A feather 3, Kuroyama basket place "Shinto priest-purification shelter"
Shinto priest-purification shelter feather 3, Kuroyama basket place
Shinto priest-purification shelter (the House of old sinter storehouse)
2005 (2005) March Tsuruoka-shi cultural assets designation
It is on the left soon when I finish climbing the slope of Haguroyama approach to a shrine three. I said the House of sinter storehouse formerly and was one of three guide temples with seionin, chikenin which were the rebuilding of (1697) in 1697 and was the temple where the dignitary of samurai class next to the Haguroyama execution batman lived, but,
In the case of gods and Buddha separation of the Meiji, I stayed as "the Shinto priest-purification shelter" of the Shinto shrine. More than 30 Bo was to Yamauchi in the Edo era, but they are demolished all and are the only building to remain as remains of an ancient structure which Buddhist monks in former times lived in now.
It is a tea-ceremony room between an interval, an Imperial envoy before God
Explanation of the room
Interval (the photograph left) before God
I am used as a place of the prayer of Buddhist monk ascetic practices.
Framed picture "Haguro god deified in three shrines in Kumano district size honorific title of a Japanese god" advocated until the Meiji era by a professional jester is hung in the room
I remind me of the times of the mixture of Buddhism and Shintoism.
Between an Imperial envoy (the photograph center)
In the room which I treated in old days when noble people of Kyoto did the next mountain, as for the interior, Kyoto-like
It is made with a court noble.
Tea-ceremony room (the photograph right)
In a quiet Shinto priest-purification shelter, it is the tea-ceremony room of the still quieter appearance.
Mimicking a tea-ceremony room of Ginkaku-ji Temple Togudo shrine of Kyoto, I make the alcove post of the nandin.
The vegetarian cooking which was polished in the eternal history
The vegetarian cooking which reaches Haguroyama from old days, and amounts to the low dining table of the Shinto priest-purification shelter now.
When I visited Dewa Sanzan by a "back narrow path" pilgrimage, I am said to have treated eminent haiku poet Basho.
Continued following a tradition peculiar to Haguro to material with a seasonal edible wild plant and bamboo shoot produced at the Dewa Sanzan foot of a mountain; exquisite
Taste. As for the meal to have in a Shinto priest-purification shelter wrapped in mysterious quietness, is particular; is tasteful.
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