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Furthermore, in 1890, Yaezato Village was separated from Goshari Village, and in 1891, Goshari Village was renamed Joman Village, and Kiyokawa Village was separated from Karigawa Village. Amarume Village enforced the town system in 1918, Karigawa Village enforced the town system in 1937, and on October 1, 1954, 1 town and 2 villages of Tachiyazawa Village, Kiyokawa Village and Karigawa Town merged with Tachikawa Town, became. In the same year, on December 1, 1956, Amarume Town, Yamato Village, Izaai Village, Sakae Village, Joman Village, and Yaezato Village merged into Amarume Town, and on January 1, 1956, Amarume Town. The two villages of Senbonsugi and Kuwata were separated from each other and incorporated into Tachikawa Town. Then, on July 1, 2005, Amarume Town and Tachikawa Town merged to form Shonai Town. The town is located in the northwestern part of Yamagata prefecture, from the southeastern part to the center of the Shonai Plain. A long north-south terrain along the clear stream Tachiyazawa River, which has the summit of Mt. Gassan, and the Mogami River, one of the three major rapids in Japan. It borders Sakata City to the north and northwest, Tozawa Village to the east, Okura Village to the southeast, Tsuruoka City to the southwest, and Mikawa Town across the Mogami River. It is a turning point connecting the regions and a gateway to the Shonai region. The climate is generally oceanic and relatively warm, but in winter the closer to the south (Moonyama side), the heavier the snowfall, the stronger the monsoon from the northwestern part (Sea of Japan side), and From spring to autumn, the strong winds in the east-southeast from the valley of the Mogami River are famous as “Kiyokawa-Dashi（It is counted as one of the three major local winds in Japan and is a representative example of isthmus winds. The Mogami River passes through the Mogami Gorge (a gorge with a width of about 1 km and a length of about 10 km that forms the saddle of the Dewa Hills).）”. It is about 22.2 km east-west, about 38.9 km north-south, and has an area of 249.17 km2, making it the 12th largest area in the prefecture. By region, forests account for about 62.9% and rice fields account for 22.8%. “Amarume Hachiman Shrine” : This shrine is located in Amarume, Shonai Town, and was founded in 719 when it was said that it solicited the spirit of Usa Hachimangu (Usa City, Oita Prefecture, Buzen Kuniichigu). It was the vassal of Mr. Fujiwara Oshu and the deity of Mr. Sato. In the Kamakura period, Minamoto no Yoritomo gave him the title of Amarume Hachimangu Shrine, and he was the general guardian of Amarume Township. It is said that the priest of Saigoku Fudasho solicited the sand from the Saigoku Fudasho (takes the sand home) and established it as the 33 Kannon sacred sites in the Shonai region. Reorganized in 1950, there are now 35 sacred sites across the five cities of Sakata, Tsuruoka, Yuza, Shonai, and Mikawa.) It was worshiped as one of Hachiman. In the Middle Ages, Mr. Anbo ruled the area around the area, and in 1362 he relocated Amarume Hachiman Shrine as the guardian shrine of his own building. For a long time after that, it was on the site of Mr. Anbo’s mansion, but in the early modern period, 1637, he moved to the site for the first time in 260 years. The current Amarume Hachiman Shrine is an old building built in 1814, and it is said that it adopted the same ceremony as the Dewasanzan Shrine Sanjingo Shrine, and the worship hall and the main shrine are integrated and the palace is enshrined inside. The exterior of the hall of worship is the hip gable roof, thatched roof, 5 girders, a large staggered gable in front, and the eaves gable is used for the 3 間’s, and the xylem is colored in various colors, mainly vermilion. The detailed sculptures are also fine and elaborate, and the wrestler statues are often seen in northern Yamagata and southern Akita prefectures, and are thought to have a strong local color. The hall of worship and the palace are the remains of the shrine building in the latter half of the Edo period and are excellent in design, so they were designated as tangible cultural properties designated by Shonai Town in 1992. There are many sacred treasures. Inakari exhibition map (votive tablet: 1 sheet) and Anbo Akiyama discussion map (votive tablet: 2 sheets) (竪矧黒塗皺韋包二枚胴具足（1領）, 有栖川熾仁親王書「八幡宮」1 width) is designated as a tangible cultural property designated