"Reiwa" is a era selected from the ancient Japanese songbook "Manyoshu".
In the north-west corner of the “Meguro Kuminkan Campus”, there is a monument of the Manyoshu.
The song has a three-rock song carved on a circular stone. These songs were enshrined by Ebara-gun (the area of southwest Tokyo including Meguro-ku) around the 8th century (Sakimori: military personnel guarding the border between the ancient Chinese continent and the Korean peninsula and Kyushu) and his wife It is Since the song was a period without hiragana characters and katakana characters, it is written in many leaf kana with the dialect of the eastern country (near the Kanto region including the present Tokyo).
Manyoshu Vol. 20, which includes these songs, includes songs that care about wives who have been dispatched to Kyushu as far as the Togoku to protect them as guardians (Sakimori), and songs that make up for husbands who have difficulty in returning to life. The song is also full of humanity, and the love of the couple is transmitted.
Why don't you spend a day with your thoughts in the age of Manyoshu?
In the Manyoshu, the following 3 songs are said to have been enshrined on February 29 (April 15, 755) of Tenp yo Shoho.
Manyoshu Vol. 20 No. 4415 song " sira tama wo te ni tori mo si te miru nosu mo i he naru imo wo mata mi te mo moya"
The meaning of the song "I want to look at my beloved wife at home again, as I look at my pearls in my hands."
Author "Ebara-gun clerk Monotono Toshiko"
Manyoshu Vol. 20 No. 4416 song " kusa makura tabi yuku se na ga maru ne se ba i ha naru ware ha himotoka zu nemu"
The meaning of the song "Traveling, you go to bed with your kimono in bed. Let me go to bed without breaking the strings, even if I'm at home."
The author, "Tomonogatari and his wife, is a servant and a teacher"
Manyoshu Vol. 20 No. 4418 song " waga kado no kata yama tubaki makoto nare waga te hure na na tuti ni oti mo kamo"
The meaning of the song "I was able to put out a hand to her cute like a rose blooming near my house. But if I leave this way, it may fall to the other man's hand."
The author of the "Buildings of Ebara-gun (the official post governing the county) servants' personal expansion"