6.25.2015

The Ice Queen and the Martyr

We sacrifice ALL for our Ice Queens : 
The dawn of the new Japanese woman is here, for the soul of the nation is truly in duress ( light a candle )




Resting my nose on the bathroom door hinges and taking in  a nose flaring  sniff, I follow a long and elaborately woven aromatic trail of her shit.  Easing up to her after she finishes and opens the door I  crawl up to say to her “ I lOoove you!”  is enough to turn her stomach while sending her ego through the roof, for I worshipped her!   For they hate the very nature of love, and all that it represents.   Love is a dagger that pierces their armour.  They spend years perfecting ways to protect themselves against love.   Perfecting ways to use your love against you, to control you to destroy you.  To crucify you.  For we are not worthy; our egos bruised and alter egos  shattered.  Broken in pieces is what’s left in the Icy Queens wake of terror.   At times the feeling is downright emasculating; a visceral castration  where all that’s left are a pair of dangling and withered balls between the legs - knees still buckling.   


The icy queen is emotionless, heartless, and boundless.   She is unrestrained and unbounded from social norms and other social conventions attached to women by society.   For her, social conformity is a weakness, for in her mind all men are stupid and it is only the saving grace of the woman that can save all of humanity from the scourge of men!


She is the embodiment of self-confidence on the outside.  She is the cerebral narcissist, the very angel of death in the flesh.  The goddess of damnation.  Murderess of the soul.   A master manipulator and con-artist.  She is the one that is loved, and loved deeply!   Cerebral narcissist have a hibernating sex drive that goes dormant, sometimes upwards to a year.   When they reemerge back into society  they have severe bouts of hypersexuality in order to acquire fresh resources, and that resource can come from either sex.   When  they are hibernating they pour all of themselves into deep study, work,  and academic pursuits.   They completely isolate themselves from family, friends, spouses, children, and more.   


 Out of hybernation, the Ice Queen is the perfect woman.  She is well-educated; well-spoken, and very cultured.   She has both worldly  and academic knowledge.   She makes the best wife candidate.  She is skilled in all the arts of seduction and deception.   God in flesh form.  An answer to all of our prayers.  A waiting to exhale moment.   The be all and end all.  Only in the beginning.   She loves expensive nihonshu, and gorgeous dinners with eclectic music.   She even loves kinky sex and is open to try anything at least once.  She hands over the reigns of power in the relationship and she feeds your ego.

Once the desired outcome is achieved she goes back into hibernation leaving you wondering what the hell just happened.  




Alcoholic Japanese velodrome  athlete with her massive and hairless thick smooth legs and flawless skin standing over me, seemingly towering over me.   Stripped down to her thongs and beating me and berating me over one grain of rice I let drop to the floor.  Get down on the ground barbarian.  Eat that rice off the floor.  Look up at me!  Epicanthic folds with black eyes piercing through them and deep into my soul.   Creamy white tofu complected  skin with pulsating veins in the neck.   I can see her heart palpitating  through her sweat soaked jersey.  Cheek bones red and puffy, yet she is still exceedingly beautiful.   I am in heaven.  The smell of  hot spit and a light vaginal musk permeating through the air and into my nostrils, a slight tumescence in my penis.   Even her pubic hairs are long and fine, like woven silk protruding from the edges of her panties; some lain across her beautiful hamstrings still wet from the days ride.    I still collect them in hopes of weaving a kimono made of 100%  of her silky pubic hair.   A miracle of God, actually.   It is true.  Women from Niigata have long silky pubic hair - trust me.  Maybe make a silk pubic noose to hang myself from.


I used to astral project into her through deep meditation.   All in hopes of tapping into her inner pussy, while dangling from her heart chakra.    The Cerebral Narcissist is very difficult to mentally hack, this is because they have spent years learning how to create firewalls in their minds.   Blocks that conceal their truest of self.   They use you for supply, and use your love against you.   The narcissist ice queen is disconnected from her pussy.  Her vagina serves as a tool used to deceive and manipulate.  To control and abuse.   Often times, actually most times, cerebral narcissist prefer masturbation to actual sex.    Actual sex requires reciprocity whereas masturbation you satisfy yourself, ten minutes tops.     Once they have secured their supply they lose complete interest in sex, then devote all of their time and energy to intellectual pursuits.  My ice bitch achieved  her Master’s before 25 years of age from a prestigious English speaking University overseas.   A research fellow.   She came to me in the form of an angel, more beautiful than Lucifer before the fall.


