Once upon a time, there lived an old man. He was a farmer.
One year, he harvested much rice in his rice fields. But the other farmers could have only little rice. Because the dry weather continued through of the year. They were very troubled.
Otono-sama was very anxious about farmers, for probably they would have suffered from famine in the winter time. So he ordered the old man to share his rice with the others. Then every farmer could grow young plants next year. Otono-sama was very pleased and gave him family name ``narita'', in English ``fertile rice field'', as a reward.
The old man had a child, and his child, his child,,, so now you know, I am the very descendant of the old farmer.