by Shonai Town. Religious deities: Tamayorihime, Ohohirume, Emperor Homutawake, Toyoukebime, Okinagatarashime no Mikoto. Large shrine: village shrine. “六渕/ 瀬場砂防堰堤（立谷沢地内）” : Rokubuchi and Seba, two sabo dams constructed in the 1950s. It is made of boulder concrete, the beautiful curve of the water passage part, and it was made by the high technology and skill of the time, and it is difficult to restore it now, and it seems to be a very valuable sabo dam. The words “Mokushiteyu; By Yasushi Kurakami (Former Mogami River Sabo Construction Office Construction Manager)” engraved on the back of the stone monument on the Saba Dam express the spirit of those involved in the difficult construction. In the Tachiyazawa River basin, there are many monuments to the dragon and water gods that tell the history of suffering from flooding. It was registered as a tangible cultural property registered in Japan in 2017. Nationally designated important cultural property (natural monument) : イヌワシ（くじゅう山系）, Prefectural designated important cultural property (building) : 笠塔婆（柿原）, 板碑（渕）, 宝塔及び五輪塔（七基）（龍原）, 宝塔二基（大龍）, 石幢（長野）, 祖霊廟宝塔二基（西長宝）, オダニの車橋（櫟木）, Prefectural designated important cultural property (building) : オダニの車橋, Tangible Cultural Property (Building) : 東大津留の宝塔二基（東大津留）, 摺原の宝筐印塔（高岡）, 田北氏宝塔（高岡）, 大應寺の無縫塔（庄内原）, 浄水寺の石幢（四面地蔵）（直野内山）, 高岡のキリシタン墓地（高岡）, 櫟木の阿南橋（櫟木）, Tangible cultural property (building) : 櫟木の阿南橋, Tangible Cultural Property (Sculpture) : 木造阿弥陀如来像及び観音 / 勢至菩薩立像（渕）, 天満渕神社の十一面観音像（渕）, Tangible cultural property (crafts) : 天満渕神社の鰐口（渕）, 永慶寺の茶釜（五ヶ瀬）, Tangible cultural properties (handwriting, books, ancient documents) : 大津留家文書（大分県立先哲史料館）, 田北家文書（高岡）, Natural monument : 小挾間山神社のクロガネモチ（小挾間）, 大分川の立木状炭化木及び火砕流（櫟木）, 中臣神社の神木アカガシ（阿蘇野））, Intangible folk cultural property : 庄内神楽（庄内町）. “Mikawa Town”, Located in the middle of the Shonai region on the Sea of Japan side of the prefecture, it is a flat area with a total area of about 33 km2. It faces Mt. Chokai, which is called Dewa Fuji in the north, and Mt. Gassan, a sacred mountain in the east. It is a rich place, adjacent to the castle town of Tsuruoka and the port town of Sakata. The Akagawa River, which runs along National Highway No. 7 that runs through the town, brings the blessings of the fertile land and is developing as one of the leading rice fields in the granary area, Shonai. Agricultural products other than rice, such as melons, shiitake mushrooms, and green onions, are actively produced and shipped not only locally but also to the Tokyo metropolitan area, and are highly evaluated. The town was born from Yokoyama Village, Togo Village, and Oshikiri Village. The name is derived from Sansen of the Akagawa River, Oyama River, and Fujishima River that flow through the town, and the fertile land created by each is always the yield per area even in the Shonai Plain, which is one of the leading breadbaskets in Japan. It is in the top class. The terrain of the spacious rural town is smooth, and the scenery overlooking the beautiful mountains such as Mt. Chokai and Mt. Gassan makes your heart clear. As a pure farming village from ancient times, Mikawa Town, which continues to coexist with nature, promotes and develops the region and moves forward while preserving the culture and environment that will lead to the next generation. A bone that seems to be an unknown creature, Degotsuchi (Tschinoko), is enshrined in the Soto Sect Eirinsan Kozenji Temple in a village called Zennami. In the Meiji era, when a pond in a nearby mountain was drought and brought “bones” from the bottom of the pond, unhappiness occurred one after another. According to the teachings of the shrine maiden, the discoverer gave a generous memorial service at Kozenji Temple. Is enshrined as the bone of a dragon god. In the village of Sukegawa in the town, there is a small pond called “Ono Komachi Pond”. There is a legend that Ono no Komachi was born in this area, and it was this pond that abandoned the hot water produced. It is also said that no matter how much it rains, it will not overflow. In the Oshikiri area, there is a straw-stacked Nio where a god snake called “Snake Nio” lives. A long time ago, a small straw nio flowed during the flood and stopped at the current position. Two snakes came out of it, so it was enshrined at a nearby shrine. However, at one point, the river overflowed again due to the flood and was washed away about 150 m downstream. Then, unhappiness occurred one after another in the area, and when I