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13 Mar 2019

YAMANOKAMI - Trachidermus fasciatus fish

https://japanshrinestemples.blogspot.com/2019/03/yamanokami-fish-trachidermus-fasciatus.html

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. Yama no Kami 山の神 Yamanokami - Introduction .
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Yamanokami, Trachidermus fasciatus ヤマノカミ / 山ノ神
川の神 Kawanokami, Kawa no Kami
神勧請 Kamikanjo




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ヤマノカミ(山ノ神、学名 Trachidermus fasciatus )は、
カサゴ目カジカ科に属する魚の一種。アユカケと同じく「降河回遊」の生活史をもつ中型カジカ類の一種である。東アジアに分布するが、日本での分布は九州の有明海奥部とその流入河川に限られる。ヤマノカミ1種でヤマノカミ属を構成する。河口付近に作られた堰により稚魚の遡上が阻害され、生息数が減少している。

標準和名「ヤマノカミ」は福岡県筑後地方での呼び名に因み、
他の地方名としてヤマンカミ(福岡)カワンカミ、タチャ(福岡・佐賀)カンカンジョ(佐賀)などがある。
「山の神」「川の神」「神勧請」など、独特の外見や生活史から山の神信仰などとの関連付けが窺える。
- - - More in the WIKIPEDIA !
This fish is closely related to the belief in Yamanokami in various regions of Japan, especially Fukuoka and Saga.


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Trachidermus fasciatus is a species of fish in the superfamily Cottoidea, the sculpins, and the only member of the monotypic genus Trachidermus. Its common name is roughskin sculpin. It has also been called four-gilled perch.
It is native to the coastlines of China, Japan, and Korea, where it occurs at the mouths of rivers.
This species is about 20 cm (8 in) long and weighs up to 350 grams.It has a large, spineless head with a wide mouth and small eyes near the tip of the snout. The upper jaw is slightly projecting. The dorsal fin has 8 spines and 19 to 20 soft rays and the anal fin has no spines but 17 to 18 soft rays. This fish lacks scales but its body surface is textured with "knobbles". The gill opening is large and each gill has two orange stripes.
This fish lives in rivers, estuaries, and coastal ocean waters. It is catadromous; adults spawn on mudflats at the river mouths, and after hatching, the juveniles swim upstream to freshwater river habitat.
... The habitat of the fish is degraded in some areas, particularly the river mouths of coastal China. Pollution from rapid urban development, overfishing, and the construction of dams and dikes threaten the species in this region. Changes in the hydrology of the area, mainly from dams, are most concerning because they prevent the migration of the fish in the river systems.
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It resembles the kajika カジカ family, Cottus pollux.


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. Yama no Kami 山の神 Yamanokami - Introduction .

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12 Mar 2019

EDO - denenchofu fuchu districts


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Denenchofu district Ota

Posted: 09 Mar 2019 08:55 PM PST

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. Famous Places and Power spots of Edo 江戸の名所 .
. Persons and People of Edo - Personen .
- Fuchu, see below
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Denenchoofu, Den-en-chōfu, Denenchōfu 田園調布 Denenchofu district
Ota, 田園調布 一丁目 - 五丁目 first to fifth sub-district



This is a very expensive residential area and many famous people lived here.
The area spreads like a fan from the Western side of the station 田園調布駅.

In 1918, 渋沢栄一 Shibusawa Eiichi (1840 - 1931) and others founded the company 田園都市株式会社 to built an "ideal residential area.
Before that it was simply called 調布村 Chofumura, Chofu village.
It was a rural area growing 麻 hemp and 荢, which was shipped down the river Tamagawa 多摩川 / 玉川 and made into cloth sold in 府中 Fuchu.
The character 調 was also read mitsuki みつき, a kind of tax on the local cloth.

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Denenchofu Honcho 田園調布本町 - no sub-districts

Denenchofu minami 田園調布南 - no sub-districts

Tamagawa Denenchofu 玉川田園調布」in Setagaya(世田谷区)
一丁目 - 二丁目 first and second sub-district

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Den-en-chōfu lies along the Tama River, the natural border between Tokyo and Kawasaki, Kanagawa. It is served by Den-en-chōfu Station on the Tōkyū Tōyoko and Meguro lines. Den-en-chōfu includes many detached suburban homes with a variety of styles, including Japanese neo-classical, Edwardian villas, Swiss cottages and modern architectural designs.
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Den-en-chōfu was built based on the "Garden City" idea originally developed by the British city planner Ebenezer Howard. It is one of the most famous and top-class residential towns where many executives have their dwellings. Being 10 km away from the center of Tokyo, the area contains natural parks. The area has its own regulations for construction in order to preserve the town feel to the area. The residences are fairly big compared to normal housing in other areas in Japan, and the district is often compared to Beverly Hills in Los Angeles, U.S.A.
Den-en-chōfu
was planned as a garden suburb of Tokyo. In the early 1900s, financier Eiichi Shibusawa bought, named and developed the area by emulating the garden suburbs that were growing in metropolitan areas around the world, particularly those in Greater London.
Although the area was developing at an adequate pace,
it was the Great Kantō Earthquake of 1923 that guaranteed his success. Central Tokyo was leveled in the earthquake, but Den-en-chōfu was virtually untouched; in the aftermath, the exodus of people from the central city to the less crowded, cleaner suburbs ensured that the Den-en-chōfu would prosper.
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. Chofu Tama River 調布の玉川 .
and the Mu Tamagawa 六玉川 Six Tama Rivers.



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Shibusawa Eiichi, 1st Viscount Shibusawa 渋沢 栄一, (1840 – 1931)
a Japanese industrialist widely known today as the "father of Japanese capitalism".

