31 Dec 2017

DARUMA - Darumapedia on Facebook


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The Darumapedia has expanded over the years.
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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 .

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. Fudo Myo-O 不動明王 .   



. Jizo Bosatsu Gallery 地蔵菩薩  .

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. Enku - Master Carver 円空  .




. Buddhist Temples - Japan .   



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. Japan in Spring .   

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. Japan - New Year Season .   




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. Japan - Animals .   

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. Haiku Culture Magazin .



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. Kobayashi Issa .



. Yosa Buson .



. Masaoka Shiki .


. Mongolia Saijiki - Mongolian Haiku .   



. WKD - World Kigo Database .  



. Japanese Haiku Poets  .   



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21 Jan 2017

TENGU - Rokushakubo Tengu Ontake



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Rokusekiboo 六石坊 Rokuseki-Bo
御嶽山六石坊 / 御岳山六石坊 Ontakesan (Mitakesan) Rokuseki-Bo


He is one of the
. 四十八天狗 48 Important Tengu of Japan .

He is quoted in many references, but it seems it is a mix-up (or spelling mistake) with

Rokushakuboo 六尺坊 Rokushakubo, Rokushaku-Bo

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Mount Ontake (御嶽山 Ontake-san), also referred to as Mount Kiso Ontake (木曽御嶽山 Kiso Ontake-san),



the second highest volcano in Japan (after Mount Fuji) at 3,067 m.
It was thought dormant, but on September 27, 2014, it erupted.
- source : wikipedia

Mount Ontakesan has various peaks populated with individual Tengu.
Ontake shinkō 御嶽信仰 Ontake Shinko is the religion of the region.

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Beliefs and practices associated with Mt Ontake in Kiso (Nagano Prefecture).
It is a mountain cult chiefly supported by confraternities (kō) and religious organizations (kyōkai). It is not clear when Ontake began to be considered a sacred mountain but from the fact that it was of old called Ō no mitake ("The Monarch, Mitake"), it can be inferred that it was related to the Mitake cult of Kimpusen at Yoshino of the Heian period.
It is thought that by the Kamakura period Ontake was revered as a provincial guardian by local shugenja influenced by Kumano and Yoshino: medieval saimon (statements read before the kami during rituals) owned by Ontake Jinja in the village of Ōdaki and founder legends record that buddhas and kami associated with Kumano and Ōmine were revered, and in the Shin sarugaku-ki (Fujiwara Akihira, 1058-65),
Ontake is listed together with Tateyama and Hakusan as a place where Shugendō was practiced.
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- source : kokugakuin, Nakayama Hajime -

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木曽御嶽山の天狗たち - Many Tengu lived at the peaks of this mountain


source : toki.moo.jp/gaten/701-750/gate734

前山 - 三笠山 刀利天坊 Mikasayama - Toriten-Bo
前山 - 八海山 大頭羅坊 Hakkaisan - Daizura-Bo
(摩利支天山 Marishiten Yama) on 阿留摩耶山 the peak Arumayasan アルマヤ坊 Arumaya-Bo

But Rokushaku-Bo was thought to be an incarnation of the deity 御嶽権現 Ontake Gongen.
So he is thought of to be rather special and the leader of them all. He he lived on the Main Peak,
Kengamine 剣ケ峰 (3063.4m).

. Marishitengake in the Kiso Mountains .

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Rokushakuboo 六尺坊 Rokushakubo, Rokushaku-Bo
Climbing Mount Ontakesan for religious practises was very dangerous in former times and the Shugendo priests usually never came back.
It was a place where the Tengu Kodama spirits lived.
One of the few who took residence here was the Tengu Rokushaku-Bo (六尺棒).

. Kodama 木霊 / 木魂 The Tree Spirit .



source : toki.moo.jp/gaten/201-250/gate210


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The volcano Mount Ontake has produced five crater lakes.
One of them is Sannoike 三ノ池 The Third Lake.
Its waters are said to have healing properties and many people come here to drink it.


source : toki.moo.jp/gaten/201-250/gate209

Legend says the present shelter hut used to be the living quarters of
アルマヤ坊天狗 Arumaya Tengu.

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. Legends and Tales from Japan 伝説 - Introduction .

- reference : nichibun yokai database 妖怪データベース -
28 legends about 御嶽 長野 (00)


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. Legends and Tales from Japan 伝説 - Introduction .

. Mingei 民芸 Regional Folk Art from Japan .

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19 Jan 2017

HEIAN - Tengu no Ma - Legends


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. Japanese legends and tales 伝説 民話 昔話 - Introduction .
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Tengu no Ma 天狗の間 - 伝説 Legends about the Tengu Room
Tengu-no-ma - "Tengu's Room", Tengu ("Long-Nosed Goblin") room


. Tengu 天狗と伝説 Tengu legends "Long-nosed Goblin" .
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- - - - -and konoshiro このしろ fish legends, see below

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羽咋村 Hakui

In the home of the 雄谷家 Oya family, there is Tengu Room. From time to time they hear the sound of drums and flutes from there.



