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Moreover, among the many spirit boats in other regions, it is not uncommon for people to focus on food and not to use fire at all during the daytime.


All that is common to all is that the villages along the sea are sent to the sea, and the villages without the sea are sent to the river.


It was believed that the Spirit of Summer would come up from the sea, be sent in early autumn, and return to the sea again.


He was also deliberately thinking of making humans who always try to work sleepy.


Inukai Tanabata Tan



The old tradition of not entering Hatake on the morning of July 7th may not be so unusual for a rural village.


On the 10th of October, there are many examples of agricultural restraints such as not being able to enter the radish field, but if you commit it, insects will grow, weeds will grow, and the wind will blow, or you will get sick. Sanctions such as that are very similar.


It seems that you can imagine that all of them were important modesty of the festival.


The problem here is only in the case of Tanabata, which is because the conditions are met and special explanations are made, and similar stories may remain, but the example of Shinshu. Only currently known.


Perhaps the original meaning of these abominations is a change after no one knows, which also serves as a goal to look back on the long-standing spiritual life we have passed through.


In most counties in Shinshu, I think there are many old people who know this.


I quote this fact from Minami | Azumi-gun's annual event, but again, it's a little different from house to house.


For example, you shouldn't go into the vegetable field all day on this day.


When you enter, insects will attach.


The idea is to avoid entering only the vines.


You shouldn't enter the Yugao Hatake, and if you do, your body will melt.


This is because Tanabata is in the Yugao Hatake on this day.


And since Tanabata has been down to the Sasage Hatake from 7 o'clock, there are things that you should not enter only in that Hatake.


In Kitaazumi-gun next door, there is a village where you can't enter Daikaku Mamehatake for the same reason, and there is also a village where you can hear the sound of Tanabata-sama's Milky Way crossing when you go under the evening face shelf.


Even in Chiisagata-gun, there is a person who never goes to the Hatake of Mizura (Sasage) on this day, and the god of Tanabata goes down to that Hatake and tells him to hide.


There aren't many places where you can make evening faces in the fields unless you go to Tochigi prefecture.


Since cowpeas are like new crops, their cultivation area would not have been so large.


Limiting the contraindications to crops that are in this way frees up the farmers' behavior, but the existing origins are a bit too eccentric for what was invented just for that purpose.


I think this is a problem that you can think about.



My mind is that there are many things that preach melons and other vines in the old Tanabata tales that were previously popular in rural areas.


I'm sure there is still somewhere in Shinshu, but I only know it now in the annual event edition of Ono-mura, Kamiina-gun.


There used to be an old man.


When I heard that the heavenly people would come down when I could plant dianthus superbus, I sowed the seeds in the garden, and the heavenly people came down and played in the water.


He hid one of the hagoromo, brought back the troubled celestial man, and lived happily together, but when he confessed that he hid the hagoromo by letting him get used to it, the celestial man immediately searched for the hagoromo. I wore it and returned to heaven.


At that time, if I wanted to see me, I said that I would pile up manure, put green bamboo on it, and go up along with it, so the man went up to heaven later. It was.


There is nothing special in heaven, so I helped to pick up the melon in the field.


Then, when he broke the commandments of the heavenly people and ate two of the melons, a large amount of water immediately came out and he broke up.


From now on, I said that I would meet at least once a month, but Amanojaku said from the side that it was once a year, so I can still meet only on this day.