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Not only did they say that the ends of the two villages were not good when they were connected to each other.


It is said that Furu did not plant plum trees in the garden, did not draw plums on the folding screen, and did not dye the patterns on clothes.


(Aso history.


Aso-gun, Tochigi Prefecture | Kuro Hakama, Inubushi Town)


Even in the Shisui Owada area of Shimosa, there was no single place enshrining Tenmangu in a very wide area.


I said that the reason for this was that the shrine guardian shrine was Tokihira Fujiwara, an enemy of Tenjin, but it has not yet been explained why Minister Tokihira was enshrined.


(Mr. Tsumura | Tankai.


Chiba Prefecture | Shisui Town, Inba District)


It was said that the village of Kurooka in Tamba was originally a territory of Prince Tokihira, and there was a Tokihira mansion, and its descendants once lived there.


It seems that it was not a true story, but even in this village Tenjin can not be enshrined, and if anyone happens to come with an image, a whirlwind will surely occur and wind up the image and go anywhere. I was told.


(Professional essay on the broad interests.


Hyogo Prefecture | Taki-gun Jokita Village)


 Since some time ago, it was not possible to worship Tenjin-sama, which is unknown.


Therefore, if there is a company in the village, I think that it was imagined to be a company of people who were not close to Michizane Sugawara, such as Tokihei Fujiwara.


There was a village in the vicinity of Tottori City that did not worship Tenjin, but there was an old mound, which was said to be Tokihira's grave.


There can never be a grave in such a place, so someone came up with it later.


(Notes on Tohokuken.


(Iwami-gun, Tottori Prefecture)


However, there were other companies that did not have a good relationship with Tenjin.


For example, in Kyoto, Fushimi's Inari had a bad relationship with Kitano's Tenjin, and he said that he should not visit the Inari shrine on the same day he visited Kitano.


What was explained as the reason was an old tale that sounds strange to you now.


In the old days, the gods around Kyoto, called the thirty gods, used to protect every day on a monthly basis.


On the day when Sugawara Michizane's spirit became thunder and came near the Imperial Palace, Inari Daimyojin was on duty, and he appeared on a cloud to prevent it, and did not exert its full power.


Therefore, even after being enshrined by God, Tenjin in Kitano is still angry with Inarisha, but of course this must have been started by a later person.


(Kayashi collection of leaves.


(Inscriptions etc.)


There was also a story that Tenjin-sama and Odaishi-sama were not in close contact with each other.


If it rains on Daishi's fair, it will be fine on the day of Tenjin's worship.


If the twenty-first day is sunny, the twenty-fifth day is always rainy and there is a win or loss on either side.


In Tokyo, Kinpira of Toranomon and Suitengu of Kushikabe are competitors, and it is said that if one fair day is weather, the other one usually rains, but even if that is not the case, What seems to be that kind of thing is probably the result of the thought that two companies next to each other couldn't prosper on their own without having to deal with each other.


Therefore, people in the old days called Ushigami, especially the god of their own land.


Even if people began to visit farther away, the devoted gods and Buddhas were determined by the land, and it seems that they could not go anywhere to worship.


It was the competition of the worshipers that was prosperous on the one hand and diminished on the other hand, even if they were the same God.


In Kyoto, there is another Bishamon-do in Nonaka Village on the way to Kurama's Bisha-mon, which was originally called the welcoming Bishamon.


It is said that the pilgrims who pray for Kurama will not be worshiped in this temple, but they will avoid it by passing along the side road to the east. I say.


Seeing that the gods of the same fortune had different places of worship and couldn't visit both of them, it wasn't God who wasn't on good terms with each other, like the back-and-forth competition between mountains and mountains. It was because of the dislike of those who love.