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



The unevenness of the terrain is awesome.


Even in the original family of Yosagi, the door is often clogged and broken, which is quite troublesome.


Therefore, it goes without saying that the times of lagoon development are not uniform.


However, the material that reveals its history from the side is not completely unknown.


Despite the fact that there are no private residences at Kumihama's Hashidate, there are many relics from the Stone Age, and Yayoi-style pottery and other earthenware.


In addition, Ikujiro Oda, who is in the area, had a lot of it because he had dug up old coins.


Hoki's Yomigahama and others have undergone several geological changes since the beginning of the 16th year of the Kanei era, and many of today's beaches, No. 18 Village, are often new tombs for 300 years. In many cases, he excavated pottery and ancient swords and hit the tombs again.


It is a sandy beach that has collapsed and heaped up again, but I think that the passage to the ancient fountain still passed through this central part.


The terrain like this seems to have been chosen as a convenient residential area for the ancient isolated villages.


When asked why, because it was a place where a small boat would not interfere with peaceful transportation and it was a place where it was difficult for the enemy to approach, and because it was the most convenient way to collect marine products, and because there was a boat transfer. It can also serve as a light-boiled fishery.


It may be admitted that the Ama races who have not put much emphasis on cultivation are the best places to successively ablate inland.


Also, compared to the case of having to make a detour by facing a pool or a cliff that is unexpected from a traffic point of view, the beach is easier to see and many are short cuts.


Therefore, if once Takahama does not break down like Komatsu, it will not only be used by the local residents, but also a large public road will be set up here, allowing Demura and new homes to be built.


A station will be established.


Then, artificial things that will not collapse will be added.


The cloths in Etchu were already in the lagoon from the time of the Ieyomone Otomo, and the shore was a highway.


Nagoura in the east is Hoseitsu in posterity.


Since it was called Ura, it would have been connected to the sea.


It was one of the lagoons that was completely renovated by the recent river construction, but before that, it was a complete lagoon between the lagoon and the seaside of the North Sea. I hit inside and couldn't get to the station.


Some people have said that this is the reason that Shitsukoshi Yurukoshi's Mizuumi is mentioned in his song.


After the eruption of Mt. Chokai 100 years ago, the Higogata area in Ugo has turned into a paddy field and has no beautiful scenery for the year, but Shioetsu remains the name of the town.


This place name was also transmitted for a long time because it was a passage between the lagoon and the sea.


Noto is the most hobby country for those who study the lagoon.


On the eastern side of the peninsula, there are many large and small coves called Lu in the dialect, and on the other hand, the west coast is a continuous stretch of sandy beach. It shows that the appearance was similar in the old days.


Senjigata and Fukuno, where the Hakui River connects to the sea, and Fukunogata, which is the origin of the dried gourd, are all examples of Tsunoguchi's mouth being gradually collapsed due to sand arriving in the southwest.


It seems that this wasn't so old either, and there is a line of Nakadori along the mountain.


I sang "Noto is gentle and even soil" in the era when I visited Misaki on the mountain road of Nakadori before the sand beak on the west coast was not completed yet (Nato Atsushi).


Only this point is similar to the transition of the public roads in the eastern part of Suruga.


The old road that went up from Tsu of the Fuji River upstream and crossed, crossed Torikoshi, and went from Suyama to Ashigara Road because the sandy beach of the present coast where the railway still runs was too much of Ukishima. Since I had ventured into the mountain, considering the route of Izu no Kokufu, Hakone-ro was the easiest route from the early days if I could pass the coast.


 Although there are many other talks, I'll attach the ending of this one.


When the sand beak grows at the mouth of the sea, the changes in the scenery inside it are not limited to the mere appearance of water.


The river that enters the lagoon not only carries in fresh water, but also brings in a lot of soil and sand.


When the water in the cove is isolated from the open sea and becomes quieter, the effect extends far beyond the mouth of the river, causing coarse river sand to precipitate early in the upstream area, leaving only fine mud.