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The former is a steep road near the summit, and the latter is a steep road near the base.


I must keep crossing the valley water many times because I keep the road low and do not let the river run away.


The other one does not have this annoyance, but if he looks down instead, he has to go on a path or a ridge that should be described as a thousand words.


Depending on the pass, there is also a combination of A and B, or B and B.


In particular, as for the new roads, as mentioned before, there are many kinds of Otsukin, but if it is an old pass, one is Kotsukin and the other is Otsukin.


This is the front and back of the pass.


The front entrance is an open road for climbing, and the back door is an open road for descending.


For the first time, a person who attempts to cross the mountain will go as far as possible because he loses his way to the river and loses his way until he reaches a suitable height for his eyes to expand, but if it is going down from now on, It is better to set a target on the flat land at the foot of the mountain and then go down while watching it.


First of all, it is because I don't want to lose my legs, and there are so many creases on the bottom of the mountain that the corners that should be turned once must be turned a few times below the hillside.


Therefore, there is also a method in which, while reaching the lowest point of the diversion line, the descending path is not obtained until the ridge is further elevated.


In other words, in the saddle area, the bone is searched for a dry path by breaking the bone from a place that is not fully visible.


If you solve it as shown on the right, it is on the other side of the same pass. Here too, it is clear that the side of Actif who is opening the traffic and the side of Passif who use it are the first to understand at least the initial economic situation. You can know.


It would be wasteful if the current road is not an old road even if an example is given, but the unexpected road that crosses from Sanogawa village in Sagami to Motohachioji village in Musashi is unexpectedly bordered by Musashi and Sagami, the border of Etchu |The Oze Pass, which lies in the upper reaches of the Shogawa River, has the plain area behind it and the mountain village of Gokayama on the front.


From the west of the Honjo in Ugo-Yuri-gun to the Asamu-Yokote on the Omonogawa Plain, the coastal area is the front entrance, and the mountain road in Fuyuno, which extends from the Higo Yamaga no Okudake Village to Chikugo Yabe, is complicated. I remember that was the front.


There will be as many as 10,000 small and large mountain passes in Japan.


Is there an aspirant who takes statistics and makes a table?

六 峠の趣味

Roku Pass Hobby


 One of my fantasies is to organize what is called a Togekai, set up a mountain club, put a badge or something on the summer vacation, cross a rare pass, and let the report be presented in a nice text.


He said that there was snow on the left side of the six-sixths of the mountain pass, which was about the same as the roof of the train.


It will be a meeting without enthusiasm and with few applicants.


A trip without a joke and without passing over a pass is just a steamed bun.


Although climbing is painful, it's fun just to imagine how the road ahead of the corner can be attached.


The Toge no Chaya is a place where civilizations from both plains are half harmonious and half harmonious.


It is especially interesting how you change your mood.


If it goes down further, nothing will happen and it will be a pleasant dream to grow.


The top is windy and tends to be bamboo grass, and there are traces of the birdhouse.


If you go down a little, you will find a lot of dead trees, forests planted from it, mulberry fields and barley, Tsujido and a few houses, chickens and children, wooden bridges, small rice fields, water wheels, merchant carts, temple bushes, elementary schools. A village, arable land and town.


This is the first thing to do.


So if one side of the pass is steep, you have to work hard to climb up from the steep one, up from the front and back if there is one, and slowly descend along the water.


The treasure of Tsukuba Shrine has a picture scroll of a Chinese man.


If you open it, you will hear the voices of Shimizu Iwamoto and Okuyama Bakuun monkey at the beginning of the mountain.


This water gradually gathered to form a pool, and when I passed between the pine and the rock, Mr. Bakuo wrestled and the hermit sat down.


Next, there is the diameter of Mr. Bakuo who came to the valley, there is a house, there are cows, and there are people who float fishing boats. There are bridges, cars cross, and sails to the bottom of the bridge. When the boats run up, the banks are lowered and the paddy fields are wide, you can see the paddy fields under the walls and enter the metropolitan area.


The dog is waving its tail.


There is a willow, a blue tower is lined up, and beyond that is the port at the mouth of the river, where the warships and merchant ships returning from the pelagic sea are wholesale the anchor.


It is an interest that people in countries without picture scrolls cannot understand.


However, if it is a picture, it is a change on silk of 20 shaku and 25 shaku at most, but nature is richer.


Even on the same pass, we can't exhaust ourselves with various picture scrolls every day as the times, people's lives, and seasonal rain change.

底本:「山の旅 明治・大正篇」岩波文庫、岩波書店

Sokomoto: "Mountain Trip Meiji/Taisho Hen" Iwanami Bunko, Iwanami Shoten


First issue on September 17, 2003


Issued the 3rd edition on February 14, 2004


Bottom book: "Sun"


March 1910 (Meiji 43)


First appearance: "Sun"


March 1910 (Meiji 43)


*The place name "letter" and "large letter" are written on the right side of the bottom line.


Input: Takashi Kawayama


Calibration: Yuji Sakai


Created August 7, 2014


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