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吉野郡 Yoshino district 野迫川村 Nosegawa vilage

At the pass 陣ヶ峰峠 Jingamine Toge there is the tea stall 天狗見茶屋 Tengumi Chaya with a room of 8 tatami mats, the Tengu no Ma 天狗の間 Tengu Room.
The son of this family, 仙太郎 Sentaro, was quite a Yakuza hanging around gambling. So the Tengu came to teach him a lesson and waited in front of the house.
But Sentaro did not listen to his sermon and instead invited him to come along gambling. The angry Tengu picked up the young man and threw him into the large Tengu Room. Sentaro was quite surprized, fell ill and soon died. That is how the room got its name.



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Tengu no ma no yuurei 天狗の間の幽霊 The Ghost of the Tengu Room



This room is located in the 5th floor of 松江城 Matsue castle.

Once upon a long time, the new lord of Matsue castle wanted to relax in the Tengu Room of the main castle tower.
Suddenly a lovely maiden with a robe from the Heian period came right out of the back wall.
The lady told the lord:
"This castle (konoshiro) belongs to me. I want to have it back. Please leave here at once!"

The young lord soon realized that this was something quite unusual and thought about it for a while. Then he told the maiden:
"If you want (kono shiro この城) this castle so much, I will give it to you. Please wait here for a while!"

He left the Tengu Room and went to the local fishermen to get some fish, which was called
konoshiro コノシロ (Konosirus punctatus).



But the fishermen were too afraid to walk up to the Tengu Room.
So the lord said:
"Well, then, I will bring her the fish!"
As he said so, a young retainer called 久弥 Kyuya came up and said:
"I will carry it up to the Tengu Room."



Kyuya placed the fish on a 三方 ritual tray for Shinto offerings and then went up all the stairs to the castle tower to the Tengu Room.
Nobody was in the room when Kyuya placed the tray with the fish on the ground.
Then the lovely maiden with a robe from the Heian period came out of the back wall.
She looked quite puzzled at the tray: "What is this supposed to be?"
Kyuya answered:
"This is Konoshiro, a fish. So please accept it as promised."
The lady hesitated.
"Please, accept the offering!" Kyuya insisted.
So she took the tray.
Indeed, the young Lord had succeeded in fooling the maiden and keeping her promise.


- - - - - Tengu no Ma, the Tengu Room

Next morning Kyuya found the tray near the central Honmaru building of the castle.
And the Lovely Lady was never seen again.
She had been a "human offering" when the castle was built. By mistake not a girl from the village but the daughter of the first owner of the castle had been burried.


. hitobashira 人柱 "human pillar" - human sacrifice .
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- Matsuo Basho, Oku no Hosomichi 奥の細道:
"I went to see the shrine of Muronoyashima. According to Sora, my companion, this shrine is dedicated to the goddess called the Lady of the Flower-Bearing Trees, who has another shrine at the foot of Mt.Fuji. This goddess is said to have locked herself up in a burning cell to prove the divine nature of her newly-conceived son when her husband doubted it. As a result, her son was named the Lord Born Out of the Fire, and her shrine, Muro-no-yashima, which means a burning cell.
It was the custom of this place for poets to sing of the rising smoke, and for ordinary people not to eat
このしろといふ魚 konoshiro, a speckled fish, which has a vile smell when burnt."

"Pay our respects to the Muro-no-Yashima Shrine.
Companion Sora relates: "The goddess here, Princess Konohanasakuya, is the same as at Mt. Fuji. She set fire to the birthing hut in proof of her wedding vows, so this place graced with the birth of Prince Hohodemi, and, from this, the shrine is called Muro-no-Yashima.
This is why the reading of smoke is practiced here."

They say that this fish when cooked gives off the smell of burning human flesh and therefore is associated with the Lady of the Flowerbearing Trees. This is also why people are forbidden to eat this fish.

. Station 4 - Muronoyashima, Muro no Yashima 室の八嶋 .

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. WASHOKU - Japanese Food Saijiki .

shad, gizzard shad, spotted shad 鮗 (このしろ)
Konosirus punctatus, Clupanodon punctatus

- kigo for all autumn -

shinko しんこ/ シンコ(新子) the smallest kohada fish
kohada 小鰭(こはだ) the bigger fish
konoshiro このしろ the grown fish

By changing its name, this fish is a typical "career fish" (shusse sakana) and thus auspicious for festival food.

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. Japanese Legends - 伝説 民話 昔話 – ABC-List .

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愛媛県 Ehime 西条市 Saijo

Children which are born in an unusual position should not eat Konoshiro fish all their life long.

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香川県 Kagawa 三豊郡 Mitoyo district 高瀬町 Takase

At the shrine 日枝神社 Hie Jinja the fish Konoshiro is used as a kind of amulet to avoid disaster and crying at night by children.
This also holds for children born in the year Showa 24, 25 and 52.
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If a healthy person all of a sudden and for no good reason looses his health, it will often find an unusual death.
People can use the fish Konoshiro as an offering to avoid disaster. It is best to see the Shrine priest, because he can take a look at the face and make an apropirate diagnosis.

