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



There are a lot of place names that seem to have been born only in those times.


Kizi/Yamatobe and the Chugoku region, with the mountains in the southeast facing the mountains and not in sunny conditions, is called Onji, or Hiura.


Normally, it is left in a cedar forest or the like, but if other conditions are good, it is sometimes used as a rice field or a rice field.


In this prefecture, such land is called a skink.


On the other hand, there are places called Hiomo Hinata or Asahi in other prefectures, so the place name was originally given from outside.


In other words, the time when even a lizard had to go and cultivate came after this place name.


The word sode or sonde also means on the other side of the mountain, but there are people who live there little by little.


The place name tells its history, even if there is no legend, that it was a person who usually separated from Euri in Omotesando after that.


 I once thought about the reason why the place name of Atera is such a remote village name.


One of the early known examples of Anji in the Mito territory of Hitachi was that it was replaced by letters with a tie until the early modern age, and was seen by people as Wu Mao Togen.


The road to go is only a little far away at Yamazaka, so it seems unlikely that the Okuyama family will be astonishing when you go back.


There are small villages called Atera in both Kiso and Ena, including those in the mountains of Koso that can be seen west of Tokyo. It was


All of them open relatively late, so it must be a mountain with insufficient sunlight, but even if you see this as a place name, you can guess that it will be a planned cultivated land from the front.


However, the condition was a little worse than the others, so it was put aside and put into question for a long time.


The word ate is well known to woodworkers and lumberers, and it is hated because it is a part of a timber that does not receive the day of the timber, that is, it grows poorly and the grain does not grow, and it is a difficult and difficult part to process. The bad things are called "athé", and even the ugly woman is even known as "athé", but it seems that the origin of the word is the same word as the side not seen from here, the punch line in the perspective.


Seen from the place where a person first entered, it is just a word that refers to other aspects, so if something bad happened to the bad person first, it might have been a beautiful place. Of.


The place name Atago is famous not only in the northern part of Kyoto, but also in Iwata-gun in Enshu, which separates Tenryu from here.


Both of them mean that they are on the opposite side of the place where the name of the name is, so it means that the former gateway to Atagoyama in Kyoto was Tamba.


I don't know where the base of Mr. Ochi, who is famous for Iyo, was at first, but even now, there are several places named Ochi from Tosa.


If people in the other side of the mountain named it Ochi even before people couldn't live there, it would be said that the flat land is a little wide, there is water, or special products are produced. It seems that there were climbing things, so I think the place name Ochi in Mikawa is also of the same kind.


One by one


@Our old name mixes old and new, so somehow somehow it gives us the feeling of being able to do it all at once, but no one would have picked up something that was not necessary for our daily lives.


It is conceivable that anyone could imagine that the place name "What rice" was created after opening the rice field, but the old names of "Nono" and "Numa" still remain in the names of those fields, such as Tabata and Murasato. Like Atera and Ochi mentioned in (1), there were many people who noticed that it became a problem even before a certain date when it was developed, and as a result, it became so famous that I followed it, so I made a living of traveling and collecting. If so, I didn't really need so many place names.


The remnants of the painful plans of your ancestors can be seen from the traces of the increase in each and every place name.


Don't discount the small things.