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"Mako mo" has attracted attention as an excellent water purification and environmental purification. Its ingredients include vitaminA, C, E, more than twice as much protein as rice, Dietary Fiber Food, Mineral Food, Cannabim, iron, etc., and are attracting attention in the field of nutrients. Shinba is a large perennial plant of the rice family that grows naturally everywhere in the water's end, such as waterways in swamps, rivers, and rice fields. Roots are planted in the mud in the water, bamboo shoot-like buds are produced in the spring, and by summer the plant height grows from 1 meter to more than 2 meters. In addition, Makoto is also called katsumi, hanakami, gakko, como kusa, etc. depending on the region. Shinko has been known for its existence since the age of mythology, and there are also descriptions in Kojiki, Nihon Shoki, and Manyoshu. Even today, it is often seen that it is offered to Gods and Buddhas. It is well known that the symbol of Ise Jingu Shrine is "hemp", but it is not well known that the symbol of Izumo Taisha is "Shinko". That thick shimenawa of Izumo Taisha. That is made of truth. In addition to Izumo Taisha shrine in Shimane, Makoto remains as a shinto ritual at many shrines such as Kanda Myojin in Tokyo, Katori Shrine in Chiba, Hikawa Shrine in Saitama, usa jingu shrine in Oita, etc. The relationship between Shinko and the Japanese is not only involved in shinto rituals but also in Buddhist rituals. There is a Buddhist story that the Buddha was treated by laying the sick in a bed , which was knitted with a shinjo, and it is said that this was transmitted to Japan and came to worship "Bongoza" and "Bonbunbune" knitted with shinjo in Obon.

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