2011年08月09日

最近思うこと

3月の震災から早いもので、五ヶ月がたとうとしています。

今日のNHKで宮崎駿親子の特集を見たんですけど、やっぱり職人というかプロというか考え方が大変なもんだと感嘆してしまいました。

震災に対しての構えというかなるほどな。と思いました。

今回の震災で日本(人)に与えた影響というのは、目に見えにくい部分にも大きな影響があるんだと思った次第です…

具体的なことは何一つかいておりませんが…
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2011年02月02日

rickshaw

A simple, two-wheeled, hooded carriage for transporting one or two passengers, which is pulled by a man.
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2011年01月02日

new year

May Christmas and the coming New Year brings Happiness and Health to you and your families.
 
May you have more prosperous New year for your business.
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2010年09月08日

Yamaura Palace

This was a popular name for the Ensho Temple. Located in the Yamaura district of Obitoke Village, this was a prestigious Zen nunnery whose abbotess was selected from among the daughters of the imperial family and the nobility. At the time, Princess Bunshu, daughter of Prince Fushimi, was the resident abbotess.
ラベル:palace temple
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2010年08月12日

ancient chronicles

This term refers collectively to the Kojiki[Record of Ancient Matters] and the Nihon-shoki [Chronicles of Japan]. The Kojiki, written in 712, is Japan's oldest history book. Nihon-shoki, the oldest official history of Japan, was completed in 720.
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2010年07月19日

Battle od Toba-Fushimi

   Fought in January 1868 on the outskirts of Kyoto, in the towns of Toba and Fushimi, this battle between the Tokugawa shogunate troops and the rebellious proimperial forces belonging to the Satsuma and Choshu domains resulted in the defeat of the shogunate troops and ensured the success of the Meiji Restoration.
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2010年06月28日

physically polluted for seventy-five days

 The strong feeling that childbirth brought defilement gave rise to a custom whereby a woman who had given birth was considered to be polluted for a period, she was forbidden from doing household chroes and from worshiping at shrines or temples.
ラベル:physically
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2010年02月27日

Jusan Pass

 The Mountain pass on one of the main routes between Kawachi and Harima.
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2009年11月11日

fabric of a most complicated pattern

 This refers to kasuri, a kind of cloth with hazed patterns of white and blue, produced by weaving threads that are partially dyed with natural indigo.
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2009年11月03日

trousseau in five loads

 A bride's trousseau consisting of two wardrobes, two long chests, and one pair of boxes suspended from the ends of a pole which a bearer carried o his shoulder. The number of loads, five, indicates the family's prestige since the usual number permitted in the edo district was three.
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2009年10月16日

head of a group of local villages

 During the Edo period (1603-1867), the village head, known as shoya, was appointer by the lord of the clan to which the village belonged. Selected from among the prominent families in the village, the village head was responsible for collecting taxes and handling other administrative work. Village heads were, in turn, supervised by an ojoya, who was the "head of a group of local villages."
ラベル:SAMURAI local
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2009年10月14日

Inoko Festival

A festival held after the harvest season and before the coming of winter to give thanks for rich crops and to pray for health in the coming winter. Held on one of the two or three days of the boar that fall during the month of the boar (the tenth month of the lunar calendar), this harbest festival marked the day for making preparations for winter, such as setting up the heating device knows as kotatsu
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2009年10月10日

purifying fire

This term refers to an esoteric Buddhist fire ritual, known as goma, in which the officiant made a fire using inscribed tablest as firewood and invoked the deity. This fire (symbolizing wisdom) was said to burn away defilements (symbolized by the firewood) and eradicate harmful influences caused by evil spirits.
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2009年10月02日

incantation

A prayer ritual, known as yosekaji, which designed to invoke the Buddha's compassion. It was performed in the prescnce of many people who had been asked to gather for the occasion. An incantation required an officiant, who was usually a yamabushi, and a medium, who was usually a young girl. Since illness was generally attributed to the presence of evil spirits, the yamabushi's task was to identify the evil spirit to be exorcised and drive it out.
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2009年09月26日

gohei

Asacred staff, or wand, with cut and folded paper streamers. During an incantation, the gohei served as a vessel for the god or as a conductor through which the god could enter the medium's body. The gohei was also used to attract the gods or it could be waved as a gesture of purification.
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2009年09月24日

ascetic monk

Here, this term refers to a practitioner of Shugendo, which was a form of mountain worship indigenous to Japan. These ascetic monks, known as shugenja or yamabushi, practiced austerities in the mountains and sought either to invoke or exorcise spirits by performing fires and the chanting of magical formulas.
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