Saury Issue 11 Kyushu Boy's Money Soup

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"Saury" Issue 11 "Kyushu Boys' Money Soup" Burn the masculinity of Kyushu with the hot spring water! Across the four prefectures and cities of Fukuoka, Kumamoto, Oita, and Nagasaki for five days, they jointly searched for five "Kyushu boys" and nine "Last Senso". On the way, it carries the unrestrained personality of Kyushu people, which is like the taste of Kyushu ramen, salty enough; it is more like the temperature of the soup, but the body is not hot, but it is a bit more adult, so you can take a bath when the sun is setting. Chat with the guests in the bathhouse and feel the spirit of the local man. Sentang is a traditional Japanese place for communication. Through frank meeting and family chat, bathing in the soup not only washes away tiredness, but also brings residents interaction. Although Kyushu Sentang is not as novel and varied in style as Tokyo Sentang, you can really hear the story of Kyushu in the only remaining soup house. On April 16, 2016, an earth-shattering earthquake interrupted the pace of life in Kitakyushu, which is a hundred miles away in Kumamoto. Even though countless roof tiles collapsed overnight, it could not defeat the fortitude of Kyushu people. The locals said, "The good of Kyushu lies in its ordinary simplicity, with nothing but the heart of satisfying everything." In the past six months of rebuilding the home, the bath is still to be soaked, and the days are still to pass. Kyushu people don’t have too much tiredness on their faces. , On the contrary, with an optimistic mood, he continued to welcome the sunshine of the next day. There is a proverb from a Kyushu man: "Hey! Just follow me." With a strong local tone, he strode forward boldly, set off, followed the "#秋刀鱼" editorial department to open the curtain, and directly visited the Kyushu man's local money. soup!

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The quarterly magazine "Saury" is Taiwan’s first book written in Chinese. The content is a collection of life, art, design, history, technology... and other topics of Japanese culture. Each issue focuses on a theme, from simple to in-depth, through interviews He invites writers from Taiwan and Japan to bring together different perspectives to satisfy tourists who want to travel to Japan and office workers who appreciate Japanese art.

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