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



There is often an attitude to show that they already have the knowledge and sense of one's own.


I don't know if it was moderate, but my parents and grandfathers were all barriers that I had once passed.


It was just abused little by little.


As a girl


か ら Because we talked a lot about the boys' violent story, let's turn now and think about the problem of "home playing."


You probably haven't yet realized that this play is particularly well-developed in Japan. It doesn't seem close.


Thus, more than just playing like a boy's bird chasing or whipping, a part of the village's public affairs still remains.


発 見 To discover this, first consider whether there is a season or opportunity in this play.


The snow hut in Akita Prefecture, which is called Kamakura, is a place where girls can bring in a brazier and enjoy boiling calmly, despite the fact that there are still bird poems and fire boilers. It has become.


In other local New Year huts, there was an inn where baking and eating or caring for rice cakes, and eating children's meals was an important affair for them.


However, this is not the only girl.


Or, like a chick-feeding of the Tenryu River, there is a gathering of girls mainly laying lacquerware on the river in March | There was also.


It seems that Karagoto was one of the rivers in Wakasa's Tsunegami Village, among others, with various local colors.


However, it was a much more customary practice to go to Kawahara in Bon and cook and eat Kawahara porridge and Kawahara rice, not only on the day of the chick play in March.


In some cases, the location is not the riverside, but sometimes it is on the shores of the sea, on the hills where you can see in the distance, or on the side of a bridge.


Anyway, not only eating outdoors but also cooking is one of the features, which is why it has names such as Tsuji Meshi (Mino), Kamon (Goto), and Monma (Kishu), and usually Because it was the original event, there are many examples throughout the country: Bon furnace, Bonkdo, Bon rice, Bon porridge.


Cooking food in the open air is a rare event that may be of interest to adults, but even more so, those who have been involved have been female children since no time.


They don't know why they do this.


However, I couldn't forget the fun, and if it broke, I repeated the shape and developed a play with the sword.


Spirit rice


Playing was quiet and ugly for the parents, and it was also a training for other days, and it was a sympathetic play. You can tell by looking at it.


In the villages around Lake Hamana, there is a shrine, and on the island with the Seto Inland Sea, even a gakihan. He needed to return with pleasure, and he didn't want to prepare the food using the usual fires and ordinary kilns in his homes.


That is the reason why special kitchens were specially set up at gates, tsujis, Kawaharas, etc., and children were also considered to be less sensitive to the annihilation of touches than adults, so they were particularly assigned to entertain. I think that the.


盆 You can bring the ingredients for Obon rice from your home, collect rice, etc., and bring vegetables from the field.


Or it seems to me that there is a land where only Ozu beans allowed themselves to enter the field.


There are legends that the spirits coming to the Bon Festival have been hiding in Ozu Bean Hat for a while.


Depending on the region, it may be called a tray shelf offering, especially a water saw or water fruit. is there.


In many cases, the chopsticks are always made from the spirit-like hemp culm, and before being eaten by the creatures, they are first handed out with a tsuji-to-no-mune, or distributed little by little to nearby houses.