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Although Nirya Kanaya is not two separate heavens, even if many examples from the north and south prove this, if the Yin and Yang two-sided doctrine becomes popular, it is inadvertently interpreted as a parallel of Tenjin Kaijin, and in other islands In addition, there are cases where even the day of the festival is different as the two pillars of Yamagami Kaijin.


This is clearly evidence that you forgot the usual practice of "Omoro" and did not carry the previous faith.


In addition, Kakra for Obotu and Cineriaa for Amamiya were probably one of the synonyms, but those who talked to and listened to Daitoku in Akatsuki made Amamikyo Shineriku two more men and two more later. One side was written in the form of "Ama Biei", so to speak, it was preparing the groundwork for Tenson's advent.


However, when I saw it this way, I think that what was not enough to overthrow the concept of Amamiya-Amamiku, which had been carried out until now, is the power that was constantly flowing to the bottom of the folk religion .


As Mr. Dong-Onna had already been warned, in the history books of Okinawa under “Nakayama Sekan”, a male goddess who first got into the sky and fell into the sky does not become an islander's originator as it is, and ascends to the sky again It was scolded by the emperor, and then it was written that three races had grown.


The need for such a correction is that Amami is the sea, and it was known as a common sense during the time that even those who came from there were Amamikyu, and on the other hand It is also possible that the request for returning such a source to the heaven is partly overwhelmed in part by the fact that there is a slightly difficult-to-understand claim called "Amamiyas de Janasna" in "Omoro" in the early days of the old days.


And because the request was somewhat impossible, it did not succeed enough.

一九 ニルヤと根の国

19 Nirya and the country of the root


The primary use of folklore is that people who believed in the vulgarity of the roots of the superior noble clan, try to listen and share with others, and that they are mere If it is thought that it is not a dream or fancy but based on the common sense and common sense of nature for years, this many distant Kojima, or unity of the countryside, is not only strange. For us, it is a loneliness that can not be scared.


Once upon a particularly spacious area, those who had been admitted to Japan's eclectic history and those who believed in the existence of a nearly homogeneous marine paradise lived in a mutually dispersed manner.


"Kojiki" "Nonki" is an important document, but it was a very long-lasting period, and it was rare for those who even knew the name of the book.


If I had listened to that story, I would not have disseminated a half-traditional old story, and at least I would not have had a laugh at it.


In other words, I doubt that the seeds of this story have already been sown on the islands of the east, even more than a thousand and twenty years ago when our Jindaimaki was compiled. Can not.


Therefore, it is necessary to think about how many middle generations there are in this island's view on the sea and in the end how much in common can still be explored.


The first problem is that Niraikanai in the Okinawa Islands, or Nilyakanaya, and the everlasting town of Honshu's record, and the reason why it has become so remote that it seems to be two completely separate things.


In fact, both points have not been very careful in the past, but the clue remains fortunately.


And they give each other strong suggestions.


For example, the word Nilai Nirya is not used in everyday stories as the psalm fades away, and it gradually disappears, but a substitute noun is born little by little later .


Amamiya, Amamiyo, Amamikyu, etc., just like using "New God's Legend," as the "God of God's Palace" in Kaijingu, has just been incorporated into the new Tenjin legend, but its origin is unknown Became.


The late | Inami Fuyu's “Amami-ya-dori” is a writing of effort, but Amami is almost approved of migration from the north of this race, following the theory of Mari Kurita, a member of the seaman club.