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- reference : Nichibun Yokai Database このしろ -

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江戸橋や鮗(このしろ)つもるふじの雪
Edobashi ya konoshiro tsumoru fuji no yuki

Edobashi bridge !
the snow of Mount Fuji
heaps up on Konoshiro fish


錐水 / 江戸弁慶 Edo Benkei / "Edo's tough men"
A haikai anthology compiled by Ikenishi Gonsui, 1680.

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すゞし江に鮗をうつ竿の露
suzushie ni konoshiro o utsu sao no tsuyu

加舎白雄 Kaya Shirao (1738 – 1791)

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. Osakabe no kami おさかべの神 at Himeji Castle .
Osakabe no Miko, a Yokai 妖怪 monster.


source : emmastyle.jp/articles/detail


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At 横川の大師 the Temple of Yokawa Daishi at Mount Hieizan, there is a Tengu Room. It is locked up with nails on all four sides.
Sometimes people can hear the sound of wings flapping inside.

. Myoogu, Myōgu 明救 Priest Myogu, Hieizan .
Tenjiku Tengu 天竺天狗 The Tengu from India, turned human.

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横浜を愛した昭和の文豪「大佛次郎 天狗の間 今昔散歩」
The famous author Daibutsu Jiro loved Yokohama.

. 大佛次郎 Daibutsu Jiro (1897 - 1973) .

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- reference : nichibun yokai database 妖怪データベース -
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. 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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16 Jan 2017

TEMPLE EDO - Gofunai temples 06 and 07


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. Gofunai 御府内八十八ヶ所霊場 88 Henro Temples in Edo .
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Nr. 06 - Fudoo-in 不動院 Fudo-In

- 五大山 Godaisan 不動院
港区六本木3-15-4 / Roppongi, Minato ward
Shingon Sect : 高野山真言宗



The origins of this temple are not clear.
The main statue is Fudo Myo-O 大日大聖不動威怒明王 .

麻布不動坂の一願不動さん
Azabu Fudozaka no Ichigan Fudo

also called
六軒町の目黄不動
Rokkenmachi no Meki Fudo - Fudo with Yellow Eyes

The date of its establishment is not quite clear, but it might have been relocated from 麹町平河町 Kojimachi Hirakawachoin 1658. It was moved to 麻布六軒町 Azsabu Rokkencho.
During the Edo period, 兒稲荷 Kabuto Inari in the compound was quite popular.


- ご詠歌 - chant of the temple 安楽寺 Anraku-Ji in Shikoku :
仮の世に知行争うむやくなり 安楽国の守護をのぞめよ
Kari no yo ni chigyōarasofu muyakunari anrakukoku no shugo o nozomeyo


- 朱印 - stamp of the temple :


- Homepage of the temple
- source : tesshow.jp/minato/temple_roppongi


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. Fudō Myō-ō, Fudoo Myoo-Oo 不動明王 Fudo Myo-O
Acala Vidyârâja - Vidyaraja – Fudo Myoo .


. Ichigan Fudo 一願不動 One Wish Fudo Temples .

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Nr. 07 - Shitsusenji 室泉寺 Shitsusen-Ji

- 源秀山 Genshuzan 永松院 Eisho-In  室泉寺 (シツセンジ)
渋谷区東3-8-16 / 3 Chome-8-16 Higashi, Shibuya ward
Shingon Sect : 真言宗



This temple was founded in 1700 by 快圓和上 on request of the fifth Shogun Tsunayoshi, in the ground of the estate of official 松平忠益 Matsudaira Sadamasu.
The main statue is 阿弥陀如来 Amida Nyorai.
The temple was first located in 芝金杉 Shiba and belonged to the 浄土真宗西本願寺派 Jodo Shinshu Sect.
In the hall 護摩堂 Goma-Do is a statue of 不動明王 Fudo Myo-O and one of 愛染明王 Aizen Myo-O.
They were made by the disciple of 南都招提寺開山 鑑真和尚, named 支卓律師.



- ご詠歌 - chant of the temple 十楽時 Juraku-Ji in Shikoku :
Ningen no hakku o hayaku hanarenaba itarankata wa kubon jūraku
人間の八苦を早く離れなば 到らん方は九品十楽


- 朱印 - stamp of the temple :


- hengaku 扁額 temple name plate -


- Homepage of the temple
- source : tesshow.jp/shibuya/temple


. Introduction of Amida Nyorai .




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. hengaku 扁額 temple name plate .

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- Kobo Daishi Kukai 弘法大師 空海 (774 - 835) -

. Gyoki Bosatsu 行基菩薩 (668 - 749) Saint Gyōki .

. Shikoku Henro Temple List 四国遍路  .

. Gofunai 御府内八十八ヶ所霊場 Pilgrimage to 88 Henro Temples in Edo .
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