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    Japan: The god Kashima stabbing his sword into the throat of a namazu (catfish), while a crowd is divided into ‘smilers‘ pfhphotos036130.jpg

    The Namazu, also called the Onamazu, is a creature in Japanese mythology and folktales. The Namazu is a gigantic catfish said to cause earthquakes and tremors. Living in the mud under the Japanese isles, the Namazu is guarded by the protector god Kashima, who restrains the catfish using the kaname-ishi rock. Whenever Kashima lets his guard down, Namazu thrashes about and causes violent earthquakes.The Namazu rose to new fame and popularity after the Ansei great earthquakes that happened near Edo in 1855. This led to the Namazu being worshipped as a god of world rectification (yonaoshi daimyojin), sent by the gods to correct some of the imbalances in the world.Catfish woodblock prints known as namazu-e became their own popular genre within days of the earthquake. They were usually unsigned and often depicted scenes of a namazu or many namazu atoning for their deeds. 、クレジット:Pictures From History/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020080101775

  • 2018年09月07日
    突進するスマイラー ラグビートップリーグ

    NTTコミュニケーションズ―サントリー 前半、突進するサントリーのジョーダン・スマイラー(右から2人目)=秩父宮

    商品コード: 2018090723478

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