2019年12月16日

The weapon is a gold bar! A demon that appeared in this world, the legendary heroic legend of Sengoku warrior Yoshinori Miura

Soon after the Sengoku period began, a non-standard figure like a demon that appeared in this world was alive.
His name is Yoshiura Miura, and he is the last person of the Sagami Miura family, the branch of the Miura family since the Heian period.
This time, we will introduce a legendary story that may be called a demon.

Yoshinori Miura / From Wikipedia
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It was a nonstandard height

The meaning was born in 1496. My father, Miura-Dosun, was in conflict with Soun Hojo, so when I was about 15 years old when I was transferred to the family, I would go to the battlefield as a warlord.

Michiura Miura / From Wikipedia
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What is surprising here is that the meaning is height. The average height during the Sengoku period was 154 cm, but the meaning was 2 meters and 27 cm.

From that time on, if a large warrior like the righteousness was standing, then the friend would be reassuring and the enemy would have been in fear.

Also, in the battle of Arai Castle, who decided between Soun and Sei for 3 years from 1510 to 1513, it is said that he fought wearing armor with 6 cm thick iron. The

Samurai with a gold smasher / From Wikipedia
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However, the original thickness of the armor is 3 cm, and if it is the above thickness, it is considered too heavy to be created. It seems that if you have a physique of meaning, you wore a 6cm thick armor without difficulty.

A club for weapons

The meaning was fighting with gold smashing rods instead of swords and spears. It's an incomprehensible word for a gold crushed rod, but I think it would be nice if you could imagine the demon's own gold rod.

The gold smashing rod is a weapon that specializes in “tapping”, which is different from sword swords and spear swords. The impact was tremendous when attacked. However, since it was only over 2 meters long, it requires a corresponding strength.

The meaning of such weapons was 3 meters 64 cm long. If you see the meaning with a height exceeding 2 meters and a gold smashing rod exceeding 3 meters, you will think that a demon has appeared.

The strength and courage to defeat numerous enemy soldiers

The heroic spirit of righteousness is well beyond imagination and has the nickname of “Eighty-Five Powered Brave”. As its name suggests, the meaning of the battle is like a demon in the battle of Arai Castle.

The will that killed 5 to 10 people in a single row eventually showed the success of killing about 500 people.
ラベル:history edo Japan
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2019年12月15日

During the Edo period, men used rental loincloth for their underwear at Yoshiwara Yukaku! ?

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In the article I introduced earlier, “I don't have money over the pass! The life of such an Edo kid was actually supported by a rental store”, I introduced that a loss shop * rented out household goods and clothes. Many other things were lent out.

This time, we will introduce some of the most popular items and backgrounds.
* Loss store: A shop that rented daily necessities during the Edo period.

A furoshiki, a towel, and a loss shop will start with a single cloth!

The rental industry now rents out small items such as tableware and hats, but the same was true for the Edo period. For example, there was a piece of cloth, such as a washcloth and a furoshiki, which was rented to the townspeople by the loss shop.
Utagawa Kunisada, five men, "Fukuro-shi Uemon", 3rd generation Arashi Hiroshi
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From the point of view of modern people, people tend to think that they only need to buy a washcloth, but at that time, new fabrics were relatively expensive because they were not as advanced in technology and productivity as they were today. This was the reason why used clothing stores became popular in the Edo period.

