隠岐の島、自然回帰の森と遊歩道

I want to learn together.
With you.

Deeper and more detailed.

An era where you can travel to space as well as the world.

The choice of travel destinations is expanding.

But why "Oki Islands"! ??

"Even though the Japanese do not know much about Japan. More know I should!" Have you ever thought that?

Then, first of all, "Oki Islands"! !!

This island, which has an old history that appears in Kojiki, is a perfect place to reaffirm "Japan is Japanese" and, by extension, "I am myself".

A shrine rooted in the area. Traditional events and festivals held there.

A place associated with the visit of characters from myths, folk tales, and legends.

It will continue to exist without being flashy.

Even if the times change, the essence that does not change may be there.

玉若酢神社本殿
Many shrines on a small island

It is said that there are more than 150 shrines, large and small, with shrines in Dogo (Oki Island Town). Seven of them are listed in the Enki-shiki Shinto shrine, and two of them are the Myojin shrines, which are said to have the highest rank.

Details later
幣之池に咲くミツマタ
Oyatsuhime and Tsu

Tsumatsuhime no Mikoto

A tree goddess that appears in Japanese mythology, and is considered to be the daughter of Susano Onomikoto.

The god name is the place name of "Tsuma".

Details later
八百比丘尼によって植えられたとされる八百杉
Yaohioka Nun

To be afraid

Yaohioka Nun is said to have become immortal and longevity by eating mermaid meat.

You can still see the cedar planted by Yaohioka Nun.

Details later
福浦漁港
Empress Jingu

Jingu Kogo

It is said that Empress Jingu was evacuated to the Oki Islands for a while due to a storm when he was dispatched to the continent. The land associated with it still remains.

Details later
都万地区大屋のわんど付近
Oyatsuhime and Tsu

Snack Hime no Mikoto

A tree goddess that appears in Japanese mythology, and is considered to be the daughter of Susano Onomikoto.

The god name is the place name of "Oya".

Details later
小野篁が通ったとされる願満寺
Ono no Takamura

Ono no Takamura

A literary lord of the Heian period who is said to have been swept away by the Oki Islands.

There are still places where it is said that Takashi spent and passed.

Details later
高田神社弓祭りの一幕
Susanoo-no-Mikoto, Susanoo-no-Mikoto

Susanoo no Mikoto

"Guest Festival" is held in multiple districts to welcome "Gozu Tenno", another name for Susano Onomikoto, as a guest and pray for a good harvest and no illness.

Details later
柿本躬都良にゆかりのある横山寺
Kakimoto Mantora

Oyster source Mitsura

It is said that Kakinomoto no Hitomaro's son, the first person to be swept away by the Oki Islands. Yokooyama Temple, which is said to have been close to him, changed its name to Yokoyamaji and was moved from Mt. Takao to Mt. Takeyama.