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Chirai Shrine (Japanese: チライ社殿 Chirai Shaden) is a subarea of Tsurumi Island.

Trivia

Etymology

  • The name may be derived from チラィ ciray, one of the Ainu words for Parahucho perryi, also called the Sakhalin taimen, Japanese huchen, or stringfish.
    • Ciray is said to be the name of a fish monster in an Ainu folktale, which was eventually slain with a harpoon by Kanna-kamuy.[1]

Other Languages

Language Official Name Literal Meaning
English Chirai Shrine
Chinese
(Simplified)
千来神祠
Qiānlái Shéncí
Thousand Comings Shrine[• 1]
Chinese
(Traditional)
千來神祠
Qiānlái Shéncí
Japanese チライ社殿
Chirai Shaden
Chirai Shrine[• 2]
Korean 치라이 신사
Chirai Sinsa
Chirai Shrine
Spanish Santuario ChiraiChirai Sanctuary
French Sanctuaire de ChiraiChirai Sanctuary
Russian Святилище Тирай
Svatilishche Tiray
Chirai Shrine
Thai Chirai Shrine
Vietnamese Đền ChiraiChirai Shrine
German Chirai-SchreinChirai Shrine
Indonesian Chirai Shrine
Portuguese Santuário ChiraiChirai Sanctuary
  1. ZH: Based on Japanese words that would yield the same pronunciation as the Ainu-based Japanese name. Its meaning is unrelated to the original name in Ainu.
  2. JA: "Chirai" may derive from Ainu チラィ ciray, "Parahucho perryi."

Change History

Released in Version 2.2

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