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Many of the holidays of large shrines have been revised by priests in recent years, but if you look carefully, at first, almost all of them were private annual events.


On that day, even at home, we celebrate and take a rest, and always preparing fixed foods does not change even after the festival day changes.


In other words, the festival can be said to be an important festival day.


Since the number of festivals was limited to five, it became a conflict with the festival, but even so, the number of shrines with the 9th of September as a national holiday is the largest.


Even though there are many companies that do not have various unusual events, there is nothing that cannot be the center of the festival's enjoyment to prepare and offer new rice cakes and rice cakes on this day.


If the original meaning of the word matsuri is the same as matsulau, as I think, in terms of samurai sitting or work, it is rather a samurai or a small shrine in the villages. At the festival, it was still solemnly protected.


It seems that many people haven't noticed yet, but the condition of the food for the festival was not only the careful selection of raw materials and careful manufacturing method, but also the special point of the distribution style.


Even now, that feeling is still transmitted to children, but the fun of taking food out of the house and gathering and eating in a large area was originally an event on a sunny day, so I was impressed. It was deep.


Even so, in March, the custom of playing around all day is still continuing, carrying abundant food to the beach and oka, all over the Kansai region and even in the Kanto region.


You can see that it was also a festival by seeing the names such as Isosai and Sesai in various places.


This outdoor meal is also served nationwide under the name of Bon Festival Tsuji Rice.


Adults have already withdrawn, but nevertheless they don't see it as just a child's play, they take care of it from the outside and also acknowledge the psychological effects of this food.


Although the New Year is a cold and difficult season to go out, it is customary for people in snowy countries to build snow cabins and gather in them to eat.


Of course, there is land to build a bon hut in the Bon festival, but the New Year's hut is more popular than that, and the site huts in the villages on both banks of the Tama River also have 3 tsubo that I saw the previous year. The child celebrated God in it, ate, and witnessed here overnight.


That is, it is the same as an adult okomori.


Originally, many shrines do not have a permanent shrine, and there are many cases in which a temporary store is set up at each festival and the shrine is abhorred in this way.


The word Yashiro remains because only the place where the hut is hung was preserved as a sacred place.


It may have become childish, but the spirit of the ancient festival was rather protected by the annual events.


I divided it in a place where it wasn't flying and ignored the other one, so now the roots are more unknown, so I think that the festival needs to be reviewed again from this aspect. This is the reason for doing so.


It is a matter of course that our annual event holds the trace of the progress of the country's peculiar beliefs.


There is probably no other race that wasn't.


If we were to abandon it, it would be an argument, but we didn't notice the facts of the private sector so clearly, and just with the kind of event of the people today. If you think that you can unify the above, it would be less harmful if there is no such thing as a holiday.


To be honest, I had the same pity on the holidays since the Meiji era.


Even if they were enacted and handed over with the power of the public, they were working with an unfamiliar face because it still did not match the feelings of the majority of the people.


The most troublesome thing is that the calendar is wrong, the feeling of the season that was most important for the festival disappears, the old promise that saw the shape of the moon is ignored, or the middle calendar is sent in January, or still secretly. Many people used the lunar calendar to continue the old work, and seventy years have passed during the mess.


If we are going to create a new custom this time, at least taking into account the natural conditions that constrained our production, at least the moon and Bon festival, the Kashiwa mochi for May festival, and the way Kashiwanoha grows. As for the relationship, I want to avoid eating it.