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扇塚の記

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2015/07/04

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ocr-generated History of Ogizuka
The history of ogi, or folding fans, dates back
to their initial creation in Ogizuka during the
early years of the Heian Period
(between 794 and 1185 A.D.)..
The footpath on the Gojo-Ohashi Bridge off which
Ogizuka is located represents the remains of the
sacred Mieido hall that belonged to the Jishu sect
of Buddhism.
It is said that after the fall of the Heike warlord
Taira-No-Atsumori, his wife became a priestess
of Mieido under the high priest Yukan-Shonin.
Calling herself Renge-Inni, she went on to create
ogi together with monks of the temple.
由来を記してこれを顕彰する
昭和三十五年三月十五日
海外にまでも喧伝されるに至ったいまこの
扇工この地に集まり永く扇の名産地として広く
ったと言い伝えられているこの由緒により
よって得度し蓮華院尼と称し寺僧と共に扇を作
遺跡であり 平敦盛没後その室本寺寛上人に
のであるここ五條大橋の畔は時宗御影堂の
扇は平安時代の初期この地に初めて作られたも
扇塚の記
京都市長 高山 義三
By virtue of the above background, ogi production
efforts came to be concentrated in Ogizuka, which
has achieved widespread recognition overseas as
well as domestically as a long-standing center of
ogi production.
I hereby publicly honor the history of
Ogizuka as cited above.
Gizo Takayama
Mayor of the City of Kyoto
March 15, 1960

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