A loss shop is indispensable for a man's game! The essential item is howundo
For the same reason, the “one piece of cloth that can be rented”, which has become a popular item at a casualty shop, is a 6-shaft bundo used mainly by men. There are few fabrics such as Echinaka-fundoshi, and economical lower belts (thus adopted by the military after modernization), even if it can be owned by individuals, it is not easy to buy six scales using plenty of cloth There was not.
Missing person Sarah [Yakubudomejinbutsu Sarasa] (Kuniyoshi Utagawa)
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Although there is no direct relationship with the loss shop, there is a scene where the joinery shop semi-contracted from the pawn shop with the rakugo “Sanchaban”, and the six scales using expensive cloth such as crisps are worthy. It is a picture of what is happening.
When such an “expensive six-shad bundo” is necessary, that is, a festival to tie kimonos, and renting six shaku as a game underwear at Yoshiwara Yukaku is very common among men. It was.
Edo Sightseeing Yoshiwara Nakanomachi Sakura (Utagawa Hiroshige)
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We also do cleaning! Was the loss shop also a FUNDOSHI business?
Although it was a rent-a-care shop that was rented out to six shakufundo and was useful to many men, it was a service that grabbed the hearts of customers who rented the loincloth. The loss shop also knew, and if the customer brought the dirty loincloth, he picked it up and cleaned it.

Moreover, it wasn't just washed, but it lends something that had been washed and burned (ironed), though it was a fee. The word “●● business” is being used these days, but did you say that the business style of a loss shop is Sashizume Fundoshi Business?

If it gets dirty, it's not just washed, but also replaced by an iron – these advanced services may have turned the loss shop into a big business.
ラベル:history edo
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During the Edo period, men used rental loincloth for their underwear at Yoshiwara Yukaku! ?

sarasa-660x350.jpg
In the article I introduced earlier, “I don't have money over the pass! The life of such an Edo kid was actually supported by a rental store”, I introduced that a loss shop * rented out household goods and clothes. Many other things were lent out.

This time, we will introduce some of the most popular items and backgrounds.
* Loss store: A shop that rented daily necessities during the Edo period.

A furoshiki, a towel, and a loss shop will start with a single cloth!

The rental industry now rents out small items such as tableware and hats, but the same was true for the Edo period. For example, there was a piece of cloth, such as a washcloth and a furoshiki, which was rented to the townspeople by the loss shop.
Utagawa Kunisada, five men, "Fukuro-shi Uemon", 3rd generation Arashi Hiroshi
M341-012-10-660x470.jpg

From the point of view of modern people, people tend to think that they only need to buy a washcloth, but at that time, new fabrics were relatively expensive because they were not as advanced in technology and productivity as they were today. This was the reason why used clothing stores became popular in the Edo period.

A loss shop is indispensable for a man's game! The essential item is howundo
For the same reason, the “one piece of cloth that can be rented”, which has become a popular item at a casualty shop, is a 6-shaft bundo used mainly by men. There are few fabrics such as Echinaka-fundoshi, and economical lower belts (thus adopted by the military after modernization), even if it can be owned by individuals, it is not easy to buy six scales using plenty of cloth There was not.
Missing person Sarah [Yakubudomejinbutsu Sarasa] (Kuniyoshi Utagawa)
sarasa-660x350.jpg

Although there is no direct relationship with the loss shop, there is a scene where the joinery shop semi-contracted from the pawn shop with the rakugo “Sanchaban”, and the six scales using expensive cloth such as crisps are worthy. It is a picture of what is happening.
When such an “expensive six-shad bundo” is necessary, that is, a festival to tie kimonos, and renting six shaku as a game underwear at Yoshiwara Yukaku is very common among men. It was.
Edo Sightseeing Yoshiwara Nakanomachi Sakura (Utagawa Hiroshige)
sc208542-660x431-1.jpg

We also do cleaning! Was the loss shop also a FUNDOSHI business?
Although it was a rent-a-care shop that was rented out to six shakufundo and was useful to many men, it was a service that grabbed the hearts of customers who rented the loincloth. The loss shop also knew, and if the customer brought the dirty loincloth, he picked it up and cleaned it.

Moreover, it wasn't just washed, but it lends something that had been washed and burned (ironed), though it was a fee. The word “●● business” is being used these days, but did you say that the business style of a loss shop is Sashizume Fundoshi Business?

If it gets dirty, it's not just washed, but also replaced by an iron – these advanced services may have turned the loss shop into a big business.
ラベル:history edo
posted by ikenagi at 00:24| Comment(0) | history | このブログの読者になる | 更新情報をチェックする

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