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Dosojin was the god of the road and the god of travel, and on top of that, he was a very dear child.


In the old days, the children of Muranaka were all children of this god.


There was also an old story that it was this god who came to ride on horseback to visit the birthplace of the people and determine the fortune of the child born.


In other words, it is a god who used to be a horse horse to love his children.


Wherever there are gods who go through the streets to raise horse chests and grass shoes, nowadays the names have changed and the story is slightly different depending on the land.


The coughing aunt may be a relative of this Dosojin.


I would like to think about it together with you in the future.


The coughing aunt stone was originally found not only in Tokyo but also in other prefectures.


For example, there is a stone pagoda of Shiyabu Giba in a temple called Kanji Temple in Kawagoe, and it seems that there were a lot of people who came to visit because I had a cough, but now, which stone is that? I don't understand anymore.


Wrinkle is an old word for coughing.


(Iruma-gun magazine.


(Kita Town, Kawagoe City, Saitama Prefecture)


Koshu | A wrinkled aunt in a village called Hatta is a triangular stone with only a second stake. It was served with roasted sesame seeds and tea, and prayed when the child caught the wind.


Originally, it was a stone of a grave that buried an old woman on a trip, and I was afraid that it would be worried if I moved it too much.


(Japanese customs vol.


Yamanashi Prefecture | Nakakoma District | Momotamura Kamehita Group)


Ubagami, a village in Kazusa called Tawara, has recently become a small shrine called Lullaby Shrine, but it is said that the precious nanny here also came from Kyoto and buried her death due to a cough. I am going.


Therefore, if you apply for a cough illness, he will cure it, and the local people brought amazake and offered it.


It is a story that when I asked him, he definitely improved.


(Kazusou Kokubun.


Kimitsu-gun, Chiba Prefecture|Obuki Village Tawara character Ubagamidai)


Ubagami, also called Koyasu, was the god of the roadside that children liked from the beginning.


It gradually changed, and later I began to think that my nanny was enshrined in God, and I suffered from a cough while I was alive. Many people now believe that they can be saved.


Even in the town of Usui in Shimosa, there is a small stone dust called Otatsu-sama in the rice field, which is a little far southeast of the castle, where villagers raise wheat and tea and cough. I was praying for illness.


According to the legend of Usui Town, Otatsu was a nanny of a young lord called Usui Takewakamaru.


When a person named Tate Shizu attacked Usui's castle, Otatsu was irritating and helped Waka to escape, and he was hiding in the swamp's area around here.


Unexpectedly, the troops' army tried to pass by the swamp, but unfortunately a cough came out and he was found, and the nanny's diaper was killed.


It seems that the people of the land also thought that when they saw a child who coughed after death because it was a seed of resentment, he could not be cured.


Wheat kogashi is a flour made from roasted barley, and as you all know, it often causes a cough when eaten.


It seemed that he was going to eat it again and remember the pain of coughing again, and recently it was a story that some people even offer grilled peppercorns.


I think that the reason for adding tea is that if you drank it when you drank it, your cough will go away.


(Tonegawa magazine etc.


Chiba Prefecture | Usui Town, Usui Town, Inba District)


However, even if you have a coughing aunt in Tokyo etc., even if you do not have such a history, it is said that he cured the child's whooping cough when asked, so this legend may have been made later.


The cough grandmother of the Inaba family's mansion in Tsukiji is said to have brought to Edo what used to be a festival called Kazamatsuri, which is the path from Odawara to Hakone.


A priest named Fuze created the hermitage and left it there when he left there, so he said that it was probably the image of his parents outside of the wind (Ainaka|Shushi), but the image of his parents There is no one who leaves without leaving, so I wonder if this was also the two stones of the Road God.