He spearheaded the introduction of Western capitalism to Japan after the Meiji Restoration. He introduced many economic reforms including use of double-entry accounting, joint-stock corporations and modern note-issuing banks.
He founded the first modern bank
based on joint stock ownership in Japan. The bank was aptly named The First National Bank (Dai Ichi Kokuritsu Ginkō, now merged into Mizuho Bank) and had the power to issue its own notes. Through this bank, he founded hundreds of other joint stock corporations in Japan. Many of these companies still survive to this day as quoted companies in the Tokyo Stock Exchange, which Shibusawa also founded. The Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry was founded by him as well. He was also involved in the foundation of many hospitals, schools, universities (including the first women's university), the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo and charitable organizations including the Japan Red Cross.
Another notable aspect of Shibusawa's career
is that, despite being the founder of hundreds of corporations, he refused to maintain a controlling stake in these corporations, effectively preventing himself from forming a zaibatsu. What is known as the Shibusawa zaibatsu was a holding company to look after his estate for his family. The Shibusawa Zaibatsu did not hold any controlling stake in any companies. Despite his lowly origin as a farmer, he was granted the title of Viscount, while all other zaibatsu founders were awarded the title of Baron. He was also awarded Shōnii, Second Honour under the ritsuryō rank system, which is usually given to high-ranking nobility and prime ministers.
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Hamasaki Ayumi 浜崎あゆみ, singer
Hatoyama Yukio 鳩山由紀夫, former Prime Minister
Ishihara Shintaro 石原慎太郎, former governor of Tokyo
Itsuki Hiroshi 五木ひろし, singer
Kobayashi Yoshinori 小林よしのり, manga artist
Matsuura Max 松浦勝人 マックス, recording executive
Nagashima Shigeo 長嶋茂雄, baseball player/manager
Nakai Kiichi 中井貴一, actor
Nomura Katsuya 野村克也, baseball player/manager


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Fujimizaka 富士見坂(田園調布)Fujimi slope to see Mount Fuji



In former times, Mount Fuji could be seen from the top of the slope.
Nowadays there are too many high-rise buildings



Denenchofu Fujimi Hall
1 Chome-30-1 Denenchofu, Ōta


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鵯を呼び田園調布冬めける
kamo o yobi Denen Choofu fuyu mekeru

ducks are coming back
to Denenchofu -
beginning of winter

Tr. Gabi Greve

渋沢秀雄 Shibusawa Hideo, his haiku name was Shibutei 渋亭.
(1892 - 1984)
渋沢渋亭 Shibusawa Shibutei


. fuyu meku 冬めく winter is getting "like winter" .


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Fuchuu, Fuchū 府中 Fuchu city
Musashi 武蔵


東京都府中市

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a city located in western Tokyo Metropolis, Japan. As of 1 February 2016, the city had an estimated population of 261,488,...
The government of ancient Musashi Province was established in Fuchū by the Taika Reform, and the city prospered as the local center of politics, economy, and culture. It prospered as a post town on the Kōshū Kaidō in the Edo period, and the Kita Tama District public office was placed here after the start of the Meiji era.
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645: With the Taika Reforms of the government of Musashi Province was established in Fuchū.
1333: The Battle of Bubaigawara was fought.
1602: The Fuchū post-town was established with the upgrading of the Kōshū-dochu road (Kōshū Highway).
1868: Nirayama Prefecture was established, ...
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- - - - - Fuchu Meisho Map of famous places
1.けやき並木 10.東京競馬場 19.常久一里塚 28.西蔵院
2.大国魂神社 11.ルミエール府中 20.白糸台掩体壕 29.二ケ村緑道
3.高札場 12.武蔵国衛跡地 21.本宿村 常夜燈 30.新田川緑道
4.多摩川 13.御殿地 22.多摩川砂利採掘場跡 31.下河原緑道
5.浅間山 14.国分寺参道口跡 23.府中の森公園 32.綜合卸売センター
6.多磨霊園 15.三千人塚 24.府中市美術館 33.武蔵の森公園
7.高安寺 16.高倉塚古墳 25.サントリー工場 34.武蔵野公園
8.分倍河原古戦場 17.御嶽塚 26.郷土の森 35.新田義貞の像
9.熊野神社 18.人見原古戦場 27.東郷寺 36.府中の森芸術劇場
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. post stations along the Kōshū Kaidō Highway .
9. Fuchū-shuku (府中宿) (Fuchū, Fuchu) / 甲州街道

. Musashi Fuchu Kumano Jinja Kofun 武蔵府中熊野神社古墳 .
2-9 Nishi-Fuchu, Fuchu city


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. Oota, Ōta 大田区 Ota ward .

. Musashi no Kuni 武蔵国 Musashi Province .


. Famous Places and Powerspots of Edo 江戸の名所 .

. Edo bakufu 江戸幕府 The Edo Government .

. Doing Business in Edo - 商売 - Introduction .

. shokunin 職人 craftsman, craftsmen, artisan, Handwerker .

. senryu, senryū 川柳 Senryu poems in Edo .

. Japanese Architecture - The Japanese Home .

. Interior Design - The Japanese Home .

. Legends and Tales from Japan 伝説 - Introduction .


