Kamakura ancient morality along the Chapter 3 Hino River
Two Anyojis and lower Mabashi (gebabashi) trace
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Small tsubo way (map 1) of Kamakura ancient morality quite went along current 1, Hinominami and way of boundary of Konandai district. There were "the crossroads to peak" for Kanai on the way, but there is the signpost now in graveyard of Masaji Kitami.
It is said that there was "lower Mabashi" (map 2) once in Kamigo, Maioka road where the small tsubo way goes from current Shimizu Bridge to Konandai district and the intersecting area. Near this bridge, old way joined "Miyagaya way" where we came to from peak, and, also, we did character (aza) Okubo with water source, and the Hino River which flowed out of valley of small tsubo joined river which assumed Enokido water source. Around this "lower Mabashi" trace, there is stone wall of Kamakura stone that considerable weathering advanced, and only the neighborhood slightly keeps feature of ancient morality. Meaning to "be bridge which stipulated that we get off horse as samurai with social position lived in Goshogadani (the neighborhood of current Hino Elementary School) in lower Mabashi and go" is written down in "forming anew Musashi".
There is Anyoji (map 3) from "lower Mabashi" trace to approximately 150 meters of southeast. It is in "forming anew Musashi" saying "it was large temple in the Kamakura era.", and, also, there is that there was "Anyoji tower group" in this neighborhood for the remains of Konandai working papers. Temple transforms itself into steel reinforced concrete construction, too, but only tree of big ginkgo tree of the precincts is showing the old days now
There are many valuable things such as kosaruto for Kanbun period that there is collected stone Buddhist statue group from the Konandai whole area in graveyard (map 4) in front of park running out of four (shikkiri), and the three monkeys were carved in order of guardian deity of children and male, female, male with high priest's staff (shakujo) of length peculiar in the early days in the early modern times (the 17th century).
"Topographical record of what the roadside to ask" for (revised edition) was issued in October, 1999 by editing of "history society of Konan".