The origin of the "Konpira Fune Fune" song/こんぴら船々（Konpira-Fune-Fune）
The representative folk song of Kagawa.
It is also famous as "Ozasiki Uta" where geisha sing.
It is said this song was sung to pilgrims visiting the red-light districts of towns such as Kotohira, as well as in the lodgings in the vicinity of the Port of Osaka. However, it was also sung en route to the shrine, and the details of its origin are unknown.
It is said that it became popular among pilgrims to Konpira, who spread it throughout the country.