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. Legends and Tales from Japan 伝説 - Introduction .
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kanmuri, kamuri 冠 crown, headdress, headgear
diadem - ookan 王冠, teikan 帝冠 Emperor's crown


worn by the Emperor of Japan, Shinto priests and courtiers.



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What Japan’s Royal Women Wear
What to Wear with a Tiara
The Less Revealing Robe Montante
When to Wear Hats
A hat, rather than a tiara, usually accompanies the robe montante for ceremonies conducted during the day.
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kankon sosai 冠婚葬祭 rituals of special personal occasions, like birth, wedding and death.

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. Legends and Tales from Japan 伝説 - Introduction .


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................................................................................. Kyoto 京都府

dooyoo 童謡 children songs
寛延の頃「かくおもへはかはるかやし」という童謡が流行り、程なく桜町天皇が崩御した。また宝暦12年には「安本丹猿にあり」という童謡が流行り、その年に桃園天皇が崩御し、仙洞がにわかに践祚した。安の字は女に冠を乗せており、また緋の宮というのも丹の字明けとよむ。また猿年であった。
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Tooru no Daijin no rei 融の大臣の霊 ghost of Minamoto no Toru // ikan 衣冠 robes for normal working
Most of the stories of ghosts are about people becoming ghosts and appearing as a dokuro 髑髏 skull.
In the old records Nihon Ryoiki, they were represented as dokuro 髑髏 skull. In the Heian period they were seen as the humans in their former life. When 宇多院 Emperor Uda (867 - 931) went to 河原院 Kawara-In, the former owner 源融公 Minamoto no Toru appeared in ikan 衣冠 formal working robes as a ghost to greet the visitor.


. Kawara no In 河原院 源融 Minamoto no Toru .

Nihon Ryoiki 日本霊異記 by 中田祝夫 Nakada Norio (1915 - 2010)
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Nihon Ryōiki (日本霊異記)
is an early Heian period setsuwa collection. Written by Kyōkai between 787 and 824, it is Japan's oldest collection of Buddhist setsuwa. It is three volumes in length.
Commonly abbreviated as Nihon Ryōiki, which means "Record of Miraculous Events in Japan," the full title is Nihonkoku Genpō Zen'aku Ryōiki (日本国現報善悪霊異記). It may also be read as Nihon Reiiki. The book has been translated into English under the title Miraculous Stories from the Japanese Buddhist Tradition, but this does not represent a literal translation of the Japanese title.
The work is composed of three parts contained within three volumes. Each volume begins with a preface, and the final volume contains an epilogue. There are a total of 116 tales all dealing with Buddhist elements. There are also a total of nine poems.
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................................................................................. Okinawa 沖縄県

見ると死ぬ踊り // 蔓草の冠
司達は「ザー」でのおつとめをすませると頭に蔓草の冠をつけ、白衣の聖装で拝所の森に行進する。そして、海浜で月夜の夜に「顕身(バルミ)」(裸体)で踊るという。男はもちろん、誰もこれを見てはいけない。見たら死ぬと信じられている。




................................................................................. Yamanashi 山梨県

. Yamanokami 山の神 and his crown .


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- reference : nichibun yokai database 妖怪データベース -
50 冠 (09) collecting


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初冠(うひかぶり)桃の宮女の打ち咲(ゑ)めり
uikanmuri - uikaburi


筑紫磐井 Tsukushi Bansei (1950 - )


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歳時記には「富士の初雪」「初冠雪の富士」 first snow on Mount Fuji
kigo for autumn



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1 comment:

Gabi Greve said...

Nihon Ryoiki 日本霊異記 Nihon Ryōiki
Record of Miraculous Events in Japan
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nihon_Ry%C5%8Diki
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