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And on the other hand, only the rare words that call human birthplaces Shira are still distributed and live almost all over the 36 islands.


Even if it happens that a person who replaces Sila with Ubuya, for example, a widow is called Shiropitou, and many complex forms of a woman like Wakaziraa have their ears of foreigners at their disposal.


I think it was once in the southwestern area of Japan that there was a time when we called the production house Shira.


One example that is almost unmistakeable is that the local language of the so-called birthplace's niece, Shirafjo, is not uncommon here either.


While there are many who understand that the mourning mourning is black impure and the moon's obstruction is red unclean, but it is white or not, there is no reason to say that the maternity's moderation is white.


Rather, the two black and red names are the ones that came out later because of this misunderstanding, that is, the original meaning of the word shira might have been the process of being forgotten one after another .


Another example to further discuss the matter is in the northeast corner of Aichi prefecture, Sanshu | in the mountain village of Kitastagura, there is a unique event called Shira among Shimotsuki Kagura, which was held until recently.


With a lot of branches of trees and other materials, I made a temporary large temporary mountain, made an entrance and exit in front and back, and I hung a cross road inside, and let a volunteer to go through it.


It is also said that there is a word that says "God's womb," and that it was born and cleanly called having made this way without hindrance.


It may be seen as a normal type of mountain faith in Japan, but it may have an old meaning that it was buried or named as Mount Shira.


The famous mountains of Kaga, etc., are to be called Hakusan and Hakuon, and the Shinto family's theory that links this to the decree of the god of Kikuri is not new, but the common sense person so far is rather Deep in the spring, I never wondered about the snow of Takahaga that will disappear.


However, if you think about it, it seems that it is a little random, and there is no problem of naming.


In the near future, I made a public book entitled "The Great White God" and tried to describe what I had thought about Othorisama's faith in the Tohoku region.


Oshira's deity, which is held in various places in Kanto, is the hanging shaft of a woman who holds a branch of a horse on a horse and holds a branch of a rose, and is a kind of insect that is led by a great horse and rises to the sky and spit silk. Not only is the first story of “Shujinki” being transmitted to the world, but also the dialect “Oshirasama” is common. It seems that there is an old language called phily and phonological admonitions, so once it is a branch of the same tradition, or if it is not, even the name Oshihama in the Owa region is at least It was estimated that it was carried and done.


Now it can not be without remorse that it should not have come to an end so quickly.


Rice and Hakusanjin


Currently, there are large regional changes in the Tohoku area.


The source may be one, but it is still very difficult to prove, much less the order of its transition.


However, it is important to note that, although the love story of Miki and Meima has been transmitted, many villages, not only before but now, have no supportive work, therefore There is no event for praying for the rich production, and we will play or play hoshosama of the houses on a regular day of every year, or Holog (Have you seen it?)


Also called, a blind maiden called Idako, who had such a story.


The local history historian Oigawa Junjiro of Hachinohe City has been paying attention to this problem for a long time, but in the quite remote area of the Tonan area, the ceremony day of this oshira play is three times a year or three plus a new year or It is the day of March 16th, that is, the day when the gods of the region say, "God up and down" in the region, and it seems that there are also many people who think of Oshira as a farmer.


On the day of the rise and fall of the agronomists / creators or country gods, it is the usual practice of East Japan to turn the doors, and the relative day between February and October is the most common, but this is the winter Because it is long, I cut it down and go to March and September.