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【全国地価調査上位独占「KIECE」とは? Replan最新138号より】

2022-10-01 05:16:23 | 日記



ここのところ、ようやく世間の雰囲気に活気が出てきたように思います。
住宅業界も長い情報鎖国的環境から抜け出て
言いっぱなしではない「情報交流」が活発化してきている。
このポイントが大事で、youtubeなどでは誰かの意見だけを一方的に
世論的検討を経ることなく「教祖」的言動が一方通行化する。
それぞれユニークな意見ではあるけれど、どうも「社会性」が伴わない。
ようするに世間常識とかのさまざまな見方からの検証を受けない
一方的な言説だけがひとり歩きしてしまう危険性がある。
やはり健全な社会発展は民主的な情報交換が基盤だと思える。

一昨日札幌ドームでは19年間本拠地としてきた北海道日本ハムファイターズの
「最終試合」が行われた。
札幌ドームの主体者としての札幌市側のアクションは特段なかった。
同球団は、来年からお隣の北広島市の新球場に本拠地を移転する。
このことがちょっと象徴的なことがらで、札幌市内地価高騰の結果、
札幌から近接の地域に住宅地の移動が顕著になってきている。
「社長、KIECEって知ってますか?」
といきなりスタッフの一人から言われたのはもう1年前くらい。
感染症での社会閉塞真っ只中で、十分に情報取得できていなかったので、
「え、なにそれ?」と返した。
「最近、地元の北海道建設新聞社さんの記事で取り上げられていたんですけど・・・」
と情報を開示してくれて知った次第。
KIECEというのは、札幌から脱出して住宅を建てるときに人気が高まっている
地域の頭文字を集合化させたアルファベット造語で、
K(北広島)I(石狩)E(江別)C(千歳)E(恵庭)の要約なのですね。
というような経緯があって、言い出しっぺの北海道建設新聞社さんに
この造語の使用許諾も確認させていただいてこころよく承諾いただき
KIECE特集記事を計画した次第なのです。
上の写真はReplan北海道版最新号の表紙と、KIECE特集記事ページ。
北海道の巨視的な発展を考えれば首都圏での東京のような過密一極集中よりも
コア分散型の発展の方が地域らしさとしてふさわしい。
なんといっても北海道の魅力は開放的な風土にあると思うのです。
利便性重視で過密化し、どんどん高層化する未来よりも、
分散的発展の方が地域の魅力を永続化させられる。
メディアとしてのReplanとしても特集にするに値すると考えた次第。
また、地域でその地に根ざした家づくりを考える作り手と協働してきた
メディア姿勢としても合致するものと思っています。
最近の地価調査ではこのKIECE地域の地価上昇が全国ランキングでも
1-10位を独占しているという情勢。

また、日ハムさんの移転先としての北広島が一番最初になっているのは
一種、北海道民の「民主的意思表示」のようでもある(笑)。
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English version⬇

[What is "KIECE", the top dominating national land price survey? From Replan's latest issue #138]
The choice of Hokkaido-area residents not to be concentrated in one area like the Tokyo metropolitan area. From the latest issue of Replan. ...

These days, the public mood seems to have finally become more vibrant.
The housing industry has also emerged from its long environment of information isolation.
Information exchange" is becoming more and more active.
This point is important, because on youtube and other media, only someone's opinion can be expressed in a one-sided manner.
Without public opinion consideration, "guru-like" words and actions become a one-way street.
Each opinion is unique, but it is not accompanied by "sociality.
In other words, only one-sided discourses that have not been examined from various perspectives
In other words, there is a danger of one-sided discourse that is not examined from a variety of perspectives, such as the common sense of the world, and that it becomes a one-sided discourse.
I believe that a sound social development is based on the democratic exchange of information.

