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Double-sided lodging(Ryomensukuna) is old,Emperor NintokuIn the age ofHidaA strange person who is said to have appeared inspiritsIs. "Japanese calligraphy]Martial arts bear lifeWhile being considered a thief that was defeated byGifuThe local tradition of exterminating poison dragons and templesOpening baseBecameAustralianThere is also an anecdote that it is.
Description of "Nihon Shoki"
Double-sided lodging appears in the article of Emperor Nintoku in the Nihon Shoki.
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(Modern translation)In XNUMX years, there was one person in Hida Province.It's called a lodging.There were two faces on one body, each facing the other side.The top of the head was fitted and there was no nape, each of the torso had limbs, and there were knees but no bends and heels.He was powerful and light, with swords on his left and right, and two bows and arrows with his four hands.There, he enjoyed looting from the people without obeying the imperial order (Sumeramikoto).Therefore, I sent Naniwa no Nekotake Furukuma, the ancestor of Waniuji, to recite this.
The double-sided lodging is depicted as a bizarre figure with a total of eight limbs with faces on the front and back of the head. A white eagle bear that is said to have been destroyed by the Empress JinguAnd often appear in "Nihonshoki" and "Fudoki"TsuchigumoSimilarly, the variant can be thought of as a disdain for the forces that are not subject to royalization.The description of the Nintokuki is generallyYamato kingshipForces came into contact with the Hida region's Australians,5st centuryIs a reflection of the fact of conquest in..However, in the Hida region4st centuryThe Mikkamachi Otsuka Tumulus and Kamezuka Tumulus have already been built in the area, and after being incorporated into the sphere of influence of the imperial court, some kind of rebellion occurred, and it should be regarded as representing the process of obedience at that time. It is also pointed out that..Also, from the depiction that there are no "hikagami" or "heels", it is possible to imagine the mountain people of Hida wearing shin pads and shaped gables (nail skin: heels)..
Local tradition of Gifu prefecture
In "Nihon Shoki", it is a double-sided inn that is said to be a thief against the imperial order,Hida countryからMino countryVarious folklore remains along the old road, and many of the contents are different from the description in "Nihon Shoki".The main folklore is listed below.
Genwa7 years(1621/) Senkoji, which has an inscription,TakayamaNyugawa TownShibusayama in ShimoboSenkoji Temple (Takayama City)The auspicious characters are written. According to this, there was a person called Shushoku in the Hida country when Emperor Nintoku emerged from the rock cave of Dewagahira, Hiyagamo. The body is an eighteen-year-old, an incarnation of the Savior Kannon, which has both sides and four elbows and legs. At this time, there is a sarcophagus in the soil at the top of the mountain, which is part of the Hokke Sutra.Senju KannonSaid that he got the whole picture of.. Also in Niugawa TownZenkyujiIt is said that the founding of the temple is a double-sided inn, and the principal imageBuddha BuddhaIn addition to, place a wooden image of a double-sided lodging. Also,Mt. KuraiyamaIt is said that the double-faced lodging Samurai attacked the demon "Nanabo" in (Ichinomiya Town, Takayama City) at the command of the Emperor.. Hida near Mt. KuraiyamaIchinomiyaMinashi ShrineBut there isKyohoIn "Fushu Zhi", which has been compiled annually, "Hair of Seven Fires" is cited as one of the treasures, and the legend of the Shinto family describes the legend that the seven demons were cut down by Kamui..
The tradition of Kanayama
According to "Kanayama-cho", Hida's two-sided inn, who knew that Budo Kumamei would come to subjugation, left Hagago Himen Dewagadaira.JinshanHe stayed at Mt. Jinmori for 37 days and set himself up in many Takasawa in Tsubo, but was defeated and killed. There is a mystery to this, and the double-sided lodging that flew from Idemitsu to Oyama in Kanayama is 37 days long.Nara NunAnd prayed for national security and good harvest and left for Takazawa. Therefore, this mountain is called Mt. Shimori and it is said that the villagers built the Kannon-do and celebrated it..
The tradition of Shimonoho, Seki City
Dainichiyama drawn in "Shinsen Minoshi"Niryuhoji TempleIt is said that in a temple biography, a four-sided alien who was in Hida country subdued Takazawa's many poison dragons. afterwardsGyokiBuilt the cathedral and enshrined the statue of Senju Kannon. Senbon Hinoki is said to be overgrown with a cane inserted by this stranger into the ground. Or this alien moved to Takasawa more than Hida, and was also said to have been a ghost of Kannon after being told by Reimu. Also, in the "Minogoku Kannon Pilgrimage," the foundation of Niryuuhouji is designated as "two-sided four-handed man"..
Position of tradition
The legend that is scattered in Nobi is that the double-sided dwelling is not a mere thief but a Hida's powerful subordinates, even if it follows the description of "Nihonshoki". On the other hand, he is suitable for local heroes, such as exterminating dragons and evil spirits (Mt. Kuraiyama, Takasawayama), and being involved in the auspices of temples (Senkoji, Zenkyuji, Niryupinji). It seems that the people of the land continued to worship the ancient Australians who resisted the Yamato royal power.
However, many of the legendsEdo PeriodThese are described below. Even if faith in the Edo period is based on traditional lore, it is difficult to connect the double-sided encampment that appears in the Nihon Shoki with the construction of the temple. I don't see a canonical theory about the origin of these legends, but in the double-sided lodging that appears in the lore of the land, I found the remnants of a hero who was dwarfed by the royal power and survived by hiding in the shadow of the Kannon faith. Some researchers envision the original deity of the Hida Ichinomiya Mizunashi Shrine.