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EDO - Jiyugaoka Yutenji districts Meguro


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Jiyugaoka Yutenji districts Meguro

Posted: 08 Mar 2019 09:42 PM PST

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Jiyuugaoka, Jiyūgaoka 自由が丘 Jiyugaoka district
Meguro, Jiyugaoka 一丁目 - 三丁目 first to third sub-district



A rather expensive residential area.
The name refers to a university campus named 自由ヶ丘学園 Jiyugaoka gakuen.
In 1927, the 東急東横線 Toyokosen opened a line and because there was a temple with 阿弥陀如来 nine Amida Nyorai Buddha statues, the area was called
Kuhonbutsu 九品仏. The name of the new 東横線 Toyokosen station was also Kuhonbutsu.
In 1929, when the 東急大井町線 line was prolonged, the Kuhonbutsu station became its station name.
So the Toyoko sen station was re-named Jiyugaoka Station.
In 1932, the name Jiyugaoka was given to the whole district.
In 1965, the spelling was changed from 自由ヶ丘 to 自由が丘 (with Hiragana GA が ).

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..... The name also refers to the broader area surrounding Jiyūgaoka Station, which includes both Jiyūgaoka, part of Midorigaoka and nearby Okusawa (奥沢) in Setagaya.
..... There are numerous apparel stores, speciality goods stores, cafes and restaurants. Jiyūgaoka is often considered as one of the most desirable places to live in Tokyo. The middle class demographic is also reflected in the concentration of private schools in the neighbourhood and the large number of after school juku.
- History
Jiyūgaoka was largely rural until the late 1920s, when rail service commenced. On 28 August 1927, Kuhonbutsu-mae Station (九品仏前駅 Kuhonbutsu-mae eki) was established on the Tōyoko Line. In the same year, Jiyūgaoka-gakuen High School was opened.
The school name, 自由ヶ丘学園高等学校, literally "Liberal Hill Academy", due to its liberal education (part of the Taishō period liberal education movement, later gave rise to the name of the nearby station and thence the entire area, similarly to the neighboring stations of Toritsu-Daigaku Station and Gakugei-daigaku Station (named for universities formerly located in the area). ...
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九品仏 浄真寺 Temple Kuhonbutsu (Kuhombutsu) Joshin-Ji
東京都世田谷区奥沢7-41-3 / Setagaya, 7-41-3 Okusawa



The temple was founded in 1678, the nine statues are a cultural property of Tokyo city.
Every three years the temple features a special festival,
o-men kaburi お面かぶり "wearing a mask".


A special bridge is built between the 本堂 main hall and the 三仏堂 Sanbutsu-Do hall and 25 selected people wearing the mask of a Bostatsu are allowed to walk over the bridge.

A similar ritual is held at the birth temple Tanjo-Ji of 法然上人 Saint Honen in Okayama 岡山県 誕生時.
. The Ceremony of the 25 Bosatsu 二十五菩薩練供養 .


. Kuhonbutsu Amida - Introduction .
Each statue features one of the
nine hand positions (mudra) of Amida Nyorai




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Yuutenji, Yūtenji 祐天寺 Yutenji district
Meguro, Yutenji 一丁目 - 二丁目 first and second sub-district



Mostly a residential area.
Yuten-Ji is a temple in honor of Saint Yuten and gives the name to this area.
. Yuuten, Yūten 祐天 Yuten Shami (1637 - 1718) .



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自由が丘の夕ベは氷る雪兎
Jiyugaoka no yuube wa kooru yuki-usagi

the night at
Jiyugaoka is freezing -
a snow rabbit



自由が丘の空を載せゆく夏帽子
Jiyugaoka no sora o noseyuku natsu booshi

summer hats
stick into the sky of
Jiyugaoka ...


山田みづえ Yamada Mizue (1926 - 2013)
Tr. Gabi Greve


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. Famous Places and Powerspots of Edo 江戸の名所 .

. Edo bakufu 江戸幕府 The Edo Government .

. Doing Business in Edo - 商売 - Introduction .

. shokunin 職人 craftsman, craftsmen, artisan, Handwerker .

. senryu, senryū 川柳 Senryu poems in Edo .

. Japanese Architecture - The Japanese Home .

. Interior Design - The Japanese Home .

. Legends and Tales from Japan 伝説 - Introduction .


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MINGEI - suzu tin pewter suzuki




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suzu, suzuki, suzu-ki 錫器 tin, pewter ware - Zinn

. imono 鋳物 ironware, cast iron, metal art .
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Japanese traditional tin ware
The manufacture of tin ware in Japan dates back to over 1,300 years.
Tin wares from Nara era are kept in Shôsô.in (Todaiji) of Nara. It was, along with gold and silver a popular precious metal for the noble families and prestigious shrines.
Frequently saucers and tin jars are used for the sencha-do (sencha ceremony), a practice which crystallizes in the 19th under the influence of the practice of tea scholars of the 17th and 18th centuries (themselves influenced by Qing China, to ensure about this post in French Stéphane from Tea Masters). Today they are often replaced with stainless steel objects because of the high price of tin.
source : florent japaneseteasommelier.wordpress....


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- ABC - List of tin / pewter ware from the Prefectures

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................................................................................ Kagoshima 鹿児島県

