『青空文庫』にある作品を『Google Translate』で英訳してみました。



That's why I believe that this kind of shellfish such as myself always had another old name, and somehow I wanted to know it.



Needless to say, there are a lot of people who know it, but in foreign countries, the study to seek out the history of this treasure shell favorite has started quite well.


Many statues of gods using this shell are collected from distant continents, even among the rare unexplored people | The curse and so on are collected and displayed in the museums of the countries, who goes to such an outland, why I'm just wondering if it's supposed to bring in the shellfish, but I still don't know that there are people who have answered it explicitly.


There are many centers here and there, and it can not be argued that they have been coincident by chance, but the path directions of the deployment are too close to each other for that.


Thus, although this is a domain of archeology, there is a considerable gap in age depending on the area in the spread of this custom, and it is almost possible to prove the trace moving from A to T. I think there is no.


If, as we assume, the so-called ancient culture area of Nakahara, which has appeared a large number of epic relics, is the most important of its origin, even the marks of the sea have already been destroyed Even so, you have to think about the traffic on the southern islands, which still produces this innumerable number of beautiful oyster varieties.


Thirty years ago, when I visited Okinawa, I have been shown the collection of the treasures of Satsujun Baron.


In the sea in front of a villa close to Shuri, there are hundreds of unbelievable kinds of things that are hand-captured, but the change in color and spots is more remarkable than shape, and now But I can not forget that surprise.


"Okinawa was a rich source of rare shellfishes in the world", although it was the first time I thought it would be possible to prove it even from only one material, but how would it end up in the end?


Along with the misery of his family's misery, we have not yet come to the details of our place.


How long do we have to experience that the island's history is difficult to ask, and even the few clues are buried again?


Now that I am in the pre-temporary world, I especially miss this point.



Although the word is a diffuse and weak material, as its transmission and preservation are unconscious, it may have something that traces the transition of the past or the past.


For example, the local name of the small beautiful kind of shellfish currently summarized in the name of Takaragahi is the most popular example called Sibi through the north and south of the Okinawa islands.


There are certainly a few exceptions to be careful, but there are people who say that Shibi or Shipi generally go around, Kikai Island and so on like this, and a great one of them, Yunasbi.


Yunasubi's Yuna is probably the sea, and it should be contrasted with the so-called * of the "new syllabary mirror" and the so-called "海" (ウ).


"Kuraname" is addressed to "Ko * ko" or "sea *" to "Tsumi", and it is understood as the general name of a screw. Some people try to think about it, but in contrast to Shibi Subi of the southern islands on the right, this solution can be said to be wrong.


The example of Tsutsu and Su and Tsutsune is that it is unusual because I listen to the lips as Tsuba in the way, Shiba or Suva in the other side, and the Tsushidama in front of you, and those of you who say Susudama and Shishidama. is not.


And now there will be a lot of people who almost forgot, but the name "Tsuki" or "Subi" is actually the name of a pretty playful play.


Or I think that the upper reaches of Kyoto did not notice such a thing.


To begin to believe that Bashokai had the power of imprisonment, there was always another general psychology working, but especially when it came to weigh it as a protection of easy delivery. Perhaps it was supposed to focus exclusively on the unusual form of that shell.


Words such as eel oyster shellfish are fairly old in Japan, and the legend that the small bird may fly from a distant country, with shellfish added to the reeds, may have been detected in Japan. It may not be clear yet that it was shellfish of any shape.