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Welcome to Alioto’s Restaurant, a San Francisco landmark on Fisherman’s Wharf, serving its’ famous fresh Seafood and Sicilian family recipes for over 90 years. Now run by the fourth generation of the Alioto family, Alioto’s is San Francisco’s oldest family owned and run restaurant.

In the beginning: In 1898, young Nunzio Alioto left his family’s small town of Sant’Elia in Sicily for the booming economy and richer fishing waters of San Francisco. By 1925 Nunzio began his fresh fish stall. Stall #8 sold lunchtime provisions to Italian laborers. Far from the tourist attraction the wharf is today, it was then surrounded by an enormous lumber yard, train tracks, a union hall and bustling wholesale fisheries.

1930s: Business grew steadily and by 1932, Nunzio Alioto constructed the first building on Fisherman’s Wharf by combining the fish stand with a seafood bar specializing in crab and shrimp cocktails, and fresh cracked crab.

10.03.2011  · The Young Dubs played "Fisherman's Blues" at Mid-Winter 2011... The Young Dubliners - "Fisherman 's Blues" YouTube; ... Fishermans Blues (live 2012) ...

The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife (蛸と海女, Tako to ama, Octopus(es) and shell diver), also known as Girl Diver and Octopuses, Diver and Two Octopuses, etc., is ...

The Young Dubliners (sometimes shortened to the Young Dubs) is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1988.

The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife ( 蛸と海女 , Tako to ama , Octopus (es) and shell diver ) , also known as Girl Diver and Octopuses , Diver and Two Octopuses , etc., is a woodblock-printed design by the Japanese artist Hokusai . It is included in Kinoe no Komatsu (English: Young Pines ), a three-volume book of shunga erotica first published in 1814, and has become Hokusai's most famous shunga design. Playing with themes popular in Japanese art, it depicts a young ama diver entwined sexually with a pair of octopuses .

The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife is the most famous image in Kinoe no Komatsu , published in three volumes from 1814. The book is a work of shunga ( erotic art ) within the ukiyo-e genre. [1] The image depicts a woman, evidently an ama (a shell diver), enveloped in the limbs of two octopuses. The larger of the two mollusks performs cunnilingus on her, while the smaller one, his offspring, assists by fondling the woman's mouth and left nipple. In the text above the image the woman and the creatures express their mutual sexual pleasure from the encounter. [2]

All designs in the publication are untitled; this design is generally known in Japanese as Tako to ama , translated variously into English. Richard Douglas Lane calls it Girl Diver and Octopi ; [3] Matthi Forrer calls it Pearl Diver and Two Octopi ; [4] and Danielle Talerico calls it Diver and Two Octopi . [5] The open book measures 6½" × 8¾" (16.51 cm × 22.23 cm). [6]

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Welcome to Alioto’s Restaurant, a San Francisco landmark on Fisherman’s Wharf, serving its’ famous fresh Seafood and Sicilian family recipes for over 90 years. Now run by the fourth generation of the Alioto family, Alioto’s is San Francisco’s oldest family owned and run restaurant.

In the beginning: In 1898, young Nunzio Alioto left his family’s small town of Sant’Elia in Sicily for the booming economy and richer fishing waters of San Francisco. By 1925 Nunzio began his fresh fish stall. Stall #8 sold lunchtime provisions to Italian laborers. Far from the tourist attraction the wharf is today, it was then surrounded by an enormous lumber yard, train tracks, a union hall and bustling wholesale fisheries.

1930s: Business grew steadily and by 1932, Nunzio Alioto constructed the first building on Fisherman’s Wharf by combining the fish stand with a seafood bar specializing in crab and shrimp cocktails, and fresh cracked crab.

10.03.2011  · The Young Dubs played "Fisherman's Blues" at Mid-Winter 2011... The Young Dubliners - "Fisherman 's Blues" YouTube; ... Fishermans Blues (live 2012) ...