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In 1655, tin was discovered in the suburbs of Kagoshima City.
As the value of tin was on par with that of gold and silver at the time, it was an important financial resource for the Satsuma Domain.
As lifestyles changed after World War Two, demand waned, but its use has become popular again thanks to a special finishing technique called pear-skin finish and its soft luster and weighty feeling.
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The traditional attraction of Satsuma Tinware lies in the aesthetic quality of its casting surface called nashiji-hada (pear-skin like surface), and the quality of the product is determined by its first production process called ikomi (casting).
The crystal structure of the metal,
produced when molten tin is poured into a mold, becomes the surface of tinware and cannot be modified in the later processes. During this process, a traditional craftsman holds his breath when slowly pouring tin into a mold.
When watching him throwing himself into work,
you will find marks like insect bites on his arms and chest. These are burn scars caused by splashes of molten tin.
Tinware is a craft
made with arts (molding and surface finish), casting theory of production technology, lathe cutting (machining), etching (chemistry), printing technology, and lacquering (paint).
- making process in detail
- [History of Satsuma Suzu-ki (Tinware)]
The origin of tinware making in Satsuma goes back to the time when a vein of tin was discovered by Yagi Mondonosuke Motonobu in a tin mine, deep in Taniyana, 20 kilometers south of Kagoshima City in 1655 and the lord of the Satsuma domain Shimazu Mitsuhisa obtained the permission of mining in 1701. This brought Satsuma nationwide recognition for its tin and tinware.
It is believed that the tinware began to be made in Satsuma after 1813 when the Taniyana-kozan mine began producing more tin.
In Saiyuki (Journey to the West) by Tachibana Nankei, which is said to be the representative work of travel literature in the Edo period (17-19c), he wrote, "In the castle town of far-away Satsuma Province, there were no ceramic bottles, but all bottles were made of tin."
Another type of tinware production brought from China to Kyoto developed in Osaka as a producing area. This is the origin of Naniwa Suzuki tinware with its branch schools in other areas and its production method is different from that of Satsuma Suzuki.
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薩摩錫器工芸館 岩切美巧堂 Iwakiri Misakido
4 Chome-18-2 Kokubuchuo, Kirishima, Kagoshima
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錫彦 浅田錫器 Suzuhiko - Asada Suzuki
6-19 Tenokuchicho, Kagoshima, Kagoshima
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Seikadoo 清課堂 Seikado
462 Myomanjimae-cho, Teramachi-dori-Nijo-sagaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto


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Seikado was established here in Kyoto in 1838 (Edo Period) as a pewterer and presently, we are the only pewter art craft speciality shop in Japan. Our 7th owner has devoted himself to making pewter arts as well as running exhibitions displaying a wide range of Japanese metal arts. The gallery introduces contemporary craftsmen.( not open on a regular basis. )
Although historically, Kyoto pewter crafts were originally developed and made available to only the upper classes, we have been endeavoring to design something which is equally in keeping with modern times as it is in maintaining respect for our traditional heritage. The next time you pay a visit to Kyoto, be sure to experience and share with us such distinctive Japanese beauty.
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'Teramachi Street' on which Seikado is located, used to have many religious institutional buildings, such as temples and shrines as you can guess from its name. ("Tera" means temple.) We were making mainly religious artefacts when we first started our business. These Pewter religious artefacts which were made at this workshop are still seen in shrines all over Japan and they are an essential part of Gion Festival. The Imperial Palace is nearby and it is said that its Pewter sake cups were popular among the nobles of the past. Also, there is a tradition related to "tea" in Kyoto. The Pewter tea sets made at our workshop are essential to any good tea ceremony. We make a wide range of products, from those used in daily life to decorative, modern art, using not only pewter, but also silver and copper.
..... Pewter
It has been mainly used for kitchen utensils especially sake cups because it does not get corroded easily.
We mainly make pitchers and cups for sake. Pewter sake products are essential to those who love sake in Japan.
..... Silver / Copper / Brass / Bronze
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Osaka Naniwa Pewter Ware 大阪浪華錫器
Pewter ware was first introduced to Japan some 1,300 years ago by envoys from China.
Later during the early part of the Kamakura period (1185-1333), the Zen monk Eisai visited Sung dynasty China and returned with a maker of tea urns. His skills with pewter are said to mark the real beginning of this craft in Japan. It was not until the 18th century, however, that a production center was established in Osaka.
Pewter is a very stable metal. It is ideal for such things as a sake flask as it does not affect the delicate flavors of this rice wine, and the taste of water kept in a pewter container is improved by an ionic action. It is also good for flower vases and especially good for the storage of such things as tea, which would deteriorate in anything less than an air-tight container due to high temperature and humidity.
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Osaka suzuki 大阪錫器 Osaka tin ware



6 Chome-6-15 Tanabe, Higashisumiyoshi Ward, Osaka / 大阪錫器 company
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Osaka Naniwa tin ware
There are many kinds of drinking cups around the world. While the West offers various types of glassware, and Asia has a preference for ceramic cups, in Japan a tin cup style known as suzu-ki (tinware) can also be found in production.

Used since prehistoric times, tin was introduced to Japan by Kenzuishi, a Japanese envoy to Sui Dynasty China, and Kentoshi, a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China, between the seventh and ninth centuries. Thereafter, tin began to be produced in Japan as well. But at the time, it was a material valued like gold and silver are today, so it was only used in limited settings, including the imperial court.

In the Edo Period (1603-1868), tinware became popular among the general public in the form of drinking cups and Japanese tea sets. By the middle of the period, the manufacture and sale of tinware began to center on parts of Osaka, with strong distribution channels in areas such as Shinsaibashi and Tenjinbashi. This heralded the beginning of Osaka Naniwa tinware.



While Naniwa tinware quickly evolved into a full-fledged industry, the start of World War 2 led many craftsmen to be drafted, and material procurement became difficult, plunging the technique into crisis. Following the war, craftsmen from around Osaka gathered to maintain the tradition of Osaka Naniwa tinware, and the industry was reborn. It was recognized by the Japanese government as a traditional craft in 1983.

Tinware is used for a wide variety of products due to its combination of practicality and aesthetic appeal. It is characterized by strong ion properties that have purifying effects on liquids, particularly removing zatsumi (unfavorable taste) from saké to make it smooth and delicious. Tin is also reputed for moisture protection, and is said to help maintain the freshness of tea leaves, making it suited for drinking cups, pots and teacups. Also, given its beautiful, clean color, it's used for various products including cassolettes, cinnabar seal ink cases, Buddhist or Shinto religious instruments, and decorations.

