A vendor selling amazake (a sweet beverage)กส1กห
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[ID] 711กกกก( ID:711 )
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[Cabinet] 16-1-0
[Keyword] peddler
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Amazakeuri, who sold fermented sake by calling out "sweet, sweet amazake," were seen in summer time in the Keihan district and year-long in Edo. They carried two wooden boxes on balancing poles to sell amazake. They had tea cups and trays in the box in the front, and a furnace and teapot in the box in the back. The price for a cup was 6 to 8 mon.