The day before yesterday, the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters, which has made Sapporo Dome its home for the past 19 years, played its "final game" at the Sapporo Dome.
The day before yesterday, the Sapporo Dome hosted the "final game" of the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters, which has been its home for 19 years.
The city of Sapporo, as the owner of the Sapporo Dome, did not take any particular action.
The team will move to a new stadium in the neighboring city of Kita Hiroshima next year.
This is somewhat symbolic of the fact that, as a result of soaring land prices in Sapporo, the city of Sapporo has been forced to relocate to a residential area in close proximity to the city.
This is a bit symbolic of the fact that, as a result of soaring land prices in Sapporo, there has been a noticeable shift of residential areas from Sapporo to neighboring areas.
One of our staff members suddenly said to me, "Mr. President, have you heard of KIECE?
One of our staff members suddenly said to me about a year ago.
I was in the middle of a social blockage caused by an infectious disease and had not acquired sufficient information.
I replied, "Oh, what's that?" I replied.
I was not fully informed, so I replied, "Well, it was recently featured in an article in the local Hokkaido Construction Newspaper..."
I was surprised to find out that KIECE is a company called Sapporo KIECE, which was founded in 1974 by the Sapporo City Government.
KIECE is an increasingly popular name for building houses out of Sapporo.
KIECE is a coined alphabetical term that is a set of the initial letters of the regions.
K (Kitahiroshima) I (Ishikari) E (Ebetsu) C (Chitose) E (Eniwa).
We asked Hokkaido Kensetsu Shinbun, the company that initiated the project, for permission to use this coined word.
The Hokkaido Kensetsu Shimbun, the company that initiated this project, kindly agreed to allow us to use this coined word.
We are now planning a feature article on KIECE.
The photo above shows the cover of the latest issue of Replan Hokkaido and the KIECE feature article page.
Considering the macroscopic development of Hokkaido, the core decentralized development is more regional than the overcrowded concentration in the metropolitan area like Tokyo.
The core decentralized development is more suitable as a regional character.
After all, Hokkaido's appeal lies in its open climate.
I believe that decentralized development is more appropriate than a future that is overcrowded and increasingly high-rise due to an emphasis on convenience.
Rather than a future of convenience-oriented overcrowding and high-rise development, decentralized development is more likely to perpetuate the charm of the region.
As a media outlet, Replan thought it would be a worthy feature.
We also believe that this is in line with our media stance of working with local home builders who are
I believe this is in line with the media's stance.
According to a recent land price survey, land prices in the KIECE area have been rising at a rate of 1 to 10 times the national ranking.
The recent land price survey shows that the KIECE area has dominated the national ranking from 1st to 10th place.

Also, the fact that North Hiroshima is the first place for Nichi-Ham to relocate to
It seems to be a kind of "democratic declaration of intention" by the people of Hokkaido (laugh).
It is still a small but futuristic movement in the region, and we hope that you will take a look at it in the magazine.
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【気候条件はどう推移した? 日本列島37,000年史-1】

2022-09-30 07:33:00 | 日記


さて最近、ブログの記述は行きつ戻りつしておりますが、
せっかく「毎日書く」と決めているのでなるべくテーマを決めていきたい。
そうすることで「深掘り」が可能になり意欲も盛り上がります。
いまは国立歴史民俗博物館の「先史」研究の世界に沿って進めたいと思います。
題して「日本列島37,000年史」テーマ設定。

日本列島とそこに暮らす人類の歩みは過去37,000年スパンだという。
こういう年代特定はつい最近、確定してきた見解のようです。
人類史の時代相では旧石器時代から縄文以降〜現代までの期間。
で、その間の列島を覆った気候環境がどうであったか、
という点について、最新の研究による展示パネルが示されていた。
〜過去の気候や気温、古植生はグリーンランドや南極の氷床コア、
日本の長野県・野尻湖や福井県・水月湖の湖沼堆積物の花粉分析などによって
復元されてきている。日本列島の後期旧石器時代は
「寒冷だが安定した時期」だったとされている。一方、
およそ17,000年前からの縄文時代以降は温暖で安定期になる。〜
あまり熱心な勉強をしてこなかったダメ人間ですが、いまになって
もう一回、追試験的に興味深い研究成果に驚かされる(笑)。
っていうか、わたしが教育を受けた、いまから半世紀以上前の段階では
このような研究が確定されていなかった。結果、
実像がモヤに掛かったような状態で教育を受けていたのですね。
なのでまことに新鮮な感動とともに学習意欲が盛り上がってくる(笑)。
「そうなんだよ、こういうのを教えられていたらもっと勉強したのに」
と自分の努力不足を他者のせいにしようという不埒な考えも浮かぶ。
しかし、加齢後にこういう研究成果に触れられるのも無上の楽しさ。
老いてもこころは少年期に若返っていく思いです。