talked to the shrine maiden, there was a god’s announcement that Snake Nio wanted to return to the previous position, and while doing so, another flood occurred, and this time it was swept away It is said that it returned to its original position. アトク先生の館（Mikawa Town Cultural Exchange Center）: Known as the old house of Sanbongi. Built in the early Showa period, it was designed by Saichiro Miyajima, who also worked on imperial architecture. It is a one-story building made of cypress, with a copper plate roof, and a floor area of about 340 m2. The nickname is said to have been given by open recruitment because Tokusaburo Abe (1907-1994), who was the owner of the museum and taught at Yamagata University, was familiar with “Mr. Atoku” during his lifetime. It is said that the Ikezumi strolling garden was built in the Genroku period of the Edo period by collecting famous trees and rare stones from all over the country at a huge cost of 1,000 Ryos. Due to its design, it is known as one of the most famous gardens in Shonai. In addition to the doll displayed at Girls’ Festival being exhibited in March every year, a tea party is held in May and November with a view of the garden. It is also known as the filming location for “Departures; おくりびと,” which won the 81st Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film; 2009, International Feature Film Award. Japanese ginger is a perennial plant of the ginger family. The place of origin is East Asia, and it is said that cultivars cultivated in China have spread to various places, and it grows naturally in Japan, China, the Korean Peninsula, and so on. The description has been confirmed in the Wei Shi Yajinden around the 3rd century. It is said that only Japanese people eat Japanese Myoga, but even in China, it is prized for stir-fry in some areas. However, it seems that Chinese Myoga is used exclusively for Chinese herbs, and I heard that only Japan grows it as an ingredient. I usually eat flower ears from the rhizome of Myoga, Flower Japanese wild ginger. Also called. Many of the items sold at retail stores and mass retailers are bright red, but at direct sales outlets, you can also see earthen and greenish Japanese ginger. In addition, there are many documents that describe that Japanese ginger was often used for the family crests of famous families in the Edo period. This was said to have been auspicious for the local affairs, such as the blessing of the gods and Buddha that they received without their knowledge. It seems that the Hosho style Nogaku performance to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Sakai clan, the former Shonai feudal lord, was held at the Shonai Shrine in Tsuruoka City on June 14, 2022. It seems that Kazufusa Hosho, a 20-something Soke, and Mansai NOMURA, an Izumi-style kyogen master, performed a celebration. It seems that about 120 people concerned gathered in front of the shrine’s hall of worship. The performance was “OLD MAN”, which dances in prayer for peace reigns in the land, peace of the land, and bumper crops. It seems that the Hosho-style Mikawa family served the Sakai family as Nogaku; noh play leaders for generations.
The subcommittee in the jurisdiction is based on the original bright red standard table, and the standard is 75% or more of bright red and 1.5 cm or more in diameter, and those that have completely bloomed after flowering are removed. Also, at the time of shipment, it seems that after washing with water, it is drained sufficiently and the handle is cut to about 1 cm.
Although the history of Japanese ginger is so old in Japan that it is written in the “Wei Shi Yajinden” written in the 3rd century, I heard that only Japan grows it as a vegetable. It is also attractive that it can be chopped and sprinkled with dried bonito and soy sauce, used as an ingredient in miso soup, and can be used not only as a condiment but also as a single dish. Also, when boiled with eggplant, it goes very well. When I was a child, the memories I had often made and tasted by my grandmother still reappear. Young Japanese ginger stalks are cultivated without light, and the ones that are reddish by exposing them to the sun for a short time are called “Myogatake” and are said to be on the market from March to May.
茗荷瀬神楽: 民俗芸能の里, 庄内町には, 今でも約30の民俗芸能団体があるようだ. 地域の中で伝承されてきた芸能を絶やさないように先人達より引き継がれ, 保存活動をしている. 余目地域に伝わる神楽や近隣の鶴岡市長沼地域や酒田市新堀, 門田にも伝授されたと伝えられる歴史あるものだ. 巫女舞, 神楽舞, 剣ノ舞, 雑魚掬（ざこすき）舞, 鳥刺舞など多種の舞が行われる. 高い評価と共に, 1993年2月に, 町の無形民俗文化財に指定.