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



Anyway, this name was unusual and new, and it was hard to understand what was transmitted with the old Japanese accent.


There are also various non-flying speculations that are likely to occur.


Or maybe I'm just one of them, but in the example of Ochi Oshima in Iyo, which Ichiro Kurata visited, the god of Tabata is called Sanbosan, and this word is also used for rice planting in Suo Tsuno-gun. It's also in the song.


I wonder if there is such a name left in Sanshu.


It doesn't take me a few minutes with just two, but this person has a little idea in eastern Japan.


I will not explain in detail because it has already appeared in rural vocabulary.


In the Pacific region of Chiba prefecture, three-row souri or three-storied rice fields are the beginning of rice planting, and it is said that this is because three rows of seedlings are actually planted in three rows each.


At the Ta-no-Kami Festival, there were many customs of washing and purifying three seedlings and raising offerings around them.


Of course, as an exception, I hear that the festival is divided into two and seven, but it seems that the principle is that there are only three, and even nowadays it is often understood that it is sloppy. ..


I can't explain the order in which they happened, but I don't think the names of these three seedlings and Sanbaisan and the speculation that they are likely to have a connection are empty.


What we didn't think so deeply until now was that these three pure seedlings were better than the gods of the rice fields, that is, the Kamukura on the day of the festival, the coins, and the mirrors of posterity. After the festival of the god of rice fields, even the farmers in question are gradually thinking that they should just wash and bring the three seedlings and offer them together with the offering. But with a little care, you can get proof that it isn't.


As you can see in Futami of Sado and the rice planting of Kitaushima reported in "Takashiji", and the formal planting method of Kurumada often explained in "Hidabito", especially three seedlings are used for the legs of the ding. The wind of rubbing and planting around there for the first time was not just a quirk along the coast of Tojoso.


Recently, I learned that there is this triple stand in Noto's hatchet village.


Sanuki will be much more open than these lands, but there may still be some old-fashioned farmers in some corners who continue to do this without any thought.


Even if I attach it to it, I think that I have to change the way I visited until now, asking only wise people.


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The festival ground of Ta-no-Kami used to be in the middle of the seedlings, but later | I see it as a festival.


The "Story of Bamboo Seedlings" written in the magazine "Village" was an inadequate attempt to explain it.


Tabito, who is called Sage, will participate in the Daejeon planting between the two prefectures of Shimane and Hiroshima with a high cane.


The sage is probably the name of the cane, and it is probably a heron because it is a sa tree, but now that it is set up in the rice field on the day of the sunbae, the relationship with the seedling bamboo is unknown. became.


Even in the case of planting three seedlings such as Futami in Sado, one branch of oak is rubbed in the middle of the three seedlings, and when planting here, the god of rice fields | However, this is already in Ueda, and it is not possible to know how the seedlings were handled in the seedlings.


However, the Tanan sticks such as Shinshu, or the Yang tree, which is also called the perch of the Ta-no-Kami god, has already been erected from the day of the shaving of the seedlings. I'm going to take it.


The seedling scales in the Kanto region, the seedling bamboo in the Ishijo region, and the seedlings of the houses in the Tohoku region are all erected in the middle of the seedlings before sowing the paddy, and exist to sow seeds for that purpose. I don't know if there are people who think that the seedlings near the root of the seedlings are especially important, but I haven't listened to them yet.