大まかに言うと縄文以降、温暖化が進んできたことで
さまざまな「社会発展」が連綿と始められたのだということがわかる。
よく「縄文海進」という現象を聞いていたけれど、
こういう気候変動がその起点になっていたことが明確ですね。
旧石器時代とは、適応すべき環境自体が大きく姿を変えた。
「海進」というほどだから、陸地が大きく減衰したけれど、
残った陸地は温暖化によって、樹相はむしろ豊富に多様になったことがわかる。
また、それまでの陸地が植生ごと海中になったことで
豊かな食環境が列島海岸に生まれ魚類資源はより豊富に多量になった。
まさに縄文期の生活文化環境が整っていった。
温暖化は圧倒的な暮らしやすさに繋がっただろう。
一方、狩猟採集の主要な生活道具として基盤的に石器の多様な文化があった。
それぞれの時期で動物相に対応して進化発展した様子が開示されている。
巨視的な人類環境の「見える化」で想像力も膨らんでいきますね。


English version⬇

How Did Climatic Conditions Change? The 37,000-year history of the Japanese Islands - 1]
Identification of prehistoric environmental conditions. Methods have been established and visualization has progressed. Exciting intellectual exploration reduced to a boy who loves history. ...

Well, lately, my blog entries have been going back and forth.
Since I have decided to write every day, I would like to write on a specific theme as much as possible.
This will allow me to "dig deeper" and motivate me to do so.
For now, I would like to follow the world of "prehistory" research at the National Museum of Japanese History.
The theme is "The 37,000 Year History of the Japanese Islands.

The history of the Japanese archipelago and its inhabitants spans 37,000 years.
This kind of chronological identification seems to be a view that has been confirmed only recently.
In the chronological phase of human history, it is the period from the Paleolithic Age to the Jomon Period and beyond to the present day.
The latest research on the climatic environment that covered the archipelago during that period is on display.
The exhibition panels were based on the latest research on the climatic environment that covered the archipelago during that period.
〜The past climate, temperature, and paleo-vegetation were analyzed using ice cores from Greenland and Antarctica, as well as ice cores from Lake Nojiri in Nagano Prefecture, Japan.
and pollen analysis of lake sediments from Lake Nojiri, Nagano Prefecture, and Lake Suigetsu, Fukui Prefecture, Japan.
The Late Paleolithic of the Japanese Archipelago The Late Paleolithic of the Japanese Islands was
cold but stable period" in the Japanese archipelago. On the other hand
The Jomon Period, which began about 17,000 years ago, was a warm and stable period. ~...
I have not studied very hard, but now I am going to
I am amazed once more by the results of interesting research as a follow-up exam (laugh).
I mean, when I was educated more than half a century ago
such a study had not been finalized. As a result
I was educated in a state in which the real image of the world was covered by a blur.
So, I was really moved by the fresh impression and eager to learn (laughs).
If I had been taught this kind of thing, I would have learned more.
I would have learned more if I had been taught this way," and the insolent thought of blaming others for my own lack of effort also comes to mind.
However, it is also a great pleasure to be able to experience the results of such research after aging.
Even in my old age, I feel as if my mind is rejuvenated to boyhood.