Osaka Naniwa tinware boasts a tin percentage of more than 97 percent, and this high degree of purity truly brings out the benefits of tin.
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西臼杵郡 Nishi-Usuki district 日之影町 Hinokage town

kome no batsu 米の罰 punishment of rice
At mount 大福山 Daifukuyama there was the 大吹錫鉱山 ObukiTin Mine. It had been establishe by 高見但馬守 Takami Tajima no Kami.
Around 1700, in the estate of Tajima no kami there worked a woman in the kitchen who always burned the rice and in fear of being scolded buried the brown parts in the ground.
A few days later she dug them out and from the hole a violet smoke rose high into the sky. The woman lost her eyesight.
This was the revenge of the rice.

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Genroku Haiku Poet

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8 Mar 2019

EDO - Minato ward legends


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Legends from Minato ward

. Minato ward 港区 .



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. tanuki 狸 - mujina 狢 - racoon dog, badger legends .

tanuki no kai 狸の怪 Tanuki monster
In the third lunar month of 1828 there was an old woman without any relatives working in a home. She fell ill and could not breath.
Soon many Tanuki came to the home, as if to visit the old woman. As the woman got worse, Amida appeared at her side and took her hand.
Then someone saw an old Tanuki come out of the room
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furudanuki 古狸 old Tanuki from Enokizaka slope 榎坂
At Enokizaka lived some soldiers in a rented home. Often someone strange came there at night.
In 1634, on the 15th day of the first lunar month one man hid after pretending to go to bed to see what was happening.
Something wit great sparkling eyes appeared. He caught an old Tanuki, he said!
But people thought that was impossible in the town and the man must have told a lie. The man soon disappeared.

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bakemono 化物 monster
A yoriki 与力 police officer named Kiribuchi lived in a house where a monster had been seen.
- One day a man called 雪飛 Yukihi visited Kiribuchi. He saw a maid-servant running down from the second floor with a pale-green face of fear, saying she had seen a monster upstairs. When Yukihi carefully went upstairs, the dressing table was open and in the mirror he saw something like a monster.
- One day the wife of Kiribuchi called her maid servant. The servant opened the door, kneeling on the floor asking what was the matter. When the wife looked closely, her face looked like a juubako 重箱 food box with many layers. Later they found a deep hole under the floor. After filling this hole the monster did not appear any more.

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butsubatsu 仏罰 Buddha's punishment
On the 28th day of the 8th lunar month in 1680, there was the ritual of painting eyes to the statue of the Gread Buddha of Edo.
They found four nails in the back of the statue and one parishioner wanted to pull them out, but could not do it. He got angry, but now some wood fell down and he got great wounds on four fingers of both hands.

. Tokyo Daibutsu 東京大仏 Great Buddha of Tokyo .
Joorenji 乗蓮寺 Temple Joren-Ji
板橋区赤塚5-28 / 5 Chome-28 Akatsuka, Itabashi ward

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. hebi 蛇と伝説 Legends about snakes and serpents .
Under a tree, a snake had swallowed a child of 4 years. The father of the child followed the snake and came closer. The snake blew a poisonous breath at him and his eyes could not open any more.

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hako 箱 box
One greedy practitioner of Shinto rituals once performed an exorcist ritual for a crazy man and got a box as reward. He was told never to open the box.
When he came home, others had brought him many treasures and he slept among them with his family.
The next morning, all the treasures had become impure.

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hotaru 螢 fireflies
At 蛇池 the Snake Pond at 龍土町 Ryudo district in Edo, someone went to see the fireflies. But there were so many, they overwhelmed him and he run back home in fear.
This happened in other parts of Japan too. This happens if the weeds turn bad at the beginning of summer.
. hotaru 螢 fireflies and Haiku .

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oootoko 大男 O-Otoko, giant
A man named 小島清次郎 Kojima Saijiro once scooped for fish at the river 古川 Furukawa with a friend.
Kojima had his leg and did not go into the river, he stood outside and held the bucket. A giant appeared and hindered him from walking this road. Kojima was a large man himself, so he was not so surprized and passed the giant by his side. When he looked in the bucket later, the four fish were all gone.

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reiken, reigen 霊験 miracle
In the autumn of 1795, an ill man living in 麻生 Asao had a dream. He went near the fox shrine 椙田稲荷 / 杉田稲荷 Sugita Inari, where there lived an old woman who performed purification rituals for him.
He should go to the Inari Shrine, say prayers and rub his ailing stomach. He did as told and was soon healed. As word spread, more people came to pray here and the man distributed clean rice to them. The Shrine became so popular, the Edo government later forbid people to go thear and soon the fad subsided.

Asao ku 麻生区(あさおく)Asao ward
in 川崎市 Kawasaki town (formerly part of Tokyo)
Asao-ku is one of the 7 wards of the city of Kawasaki in Kanagawa Prefecture.

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Under the Nara period Ritsuryō system, what is now Kawasaki Ward became part of Tachibana District Musashi Province.
. Kawasaki in the Edo Period along the river Tamagawa 多摩川 .

. Asao Fudo Temple 麻生不動だるま市 Daruma Market .

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yoobo 妖姥 / ヨウボ old monster hag
In the family of a yoriki 与力 police officer a baby had been born. The sanba 産婆 midwife took the baby in her arms and run to the empty nagaya 長屋 long store house.
When the family members run after her and finally got hold of her, she was indeed the midwife.
The old midwife who had taken the baby out of the house had disappeared. But soon after the whole estate went up in fire.



