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カテゴリー1 9. Texts and Sources
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proc (Jin'un)
Text This sixteen-volume work is a compendium of the history, legends, records, and correspondence of Usa Hachimangū since its establishment. Jin'un, the chief scholar of Mirakuji, spent twenty-three years compiling these texts in an attempt to recover the documents lost during the turmoil of the Genpei wars (1180-85). He finished the text in 1313. The materials Jin'un drew from were many, ranging from the Rikkokushi (The Six Official Histories) to Buddhist scriptures, storybooks, legends, and oral traditions. Collecting the diverse folklore of the area of northern Kyūshū in which the cult of Hachiman (Hachiman Shinkō) was centered, Jin'un attempted to present a single, unified image of Hachiman which focused on Hachiman Daibosatsu (the deified Emperor Ōjin). Hachiman usagū gotakusensyū is included in Shintō taikei, Jinjya-hen, Usa. See also Hachiman Shinkō.
— Kadoya Atsushi
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