Niryuhoji TempleIn the luck of the two-sided inn, he wears armor on his body and holds a halberd, a tin cane, an ax, and an octagonal cypress cane in each of his four hands, and his existence is said to be a hero of salvation. Regarding the tradition of "Nihon Shoki", during the time of Emperor Nintoku5st centuryIt is the time of the anterior pituitary, and it is unlikely that Buddhism arrived in the Japanese archipelago during this time.[why?], Also said to have defeated the double-sided lodgingMartial arts bear lifeIs a little earlier than RendeShingo Empress-Emperor OshinIt is considered that the folklore is inconsistent as a whole because he was a military commander who was active in the era of[Source required]..However, the article on the double-sided folklore is the first look at the national history of the region of Hida, and some people think that it is not just a mysterious folklore, considering the heroic folklore that is handed down locally.[Source required]..Regarding this, Toshio Hoga argues that the double-sided lodging may have expressed the twin (two) brother rulers as one..
- The double-sided inn statueSenkoji Temple-Zenkyuji-Niryuhoji TempleThey all have faces on the front and back of their heads, and they wear Kara-style armor and an ax or sword.The one at Zenkyuji holds an ax sideways in the hands that are in the palm of one's hand.IdatenSimilar to the image of.Yen skyThe statue (Senkojizo), which is said to be a work, has a second face on its shoulder.
- In a 2006 excavation survey,KinkiRuralWakayama CityIwahashi Chizuka burial moundsDainichizan 35 burial mounds in6st centuryPeople with faces on both front and backHaniwaExcavated (head only). This double-sided haniwa is often used by norihaniwaGood beautyAre doing However, it is not clear at present about the relationship with double-sided lodging.
- In reality, there are cases where the head and waist are joined together (Twins), and therefore not impossible.First kidLike, it can be said that it is a phantom with a medical explanation. However, the first boyfolkloreWhile it is spoken in the fields of medicine and medicine, lodging is often spoken from an archaeological point of view.
- TakayamaAs vegetables of specialty product of Niugawa-cho,Inn pumpkinThere is.
- Roman mythology OfJanusAlthough there is a similarity in appearance (faces on both front and back), the geographical proximity to Japan is that of the Sumatra West Sea.Nias IslandIs Silewe Nazarata (the sister and wife god of Loirangi). This deity is represented as two faces (and hermaphrodite).. If it's just a multifaced god, Iyo no Najima (Shikokujima) and Chikushijima (Kyushujima), which are mentioned in "Kojiki", are said to be gods.
- In Nakatsuhara, Kanayama-cho, Gero cityShimohara Hachiman ShrineIs a god of war, where Takeshi Kumamei, who came to Hida to subdue the double-sided inn, set up a temporary funeral home here.Hachimanjin) Is said to be the origin of the shrine.
- Double-sided lodging (Toyota Tsuyoshi, Hayakawa Bunko) --Recorded in several anthologies in addition to the short stories of the author whose title is this.The characters in the novel are thinking about double-sided lodging.
- Professor Munakata(Noshinobu Hoshino) --The double-sided inn is considered in the "Double-sided inn".
- Jigoku Sensei (Original:Sho Makura・Drawing:Tsuyoshi Okano,Weekly Shonen Jump) --The main character, Meisuke Nueno, breaks the seal in the mountains of Shinshu and revives.He gained the power of the mountains and became powerful and attacked the people, but was repelled by the hands of the demons.
- Magic round(Underestimation,Weekly Shonen Jump) --It is depicted as a curse possessed by the main character, Yuji Itadori, but it is a little different from the mythical Ryomen Sukune, and is originally a human being.Also known as the King of Curses.
- ^ "Nipponshoki" Emperor Nakaso XNUMXth year "Katsumono Tamura [Konomono Kotono Nori Tori] Ariwa Shirokuma eagle, its people, strong personality, Tsubasa, Nohi, Kosho, Korei, Inoue, every person"
- ^ "History of Gifu Prefectural History", Chapter 1, Section 1.
- ^ a b Takao Hisao"Double-sided lodging and Hida Kunizo"Kinoki Furuki no Fusama", 2010.
- ^ Susumu Haga “Hida no Hero no Shuten” (Koichi Mori, et al., “Reading History in Legend,” Taisakusha, 2006)
- ^ Tadataka Hasegawa "Fushu-shi" appendix "Senkoji" (Rihei Okamura's "Hida Monographs Vol. 1" Sumii Shoten, 1911)National Diet Library Digital Collection
- ^ "Gifu Prefecture Place Name Japan History Place Name Daikei 21" (Heibonsha, 1989) "Himo Village".
- ^ a b Written by Shogo Watanabe, "The Legend of Japan 7" (Mizuumi Shobo, 1982) "Two-sided lodging".
- ^ "Fushu Zhi Vol. 24" ("Shinto Taikei Shrine Edition XNUMX Mino/Hida/Shinano Kuni")
- ^ Okada Bunen "Minoshi Shinseng" (Michikazu Kamiya, 1900)National Diet Library Digital Collection
- ^ Meiji6th year (1873) published "Hiitago Fudoki" ("Dainippon Geographical Journal Series 30, 31" Yuzankaku, 1970)
- ^ Yasushi Nagafuji "About the double-sided lodging of'Nitokuki'-Hidden hero tradition-" Meiji UniversityBulletin of Faculty of Letters, No. 109, Meiji University Literary Study Group, November 2009, pp. 11-4, ISSN 03895882, NOT 40016907760.
- ^ Tara Obayashi "The Genealogy of Mythology: Searching for the Origin of Japanese Mythology" Kodansha Academic Library 12th printing 2002 (1st printing 1991) ISBN-4 06-158957-1 p.287
- ^ Kanayama-cho Magazine Compilation Committee "Kanayama-cho Magazine" Gero City, 1975, p. 979.