“Anata Ni Hiyashi Cyuka”by Ketsumeishi
Teaches You How to Prepare Chilled Chinese Noodles??
A standard dish in muggy summer in Japan, which Japanese have loved for a long time just as fine noodles, is chilled Chinese noodles. The noodle dish, which is called“Rei-men”(cool noodles) in west Japan, is a must in summer in Japan.
The picture of
“Danjo 6 Nin Natsu Monogatari”
19, July of 2006 released
＜The song list＞
1. Danjo 6 Nin Natsu Monogatari
2. Natsu To Beer To Rock'n'roll
3. Anata Ni Hiyashi Cyuka
4. Kimi Ni BUMP 〜Sukaimeishi MIX〜
Opinions are divided on the origin of chilled Chinese noodles. They say, however, it is Japanese original dish even Chinese noodles are used on, because cool dishes are not popular in China. The sense of seasons has lately been fading, for instance chilled Chinese noodles are sold at some convenience stores even in March. But for most of Japanese, it is still a must in summer. That is going to be denied by no one.
Now, a song which features chilled Chinese noodles as that, is“Anata Ni Hiyashi Cyuka”(Chilled Chinese noodles for you) by Ketsumeishi, a group of singers in Nippon. Before the CD was released, the title seemed to be“Kimi Ni Hiyashi Cyuka”since some music magazines published before it was released, they introduced the song as“Kimi Ni Hiyashi Cyuka.”
A short story comic
contained in the single
Story: Yoshida Taizo
Manga: Tamakoshi Hiroyuki
The lyrics on the song describe about the scene of a couple in summer as the title says. A man tries to cook chilled Chinese for his girl. The song can also teach how to make chilled Chinese noodles because the song also contains a recipe for the noodles. The song might be an answer song for“Anata Ni Salad”by Dreams Come True, a popular band in Japan.
In Aug. of 2011, the song is not put at any albums of Ketsumeishi. So you have to checank“Danjo 6 Nin Natsu Monogatari,”a single CD they released in 2006, to listen to“Anata Ni Hiyashi Cyuka.”But the song is going to make your summer lives happier, and then it is valuable to check it as a friend of yours in summer.
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