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. Hikawa Jinja 氷川神社 Akasaka 赤坂 .

Hikawa Myoojin 氷川明神 Hikawa Myojin and 十一面観音Juichimen Kannon
Around 950, a priest named 連林 Renrin from 近江国甲賀郡 Koga came to study to Hikawa.
That night he had a dream. An old man with white hair came to him and told him to dig out something from the ground and venerate it. This would become 守護神 the protector deity of the area.
When Renrin looked around he saw something golden and dug it out. It was 十一面観音 a statue of Kannon with 11 heads. So he built a Shrine and venerated it.
In 1066 there was a gread drought in the Kanto area and people came here to pray for rain. And indeed, it begun to rain soon.

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In Akasaka there lived a stupid kojiki 乞食 beggar called 亀次 Kameji.
After his death, he was reborn in the family of a Daimyo.
When the baby was born, it could not open its hand. Later when it finally opened its hand, the word KAMEJI was written inside.

. kojiki 乞食 beggar / binboonin 貧乏人 Bimbo, "a poor person" .
and Haiku by Kobayashi Issa

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. 赤坂伝馬町 Akasaka Denmacho .
小伝馬町 Kodenmacho and 大伝馬町 Odenmacho district

In Denmacho there was a strange person seen every night, almost like a monster from Ikebukuro.
One evening a man put a piece of paper and a brush outside. When the strange person passed, it stopped and wrote something like a word.




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onigawara 鬼瓦 demon roof tiles
At 天徳寺 temple Tentoku-Ji in 愛宕下 Atago-shita there is a demon roof tile with a tokin 兜巾(ときん)Buddhist cap.
Once upon a time, there was a fire and the sparks seemed to set the roof in flames. From this roof tile water begun to spray and the fire was extinguished.

. onigawara 鬼瓦 demon roof tiles .


Tengu wearing a TOKIN.



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iseki 異石 a strange stone
There are five different strange stones in Azabu:
麻布に異石が5種類ある。
寒山拾得石像に切られた痕が残っている。
夜久神の石像は願をかけると験が多く、長谷寺の僧の霊夢によって長谷寺に置かれるようになった。
陰陽石が縁結びの願を成就する。
道路に埋った石が願を成就する。
烏帽子形の石に日月の像が現れた。

Nearby was a rock called takaishi 鷹石 "hawk rock".
When the villagers tried to dig it out a long long time ago, there had a mysterious atmosphere about it, but that is lost today.


source : deepazabu.blogspot.com...
鷹石(烏石)Takaishi

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kieta onna 消えた女 a woman vanished
A man named 玉置清吉 Tamaki Seikichi walked along 麻布古川 Azabu Furukawa (old river) in the evening without carrying a lantern. A beautiful woman of about 40 years came walking toward him. He thought this was strange and wanted to let her pass, but the woman stopped to ask him the way. He told her where to go, and the woman did not even answer, but just went on. When he looked back a few moments later, the woman had vanished, but he heard a strange laughter from the river.


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Azabu Ichibei town 麻布市兵衛町

. kitsune densetsu 狐と伝説 fox legends .
In June 1752, the maid servant of a villager of Azabu Ichibei village was suddenly possessed by a fox. They tried all kinds of exorcism, but nothing helped.
The fox seemed to live in 松平紀伊守様屋敷 the estate of Matsudaira, Governor of Mikawa.
His daughter was from the Inari shrine in the estate of the Lord of Ishikawa 石川近江守様屋敷の稲荷, his wife from the Inari shrine of Sannocho 山王町の稲荷.
So they built a small Inari shrine to honor the fox family and prayed for the protection from fires.

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. unagi うなぎ / 鰻 a crazy eel restaurant owner .



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Azabu Kogaicho 麻布笄町

yashagami 夜叉神 Yasha deity -渋谷金王麿 Shibuya Konnomaru
At Azabu Kogaicho is 長谷寺 the temple Hasedera with a hall for the Yasha deity, 夜叉明王堂 Yasha Myo-O Do.
When Shibuya Shigeie build a castle, he had a stone statue of this deity buried in the Northern corner of the castle.
When later in the Edo period 阿部豊後守の臣安川繁成 Yasukawa Shigenari (1839 - 1906) lived here, he had a well dug out and they found the stone statue.
He kept it close to himself as his protector deity and sometimes saw Konnomaru in his dream, so he enshrined it. Later he had made 鬼の面 a demon mask with a features of Konnomaru.
The story is also told in Kabuki theater.

... Actor Ichikawa Ebizô as Shibuya Konnomaru Masatoshi

金王八幡宮 Konno Hachimangu Shrine
東京都渋谷区渋谷3-5-12 / 3 Chome-5-12 Shibuya



The Shrine was founded by the Shibuya clan in 1092.
河崎基家 Kawasaki Motoie (General of the Heian period), also called 渋谷重家 Shibuya Shigeie.
The Shrine was not destroyed in WWII and still shows the style of the Edo period.
Shinmon gate, Shaden, Haiden, Kaguraden, Homotsuden
- Deity in residence
応神天皇(品陀和気命) Ojin Tenno - Homutawake or Hondawake
15th emperor of Japan

At the end of the Edo period, the temple 澁谷山親王院 東福寺 Shibuyazan Shinno-In Tofuku-Ji was build next to it.
The eldest son of Kawasaki Motoie, 常光 Tsunemitsu, came here to pray.
He thus became an incarnation of the deity 金剛夜叉明王 Konno Yasha Myo-O. He then called himself
金王丸 / 金王麿 Konnomaru, Konno Maro.




