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関口芭蕉庵・Sekiguchi Basho’u-an

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関口芭蕉庵(せきぐちばしょうあん)は東京都文京区関口にある史跡で、永青文庫新江戸川公園椿山荘の近くにあります。

Sekiguchi Basho’u-an is a historic site located in the Sekiguchi neighborhood of Bunkyo’u Ward, Tokyo.  It is near E’ise’i Bunko, Shin-Edogawa Park、and Chinzan-so’u.

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松尾芭蕉が請け負った神田上水の改修工事の際に1677年から1680年までの4年間、近くの「竜隠庵」と呼ばれた水番屋に住んだといわれています。1726年の芭蕉の33回忌にあたる年に「芭蕉堂」と呼ばれた松尾芭蕉やその弟子らの像などを祀った建物が敷地に作られました。1750年には芭蕉の供養のため芭蕉の真筆の短冊を埋めて作られた「さみだれ塚」が建立されました。「竜隠庵」は何時しか「関口芭蕉庵」と呼ばれるようになりました。

Basho’u Matsu’o agreed to work on a reconstruction project of the Kanda Aqueduct for 4 years (1677-1680).  During that time, he lived in a aqueduct guard station called “Ryu’u’in-an” (the Hidden Dragon Hut) near the work site.  In 1726, to commemorate the 33rd anniversary of his passing, “Basho’u-do’u” (the Basho’u Hall) was built at the site, enshrining statues of Basho’u and his disciples.  In 1750, a memorial called “Samidare-zuka” was built to remember Basho’u.  A poetry strip written by Basho’u himself were buried at the memorial.  Overtime “Ryu’u’in-an” came to be known as Sekiguchi Basho’u-an.

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第二次世界大戦による戦災などで幾度となく焼失し現在の建物は戦後に復元されたものです。

Original buildings have been lost to numerous fires, including those during World War II.  The buildings at the site today were rebuilt after the war.

【参考・Reference】

http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/関口芭蕉庵

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