The Age of Aquarius is here.  Be forewarned my brothers.  You are warned.   The new dawn of mentally aware Japanese women are among us.   They are highly educated and purposed in life.   Totally void of human emotions unless it serves the purpose of attaining a new resource that enables her to acquire a new supply.  They seek to use and discard only to repeat the cycle again, in order to feed their egos.  


The only salvation left in Japan is the Jukujo, the ones who have accepted their role to support men, and all of society.   They embody the true nature of Jukujo.   When the last candle on Showa born women is finally blown out and extinguished there will be a new age of woman that will take the form of the Jukujo.   The new cougars will be highly sophisticated and dominating.  They will hold down corporate positions at home and abroad.  They will not be housewives, their husbands will and they will not waste their precious breast milk on their babies.   Work is better and the acquisition of new resources will be their ultimate aim in life.   

Japanese men no longer dictate the ways of Japanese women, it's the other way around now.  The pattern of asexuality is also evolving amongst the sexes as well where sex is for the purposes of transaction, not for love.   Or, for the purpose of procreation.   

I am back from the brink with a renewed mandate.  I must save the nation, I must warn the people!  


  

1.06.2015

Drink Menu: Nagano Nihonshu


Good drinks selection for Nihonshu.

1) Eichi ( Special sake made without added alcohol) by Shinano no uni supine

A little dry taste sake which you can enjoy the taste of "Ginjo."

2) Karakuchi Junmai ( Dry pure rice sake) 

Dry, thick and flavoursome.  A bit gamey.

3) Umakara Honjo 

High quality , tasteful and dry sake which you do not get tired of drinking.

4) Maboroshi no Blue by Suien

Thick and flavoursome  sake with rice notes, but also clear and clean.

5) Ginjo Nigori by Suien

Turbidity sake with sweet and clear taste.

6) Kura Genshu by Suien

Home brewer sake which is carefully aged with low temperature.  Thick taste, yet easy to drink.

Kurand original sake

7) Dosukoi ( sumo) sparkling sake.

8) Sake of waxy rice ( rare sake)

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All of these sake are definitely worth trying if you cannot decide where to start.

Sake Brewing Process




Sake is a brewed alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice but few people know how it is actually made.  Fermentation is a process where yeast converts sugar into alcohol.   Since rice does not contain any sugar, it cannot be fermented as is.  It has to first be converted into sugar with the help of enzymes found in a particular mold called koji-kin.   The resulting koji is then added to yeast known as kobo and left to ferment.    From this labor intensive process we get sake.


Step 1

Polishing hulled rice, the main ingredient.   As it passes through specialised polisher, the proteins and bran that can produce off flavours in sake are removed.

Step 2

Washing, steeping and steaming.   The polished rice is washed in water to remove the bran and is left to steep in water.   When the grain has absorbed 30% of its weight in water it is steamed.  One batch of steamed rice may be used to make koji, yeast starter, and to feed the moromi mash.


1. Koji 2. Shubo 3. Moromi

Making Koji

Spores of the aspergillus oryzae mold ( koji-kin) are added to the steamed rice, which is then incubated to produce koji.   the koji is added to the yeast starter and the moroni mash to help convert the rice to starch into glucose.


Preparing Shubo

This is made by mixing steamed rice, water, koji, and yeast.   It contains large amounts of yeast, which promotes the moromi fermentation process.


Preparing the moroni

Koji, steamed rice, and water are added to the shut and then left to ferment.  [ Sandan Shikomi]. Here ( during the moroni preparation stage), a process unique to Japanese sake brewing takes place.  It is a three-step fermentation process known as sandman shikomi.   On the first day, koji, steamed rice, and water are added to the yeast starter ( this addition is called hatsuzoe).   the mixture is left to stand on the following day to allow the yeast to slowly multiply( this step is called odori).   On the third day, the second batch of koji, steamed rice, and water is added to the mixture( this addition is called nakazoe).   Then finally on the fourth day, the third batch is added to the mixture( this addition is called tomezoe) to complete the three-part process.

[ Multiple parallel fermentation] From this point, the koji will convert the starch in the rice into glucose, which the yeast will then use to create alcohol and carbon dioxide.   The conversion of starch to sugar and sugar to alcohol takes place in parallel all in the same tank.   This is known as "multiple parallel fermentation," and is a process that is entirely unique to sake.


Pressing

Once the moroni is completely fermented, it is passed through a press to separate out the sake lees.   the sake is then filtered, pasteurised, and played in cold storage where it matures before being bottled.

