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Makoma has attracted attention as an excellent water purification and environmental purification. The ingredients contain more than twice the amount of vitaminA, C, and E that greatly exceed the reference value, more than twice as many proteins as rice, Dietary Fiber Food, Mainal Food, Calcium, iron, etc., and are attracting attention in the field of nutrients. Shinko is a large-scale multi-year-old plant of the rice family that is found all over the water' s surface, such as in swamps, rivers, and rice paddies. Root in the mud in the water, sprouts a sea shoots in the spring, and by summer the plant height grows from 1 meter to more than 2 meters. In addition, depending on the region, makoto is also called katsumi, hanakatsumi, gacko, komokusa, etc. Makoto has been known for its existence since the days of mythology, and there are descriptions in the Koki, Nihon Calligraphy, and Manyo collections. Even today, there are often cases where it is offered to Gods and Buddhas. It is well known that the symbol of Ise Jingu is "Hemp", but it is not well known that the symbol of Izumo Taisha is "Shinko". That thick rope of Izumo Taisha. It is made of the true. Makoto remains as a shinto shrine not only at Izumo Taisha shrine in Shimane, but also at many shrines such as Kanda Myojin in Tokyo, Katori Shrine in Chiba, Hikawa Shrine in Saitama, usa shrine in Dae! The relationship between Shinko and the Japanese is not only related to shinto things, but also to Buddhist things. It is said that there is a Buddhist story that the Buddha was treated by sleeping the sick in a bed rather than knitted with a shinko, and this was transmitted to Japan, and it is said that he began to dedicated "Bon goza" and "Bonshu" knitted with shinko in Obon.

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