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1 Jan 2020

DARUMA - Darumapedia on Facebook


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Darumapedia on Facebook

- The latest news is always HERE:



. Daruma Museum - Newsletter .  


. . . . . Expanded older entries will be added here since 2016:
. Darumapedia News at Yahoo .


. Darumapedia - small news BLOG .

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The Darumapedia has expanded over the years.
Here is a list (growing) of my presence on facebook :


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. Joys of Japan - Main Gallery .   




. Joys of Japan - Poetry for Tohoku .   



. Tohoku Japan - Information .   




. WASHOKU - Japanese Food Culture .   

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. MINGEI - Japanese Folk Art .   



. Kokeshi Gallery .   



. Japanese Festivals - Matsuri .   




. Japanese Interior Gallery .   


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. Japanese Literature .   



. Japanese People .   




. Japanese Calendar Days .   


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. Edo - the Edo Period .   



. Edo - Senryu 川柳 .



. Edo culture via Ukiyo-E 浮世絵 .



. Gofunai 御符内 88 Henro temples in Edo .


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. Fudo Myo-O 不動明王 .   



. Jizo Bosatsu Gallery 地蔵菩薩  .

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. Buddha Statues - Japanese Deities .   



. Enku - Master Carver 円空  .




. Buddhist Temples - Japan .   



. Shinto Shrines - Japan .   



. Ta no Kami Yama no Kami 田の神 山の神  .

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. Japan in Spring .   

. Japan in Summer .   

. Japan in Autumn .   

. Japan in Winter .   


. Japan - New Year Season .   




. Fujisan Gallery - Japan .   



. Dragon Gallery - Asian Art and Animals .   



. Japan - Animals .   

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. Haiku Culture Magazin .



. Matsuo Basho .



. Kobayashi Issa .



. Yosa Buson .



. Masaoka Shiki .


. Mongolia Saijiki - Mongolian Haiku .   



. WKD - World Kigo Database .  



. Japanese Haiku Poets  .   



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. Kappa 河童 - Kappa san on facebook .



. Manekineko 招き猫 The Beckoning Cat .



. Tengupedia 天狗 - the Tengu Goblins of Japan .



. Onipedia 鬼 - the Demons of Japan .



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. My Treasure Box .   

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- The latest news is always HERE:


. Darumapedia - Newsletter .  


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14 May 2019

LEGENDS - about soy sauce

https://heianperiodjapan.blogspot.com/2019/05/shoyu-soy-sauce-legends.html

shoyu soy sauce legends

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. Japanese legends and tales 伝説 民話 昔話 - Introduction .
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shooyu 醬油 / 醤油 と伝説 Legends about Shoyu Soy Sauce


source : eonet.ne.jp/~shoyu/mametisiki...
Utagawa Hiroshige III - Making Soy Sauce

. shooyu 醬油 Shoyu, soy sauce, Sojasauce .
- Introduction and Haiku -


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......................................................................................... Ehime 愛媛県

folk belief
On the birthday of the family head people should not make soy sauce or Miso.



......................................................................................... Fukui 福井県
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大飯郡 Ōi district 高浜町 Takahama town

. Kooboo Daishi 弘法大師 Kobo Daishi Kukai Legends .
お大師様 O-Daishi Sama
There is a rock with three holes, each has a different ingredient: 酢 vinegar, 酒 sake and 醤油 soy sauce. Kobo Daishi made them when he was here to train in Buddhism.
Another version tells of three large pots between the rocks. People could come and scoope as much vinegar, sake or soy sauce as they needed and they would never grow empty.
But one day a greedy man came and scooped too much, so the intredients turned to water. This was the punishment of Kobo Daishi.
Later the villagers begun to pray to Kobo Daishi on this spot.




......................................................................................... Ishikawa 石川県
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白山市 Hakusan city

. niwatori 鶏と伝説 Legends about the rooster, cock, chicken .
niwatori no ashi ニワトリの足 the legs of a rooster
Once upon a time, the young people of the village came together and thought about something delicious to cook. They stole one chicken and burried it in the open hearth while it was still alive. They put soy sauce and salt into its mouth and ate it. When they had finished their meal, they opened the door and went outside into the garden.
As they stood there, the legs of a huge rooster came down from the sky and turned the head of each of them around once . . . so they all died on the spot.




......................................................................................... Kanagawa 神奈川県
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戸塚区 Totsuka district

neko 猫 a cat
At the home of the soy sauce merchant, a tenugui 手拭 hand towel disappeared every night. The shop owner thought this was strange and found out that the cat of the family came to take it away. The cats of the neighbourhood met every night and danced and his cat had used the hand towel to cover her face


source : serai.jp/living...
bakeneko cats dancing in Edo




......................................................................................... Niigata 新潟県

. kitsune densetsu 狐と伝説 fox legends .
Grandma had put some fish in her 弁当 Bento lunch box and went out to sell soy sauce. A fox trying to get the fish bewitched her to sell her soy sauce to a 松の木 pine tree. She thought the branches were the money and took it, then went to wash her legs in the river. A neighbour saw her, clapped her on the back and then she came to her senses.