Roughly speaking, since the Jomon period, global warming has been progressing.
The Jomon period is a time when the warming of the earth's surface led to a series of "social developments".
I have often heard of the phenomenon called "Jomon Kaihin" (Jomon sea advance).
It is clear that this kind of climate change was the starting point of this phenomenon.
The environment itself, to which we should adapt, changed drastically from the Paleolithic period.
The land area was greatly attenuated by the "sea advance," as it is called, but the land that remained was affected by the warming of the climate.
The remaining land was warmed, indicating that the tree fauna became rather abundant and diverse.
In addition, the entire vegetation on the land that had previously been underwater has been transformed into a rich food environment.
The rich food environment was created on the coasts of the archipelago, and fish resources became more abundant and plentiful.
This is exactly the lifestyle and cultural environment of the Jomon period.
Global warming would have made life overwhelmingly easier.
On the other hand, there was a diverse culture of stone tools as the main tools of life for hunter-gatherers.
The evolutionary development of each period in response to the fauna is disclosed.
The "visualization" of the macroscopic human environment also expands our imagination.

【輪廻を必死に生きるイキモノたち 動物観察篇3rd】

2022-09-29 05:44:36 | 日記

どうもイキモノのいのちの様子を見ていると
どんどんと引き込まれていくような感覚を持ってしまいますね。
きのうも朝、散歩していて帰り際の最後の通過ポイント「発寒川」橋脚で
なにげに川原の様子を見ていたら、写真のようなサクラマスの死体。
いきなり死体写真だけも不穏なので、サクラマス種の参考写真と
合体合成してみました。
あ、サクラマスはサケの魚種のひとつでかなり上流まで
産卵のために河川を遡上すると言われる。
この個体が、無事に産卵できたのかは不明ですが、挑んだことはわかる。
神々しいその姿に、おもわず合掌しておりました。
きのうも書いたようにこの橋には多くの地元民が参集していて、
情報を教えていただける方もいらっしゃいました。
釣り好きなその方のお話では、たぶん上流まで行って産卵した後、
このあたりまで流れ落ちてきたのではないか、とのこと。
ただ、そう努力したけれど力尽きていのちを繋ぎ得たかどうか不明とも。
・・・わが家周辺の川原は、人口密集地域であり
河川工事が徹底していて、川原と見える石の下側にはコンクリート平面が打たれ
到底、サクラマスたちが産卵できるような河底土壌はない、とのこと。
サケたちも人類が作る見た目の川原環境に惑わされて
産卵のためにコンクリート平面の上っ面だけの河底を掘る動作を見せるけれど
やがてここでは子孫の棲息はむずかしいとDNA的に悟って
さらに上流の河底を目指して移動していくのだとされていました。
イキモノの知恵の深さを知るとともに人類の身勝手さも思い知る。
しかし、人間は自分たちの快適生存を求めるのも自然であり、
そのように自然改造を繰り返してきたことが「歴史」でもある。
であれば、やはりサケたちの姿に手を合わせるしかない。
かれらの必死な姿を見て、人類としての業の深さを胸に刻みつつ、
しかし人類は人類として必死に生存を戦っていくしかない。
きびしい自然の掟というものは厳としてあり、
類的存在として一瞬たりとも立ち止まることは「類死」をも意味する。
人間はたくさんの動物種を絶滅させて生き延びてきたことは疑いない事実。
そういう原罪は背負って生きていくしかない。


そんな散歩道、たくさんの動物種たちと出会う。
名前もよくわからなかったり、一見毒々しくて毛嫌いしそうなのもいる。
かれらもまた、生存のために必死で他のいのちを奪いながらの
輪廻転生を生き続けている。
仏教ではこういう思惟の末に「精進料理」という考えに至るのでしょう。
殺生を遠ざけるということであり、
田畑からの植物性生産物中心の考え方になるけれど、それもまた、
あるがままの自然を自己都合で激しく改変して得られるもの。業の世界は深い。


English version⬇

Animals Desperately Living in Reincarnation: Observations on Animals, Vol. 3
The dead bodies of salmon and pink salmon, which I have been observing since the other day, were found on the riverbank. I was so happy to see them. The dignity of life that transcends good and evil in the way we live and die in reincarnation. I am so happy to be able to see the life and death of a salmon and a salmon trout.

