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θ塢4äΤɡǤ夲15̾٤夬ޤꥹȤμƺʻˤ֥֥СפȤƤޤ¤ϤΥꥵܥϢΥ졼ɤκǹ̤Ǥ֥ǥץޡפμΤԤ줿ΤǤ⤢ޤĿͤȽǤǤΥǥץޤιݤȽǤϤǤΤǤǤ⤢ޤˤֿӤפˤʤǽޤ軰ԤοǤ륮ꥹȤΰոʹä櫓Ǥ

Τ褦ʷаޤꡢϢǤꡢղȤȤƤ⥭ꥢΤƺˡ֥֥СפˤʤäƤ櫓Ǥ

Ǥ夲ǤϡƺᤫŪΤʥȡɥХ館ޤռܿͤˤˤäȻפޤ伫ȤٶˤʤޤȤꤢƺᤫϡ֥ǥץޤϤƤ⤤ȻפפȤȤˤʤꡢǤʡȤȤˤʤޤ

֥ǥץޡפϱղȡƶԤȤƤȾߤʤΤǤ줫֥ץȤơ¾ͤ򶵤Ƥˤ⡢¾ͤDZդƤˤ⡢֥ꥵƤפȤȤϽפȻפޤηиʤͤϡͤƳȤϤǤʤǤ礦ޤղȤȤơ֤⤦Ƨ߹ळȤϤǤʤʤǤ礦

ޤ֥ꥵפȤդˤϳ̤νŤߤޤ֥󥵡ȡפȤϰäơղܿͤμĥůؤɽƤΤ֥ꥵפʤΤǤϤʤǤ礦ĤΤ͡դǽʤ褦˻פޤդäƤΩοͤͤ٤ǤȻפޤ

 

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THE SUNDAY TIMES2008ǯ16Ǥ

Ƥפǡ䤬о줷ΤǤܤΡֽ񤭽פַθŽפܿͤʸƵϽ񤫤Ƥޤ

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̿䡣Ϥε񤤤̤Ƥμ̿ǤϤޤ󡣲ƹɤΤȤμ̿Ǥ͡ʤޤХ᡼̿ˡ

ΡƤפ˴ؤȯ⵭˽ФƤޤܤϤΥ֥ǤäΤƱǤ㴳λҶΤβ椬ȤΤäǤƤƤޤ

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I asked my guitar teacher Masatomo Tomikawa why he started his hikizomekai two years ago.

'I began the hikizomekai as a way of curing my students of their New Year holiday stupor. By this I mean that when students think they do not have to practise the guitar during the New Year break, they lose their touch,' explained Mr Tomikawa.

'For those of my students who take part in the hikizomekai, I think many start practising at least two days beforehand, some of them even on New Year's Day itself.'

Most Japanese students have a New Year break that lasts about two weeks, but Mr Tomikawa's guitar class closes for an even longer period.

'Usually, the first lesson of the year takes place after Jan 10. So if my students begin to practise the guitar again only from that point, it means they will have not been practising for several weeks,' he pointed out.

But his belief in upholding tradition grew out of personal experience.

As a child, Mr Tomikawa was taught by his parents that on Jan 2, the second day of the New Year, he had to start doing whatever he expected to accomplish during the rest of the year.

'So, up to the time I graduated from high school, I would play the guitar on the morning of Jan 2 of my own accord. Having done so, I felt I was able to get down to serious practice more smoothly,' said Mr Tomikawa, who started learning the guitar when he was 12.

'When I recalled what I did as a youth, I thought it would be a good idea to organise a hikizomekai for my students.'

The idea of such 'first-in-the-year' rituals is not limited to the cultural side of Japanese society. One of the most spectacular New Year events is the dezomeshiki, which marks the first day of work for firemen in Tokyo.

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嵭Ѹ줬դɤǤߤƤŪƤäƤյϰ֥˽񤤤ΤƱǤ䤬ϤƤ12ˤϡֽ񤭽ƱͤˡŪˡƤפ򤷤ƤΤβ򶵼ԻȤƻϤ᤿äǤȤȤ񤫤Ƥޤ

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ֿǯ2ˤϡȺǯĥꤿȻפƤΤȤ򥹥ȤɤȤڡפȤ椬Ȥβȷä櫓ǤΤȤϳڴΥå˺ʤˤյǤޤǯפ򿷤ˤƥγؽࡦ̤ˤŪäȻפޤ

汢ǯǯѡʷιѡˤ˥ޥϤΥȥ⤳ǯǤ2ǯݥȥ˹ԤäȤȹԡǯ²Ȥ˻äƤޤ

󡢤ˤƤ⥷󥬥ݡοʹ˼ʬζΤȤܤʤͽۤˤʤäʤˡѸˤʤǡʬȯΩɤʴ˸Τϼ¤Ի׵ġ

 

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ä˽ԤԤˤȤäƤϡ֤ҤȤܤפγڴߤߤΩƤۤӤ礬뤫Ǥʤ10äǡۤɹ⤤㤤ʪǤϤʤ̤ξ⤳Ǥ뵤ǤƤΤøƤʬޤ

å塦ᥤ󡦡꤯ʤ˰㤤ޤ

ä򤭤ȡʤˤ餽γڴﲰ˶äǡΤȤΥ饹Ҥγڴΰ1餤ĤǤʤ2餤¤Ƥ줿ȤֽʪʤǤɤ㤤ʪä⤷ޤ

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