......................................................................................... Okayama 岡山県
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勝山町 Katsuyama town

tsukimono つきもの bewitched / toobyoo とうびょう Tobyo
Tobyo is a small snake and can bewitch foxes, dogs and cats.
It is smaller than a fox, about the size of a rat. If a home gets bewitched they get rice and soy sauce and other things from the neighbours and become rich.





......................................................................................... Shizuoka 静岡県
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御殿場市 Gotenba city

fuurai neko フーライ猫 a wild cat
This cat can bewitch babies and can make a fever last longer. Driving out these kinds of cats people prepare a trap to catch it. The cat will then stop to call.
Bewitched people have to eat food prepared with boiled sugar and soy sauce to heal.




......................................................................................... Tochigi 栃木県
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鹿沼市 Kanuma city

okaimo オカイモ Okaimo
In the family of 柴田良夫 Shibata Yoshio they eat Okaimo for breakfast from the last day of the last lunar month till the third day of the first lunar month.
Okaimo is a dish of yatsugashira 八頭 / ヤツガシラ a kind of 里芋 Satoimo Taro potato, ninjin ニンジン carrots, goboo ゴボウ Gobo burdock and dried small fish flavored with soy sauce.
Once upon a time, a travelling priest asked for some taro 苧 Colocasia antiquorum potato but did not get it and the head of the family turned into a stone.
Since then they prepare Okaimo, Oka-Imo.
In the family of 上沢芳夫家 Uesawa Yoshio they prepare Okanimo オカンイモ and azuki meshi 小豆飯 auspicious rice with red soy beans.
Okanimo is made with chicken soup, ginko 銀杏 small cut gingko nuts, 大根 daikon radish, carrots, Gobo and onions. Finally Taro and soy sauce is added.
On the third day of the New Year this dish is offered to the Buddhist and Shinto Deities. After the offering it is put into cooked rice and eaten in the hope it might keep away the
疫病神 Yakubyogami Deity of Disease.

. Yakubyoogami 疫病神 Yakubyogami, Deity of Diseases .






......................................................................................... Tottori 鳥取県
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八頭郡 Yazu district 若櫻山田町 Wakasa Yamadamachi

. yamanba, yamauba 山姥 mountain hag .
Once an old woman built a hut in the mountains and begun to eat 蛇 snakes and 蛙 frogs. She used her white hair together with straw to make a robe. In Spring she collected mushrooms and warabi 蕨 fern to sell in the hamlet. She bought soy sauce and 味噌 Miso and then went back. The children were very afraid of her. If a child would not listen to its parents, they threatened saying: "We will ask Yamanba to come and get you!"

warabi, Pteridium aquilinum


......................................................................................... Wakayama 和歌山県
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日高郡 Hidaka district 由良町 Yura town

. udonge no hana 優曇華の花 Udumbara flowers and death .


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- reference : nichibun yokai database 妖怪データベース -

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. animals and their legends 動物と伝説 - - ABC list .

. plants and their legends  植物と伝説 - - ABC list .

. trees and their legends  樹木, 木と伝説 - - ABC list .

. Persons, People, Personen and their legends - - ABC list .

. Legends about Kobo Daishi Kukai - 弘法大師 空海 - 伝説 .

. Japanese legends and tales 伝説 民話 昔話 - Introduction .

- Yookai 妖怪 Yokai Monsters of Japan -
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3 Apr 2019

HEIAN - sugegasa sedge hat legends


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. Japanese legends and tales 伝説 民話 昔話 - Introduction .
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sugegasa 菅笠と伝説 Legends about the sedge hat



. sedge hat, sugegasa 菅笠 .
bamboo hat, ajirogasa 網代笠 / straw hat, warabooshi 藁帽子
- kigo for summer -


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......................................................................................... Aichi 愛知県

noshi のし / warabi 蕨 bracken

source : 門前の小僧
Once a woman was cutting weeds at the river pool were they often pick bracken
She saw 小僧 a young temple acolyte with a sedge hat coming from the river.
This must be the spirit of the bracken, she thought and swung the hatched in a circle. The young acolyte jumped in astonishment, turned into a pebble and fell back into the river.

. warabi わらび(蕨) bracken, fern .




