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


二八 一鍬田

Nihachi Ichida


There is Itahoda, Yana-mura, Yana-gun, on the opposite bank of Shinshiro-cho, upstream of Toyokawa in Mikawa.


Last year, I asked the origin of the name of the play village, but there was nothing to gain.


I also don't know if there are any explanations for this feature of the terrain.


It is the same as the fact that many prefecture names today are based on the county/town name.


Therefore, even if two or three large letters with the same name are similar in terrain, one cannot always be the cause of the other, but there are only two other places with the same name.


One is the large letter of Shimosou Katori-gun | Tako-cho.


If you look at the map, you will find Ichita Ward, which is slightly connected to one end of the headquarters of this town.


Therefore, there may be some who think that Ichihoda is the righteousness of the most developed area.


However, in order for the old villages to become new towns and villages together, due to special economic circumstances, it may be possible to connect the residents well even if they do not touch the area as shown on the right.


Nitta has a lot of personal capital.


Therefore, it would be unreasonable to understand these unusual names in circumstances that might have happened to them.


The other Ichida is located in Izumo, Noi-gun, Iinashi, Ueda, Nishida, Nishitani.


This is a small letter so it would be easy to contrast it with the terrain.


In addition to this, there are many places named Ichikubota and Ikubota in this country and in Bichu and Mimasaka.


Wasn't this and the place names of Ichikuda and Nikka originally the same word?


For example,


Izumo|Yatsuka-gun|Asaka-mura Large-scale|Omisaki Ichikubota

同 簸川郡|檜山村大字岡田字上分小字一久保田

Hikawa-gun | Hiyama-mura Oka-Kami-Kamibun Ichikubota


Binchu Kawakami-gun Yunomura Oita Nishiyama Osamu 6 days Ichikubota

同 阿哲郡矢神村大字矢田字道免小字一窪田

The same, Yagami Village, Atetsu-gun, Oita, Yata, Izokuta


Mimasaka Maniwa-gun Katsuyama-cho Large Yamakyu character Doi no Mae small letter Ikukuta


Mimasaka Maniwa-gun Futagawa-mura Large-scale black pile character Shimoeda small character Hitokubota


There are also Nikubota and Mikubota.


There is also Iku Ward.


If these place names are the same, I don't think it's too difficult to explain Ichihoda.


However, the field is usually set up in the plain of Hirano.


Many paddy fields require co-operation, and at least dozens of labors are used together, so isolated rice fields are considered to be a little strange.


Therefore, it is necessary to wait for a further explanation that the place names have been used frequently.


It may be that such strange phenomena were the cause of the birth of this place name.


Inada's Shinkai reclaimed lakes or flattened the gentle slope below the mountain, and it was originally the power of water to manage a large area at a time. This is because it is not a common practice for those who try to make a rice field of the family.


This was the most inconvenient place for those who tried to avoid the turbulence and enter the mountains or to overcome the harshness of the ground.


Even if you eat millet, hazel, and other fruits in the cold of winter and grow millet and potatoes to connect your life, even if God and people somehow have to eat white rice at the festival No.


If you try to change this to a village, that is, a trace of a passage will be created in the mountains and you will not be able to maintain the calmness of Togen Gokasho for a long time.


It was mainly because of this weakness of human beings that the lord's discoveries were soon to be made and the sad sanctions had to be accepted.


In the case of a field, the hillsides of the three- and five-ridges were cut off, and it was possible to cultivate inside.


It is still common to sow some vegetables near a coal hut in Miyama.


However, it stands out because people try to plant rice by laying stones on the banks to drain water.


If there was enough water to open the rice fields in the 1st ward due to the valley facing south, it would be a great Daqing for the mountain people, and that is what they and other people use to do that. It would have come to be considered an important event worth naming the ground.


Despite all the above, Ikukuta may be understood as an isolated small-area rice field in a region where it is difficult to open.


Kubo means "puddle" in Chinese as well, and Kubo is also described in "Kigami" as a pit.


That is, it means a suitable area for a small paddy field.