Apparently, when I look at the life of an ikimono
I feel as if I am being drawn in more and more.
Yesterday morning, I was taking a walk and on my way back home, I was at the last stop on my way to the Hassamu River.
I was casually looking at the riverbank when I saw a dead cherry salmon like the one in the photo.
I was so disturbed to see only a photo of a dead body, I decided to combine it with a reference photo of a cherry salmon species.
I combined them with a reference photo of a species of cherry salmon.
The cherry salmon is one of the species of salmon, and it goes upstream to spawn.
They are said to migrate upstream to spawn.
It is unknown whether this individual was able to spawn safely, but I know that it tried.
I was deeply moved by the divine appearance of the fish.
As I wrote yesterday, many local people are gathering at this bridge.
Some of them gave us some information about the bridge.
According to the person who likes fishing, the fish probably went upstream to lay eggs and then drifted down to this area.
The fisherman told us that the fish had probably gone upstream to spawn and then drifted down to this area.
However, it is not clear whether the local people made such an effort but ran out of energy to save their lives or not.
The riverbank around our house is a densely populated area.
The riverbank around our house is a densely populated area, and the construction of the river is so thorough that the underside of the stones that appear to be the riverbed has been paved with concrete.
The river bottom soil is not suitable for cherry salmon to spawn.
Salmon, too, have been misled by the apparent riverbed environment created by mankind
They dig the river bottom only on the top surface of the concrete plane to spawn.
Eventually, they realize that it is difficult for their offspring to live here.
They eventually realize that it is not possible for their offspring to live here, and they move to the riverbed further upstream.
We are now aware of the depth of the wisdom of the creatures and the selfishness of humankind.
However, it is also natural for humans to seek their own comfortable survival.
And it is our "history" that we have repeatedly modified nature in this way.
If this is the case, we have no choice but to join hands with the salmon.
Seeing their desperate appearance, we can only remember the depth of our human karma.
But we, as human beings, have no choice but to fight desperately for our survival.
The harsh laws of nature are strictly in place, and we must not stand still for even a moment as similar beings.
To stand still even for a moment as a hominid being would mean "death of species.
There is no doubt that humans have survived by exterminating many animal species.
We have no choice but to live with such original sins.

On these walks, I encounter many animal species.
Some of them we do not even know their names, and some of them seem to be so poisonous that we dislike them.
They, too, continue to live through the cycle of reincarnation, desperately taking other lives for their own survival.
They are also living through reincarnation, taking other lives in a desperate attempt to survive.
In Buddhism, this kind of thought must have led to the idea of "vegetarianism.
It means to keep away from killing, and
It is a way of thinking centered on vegetable products from the fields, but it is also a way of thinking
nature as it is, but it is also obtained by violently altering it for one's own convenience. The world of karma is deep.

【動物観察篇2nd 人類史と日本列島 in 36,000年前】

2022-09-28 06:29:52 | 日記



きのうのブログ記事ではわが家周辺でのサケ遡上ニュース篇。
加齢と共にどうもイキモノへの愛着が強くなってきています。
散歩では不思議とイヌに好かれるようになってきている。
こっちが動物愛護に目覚めてくるとかれらは敏感に察知して
「こいつはチョロい、すぐにメロメロ(笑)」と
籠絡に掛かってくるのだろうと被害妄想(笑)的な受け身心理ですが、
そういうのにだまされるのも、それはそれで楽しい。
わたしは小さいときにイヌに噛まれた経験があるので、
原体験的にはあまり好意は持っていないはずなのに・・・。