The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife (蛸と海女, Tako to ama, Octopus(es) and shell diver), also known as Girl Diver and Octopuses, Diver and Two Octopuses, etc., is ...

The Young Dubliners (sometimes shortened to the Young Dubs) is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1988.

Welcome to Alioto’s Restaurant, a San Francisco landmark on Fisherman’s Wharf, serving its’ famous fresh Seafood and Sicilian family recipes for over 90 years. Now run by the fourth generation of the Alioto family, Alioto’s is San Francisco’s oldest family owned and run restaurant.

In the beginning: In 1898, young Nunzio Alioto left his family’s small town of Sant’Elia in Sicily for the booming economy and richer fishing waters of San Francisco. By 1925 Nunzio began his fresh fish stall. Stall #8 sold lunchtime provisions to Italian laborers. Far from the tourist attraction the wharf is today, it was then surrounded by an enormous lumber yard, train tracks, a union hall and bustling wholesale fisheries.

1930s: Business grew steadily and by 1932, Nunzio Alioto constructed the first building on Fisherman’s Wharf by combining the fish stand with a seafood bar specializing in crab and shrimp cocktails, and fresh cracked crab.

Welcome to Alioto’s Restaurant, a San Francisco landmark on Fisherman’s Wharf, serving its’ famous fresh Seafood and Sicilian family recipes for over 90 years. Now run by the fourth generation of the Alioto family, Alioto’s is San Francisco’s oldest family owned and run restaurant.

In the beginning: In 1898, young Nunzio Alioto left his family’s small town of Sant’Elia in Sicily for the booming economy and richer fishing waters of San Francisco. By 1925 Nunzio began his fresh fish stall. Stall #8 sold lunchtime provisions to Italian laborers. Far from the tourist attraction the wharf is today, it was then surrounded by an enormous lumber yard, train tracks, a union hall and bustling wholesale fisheries.

1930s: Business grew steadily and by 1932, Nunzio Alioto constructed the first building on Fisherman’s Wharf by combining the fish stand with a seafood bar specializing in crab and shrimp cocktails, and fresh cracked crab.

10.03.2011  · The Young Dubs played "Fisherman's Blues" at Mid-Winter 2011... The Young Dubliners - "Fisherman 's Blues" YouTube; ... Fishermans Blues (live 2012) ...

The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife (蛸と海女, Tako to ama, Octopus(es) and shell diver), also known as Girl Diver and Octopuses, Diver and Two Octopuses, etc., is ...

The Young Dubliners (sometimes shortened to the Young Dubs) is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1988.

The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife ( 蛸と海女 , Tako to ama , Octopus (es) and shell diver ) , also known as Girl Diver and Octopuses , Diver and Two Octopuses , etc., is a woodblock-printed design by the Japanese artist Hokusai . It is included in Kinoe no Komatsu (English: Young Pines ), a three-volume book of shunga erotica first published in 1814, and has become Hokusai's most famous shunga design. Playing with themes popular in Japanese art, it depicts a young ama diver entwined sexually with a pair of octopuses .

The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife is the most famous image in Kinoe no Komatsu , published in three volumes from 1814. The book is a work of shunga ( erotic art ) within the ukiyo-e genre. [1] The image depicts a woman, evidently an ama (a shell diver), enveloped in the limbs of two octopuses. The larger of the two mollusks performs cunnilingus on her, while the smaller one, his offspring, assists by fondling the woman's mouth and left nipple. In the text above the image the woman and the creatures express their mutual sexual pleasure from the encounter. [2]

All designs in the publication are untitled; this design is generally known in Japanese as Tako to ama , translated variously into English. Richard Douglas Lane calls it Girl Diver and Octopi ; [3] Matthi Forrer calls it Pearl Diver and Two Octopi ; [4] and Danielle Talerico calls it Diver and Two Octopi . [5] The open book measures 6½" × 8¾" (16.51 cm × 22.23 cm). [6]


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