auto-translate Fujisaki Shrine Fujisaki Shrine Tosa clan treasure old shrine worshiping the ancestors of Goto family. Yuuchi Kazutaka who served in the attack of Mr. Nobunaga Oshida of Echizen Asakura in the first year of Motofuma (1570), shot an arrow from the left eye corner to the right back tooth, although it killed the enemy. Although he tried to pull out the arrow, he was stepping on the face of Ichigata while wearing a straw and took out an arrow. Keicho 6 (1601), Ichiho who became the lord of Tosa entrusted Aki to the Five Fuji family, placing priority on the martial arts of purification. The warrior that became the trigger of martial arts became the heirloom of Goto&39;s family, and the straw which had been pursued was reported to have become the body of Fujisaki Shrine. In 1570, the most powerful warlord Oda nobunaga attacked warlord Asakura Yoshikage of Echizen (in Fukui Prefecture Yamauchi Katsutoyo, who joined Nobunaga&39;s army, slew the enemy general but was shot with an arrow. Goto Kichibe Tamekiyo, his chief vassal, In 1601, Yamauchi Katsutoyo, the new lord of Tosa, appointed the Goto family to toilet in the desolate, but it would desperately, but it would not desperately. His straw sandals are enshrined in Fujisaki Shrine as the object of worship.
auto-translate 藤崎神社藤崎神社土佐族古老的神社崇拜Gotoh家族的祖先。在Motokame（1570年）的第一年，在朝仓越前信长的长信信长的攻击中服役的Yuuchi Kazutaka，从左眼角落到右后角射了一支箭，尽管它杀死了敌人。虽然他试图拉出箭头，但是他一边踩着稻草一边踩着Ichigata的脸，然后拿出一支箭。 Keicho 6（1601），成为Tosa领主的Ichiho委托Aki加入五富士家族，优先考虑净化武术。成为武术触发器的战士成为后藤家族的传家宝，据报道，被追踪的稻草已成为藤崎神社的遗体。 1570年，最强大的军阀织田信长攻击了越前的军阀朝仓义明（在福井县）加入信长军的Yamauchi Katsutoyo杀死了敌人，但被箭射中了。他的主要附庸Goto Kichibe Tamekiyo，在1601年，土佐的新领主山内胜胜，任命Goto家族在荒凉的地方上厕所，但它绝望，但绝不会拼命。他的稻草凉鞋被供奉在藤崎神社作为礼拜的对象。
藤崎神社 Fujisaki Shrine
土佐藩 家老五藤家 の先祖をまつる神社。
元亀元年（# 1570）、織田信長 の越前朝倉氏 攻めに従軍した山内一豊 は、敵を討ち取ったものの、左の目尻から右の奥歯にかけて矢を射られた。重臣の為浄 は、その矢を抜こうとするがなかなか抜けず、わらじをはいたまま一豊の顔を踏み、矢を抜き取った。
The ancestors of the Goto family are enshrined here. The Goto family later held office as one of the chief retainers of Tosa Domain.
In 1570, the most powerful warlord Oda nobunaga attacked warlord Asakura Yoshikage of Echizen (in Fukui Prefecture). Yamauchi Katsutoyo, who joined Nobunaga's army, slew the enemy general but was shot with an arrow. It pierced his face from near the corner of his left eye through to the molars on his right side.
Goto Kichibe Tamekiyo, his chief vassal, tried to pull it out desperately, but it would not budge. So he stepped on Katsutoyo's face with his straw sandals on and was finally able to pull it out.
In 1601, Yamauchi Katsutoyo, the new lord of Tosa, appointed the Goto family to govern a part of Aki in reward for Tamekiyo's great service in the war.
The arrowhead, which triggered the start of his great service, became a family treasure of the Gotos. His straw sandals were enshrined in Fujisaki Shrine as the object of worship.