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



It seems that many people think that one of the stones remaining in the original land is also a diabolical stone.


Then, as with the sacred stones in other regions, there was a theory that the weight has doubled in the last hundred years.


(Kazusa Machimura magazine.


(Seki, Seki, Kimitsu-gun, Chiba)


An Edo scholar named Yukichi Houin said that a coughing aunt was actually a Seki's mother-in-law, and that coughing caused people to start praying because of cough illness. As I mentioned a lot (Koshi Yōtō 63), this person didn't know that Sekimura in Kazusa had an aunt stone.


Not only the Seki no Utagami but also Sakai between Kazusa and Awa.


The most famous thing is that it seems to be Ubakami because it was called Hyakutosedo at Osaka Seki, which crosses from Kyoto to Omi.


Later, there was a story about Sekiji Komachi, where Ono Komachi had been here since he got old.The wooden statue now looks like an old woman holding a strip and a brush, but before that This is also a stone statue with a more frightening face, and it may be that it was just a natural stone before that.


In other words, the cough is the same as that of the ancestral god, which means to block the cough.


Many Dosojin in the Kanto region had many statues of men and women engraved on stones, and there were actually many stones lined up with pebbles on the side of the diaper. The two stones became less and less close to each other as they began to cherish only their grandmother.


This may have been due in part to the fact that as the Enma-sama's faith flourished, they began to worship the temple statues of the grandmother of Sanzugawa at people's temples.


At the temple, this old woman with a scary face is called a robbery woman.


It is famous for stripping off the clothes of bad people who go from this world along the shore of the river called Santsugawa in the middle of hell.


This story is written in detail in the Buddhist Jizo Bodhisattva ancestral causal ancestor, the Ten Sutra, which was created in Japan.


The old man's name was "Kanui-Ou".


It seems that both men and women look like a couple, as "the auntie folds the fingers of both hands to guard against theft and the oni hangs on his head and feet in the wrong way". The statues were usually made up of old women.


There's a lot to it, but it's boring to everyone.


/> Anyway, since I started worshiping this robbery, many Ubagami became single and their faces gradually became dreadful.


Since I started roasting beans in Seki's aunt in Edo, there were dozens of wooden statues in the temples in the city, and even now there are people who still admire the Bon festival. There is.


From then on, it seems that there were more and more stories of seeing an old woman with a scary face coming in at times of active illness.


There was also a lot of alums that said that the amazake old lady, who came in saying that there was no amazake, was a plague god.


Parents with cute children rushed to a grandmother somewhere in such a case.


The reason why Seki's aunt got such a reputation in Edo was probably because it was the beginning of a bad cold cold year.


Despite that, it seems that he still had no idea how to go to the statue of such a grandmother in stone to talk about his child's illness, even though he still has an old name like Aunt Cough.


After all, the word "Mitsukawa" of the old lady of Mitsukawa also meant "Seki".


Sanzugawa is also described as a funeral river in the fake sutras, but such a place name did not exist for Buddhist people before, so Suzuka was just a world in Japanese. Later, someone applied such a difficult letter.


Such places are usually found at the entrance to Mt. Fuji and other sacred mountains or on the roads leading to large companies.


It is most commonly written as Shojingawa, and in fact there is a stream of water, and it seems that the prayer people have cleansed themselves with that water. I'm not sure if there is.