......................................................................................... Ehime 愛媛県
今治市 Imabari city 大西町 Onishi cho town

kinugasa no Benten sama 衣笠の弁天様 Benten with a special hat
The lord of the castle from 重茂山 Omoesan, 岡部十郎 Okabe Juro, had a daughter who was quite intelligent and beautiful. After the castle was lost in war, she survived and tried to re-gain her former estate. But as she fled, her pursuers recognized her by the damaged sedge hat, so she sat down and killed herself.
The villagers later built a small Shrine in her honor and venerated her as Benten Sama with a special hat for women.
If someone comes to this Shrine and makes a vow never to wear a sedge hat, he will find divine protection.

. Benten 弁天と伝説 Legends about Benten .


source : 市女笠の旅姿 / hiro さんの作品




......................................................................................... Fukuoka 福岡県
宗像郡 Munakata district 福間町 Fukuma machi town

kane no sei 金の精 the spirit of wealth
Once a man prayed to his ujigami 氏神 family deity to make him rich, even if he must give his daughter as a sacrifice.
On that night, his daughter died. On the evening of the seventh day after her death, the spirit of wealth appeared and showed him the way to a treasure. But there was a strong storm and wind that night and by the time he reached the spot, the treasure had gone.
A sedge hat with the inscription 牟田尻の善助 Mutajiri no Zensuke had fallen down on the spot.
The man kept this hat as a treasure and soon became rich after all.

. ujigami 氏神 the Clan deity, family deity .




......................................................................................... Hyogo 兵庫県
出石郡 Izushi district 高橋村 Takahashi mura village

kitsune 狐 fox and tanuki 狸 badger
Once upon a time, a short man named 覚太郎 was walking over 赤花峠 the Akabana pass , when a sedge hat came rolling down. He wanted to catch it but it moved on and he followed it.
Later someone saw two beautiful girls coming down the pass, but when he came closer they turned into boozu 坊主 priests.
This must have been the prank of a fox or Tanuki, he thought.




. boozu 坊主と伝説 Legends about priests .




......................................................................................... Niigata 新潟県

kasa Jizoo 笠地蔵 Sedge Hats for Jizo Bosatsu
冬の夜、山奥でお婆さんと二人で暮らしていたお爺さんが、菅笠を売りに町へ行ったおり、雪をかぶっていたお地蔵さんに笠をかぶせたところ、そのお地蔵さんが恩返しに餅をついてくれた。
also known as Hibō Jizō 被帽地蔵 Hibo Jizo



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A long time ago, there lived an old man and a woman who were poor but kind.

It happened on one year-end day.
The old man and woman were making hats made from straw.
They were going to sell the hats in the town and buy rice cakes for New Year.

"There are five hats to sell. I guess I can buy rice cakes at least."
"I hope so. And please be careful because it will be snowy tonight."

The old man left home with his five hats.
Soon after he left, it began snowing.
Because the snow became worse, he hurried his way to the town.

When he arrived on the edge of his village, he found six Jizo standing in a row.
Snow piled up on their heads and shoulders.
The old man couldn't pass by the Jizos as they were.

"Oh, poor Jizos. You must be freezing under the snow. Put these hats on your head."

The old man put his hats on Jizos, which he was going to sell in the town.
But he only had five hats while there were six Jizos.
Then the old man took his hat off and put it on the sixth Jizo.

On returning home, the old woman were surprised and said,
"You came home so early. What happened with your hat?"
The old man told her about six Jizos.
"Oh you did such a nice thing. It doesn't matter if we have rice cakes for New Year or not."
She said so smiling.

At that night, they heard a song in the middle of the night.
♪Where is the old man's house?
♪We are here to give you a present in return.
♪Where is the old man's house?
♪We are here to give you a present in return.


The voice of the song came closer and closer. And finally when it arrived in front of the old man's house,
They heard a sound of leaving something and the voice disappeared after all.
The old man opened the door quietly. Then he saw the back view of Jizos with his hats on.
And he found tons of rice cakes for New Year and delicious foods in front of the house.

The end
- source : hukumusume.com/douwa/English... -





......................................................................................... Shiga 滋賀県
高島市 Takashima city

kitsune 狐 fox
About 30 years ago, two women went to the forest to collect sweet chestnuts. on the way one woman suddenly called
"You are a fox, a fox!" and begun to slash the woman with her knife. She would not stop and the sedge hat of the woman was all in tatters, even her face had great wounds.





......................................................................................... Shimane 島根県

. Sedge hat and Yamanokami .


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- reference : nichibun yokai database 妖怪データベース -

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. animals and their legends 動物と伝説 - - ABC list .

. plants and their legends  植物と伝説 - - ABC list .

. trees and their legends  樹木, 木と伝説 - - ABC list .

. Persons, People, Personen and their legends - - ABC list .

. Legends about Kobo Daishi Kukai - 弘法大師 空海 - 伝説 .

. Japanese legends and tales 伝説 民話 昔話 - Introduction .

