5/25/2010

Wild roses (nobara)

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Wild roses (ibara, nobara)

***** Location: Japan
***** Season: Various, see below
***** Category: Plant


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Explanation


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kigo for Early Summer

ibara no hana 茨の花 (いばらのはな)
blossoms of wild roses

.... hana ibara 花茨(はないばら)
..... hana ubara 花うばら(はなうばら)
no-ibara no hana 野いばらの花(のいばらのはな)
nobara no hana 野ばらの花(のばらのはな)

bara no hanagaki 茨の花垣(ばらのはながき)
hedge of wild roses


The translation of ibara / nobara is a bit problematic, when trying to be specific.
The Japanese can refer to quite a few bushes and trees with thorns.


a briar, a bramble;



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kigo for late autumn

ibara no mi 茨の実 (いばらのみ) fruit of wild roses
nobara no mi 野茨の実(のいばらのみ)/野ばらの実
Hagebutte




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roosu hippu ローズ‐ヒップ【rose hip】 rosehip
Rosa canina

Hagebutte, Heckenrose

The bush blossoms in Juni and July.


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The red fruit of the European "wild roses".

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The rose hip and rose haw, is the pomaceous fruit of the rose plant, Dog Rose, that typically is red-to-orange, but ranges from dark purple to black in some species. Rose hips begin to form in spring, and ripen in late summer through autumn.

Rose hips are used for herbal tea, jam, jelly, syrup, beverages, pies, bread, wine, and marmalade.
A few rose species are sometimes grown for the ornamental value of their hips, such as Rosa moyesii, which has prominent large red bottle-shaped fruits.
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Hagebutten
(auch Hägen, Hiefe, Hiffen, Hiften, Rosenäpfel, Hetscherl, Hiven, Hetschepetsche)
Bezeichnung für die Früchte verschiedener Rosenarten.


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Rosa canina (lit. Dog Rose)
is a variable scrambling rose species native to Europe, northwest Africa and western Asia.
The plant is high in certain antioxidants. The fruit is noted for its high vitamin C level and is used to make syrup, tea and marmalade.
During World War II in the United States Rosa canina was planted in victory gardens, and can still be found growing throughout the United States, including roadsides, and in wet, sandy areas up and down coastlines.

Other old folk names include rose briar (also spelt brier),
briar rose, dogberry, weet briar, wild briar, witches' briar, and briar hip.

In Russian, its name is шиповник (translit: 'shipovnik'), which translates as "thorn bearer."
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Worldwide use


The Chesapeake Saijiki - SUMMER

briar roses (Rosa multiflora)

The Chesapeake Saijiki - SUMMER


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Germany

Rosa multiflora
Vielblütige Rose; Rispen-Rose
Heidenröslein



kigo for autumn
. Hagebutte (rosehip)   



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kigo for winter in Europe

rose hip tea
ローズヒップティー


Having cold again -
I send my sister out to buy
some dried rose hips.


Zhanna Rader



. Medicine and Haiku



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Things found on the way


. Ihara Saikaku, (Ibara Saikaku) 井原西鶴 .
1642–1693


Ibara town 井原 in Okayama


. WASHOKU
Local Dishes from Ibaraki (Ibaragi) Prefecture




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HAIKU


路絶て香にせまり咲く茨かな
michi taete ka ni semari saku ibara kana

the road ends
in a strong fragrance -
wild roses in bloom

Tr. Gabi Greve



花いばら故郷の路に似たるかな
hana ibara kokyoo no michi ni nitaru kana

flowers of wild roses
so much like those by the roadside
of my hometown . . .

Tr. Gabi Greve

The cut marker KANA is at the end of line 3.




白露や茨の刺にひとつづつ

shiratsuyu ya ibara no toge ni hitotsu-zutsu

White dew on the bramble;
One drop
On each thorn.

trans. Blyth

White Dew and Haiku


. WKD : Yosa Buson 与謝蕪村 in Edo .


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いういうと茨のおくの野梅哉
iu-iu to ibara no oku no no ume kana

cool and calm
deep in the thorn thicket...
blooming plum


Kobayashi Issa
Tr. David Lanoue


Onomatopoetic Words and Haiku


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source : 芝滋 さん



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Related words

kigo for late spring

***** sarutori ibara さるとりいばら
gandachi ibara がんだちいばら
karatachi ibara からたちいばら
blossoms of Similax glabra

. WKD : Plants in Spring


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. Briar Berry, briar berries   



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***** . Berry, berries   



***** Rose (bara) Japan

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've enjoyed reading all the information and haiku at your world kigo database, Gabi. :)
Thank you.

architecture news said...

- architecture -
Ibaradaruki 茨垂木
are curved rafters that have points that can be seen under the eaves of a gate or entrance which has an undulating bargeboard. These rafters are also called wadaruki 輪垂木. Even the vertical sides of the bracket arm *hijiki 肘木, on the Hokkiji *Sannjuu-no-tou 法起寺三重塔 (706) in Nara, for example, have slightly inward curves that form points referred to as ibara.

ibara 茨
The point where two curved lines or forms meet. The junction point of the right and left sides of an undulating bargeboard *karahafu 唐破風. The term loosely used has taken on the meaning of any pointed part within a curvilinear form. Occasionally, it is used to refer to curvilinear forms that are cusped but do not have points.

http://www.aisf.or.jp/~jaanus/deta/i/ibara.htm

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