著者
高橋 誠一
出版者
関西大学文化交渉学教育研究拠点(ICIS)
雑誌
東アジア文化交渉研究 = Journal of East Asian Cultural Interaction Studies (ISSN:18827748)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.2, pp.121-144, 2009-03-31

Mazu is known as the Voyage Goddess among the common people in East Asia and Southeast Asia today. Though the Mazu belief was initially confined to the coastal areas in Southern China, especially in Fujian Province or Guangdong Province due to the strong association with voyages, the sphere of the belief expanded since it was gradually thought to be beneficial to other things but voyage. Mazu was embraced by Tenpi in the Qing Era and Tengo in the Yuan Era, and “Tenpi Temples” and “Tengo Temples” honoring Mazu were widespread and diffused not only to the coastal areas in southern China but also to East Asia and Southeast Asia. When the Mazu belief was introduced to modern Japan, it was connected with the belief of Funatama (the guardian deity of ships) and spread. In this report, the Mazu (Tenpi) belief, which gradually changed with the development, diffusion and spread of the belief, is considered from the viewpoint of historical geography.

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高橋誠一「日本における天妃信仰の展開とその歴史地理学的側面」『東アジア文化交渉研究』第2巻, 2009年 https://t.co/V56QFBEQrm 日本にも実は古くから媽祖信仰が伝来していたことがわかる論文です!

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