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Given that the place names are small and many are still distributed, I can't think of it as the nomenclature learned by peasants from the officials in the Middle Ages.


In the Kanto area, it was an old place name written as Furukawa, Koga, etc. of Shimosa, and it was never an empty place due to the rush of Totsu on the Tone River.


Moreover, there are some villages that are still called Goka and are called Goka in the vicinity.


It is the established theory such as "place name dictionary" that it means the development area in the early manor system and has nothing to do with Furukawa, but it cannot be passed without censoring.


The fact that Koga and Goka and the difference in clearness cannot be ignored is the same between Kuga and Goga.


It was unreasonable to argue that a mysterious place name, such as "Kougaru," was accidentally used because it was a quiet character.


No matter what the letters are, there are many places named Goka all over the country, and I don't know what they mean.


 The straits in the upper reaches of the Tone River have been rewritten as five in recent times.


Speaking of Goka, many people first think of Gokasho in Higo, but there are many other places with the same name, and many are in the great mountains.


Echigo Gokayama, known for its barley dance, also has the legend of Heikeya.


Then, there is Gokasho on the river in Kagakita district, separated by some mountains.


Echizen also has two five areas, but Gokayama, which is adjacent to the west side of Hakusan, is a remote area because of a tributary of the Kuzuryu River.


Also, there are five similar trees in the back of Enshu Oigawa, in Iyo and Awa.


In Iyo, it was called Gokayama and was neither a village nor a sho.


Or, I tried to explain the characters so that they consisted of five Buraku, but I often failed.


Suou|Kamidaigo in the back of Kuga-gun also called the thirty-three villages as Goka8, but there is also the name of Rokugo Nanabata, and I don't know why it was called Goka.


Ise | Gotaya village in Taki-gun is also followed by two large letters in addition to the five villages.


Goka and other villages in Minamihata Village, Chikuzen-gun, are also in the mountains, but some of them are scattered, so it seems that Goka is a house, and because it is in the Gokameden and the family decree, there are few houses. People say that it's not like a cavern.


Any two or three can be attached, but there are dozens of other five in addition to Kyushu and other large areas of Kinki and Eastern countries, and it is not easy to see it as a vacant accent or misunderstanding. ..


Moreover, if it can be said that the place name of Koga and the original one is exactly the same, even if it no longer has the same contents as Tsugaru or Kaga or Kanuka in the south, it only has a long relationship before long. I think you can assume.


Therefore, it is necessary to further prove that the word "Kanban" in the early Hokke language had some kind of superhuman fascination.


 The idea about Kanuka, a place name in Tohoku,


Rikuchu | Kunohe-gun | Tane Municipal Characters | Kanuka


Next, I do not know the correct pronunciation,


Muchu-Kamikita-gun Misawa-mura character Kanaka


This also seems to be the same Kanuka.


Kano coast is south of Hachinohe. | There is a series of Pleistocene sea erosion up to Taro, and the width becomes narrower as it goes south.


Its erosion surface is extremely flat, often grassland or forest.


I think there was a lot of grass, especially between Taro and Omoto.


Kanuka in Taneichi is a coast, and although there were some grasslands in the vicinity, it seems that there were more forests.


The grassland is elongated along the sea.


Therefore, there should be a lot of Kanuka along the road between Hachinohe and Taro, but it is not visible anywhere else on the map.


Or how many Kanuka as many as fifty-five thousand can be used as small names.


There may be two types of Kanuka or Kaga.


One is the Akita region, which is Thailand or Mori (?).


In the mountainous plateau, the one with grass and no trees is Kanuka, which is said to be near Yuse Onsen in Kazuno-gun, and it is thought that it becomes a lake deposit or a relic of Penepreen. There is.