例のデジタル写真復元はまだ報告が寄せられません(泣)。
しかし既存のわたしのデータバックアップ環境からいくつかのデータ再発見。
そのなかに「国立歴史民俗博物館」(千葉県佐倉市)の展示撮影写真。
1981年の開館からすでに41年目ですが、わたしの大好きな博物館。
展示研究テーマ的にわたしのツボを押さえてくれるのですが、
それが感染症の影響拡大でやむを得ない閉館状況に陥ったところ、
むしろそれをチャンスにしてこれまでの展示内容を一新していた。
とくに石器時代から縄文、弥生という年代コーナーは
まったく目が覚めるほどの大変革を遂げていた。説明文によると
「AMS-炭素14年代に基づく高精度な較正暦年代を縄文・弥生時代を中心に適用」
して、大胆な再構成・展示革新を行っていたのです。
わたし的には「まだまだ生きて人類全史解明の行く末を見届けるぞ」
という強いモチベーションを抱かせてくれる(笑)。
いや、笑い事ではなく心の底から歓喜のこだまが湧き上がってくるのです。
考古的発掘に対してその年代特定が相当程度の正確度でできれば、
人類史の知見は大きく前進することになる。
ここでは37,000年前に日本列島に人類が出現し、
その後7世紀に古代国家「日本」が成立する時期までの
歴年代的に考古事実を分析した内容に即して展示構成されている。
よく言われる「文字記録」だけの歴史から跳躍した「先史」が探究される。
科学的最新知見による歴史の再構築といえるでしょう。
知る、という人間らしい営為の発掘力が加速されることになる。
どんな事実が解明されているのか、まさに興味津々。
知的興奮を覚えたオモシロポイントをいくつか取り上げてみたい。

前置きが長くなってしまいほぼ紙数が尽きてしまった(笑)。
その最初展示部分に、このオオカミ、イヌと人類のDNA的な科学解析。
「2017年から3年間、栃木県葛生から出土した36,000年前の
巨大オオカミ頭蓋骨について、歯の携帯分析や年代測定、X線CT調査、
DNA解析などを行ってきた。・・・旧石器時代人が渡ってきた列島には
このような巨大オオカミが棲息していたのだ。・・・」との記述。
いきなり列島での人類痕跡と生物環境の時間的な特定事実。
一方、イヌは約700万年前ころにオオカミとは系統が分かれたとされる。
旧石器やその後の縄文の人々はイヌと共生していた痕跡もあるので、
このような巨大オオカミとは人といっしょに戦っていたのだろうか。
いきなり36,000年前からの歴史説き起こしだった。
列島で展開された「人類史」に科学的探究が及んできていることに感動。


English version⬇

Animal Observation Arc 2nd Human History and the Japanese Islands in 36,000 Years Ago
The photographic records of the National Museum of Japanese History were unearthed from the backup data. A ray of light in the exploration of my life's work, "House and Human History". ...

In yesterday's blog entry, I wrote about the news of the salmon run around my house.
As I age, I am becoming more and more attached to my canines.
When I go for a walk, I find that, strangely enough, dogs like me anyway.
As I become more and more aware of animal welfare, they are sensitive to it.
They are very sensitive to my animal love, and when I become aware of it
I am in a paranoid (laugh) and passive state of mind.
But it is fun to be deceived by them.
I was bitten by a canine when I was little.
I was bitten by a canine when I was a child, so I am not sure I have much fondness for them....

