and cotton hat, the bridegrooms wore Kataginu and Hakama in a Samurai family. It was early Showa that the brides began to wear Tsuno-kakushi (horn hiding) instead of this cotton hat with which hides the face of bride.




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