Mono-uri and Tanka-uri - street vendors, emerged in the Heian period (794-1185) and by the Muromachi period in the 14th century were a common sight. They sold everything from medicine to food, toys, and tools. By the Edo period, increasing competition forced them to wear colourful clothes and develop humerous sales pitches and perform various antics to stand out from the others. This CD includes the selling of clams, natto, sardines, udon, sweets, oil, bananas, sweet potato and chestunts.
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