I have not received any reports of digital photo restoration yet.
However, I rediscovered some data from my existing data backup environment.
Among them are photos taken at the National Museum of Japanese History (Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture).
It has been 41 years since the museum opened in 1981, and it is my favorite museum.
It is my favorite museum, and it hits all the right spots for me in terms of exhibition and research themes.
When the museum was unavoidably closed due to the spread of infectious diseases, it was a good opportunity to renew the contents of the exhibits so far.
When the museum was forced to close due to the spread of infectious diseases, it took the opportunity to renew its exhibits.
In particular, the chronological section from the Stone Age to the Jomon and Yayoi periods
the chronological section from the Stone Age to the Jomon and Yayoi periods was completely transformed. According to the description
"The highly accurate calibrated calendar based on AMS-Carbon-14 dating has been applied mainly to the Jomon and Yayoi periods.
The museum had undergone a bold reorganization and innovation in its display.
In my opinion, the exhibition gave me a strong motivation to "live to see the end of the elucidation of the entire history of humankind.
I am still motivated to live to see the end of the elucidation of the entire history of mankind" (laugh).
No, it is not a laughing matter, but rather a joyful outpouring from the depths of my heart.
If we can determine the age of the archaeological excavation with a considerable degree of accuracy, our knowledge of human history will make great progress.
The knowledge of human history will be greatly advanced.
Here, we have the first evidence of the appearance of humans in the Japanese archipelago 37,000 years ago, followed by the appearance of the ancient nation of "Japan" in the 7th century.
The following is a chronological analysis of the archaeological facts
The exhibition is organized according to the chronological analysis of archaeological facts from 37,000 years ago to the establishment of the ancient nation of Japan in the 7th century.
This exhibition explores "prehistory," a leap from the often-quoted history based solely on written records.
It can be said to be a reconstruction of history based on the latest scientific findings.
It will accelerate the excavation power of the humanistic activity of knowing.
It is truly intriguing to see what facts are being uncovered.
I would like to highlight some of the omoshiroi points that have aroused my intellectual excitement.

I have almost run out of paper space because of the lengthy preamble (laughs).
In the first part of the exhibit, this DNA-like scientific analysis of wolves, dogs, and humans.
"For three years starting in 2017, a 36,000-year-old
We have conducted portable analysis of teeth, dating, X-ray CT studies, and
DNA analysis, etc. have been conducted. ...in the archipelago where Paleolithic man crossed over.
The Paleolithic man inhabited the archipelago. The description of the site is "The archipelago where Paleolithic man came from was inhabited by these giant wolves.
This is suddenly a time-specific fact of human traces and biological environment in the archipelago.
On the other hand, it is believed that the canine lineage separated from the wolf around 7 million years ago.
Since there are traces that Paleolithic and later Jomon people coexisted with canines
Did they fight with these giant wolves along with humans?
This was a sudden historical reconstruction from 36,000 years ago.
I was impressed by the fact that scientific exploration is now extending to the "human history" that has unfolded in the archipelago.

【秋色ジワリ わが家周辺河川「サケ遡上」】

2022-09-27 05:32:10 | 日記




朝の気温は札幌では10度ちょっと程度まで低くなってきました。
一昨日は11度でわたしはジャンパーを着込んで散歩。
でも人によっては午前6時頃、Tシャツ一枚の人もいる。
様子を見ていると特段寒いと感じている風でもない。
日本人にも欧米人的な体質の人が増えてきたのでしょうか?
きっと肉食中心の食生活なのかなぁ。
わたしはなるべくバランス良く、と心がけているせいか、
また感染症流行以来、絶対に風邪をひきたくない、と決めているからか、
加齢もあって寒さ対策には意識高めで行動しております。
まぁ、食生活では肉と魚、タンパク源摂取ではバランスは考えている。
この時期、そろそろ北海道の味覚の定番、サケと食卓で出会うことも増えている。

