長州を脱藩した松陰は、全国の藩校を渡り歩き、今後の日本のあり方等について議論を交わしたそうだ。結局、松陰は2回つかまって 2回目の老中暗殺計画である 間部要撃策を自ら進んで告白して
このころの話で興味深いのは、まっ 本当か嘘かはわからないが 伊藤博文が新政府の総理大臣になるが、この伊藤が明治天皇の
これは、松陰のおしえなのかな～って考えてしまう。要は大事をなすためには ルールを超えて動く必要があるみたいな。結果を出すためには手段を選ばず的な発想で 一種、
とりあえず、松陰は岸和田藩校講習館の館長だったので この岸和田界隈にも よく滞在したそうだ。全国、飛び回って 自分の好きなことしてって 相当の放蕩ぶりですが どうでしょう・・・。
Kishu Highway Kishiwada “Yoshida Shoin Reservation” is also nice. He was the director of the Kishiwada clan school training hall.
Yoshida Shoin sojourn.
Yoshida Shoin sojourn.
If you walk a little south along the Kishu Kaido in Kishiwada, you will come to what is known as the Yoshida Shoin Residency. Across the road is Kishiwada Castle, but what kind of relationship does Shoin Yoshida have?
Shoin Yoshida was the director of the Kishiwada clan school training hall.
Apparently, Shoin Yoshida was the director of the Kishiwada clan school training hall. He visited Soma Kupo and stayed at Shioya Heiemon’s house (the Kuju family in Honmachi, Kishu Kaido) for 10 days. He sits on the brazier, sipping bancha and chewing on rice crackers, and talks about the future of Japan all night long.
He volunteered to confess to the plan to assassinate the old man and the plan to intercept Manabe, and was sentenced to decapitation.
Shoin, who left Choshu, traveled around the country and discussed the future of Japan. In the end, Shoin was caught twice and was decapitated after voluntarily confessing to his second plan to assassinate the roju, Mamabe. I think that this Ansei Purge was caused by Shoin’s disciples, but the students of Shokasonjuku, which Shoin raised, became all the great men who will carry this Japan later. Yamaguchi is still the prime minister.
Hirobumi Ito becomes Prime Minister of the new government. Is Emperor Meiji a substitute?
What is interesting about this story is that, whether it is true or not, Hirobumi Ito will become the prime minister of the new government. It seems that in order to create a government and create a new Japan for the future, it was necessary to mobilize even the emperor, and it seems that the Emperor Meiji was also included in the comprehensive photograph of the loyal patriots of each domain around this time. ….
Shoin’s teachings that any means will be used to achieve results.
I wonder if this is Shoin’s teaching. It’s like he has to go beyond the rules to get things done. It seems that there is a kind of revolutionary idea with the idea of choosing no means to achieve results. I don’t think it’s a big deal to go overboard if you study too much, but it’s quite Nobunaga’s way of thinking. It’s time!
For the time being, Shoin was the director of the Kishiwada clan school training hall, so it is said that he often stayed in the Kishiwada area. He travels all over the country and does what he likes, and is quite debauched, but what about him?