Giant of Daita
Setagaya ku Oohara.
  • There is the place name called Daita in Setagaya-ku.
  • Daita bashi station?
  • Setagaya Daita?
  • In old days. Here was the Daita Village.
  • Why is it the name called Daita?
  • Well.
  • Rice field?
  • It is the Daidara-bocchi.
  • What is it?
  • Daidara-bocchi is the giant in Japanese mythology.
  • Who said it?
  • Folklorist of the Meiji era Kunio Yanagita said.
  • Who is he?
  • The notable person who checked a Japanese legend.
  • The footprint of the giant is left in Setagaya-ku.
  • I can't believe it.
  • What is the legend of Daidara-bocchi?
  • He made the Japanese topography.
  • He piled soil and made Mount Fuji.
  • The hole which he dug became Lake Biwa.
  • It is wrong.
  • Mount Fuji was made by eruption.
  • He sat in Mount Akagi and washed his foot in Tone River.
  • It is the fiction of the old days.
  • The hollow and lake of Japan are Daidara-bocchi's footprints.
  • Is there the large hollow in Daita?
  • Let's look for it.
  • This station is Daitabashi.
  • Daitabashi means the bridge of Daita.
  • Where is the bridge?
  • There is the Tamagawa Waterworks.
  • Does this river flow underground?
  • It flowed on the ground in old days.
  • They built a bridge over the river for Koshu Highway.
  • That is the bridge of Daita.
  • Kunio Yanagita found a big pond in this neighborhood.
  • The pond was buried.
  • The filled place becomes hollow.
  • There is a slope.
  • There is a difference in height.
  • That pond's water runs in to the river.
  • The river is in the low place.
  • Is this road a trace of the rivers?
  • I think so.
  • The river flows to the south.
  • This is the Inokashira line.
  • Shimokitazawa Station.
  • Surely here was a river.
  • Get over the Odakyu line.
  • There is the Shinganji River.
  • Small River.
  • The river was connected here.
  • I'm tired from walking.
  • I go to Shimo-Kitazawa Station.