- Yookai 妖怪 Yokai Monsters of Japan -
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29 Mar 2019

HEIAN - saotome rice planting legends


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saotome 早乙女と伝説 Legends about women planting rice


source : webun.jp/item...

. rice-planting woman, saotome 早乙女 / さおとめ .
- kigo for mid-summer -
sootome そうとめ、ueme 植女(うえめ)
satsuki me 五月女 "woman of May"
ie sotome 家早乙女(いえそうとめ) / uchi sotome 内早乙女(うちそうとめ)
saotome yado 早乙女宿 home with rice-planting women


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- - - - - ABC List of the prefectures :


......................................................................................... Ehime 愛媛県
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上浮穴郡 Kami-Ukena district

. Tengu legends from Ehime .

Once a saotome 早乙女 rice-planting maiden was singing a song, bending toward the direction of 久保田の天狗嶽 Mount Tengudake at Kubota.
The Tengu came close and wanted to imitate the song, but could not sing as beautiful as the maiden.
The Tengu got angry and since then during the rice-planting season it always rains.

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松山市 Matsuyama city

ninjutsu tsukai 忍術使い using Ninja tricks
At 氷室 Himuro was a person who could use Ninja tricks.
He once passed along a field where women were planting rice. He said
saotome o odorasete miyoo 早乙女を躍らせてみよう "Let us make the Saotome women dance!"
He threw some tree leaves on the ground and the women bagun to dance.




......................................................................................... Shimane 島根県

Tentoo sama no bachi 天道様の罰 the punishment of the Sun
The 湖山長者 rich man from Koyama always employed many Saotome to have his fields planted in just one day.
In one year during the time of rice planting, a mother monkey came along with his baby head-down on her back. The Saotome women looked at her for a long time and could not finish all the fields on this day.
So the rich man took his hand fan and pointed it toward the sun, blowing it away for just one hour longer to finish the rice planting.
His fields were planted, but as a punishment the Sun now sent water to flood it all in one day and make a lake out of it.

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邑智郡 Oochi district

. Saotome and Yama no Kami 山の神 God of the Mountain .
- and 大石家 the Oishi family




......................................................................................... Tokushima 徳島県
海部郡 Ama district 宍喰町 Shishikui town

On the Seasonal Festival in the fifth lunar month the Saotome are allowed to throw mud at the young men of the village.
If they do not do this, something bad will happen.

. tango no sekku 端午の節句 fifth day of the fifth lunar month




......................................................................................... Toyama 富山県

. daija, orochi 大蛇 the huge serpent, great snake - legends .
One year during the rice-planting season, a huge serpent had swallowed all the Saotome girls, but the kushi櫛 comb of one girl got stuck in her throat and she died.
In memory of this event the villagers built the shrine 櫛田神社 Kushida Jinja.





......................................................................................... Yamagata 山形県
米沢市 Yonezawa city 遠山 Toyama

monogusa taroo 物ぐさ太郎 "Do-Nothing-Taro" and his kitsune nyooboo 狐女房 fox wive
The wife of Monogusa Taro had died and he had to care for the fields alone. Among the Saotome he had hired there was one who worked very hard, like four or five persons at once.
He took her as his wife and soon they had a son. When the boy was three years old, the woman suddenly turned into a fox and left the home.
Now Monogusa Taro had to take care of the child while dilligently doing his farm work. He soon became rich and prosperous.
The Fox-Child lived to the ripe age of 80 years and his descendants all became rich farmers.


- reference : Monogusa Taro. From Rags to Riches and Beyond -




......................................................................................... Yamanahsi 山梨県
南部留郡 Minami-Tsuru district

matamegane 股めがね peeking through the legs
The fields for planting in one day had been decided for each Saotome.
In the evening one girl had almost finished and bend her head down to peek through her legs  - to see that a big part was still unfinished.
She was quite surprized that soooo much was still not done that she fell down and died on the spot.
Since then, this field is called Saotomeda 早乙女田 field of the rice-planting maiden.


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- reference : nichibun yokai database 妖怪データベース -

- - - writers named
早乙女善四郎
早乙女芳正
- - - books named
早乙女銭其他 - by 小林文夫
田の神と早乙女田 - by 大森義憲



source : blogs.yahoo.co.jp/yoshimizushrine...


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. animals and their legends 動物と伝説 - - ABC list .

. plants and their legends  植物と伝説 - - ABC list .

. trees and their legends  樹木, 木と伝説 - - ABC list .

. Persons, People, Personen and their legends - - ABC list .

. Legends about Kobo Daishi Kukai - 弘法大師 空海 - 伝説 .

. Japanese legends and tales 伝説 民話 昔話 - Introduction .

- Yookai 妖怪 Yokai Monsters of Japan -
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