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Shiba Myojin Shrine 芝神明社 / 芝大神宮 Shiba Daijingu / 芝神明 Shiba Shinmei
1 Chome-12-7 Shibadaimon, Minato, Tokyo
In the 9th lunar month of 1005, in 武蔵国日比谷村 Hibiya mura village in Musashi no kuni it begun to rain 幣帛 ritual wands and 大牙 large animal fangs from the clear sky. An oracle said a Shrine should be built here. This is the beginning of prestigious Shiba Myojin Shrine.

. Shiba Daijinguu 芝大神宮 Shiba Daijingu Shrine .

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. Zoojooji, Zōjō-ji 増上寺 Temple Zojo-Ji .
the family temple of the Tokugawa family - with some legends below
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choozubachi 手水鉢 hand-wash basin
The hand-wash basin of the temple was made from a special stone. Even after many years the water never got dirty.
Come too much rain or drought, the water level always stayed the same.

source : db.nichibun.ac.jp/ja...
water-tank at Shiba, with its monolith columns, on the tops of which festooned drapery in colours and gold is painted...
(Dresser, Christopher, 1834-1904)
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dochuu no fugu 土中の河豚 a Fugu blowfish in the earth
On the 17th day of the second lunar month in 1725 during the construction of a new building at Zojo-Ji they found a very large living fugu 河豚 puffer fish in the ground!
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. kitsune densetsu 狐と伝説 fox legends .
A young priest living in a dormitory at Zojo-Ji was bewitched by a fox and began moving like a woman. He told the head of the dormitory that he had lived in a small sanctuary in the park, but when the head of the dormitory destroyed the sanctuary, he had lost his home. Now he wanted a new 祠 sanctuary shrine.
The headmaster found out that many years ago there was someone called 花崎 Hanazaki, so he had a shrine built with a torii gate and called it
Hanazaki-sha 花崎社 Hanazaki Shrine.
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In the dormitory there was a small sancturay for a fox. The priests came here to have rituals and make offerings there on special days. Once after the offerings, a priest came to the dormitory door the next morning where he saw an ols man wearkng an eboshi 烏帽子 ritual cap asking for a favor. He had lived in the sanctuary for a long time, but now a new sanctuary for 弁天 Benten was putting shadow on his place and he wanted it to be relocated.
When the priest reported this to the head of the dormitory. The head found out that the priest making the offerings had in fact thought of Benten to grant him a wish. Anyway, they relocated the sanctuary and the man wearing the ritual cap came back to express his gratitude.
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. nekomata 猫また monster cat Yokai .
Around 1700 in a side-temple of Zojo-Ji called 徳水院 Tokuzui-In there lived 赤猫 a red cat. Once the cat was running after a mouse when it fell from the ceiling and called the prayer out
南無三宝 Namu Sanbo for help. People thought it might be a cat monster, but the animal disappeared soon after.
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. Onyo 音誉聖観上人 Saint Onyo Shokan Shonin .
音誉上人自ら火車に乗る Onyo Shonin riding the kasha 火車 "burning chariot"
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. Ryogaku 了学上人 Saint Ryogaku Shonin (1549 - 1634) .


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Shiba Tamachi 芝田町

. hebi 蛇と伝説 Legends about snakes and serpents .
In the eighth district of Tamachi lived a woman who had hated her husband. When she died they found a large dead serpent under her futon 蒲団 matres. The husband threw the serpent into the sea, but it came back to life and was back at the home before the husband returned.
After the official 49 days of mourning for his wife he got himself a new wife. But this woman fled the house the next morning.
One can only wonder what terrible thing happened in the house that night !

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. Edo bakufu 江戸幕府 The Edo Government .

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. shokunin 職人 craftsman, craftsmen, artisan, Handwerker .

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FUDO - Takatsuka Fudo Chiba


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Takatsuka Fudo Son 高塚不動尊
Nr. 33 妙高山 Myokosan - 大聖院 Daisho-In

Chiba 千葉県
涅槃の道場 Nehan : The fourth round: Nirvana

. 北関東三十六不動尊霊場
36 Fudo Temples in Kanto / Bando .
 

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大聖院 Daisho-In

安房郡千倉町大川817
Chiba, Minamibōsō-shi, Chikurachō Ōkawa

The temple was founded by 良弁僧正 Saint Roben. He also carved the statue of Fudo Myo-O.
The temple is well visited by the local fishermen to pray for a good catch.

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A statue at the roadside. 前不動
For those who could not walk up to the main Fudo Hall on the mountain.
Mount Takatsukayama 高塚山 is only 168 m high.

The main Fudo in the Fudo Hall is a secret statue.



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shuin 朱印 stamp



omamori お守り amulet

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Mount Takatsukayama 高塚山 is only 216 m high.





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The temple is mentioned in a book:


The Sea and the Sacred in Japan: Aspects of Maritime Religion
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Fudo Myo-O Junrei - Introduction .
 

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. Narita Fudo 成田不動尊 .
Temple Shinshooji 新勝寺 Shinsho-Ji

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7 Mar 2019

EDO - - - Gotanda Osaki


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Gotanda Osaki districts Shinagawa

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Gotanda 五反田 Gotanda district
Shinagawa, 西五反田 Nishi-Gotanda 一丁目 - 八丁目 first to eighth sub-district
東五反田 Higashi-Gotanda 一丁目 - 五丁目 first to fifth sub-district

The name means
five 反 Tan of fields,
one tan is about 1000 square meters.

The farming area in the Edo period was under the supervision of 大崎村 Osaki village.

