"Those who shoulders a palanquin", and a "Ronin",and "The puppeteer" are drawn.

Kashiragaki-zouho-kinmou-zui/ 4/ Person/ 22

“Those who shoulders a palanquin”, and a “Ronin” are drawn on the right.
“駕輿丁 (Kosikaki)” is those who shoulder “籠 (palanquin)” in which a noble person rides, and “輿 (Kosi).”
Although the next text could read the word to some extent, it was not able to translate a meaning.
In the investigated range, seemingly people who do various work including “駕輿丁” will be called “6 尺 (good provoking)”, those who work by a liquor maker as explanation of the “6 尺” will be called “漉酌 (rokusyaku)”, and it seems that the relation between this and “駕輿丁” is written and it is.
“Men of out of employment” is those who are wandering about by losing a feudal estate.
It is written that a “ronin” is a mistake.
People related to a noble person and the vagrant person who lost the country are drawn on one picture, and it is an interesting picture.

The puppeteer is drawn on the left.
“a puppeteer” is “a doll belt.”
It is said that it announced to the New Year in Awaji-shima every year.
it seems that moreover, it was working also as “dengaku Hoshi” who performs music and the “dengaku” which is traditional performing arts of a dance
With a picture, I show the child the puppet play and can hear about the fineness of structure of the doll.



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