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Various aquatic plants grow on the shore, and they decay and make mud again.


Therefore, it becomes very shallow from the surroundings.


The shores of the lakes of Jusangata and Hachirogata gradually become rice fields, that is, if this kind of drainage does not drop the water only by narrowing the place where the water collects, it is necessary to avoid occasional flooding. Nonetheless, it has always been extremely moist.


In Ou, such a land is attacked in the Ainu language and is called Yachi.


In Hokuriku, most of them are called Fugo.


In other words, it is the dandruff of dandruff in Eastern countries.


It is called Uda in the San'in countries.


It seems to be the same word as waste in Kyushu.


The custom of collecting peat called root digging, the life of duck hunting by the name of hill bird or hill net, and the freshwater fisheries on the coast, thus occurred in the land around the lagoon.


Paddy fields can be made wider if you do not overdo it, as in the Echigo Kambara region.


Given the general trend, the lagoon is not a comfortable place for us in the new era.


We are not loyal, so we don't have to seek such a land of special interest.


The fact that it is much more convenient to use than the whole sea is highly prized for a modern, populous society, and the beauty of the scenic light due to the change in water vapor should be enjoyed in this area. ..


Now, considering the reason why there are few lagoons of this kind on the eastern coast, there are few inlets or lagoons that should form the basis of the lagoon.


Even in sea bends such as Kojima Bay in Bizen and Tosa no Ura, there is a slope that fades from the bottom, but sand until the mouth is closed does not come.


Also, in areas with well-developed beaks such as the Suruga or Kazusa coasts, water is drained before forming a lagoon.


As for the coast of Kazusa, outside the hilly area from Naruto to Otaki, some parallel low sand dunes and swamps make waves, which describes the process on the right. So once the sand rushes in and the river mouth bends, the next big water breaks through it and goes straight through, draining the old river channel and draining some of it, and then it goes out and begins to bend again. is there.


In that region, a fish shop is a place where you go out from the inland to the beach for fishing, but there are some fish shops that have moved away from the sea and are just a rural village.


This means that the land on the Pacific coast is gradually increasing, which is exactly the opposite of the Japanese coast.


The fact that the water level in the North Sea is rising and the land is sinking can be confirmed by various facts.


If the situation is different even with the same force on the beach, the results can make a big difference.


Under conditions such as Niigata, Yokosuka will never happen even though you can see it in Kazusa forever.


The terrain called Sudo or Suga is a characteristic of the east coast.

四四 カクマその他

44 Kakuma and others


In Echizen-Ono-gun/Ishitsuro, etc., a steep slope between two flat lands, top and bottom, is called Haba, and a gently sloping land above the steep slope is called Tana.


The place where the body suddenly becomes wider is called Ogi.


I think this is because the terrain is fan-shaped.


However, none of these words are unique to this mountain village.


A little further down this village along the Ishitoro Shirakawa, two villages, Shimoana Mamura Oita|Kakuno Maesaka and Asahi Maesaka, stand opposite each other across the river.


Kakunomaezaka faces west to the east of the river, and Asahi Maezaka faces east to the west of the river.


Then, at the downstream of Niriyo, just near the intersection with the Kuzuryu River, Kakuno, the village, and Asahi, the same village, face each other across the Kuzuryu.


Kakuno is a village that seems to have arisen due to the copper mine, and is a shady place like a model.


It is said that it has nothing to do with the previous Kakuno Maezaka.


There is no doubt from the terrain alone that the name Asahi was made possible by the characteristics that it often receives.


Kakuno's kaku, on the other hand, may be the meaning of a hidden place that is related to the word "hidden".


Place names such as Kakuma or Kakuma, which are often found in the Kanto and Tohoku regions, may be the same reason.


There are quite a few bears that are hard to explain because they are on the river.


At the north or west of the mountains, where there is little shadow, the eastern country is usually called Atera.