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The district straddles the Meguro River, and is located between the Meguro and Ōsaki stations on the JR Yamanote Line.
The district is centered on the Gotanda Station, which is served by the Toei Asakusa Line and the elevated Tōkyū Ikegami Line in addition to the Yamanote line.
The JR loop severs the district into two districts.
Higashi (East) Gotanda lies inside the Yamanote loop, while
Nishi (West) Gotanda is outside the loop.
Nishi-Gotanda is largely residential, with moderately sized apartment buildings close to the JR station and quiet leafy streets in the outlying reaches. Higashi-Gotanda is home to Seisen University, NTT Medical Center Tokyo, several temples and shrines, and many office buildings. Higashi-Gotanda also has a substantial number of hotels, including some of the famed capsule hotel style. The sprawling world headquarters of Sony used to be found along Sony Dōri the eastern edge of Higashi-Gotanda, but most of the complex has moved to adjacent Shinagawa, Minato Ward.
One of Tokyo's busy major avenues (Sakurada Dōri — a part of National Route 1) passes through both halves of Gotanda, carrying traffic between the inner business districts ringing the Imperial Palace grounds and the outlying areas of Shinagawa-ku, Ōta-ku and beyond that the city of Yokohama.
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Gotanda Jinja 五反田神社 Gotanda Shrine
神奈川県川崎市多摩区三田 / Mita Tama Ward, Kawasaki, Kanagawa



The Shrine was founded in the Kamakura period.
In the Meiji period, it was named 八雲神社 Yagumo Jinja.
In 1959 it was named Gotanda Jinja.

- Deities in residence
素盞嗚尊 Susanoo and 日本武尊 Yamato Takeru

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Temples in Gotanda



Honryūji Temple
3 Chome-6-17 Higashigotanda, Shinagawa

Hōtōji Temple
1 Chome-2-29 Higashigotanda, Shinagawa

Jushōji Temple
3 Chome-8-11 Higashigotanda, Shinagawa

Ryōshinji Temple
4 Chome-7-21 Higashigotanda, Shinagawa

Yakushi-ji Tokyo Annex
5 Chome-15-17 Higashigotanda, Shinagawa


安楽寺 Anraku-Ji
5-6-8 Nishigotanda

An-yōin
4 Chome-12-1 Nishigotanda, Shinagawa

Tokuzōji Temple
3 Chome-5-15 Nishigotanda, Shinagawa

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Oosaki, Ōsaki 大崎 Osaki district
(Ozaki)
Shinagawa, 大崎 Osaki 一丁目 - 五丁目 first to fifth sub-district
上大崎 Kamiosaki 一丁目 - 四丁目 first to fourth sub-district


In the Edo period, it was seen as
a part of 秩父山地 the Chichibu mountains reaching out 尾埼 o saki "like a tail" .

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Ōsaki (大崎) is a primarily commercial district in the northern part of Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan.
By today, this district has completed several urban renewal programs around Ōsaki Station of Yamanote Line, which include Ohsaki New City (completed in 1987), Gate City Ohsaki (1999),
Art Village Osaki (2007), Oval Court Ohsaki (2004), and ThinkPark (2007).
Rissho University, its predecessor established in 1580 and reorganized into a university in 1924, is a private university with the main campus in Ōsaki.
The 55th Prime Minister of Japan Tanzan Ishibashi served as this school's president from 1952 to 1968.
Ōsaki is now one of the seven "secondary city centers" (副都心 Fukutoshin) officially designated by the Tokyo Metropolis.
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Kamiōsaki 上大崎 is a quiet upscale residential district, with two special areas:


Chōjamaru 長者丸 Chojamaru / 白金長者丸 Shirokane Chojamaru in 2-chōme
and
Hanabusayama 花房山 in 3-chōme

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ThinkPark Tower Ōsaki シンクパークタワー
2-1-1, Osaki, Shinagawa



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... a 30-story skyscraper, part of the ThinkPark redevelopment area in Ōsaki, Tokyo.
... It was completed in 2007.
The ThinkPark complex, which encompasses the building, distinguishes itself by being the first green urbanism project in Japan.
Richard Seireeni of The Brand Architect Group named the complex, designed the logo and devised the green urbanism marketing strategy. This approach in turn helped the developers in renting the entire lease space over one year prior to opening. The main functions of the building are office and retail space for companies, restaurants, retail establishments and clinics.
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. Legends and Tales from Japan 伝説 - Introduction .

................................................................................. Kanagawa 神奈川県

tatsu 竜 dragon
At the root of 松の大木 a huge pine tree there was a hole and water flew out of it.
On a day of a strong rainstorm, a dragon had come down from the sky and hid in this hole. The body of this dragon (and the water) is still somewhere below the fields of Gotanda village - or so they say.

. matsu 松と伝説 Legends about the pine tree / 松の木 .

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平塚市 Hiratsuka city 伊勢原町 Isegahara town

五反田 Gotanda
A 嫁 daughter-in-law was told to go out planting a large field in one day. She came back when the sun was about to sink down.
But she fell down at the doorstep and was dead.
After that, the field could never be planted in one day by one person and was doomed as unlucky.

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. Edo, Tokyo 江戸 - 東京 - 伝説 Legends Index .


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ぴしゃぴしゃと梅雨の五反田アスファルト
bisha bisha to tsuyu no Gotanda asufaruto

the asphalt
of Gotanda in the splashing rain
of the rainy season

Tr. Gabi Greve

高澤良一 Takazawa Ryoichi

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. Edo bakufu 江戸幕府 The Edo Government .

. Doing Business in Edo - 商売 - Introduction .

. shokunin 職人 craftsman, craftsmen, artisan, Handwerker .

. senryu, senryū 川柳 Senryu poems in Edo .

. Japanese Architecture - The Japanese Home .

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