kanpyo

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канпё
высушенные тонкие полоски тыквы

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  • Kanpyō — may refer to:*Kanpyō (era) (寛平), a Japanese era spanning 889 and 898. *Kanpyō (food) (干瓢), a food found in Japanese cuisine …   Wikipedia

  • Kanpyō — Kampyō (crudo), virutas secas de Lagenaria siceraria var. hispida. El kanpyō (干瓢, kanpyō …   Wikipedia Español

  • Kanpyō (era) — nihongo|Kanpyō|寛平| was a nihongo|Japanese era name|年号,| nengō ,|lit. year name after Ninna and before Shōtai. This period spanned the years from 889 through 898. The reigning emperors were nihongo|Uda tennō |宇多天皇 and nihongo|Daigo tennō |醍醐天皇.… …   Wikipedia

  • Kanpyō (food) — nihongo| Kanpyō |干瓢|かんぴょう, sometimes romanized kampyō , are dried shavings of calabash ( Lagenaria siceraria var. hispida ), a type of gourd. Kanpyō is an ingredient in traditional Edo style Japanese cuisine, and cooked and flavored kanpyō is… …   Wikipedia

  • Emperor Uda — Infobox Monarch name = Emperor Uda title =59th Emperor of Japan caption = reign =The 26th Day of 8th Month of Ninna 3 (887) The 3rd Day of 7th Month of Kanpyō 9 (897) coronation =The 17th Day of 11th Month of Ninna 3 (887) predecessor =Emperor… …   Wikipedia

  • Sushi — This article is about Japanese cuisine. For other uses, see Sushi (disambiguation). Different types of nigiri zushi ready to be eaten …   Wikipedia

  • Emperor Daigo — Daigo Emperor of Japan Emperor Daigo Reign 897–930 Coronation 897 …   Wikipedia

  • Ninna — History of Japan Shōsōin Paleolithic 35,000–14,000 BC Jōmon period 14,000–300 BC Yayoi period 300 BC–250 AD Kofun period 250–538 Asuka period …   Wikipedia

  • Fujiwara no Takafuji — the second son of Yoshikado, was a kugyo (Japanese noble) of the Heian period. His mother was Takada no Haruko (高田春子), daughter of Takada no Shamimaro. His daughter was mother of Emperor Daigo, and he moved up by his grandson Emperor Daigo s… …   Wikipedia

  • Ères du Japon — Les ères du Japon (年号, nengō?, littéralement « nom de l année ») sont un calendrier couramment utilisé au Japon pour compter les années. Par exemple, Heisei 18 correspond à l année 2006 et l année 2007 fut Heisei 19. Comme beaucoup de… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sushi — de diferentes clases …   Wikipedia Español


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