・・・というところですが、今年は春先に
ヒグマが札幌市内で見られたりして危険回避で散歩コースが大きく変わったので
通常見ている風景に変化も起こってきています。
で、最近はわが家から400-500m距離の「発寒川」河川流域の
公園緑地に沿って散歩行動するパターンが増えてきています。
人間は日常観察についてやはり自然のうつろい感受が基本欲求。
そんな毎日で、その川を渡る橋脚上で人だかりができている。
「おや、なんだろう・・・」と
野次馬根性が働いてその輪の中に入って観察していると
上の写真のような光景であります。
一番上の写真には注意喚起の矢印を付けてみましたので
お気付きいただけると思うのですが、サケの遡上風景であります。
その下の写真には矢印を付けていませんが、
ぜひ「目の体操」とお考えいただき、じっくりと観察してください(笑)。
そうすると健気なサケたちの必死の姿を発見できることと思います。
河川ではサケがのぼる川とそうでない川があるとされていますが、
どういった条件の違いなのかはよく知りません。
わが家周辺の自然にサケが◎認定をしてくれているようでウレシイ(笑)。
サケの様子を見ている人たちはおおむねサケを応援している。
まぁ内心では「ウマそうだから獲りたいな」と考えもするでしょうが、
いまのところ、そういう行為は目撃されていない。
観察していると川底はたくさんの小石のようで、個体によっては
その川底を掘っていると見える個体も散見される。
「え、ここで産卵まで見られるのだろうか」とドキドキが止まらない。
もしメスがそういう行為をするのであれば、周囲のオスは・・・と
より観察に熱が入ってきます。
同じイキモノとして感情移入する部分があって、応援に熱が入ってくる。

まことに秋色が日々深まってきている。
高温蒸暑の地域のみなさんにも写真から涼を感じていただければ幸いです。


English version⬇

Autumn colors of the rivers around our house are changing.
The salmon are giving the nature around our house a ◎ certification (laugh). I am simply happy that they seem to be providing us with such a story to boast about our community. I'm simply happy that they are providing us with such a local pride story.

The morning temperature has dropped to a little over 10 degrees Celsius in Sapporo.
The day before yesterday it was 11 degrees Celsius, and I put on a jumper for my walk.
However, some people were wearing only a T-shirt at around 6:00 a.m..
It was 11 degrees the day before yesterday, and I was wearing a jumper when I went for a walk.
Is it possible that more and more Japanese people have a Western-like constitution?
I wonder if it is because of their meat-centered diets.
Perhaps it is because I try to keep my diet as balanced as possible.
Or maybe it is because I have been determined not to catch a cold since the outbreak of infectious diseases.
I am also very conscious of my aging body, and I am taking measures against the cold.
Well, I try to balance my diet with meat and fish as protein sources.
At this time of year, we are beginning to encounter more and more salmon, a staple of Hokkaido's taste buds, at our tables.

This year, however, we saw a brown bear in the early spring.
This year, however, brown bears were seen in the city of Sapporo in early spring, and the walking course has changed dramatically to avoid danger.
So the scenery that we usually see has been changing.
Recently, we have been walking along the Hassamu River, which is 400-500m away from our house, in a park and green area.
I have been taking more and more walks along the green areas of the "Hassamu River" river basin, which is 400-500 meters from our house.
Human beings' basic desire in daily observation is to appreciate the changes of nature.
Every day, a crowd of people gathers on the piers crossing the river.
I wondered, "Oh, what's going on?
I entered the circle of onlookers and observed the crowd.
The scene was as shown in the photo above.
I have attached an arrow to the top photo as a reminder.
The top photo is a view of the salmon run, as you may notice.
The bottom photo is not marked with an arrow.
Please consider it as "eye exercise" and observe carefully (laugh).
If you do so, you will discover the desperation of these healthy salmon.
It is said that some rivers attract salmon while others do not.
I am not sure what the difference is.
I am happy that the salmon seem to have given the nature around our house the ◎ certification (laugh).
People who are watching the salmon are generally supportive of the salmon.
Well, I am sure that in their heart of hearts, they think, "That looks so tasty, I want to catch it.
But so far, we have not witnessed such an action.
The bottom of the river seems to be full of pebbles, and some individuals seem to be digging at the bottom of the river.
Some individuals seem to be digging at the bottom of the river.
I was so excited that I wondered if I would be able to see them spawning here.
If the female is doing such an act, the surrounding males are...
I am more enthusiastic in my observation.
As the same animal, I am emotionally involved, and I become enthusiastic in cheering for them.

Autumn colors are really deepening day by day.
I hope everyone in the hot and humid region can feel the coolness from the photos.