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



This temple was built in the place of an old grandmother, and the blue silk of the book was the person's belt.


Then, when my grandfather was a grandfather, there was an old priest named in the temple in Yokogawa, the temple in the back of Hiruyama, and I met him because he came out of Oshiba some time ago.


When a person sat down toward the Kara paper shoji, and then opened the shoji from one side to the next, the high priest sat down in front of the back.


There was also a story that I didn't feel like I met because there was so much space.


What is the name, and is it still on the record?


Every time I climb a mountain, I remember that person, but I didn't have a chance to confirm it, so this is another childhood dream.


Characteristics of my home


My great-grandfather went to Kyoto when he was young and studied about a Chinese medicine teacher called Gimong Dong-dong.


It seems that he was a rough-themed doctor who used laxatives, but his great-grandfather had learned it, so it was not so popular.


However, mysteriously, I was studying phonology.


Some of the books seemed to be written, but when the family moved to Tokyo in 1902, they quickly rushed to the Inoue family with two books in a bookcase and left it.


In this collection, there was another “tongue diagram” that became the brush of the great-grandfather mentioned earlier.


I didn't know the anatomy and the diagnosis was nothing but the pulse, breathing, and tongue, so I used the paint to draw the picture and symptoms of the tongue on paper that was about half the size of Mino.


In some places, there were white stars and explained in small letters one by one under the picture.


I think that the strange sexuality that the great-grandfather did what a normal doctor did, researched non-specialized phonemes, and drawn pictures was inherited by us.


In addition, there was one wooden box in my house that was used as a hindrance for the book.


It was the size of a mahjong toolbox, and when I opened it, it was full of arithmetic trees used in the old arithmetic.


I think that it was divided into two colors, but I was able to do high-level mathematics such as Kaihei and Kate.


And there was a textbook for explanation.


My grandmother was proud of being able to learn it from her father and do advanced mathematics.


In my grandmother's book, there was a “method of knowing the number of songs under the sky”.


If thirty-one kana characters are arranged side by side and calculated using a combination, the number seems to be limited.


Later, when I talked to Mr. Akihiko Terada about this, “With the passage of time, the meaning of the same song will change, so the contents of the combination will not be such a thing.


“The number of songs is not decided, so it ’s better to study and make it.”


But anyway, my great-grandfather did not only go home to remember the high-level arithmetic, but also to teach it to my daughter, my grandmother, a taught daughter, applied it. And trying to know the number of songs was a little different.


My grandmother also became a doctor, and in the name of Kozuru, named “Stripe” (another name for ancient crane) was a private school for Chinese studies. It is.


It is known that such a thing supported my house without negotiating with the country life.


In this kind of home there was a bloody line of a desperate woman like my mother, so in the middle I felt something fateful and I think we should not resist it too much It became so.


Tsuruyama in Tajima


In the first year of the Meiji period, it was only four or five years, but it was a long time ago that Ichikawa and Maruyama River were connected to a voyage and the Harima Pass and the Sea of Japan were connected. I got a visit from Mr. Kurika Tomita, a poet, and I talked about that, so let's talk about it today.


The road from Harimaji to Tajima's Ikuno still crosses the pass, but the previous pass was a little different.


Below that pass is Mayumi, and Ichikawa is bent all the way to it, leading to Ikuno's small basin.