Kamakura ancient morality along the Chapter 3 Hino River
From Mt. 1 yen sea to fork in busokokukyo
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Nature way aims at the mountaintop as if going round the back of environmental center (map 1), and being crowded when we walk towards Mt. Japanese yen sea from Konandai Station. This ridge way becomes border with Musashi (Konan Ward) and Sagami (Kamigo, Sakae-ku district), and feature from the ancient times is remaining. When autumn in particular deepens, and the sky clears up, we let ear of vast thin (Japanese pampas grass) stream and can see that wind blows. Figure of Fuji that bathed in backlight to watch from here is ratio berumonototenai elsewhere. When we trace this way and go over the mountaintop, we go to Kamakura or Kanazawa.
It was way which "master of tatara" (ancient iron manufacture group) went along to be 69 pages of "history of Konan" or less about this "way of busokokukyo". In addition, there is theory which was a part of important supply division (flat) base supporting the Kamakura Shogunate so that Hongo district around Kajigaya is conveyed with base of weapon production in the Kamakura era as it is the place name which Ryo Ota (map 2), Kanai of Hino across the border "curse", and is connected with (blast furnace).
Actually, we were running on the Musashi side along boundary, but we entered the Musashi side deeply near Konandai High School (map 3) and were divided with "way along the Hino River" which left for the Gumyoji area here to forked road of small tsubo (map 4) (the neighborhood of existing small tsubo Elementary School north) (small tsubo way) even if we said way of border. "There was Kamakura ancient morality called seven village moats in boundary of mountain, and there was to "forming anew Musashi" saying we knew Imura, Yoshihara-mura, Matsumoto village, moving village." (existing Mutsukawa, Minami-ku), but, in the way of busokokukyo, village was in moat this seven as the starting point by here small tsubo.
"Topographical record of what the roadside to ask" for (revised edition) was issued in October, 1999 by editing of "history society of Konan".