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Urade Yama(占出山)

The doll with a fishing rod represents Empress Jingu, a mythical empress of the 3rd century.
This yama originates from the legend that she predicted victory in the coming battle by catching a trout when fishing in a river in Hizen, the northwest part of Kyushu. This yama had been called by its nickname, Aiwai Yama, until the Meiji era (1868-1912), and it shows how popular the yama was among local people.
The doll with a fishing rod represents Empress Jingu, a mythical empress of the 3rd century.

This yama originates from the legend that she predicted victory in the coming battle by catching a trout when fishing in a river in Hizen, the northwest part of Kyushu. This yama had been called by its nickname, Aiwai Yama, until the Meiji era (1868-1912), and it shows how popular the yama was among local people.



The new side tapestries were completed in 1991 after 10-years of work, perfecting the colorful suite of pictures of the three most scenic spots in Japan. The grand drapes picturing the 36 most famous poets, including Ariwara-no-Narihira, also attracts people. The 36 poets were selected from the poets of the 7th to 10th centuries by Fujiwara-no-Kintou, a poet in the 10th and 11th century.
By T.S. on 19th Jul., 2008
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