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It is also true that, because they were all on the same island in Japan, only the same type of plants grew, even though their shapes were slightly different.


I will collect only two or three of the specimens and show them to you.


The power of a plant to feed and grow it is hidden in the soil, water, and sunlight of this country.


History is just like farming, making use of this.


If the cultivated land of history is organized, it is natural that the legendary wild mountain becomes narrow.


Moreover, the number of Japanese houses is 1,500,000, and the old houses are 3,000 years old, and only a little of one end is still open to history.


Therefore, in the spring you must go to the fields and go into the bushes to see the scattered legends, with the intent to question the names of the tree buds and grass flowers.


However, it would be nice for small people to read only interesting stories and leave them alone.


This is one of the legendary trees, just like the branch where the old-fashioned little bird comes to rest.


I wrote down the name of the land in detail to make the local legend as famous as possible.


Then I put it up with a little explanation so that you can read it again later.


Spring of 1948


Aunty cough


There used to be many rare legends in Tokyo in the past.


In it, let's talk to you that it might have something to do with you.


There is a stone statue of a grandmother who is only two shaku in the temple named Shokenji in the main garden in Hariwacho. I said


While I was wearing a big stone hat, I crouched down and held my chin with both hands, and looked at me with a scary face like an onimi look, but I always wore a pink breastplate to thank me for the cure. It seems that people have advanced to.


The children used to call this a coughing aunt.


Approximately 100 years ago, people in Edo still had this stone aunt.


There is also a famous coughing grandmother in the Nakamashiki, a feudal lord named Inaba Tsushimamori in Tsukiji 2-chome, and the parents of a child who suffers from whooping cough gently ask the gatekeeper to put the stone into this mansion. I went to worship.


Originally, it was said that the stone was a natural stone that was similar to the shape of an old woman, but it turned out to be a properly carved stone statue, and there were two statues of the old man. ..


The grandmother was somewhat meek and small, and the grandfather had a big and terrifying face, but the funny thing is that they are not close to each other, and if you put them in one place, the grandfather is surely Even though they had been knocked down, they were separated and separated.


Anyone who went to the coughing prayer would always bring roasted beans and hail cakes and served this with sencha for both stone statues.


The best way to ask is to ask the grandmother to cure her cough first, and then go to the grandfather's place.


Grandfather, I've been asking for a coughing illness over there, but I'm afraid I can't help my aunt.


I would like to thank you for a few minutes and go home.


There was a reputation that it would recover completely quickly.


(Fifth edition of the Journey to the Hermitage)


 In the Meiji era, it was unclear where to go for this old grandmother's stone statue, but I later found out that I was moving to Kofukuji Temple in Ushijima, east of the Sumida River.


This temple is the Inaba family's bodhi, and I took it to Tsukiji because the mansion in Tsukiji was gone, but at that time I wasn't fighting anymore and the two were lined up side by side.


Not only that, but people also forgot the name of a coughing grandmother, and many people came to ask for who would put it out and cure the illness from the lower back.


Then, in order to thank them, they would like to bring their footwear with them, and it seems that various sandals were put in front of the statue.


(Folk language)


It is a very interesting mistake to say that it was a very interesting mistake to ask a grandmother who advanced food to cure a mouth disease and later asked for an illness of the foot and presented footwear as a thank-you. There are many people who come to pray for the cough disease of children to be healed in the shrine of Dosojin, which is next to the company called Koraya Hachiman, and the offerings were all horse chests. Trivia).