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2019/01/18

Tags: 松尾芭蕉 旧東海道 野ざらし紀行 伊賀上野 湖南蕉門 近津尾神社 幻住庵 幻住庵記 義仲寺 粟 滋賀県 大津市

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auto-translate Basho Matsuo Basho traveling in the sea way (1644 to 1694) Basho who was born in Iga Ueno first visited Otsu at the age of 42 (county, Sadahiro 1685). In the middle of the journey of "wild sweep travel", the younger brothers gathered under Basho who was staying in Otsu, Hunan Shaomon was formed. Since that time, Basho who liked Otsu was temporarily resided in Kusan at Kisozuka (current · Yoshinori temple, Otsu city Baba 1 - chome), then (Genroku San 1690) Kotatsu Ojo Shrine (Otsu city Kokubu 2 - chome) was in the precinct I stayed in Kusan "Gensanan" and wrote the 4 months I spent here in "Genshigami". Closing his 51-year-old life in Osaka, traveling (Genroku se 7 · 1694), the remains were buried in Yoshinari Temple by will. The former Tokaido former Tokaido passed through the east end of the Ishiyama station square, which is the current location, along the north and south, and from the investigation record by the Edo shogunate, the road width around this seems to have been three places (about 6 m). Along the old Tokaido area near Ishiyama station, pine trees known for Omi Hakkei "Awazu no Sumi" were spreading. Basho was born in Igaueno (Mie prefecture). He visited Otsu for the first time in 1685 at the age of 42. He stayed for a while in "Ozu" during his "Nozarashi-travel". At this time He gathered his pupils and founded the "Konan Shomon" Haiku-poet society, Basho, who loved Otsu, lived temporarily in a tea hut in Kisozuka (nowadays: Gichu-ji 1-chome, Banba, Otsd city). Here he wrote his famous poem. "Genjuan (2-chome, Kokubu, Otsų city) and lived there for a recorded period of four months. -ki ". In 1694, at the age of 51, he passing away during a travel to Osaka and following his will, buried in Gichu-ji temple. Old Tokaido" The ancient "Tokaido Highway" (ie, the main following connection in the eastern side of what is nowadays the square in front of Ishiyama railway station. According to records of th e Edo Shogunate Government, the width of the "Tokaido Highway" was about 6 meters here.
This place is celled "Awazu-no-seiran", one of the famous scenic spots of the Omi region (known as "Omi Hakkei"), and once an avenue flanked by pine trees extended here.

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auto-translate Basho Matsuo Basho在海上旅行(1644年至1694年)出生于Iga Ueno的Basho在42岁时首次访问大津(县,Sadahiro,1685)。在“野外扫荡旅行”的旅途中,弟弟们聚集在位于大津的巴蜀下,在湖南的Shaomon成立。从那时起,喜欢大津的Basho暂时居住在Kisanzuka(当前·Yoshinori寺,大津市Baba 1 - chome)的Kusan,然后(Genroku San 1690)Kotatsu Ojo Shrine(Otsu city Kokubu 2 - chome)在该区域我住在Kusan“Gensanan”,写了我在“Genshigami”度过的4个月。旅行(Genroku se 7·1694)结束了他在大阪的51岁生活,遗骸被遗骸埋葬在吉野寺。前东海道前东海道穿过石山车站广场的东端,这是当前的位置,沿着南北,从江户幕府的调查记录,这周围的道路宽度似乎已经有三个地方(约6米)。在石山站附近的旧东海道地区,以Omi Hakkei“Awazu no Sumi”而闻名的松树正在蔓延。 Basho出生于Igaueno(三重县)。他于1685年第一次访问Otsu,享年42岁。他在“Nozarashi-travel”期间在“Ozu”逗留了一段时间。他聚集了他的学生并创立了“Konan Shomon”Haiku-poet社会,Basho,他喜欢Otsu,暂时住在Kisozuka的茶屋(现在:Gichu-ji 1-chome,Banba,Otsd市)。在这里,他写了他的着名诗作“Genjuan(2-chome,Kokubu,Otsųcity)”并在那里住了四个月。 -ki“。1694年,在51岁时,他在前往大阪旅行期间去世,并遵循他的遗嘱,埋葬在Gichu-ji寺。旧东海道”古老的“东海道公路”(即主要的)以下是在石山火车站前面的广场东侧的连接。根据记录e Edo Shogunate政府,宽度e“东海道公路”在这里约6米。这个地方是位于Omi地区(被称为“Omi Hakkei”)的着名景点之一的“Awazu-no-seiran”,曾经是一个两旁都是松树的大道。

東海道を旅する芭蕉
松尾芭蕉  (# 1644~1694)
 伊賀上野 に生れた芭蕉は四十二歳(数え年、貞享二・# 1685)のときはじめて大津を訪れた。
 「野ざらし紀行 」の旅の途中、大津に滞在していた芭蕉のもとに門弟が集まり、湖南蕉門 が形成された。
 以来、大津が気に入った芭蕉は、木曽塚の草
庵(現・義仲寺、大津市馬場一丁目)に仮住まいし、その後(元禄三・# 1690) 近津尾神社 (大津市国分二丁目)境内にあった草庵「幻住庵 」に滞在し、ここですごした4か月を「幻住庵記 」に記している。
 旅先の大阪で五十一歳の生涯を閉じ(元禄七・
# 1694)、遺体は遺言により義仲寺 に埋葬された。

旧東海道
 旧東海道は、現在位置である石山駅前広場
の東端を南北にとおり、江戸幕府による調査記
録から、このあたりの道幅は三間余(約6m) あっ
たようである。
 石山駅付近の旧東海道沿いには近江八景「
津の晴嵐 」で知られる松並木が広がっていた。

Basho Matsuo(1644-1694)
Basho was born in Igaueno (Mie prefecture). He visited Otsu for the first time in 1685 at the age of 42. He stayed for a while in Otsu during his
"Nozarashi-travel". At this time he gathered his pupils and founded the "Konan Shomon" Haiku-poet society,
Basho, who loved Otsu, lived temporarily in a tea hut in Kisozuka (nowadays: Gichu-ji 1-chome, Banba, Otsd city). In 1690 he moved to the "Genju-an" tea hut, which lies within the precincts of the Chikatsuo-shrine
(2-chome, Kokubu, Otsų city) and lived there for a recorded period of four months. Here he wrote his famous poem."Genjuan-ki".
In 1694, at the age of 51, he passed away during a travel to Osaka and following his will, his remains were buried in Gichu-ji temple.
Old Tokaido
"The ancient "Tokaido Highway"(i.e., the main route connecting Kyoto and Tokyo) used to pass in North-South direction along the eastern side of what is nowadays the square in front of Ishiyama railway station. According to records of the Edo Shogunate Government, the width of the "Tokaido Highway" was about 6 meters here.
This place is celled "Awazu-no-seiran", one of the famous scenic spots of the Omi region (known as "Omi Hakkei"), and once an avenue flanked by pine trees extended here.

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