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I'm not sure if I'll be in time because my work was too late, but if I can't do it by myself, I'd like to push it a little further forward, even if I can't do it alone. I think that there are some suitable and unsuitable places, so I will use Sanuki's comrade Kashima Standing Day to explain one thing about Sanbaisan.


As I get older, the story gets confusing.


As soon as I can do what I want to say in one sentence, I'm a little worried.


Tanaka-kun's postcard was very short, and I told him to look it up, but I haven't received a reply yet.


On the way back from the swan, in the rice field near Sanbonmatsu station, the soil from the traces of rice harvesting was raised a little, and a plant of rice was left uncut, and green bamboo was erected in front of it and served with flowers. It was just such a fact that it was there, but it surprised me in two ways.


One of them is that the wind of building an altar at a festival in the rice fields, even if it was a small clay bun, was still transmitted to this region.


The fact that the embankment is small and extraordinary makes us think of contact with the Mizuguchi Festival in the rural areas of Togoku and the rice paddy event on the 11th day of the New Year. I'm going to write it for "folk tradition", so I'll omit it here.


The second surprise is the relationship with Sambaisan, and I think that the Sambaisan has already been raised at the end of the rice planting season, that is, on the day of Sanobori all over the country, and that the festival of the god of rice fields is over. There is a shape.


However, it was completely new knowledge for me and others that there was such a festival during the harvest season.


Is this normal in other villages in the prefecture?


If so, what kind of relationship does the god of rice, which is celebrated on this day, have with Sanbaisan of the moon of Sa, and what is the name of it?


I don't know what the locals know, but it's something we haven't noticed before.


From now on, I would like to make it a shared knowledge within Japan.


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Classification Rural | There is a general vocabulary, but there may be many people who do not know that in rural areas.


I wonder if there are only four prefectures in Shikoku and four prefectures in western China, and there are a few other prefectures, but I'm still a sure example. I haven't met.


Then, the more these eight prefectures go to every corner, rather than to every corner, the more polite and fun they hold, and they hold two sambai festivals before and after rice planting, so it seems that this is the only rice field event. It gives an impression to people.


Comparing a wide range of domestic examples, it is easy to give evidence that this was not the case before.


In other words, the transition of the Middle Ages was great for this religious event.


One of the first questions was when and why a name like Sanbaisan spread only in this area, but this is difficult for us to answer with our current knowledge.


Since Michio Ushio of Iwami and others have been paying attention to this from an early stage, it is difficult to make a definite decision unless they have discussed with him, but it is possible that a new name that seems to have never existed in the retail price will be born. It is the power of folk songs, that is, rice field songs, and even if it is now declining, it can be imagined that the flowering ritual of Hanada planting is a remnant of the extreme attraction.


In an article on the climate book of the two nations of defense, which I read a long time ago, the festival of Sanbai is actively held on one side, and the pursuit of rice insects in the villages on the other side is called Sabae sending. This was also an event that excited large-scale people.


Therefore, I couldn't help wondering if there was a relationship between the two names, but this person actually has the word "sabae" as a pest, and there is also an old phrase such as the evil god of May. Therefore, it seems that there is no direct connection with the god of the rice field, and if it is strongly related, it would be as if there was an unconscious external infection.