12.10.2014

Central Park in Tokyo



Hama-Rikyu Gardens

Just go there and see the beauty of both urban and natural landscapes.    Witness migratory birds and ducks move through the air and water.  Watch as nature unfolds its beauty.  Contemplate on the quiet pond and behold the clear blue sky in its reflection.

If ever there were parks that exemplified the beautiful dynamic between modernity and tradition, then there are only a few great Japanese garden parks in Japan.  In Japan, you have garden parks that are often called gardens which are actually just beautifully maintained parks, whereas in North America the garden is a place replete with beautiful flowers and fauna, a place to go where you want to study the botanical  bounty of  a city or a town.  


The Japanese garden park is much more dynamic and aesthetically pleasing to the senses when you understand the history.   Sometimes a Japanese garden could be in the form of a stone garden, sometimes called a dry rock garden.  It could also be in the form of a wide open space with beautiful spatial dynamics that conjure up imagery of the distant past.  Or, it could be a humble little garden park with some seasonal flowers sprinkled hither and thither along a path, with some patches of bamboo and shrubs nestled away somewhere near a thicket, or even a bubbling brook.  


I love Tokyo.


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9.15.2014

Temple of the Floating Buddhas

No blog on Japan would be complete without writing about a certain aspect of Japan.   The Japanese temple is one of the most ubiquitous symbols of Japanese culture in the world.   There are thousands of temples in this country, far too many for one soul to visit  in a lifetime.   A life of searching and growing, yet as impermanent as we are as human beings, timelessness never ceases to escape our dreams, wishes, and fantasies.     We remember timelessness through impermanence, through the finite lens of our own mind, so in essence nothing truly dies if it lives on in our own minds.   


In my essays I have extolled the beauty of impermanence through my exposition of Jukujo, onsen, and analects.   Here in Japan the term for such temporal beauty is called “Wabi-sabi” a sort of timeless ephemerality through natural decomposition, a natural order of life and death.   Though the Jukujo ages she maintains an air of righteous dignity.   Her hair may lose its luster, but it shines on in grey.  Her step may lose its bounce, but she walks with a sense purpose.   That old Japanese sake cup, as small as it is, may have the scars of time smitten  over its surface, yet it imbues the mastery of its craftsman.    Temporality and eternity.    


In Kyoto, a place I have been to numerous times, and back again just recently, I knew exactly where I wanted to go this time round.   Uji City, the land of the Tale of Genji and the home of Byodoin Temple.    The temple of Fujiwara no Yorimichi, the pure land heaven of the floating buddhas and the great Phoenix Hall.    Typically in my essays I do not go into a great deal on the temple’s history because that information can  easily be sourced through Wikipedia.   I am merely relaying my personal observations and opinions.    

national treasure



The significance for me visiting this temple was to first see the garden and the general layout of the temple.   First, Byodoin is rare for me because the garden, as simple as it is, is designed according to how Lord Yorimichi envisioned  heaven would be in the after-life.   Wide open space with very simple parameters that flow and create a simple bucolic setting along a mote with a red temple in the backdrop.  Above that temple is a gold phoenix which represents  rebirth, makes me sort of wonder what Osamu Tazuka was thinking when he used a similar theme in some of his works.     


Another reason  for visiting is because it is the only temple in the world where you can see floating buddhas on clouds.    In the museum  you will be pleasantly amazed at the number of beautifully hand-crafted buddhas.   All of them are floating on clouds and are exquisitely beautiful.    They are all in their original form, aged and well cared for.  The natural decay of metal is what gives them a timeless beauty.   According to Lord Fujiwara, when you die, you are pleasantly awoken by the floating buddhas of Amida’s Heaven.   Some buddhas float on clouds shaped in the form of a lotus.   There is a sense of peace and serenity that is evoked instantly as you walk through the main hall area of the museum.   The ten yen coin seen on Japanese currency has an image of Byodoin printed on one side.


I have been to many great temples all over the world, but for me, Byodoin was the most heavenly inspiring and otherworldly.    I was no longer afraid to transition to the other side of this world.    In the Judeo-Christian world you awaken to be judged by a cold and unforgiving god who sends you straight to hell.  Buddhist concepts of heaven and hell vary quite differently from Western religions.   In Buddhist, both hell and heaven are temporary.  In hell you experience more suffering and in heaven you experience more pleasure.   You can move beyond  hell in Buddhism through educating yourself.   And then there’s hell that already exists in our daily life.  


Byodoin takes you on a journey through the physical realm and the spiritual realm in just 30 minutes.   You can really get a sense of the spiritual maturity of Lord Yorimichi and the people of that time.   Japan embellishes the charms of the after-life.  A country that has created a world unto itself.

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