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Visit to a Shinto Shrine, steps to follow and their explanations images

Visit to a Shinto Shrine, steps to follow and their explanations

Working for one of the main Shinto Shrine in Japan, there are a few things that I've been able to study, experiment and understand through my work. Here are a few advice if you wish to make a proper visit of a Shinto place, with the usual respect signs to show to the Gods... that even Japanese …(900 words)

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Sam

Visit Jinjya (Shrine) Shinto Tokyo Japan Japanese Meiji Shrine English
Chrysanthemum Exhibitions - Enjoy Japanese Flowers in Autumn images

Chrysanthemum Exhibitions - Enjoy Japanese Flowers in Autumn

Chrysanthemums are an important flower in Japan. They are at their best in the autumn and are celebrated with an exhibition in Tokyo's Shinjuku Park every year in the beginning of November.You can see the flowers also displayed at some shrines and temples. I have seen them in Tokyo at Senso-ji …(267 words)

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David

Autumn Chrysanthemum Flower Tera (Temple) Senso-ji Temple Garden Meiji Shrine Shinjuku Park
NicoNicoPark in Meiji Jingu Gaien. images

NicoNicoPark in Meiji Jingu Gaien.

NicoNicoPark (http://www.meijijingugaien.jp/english/park.html) is a nice park for small children. It's located in the old Olympic village in Meiji JIngu Gaien and is close to batting cages, the Olympic stadium, and the Yakult Swallows' Jingu stadium.(41 words)

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Nico

Tokyo Park Meiji Shrine
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Meiji Jingu

So covenient location next to Harajuku/Shibuya but, you will find awsome silence and majestic scenery in an authorative shrine.http://www.meijijingu.or.jp/english/index.html(28 words)

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Kamekichi

Tokyo Park Shibuya Harajuku Jinjya (Shrine) Meiji Shrine
How to visit shrines in Tokyo Metropolis! images

How to visit shrines in Tokyo Metropolis!

Japanese shrines generally are based in Shintoism and temples are based on Buddhism. Buildings have different names depending on religions just as we have churches for Christianity and mosques for Muslims. An easier way to tell which one is which is that you’ll find tori archways at shrines and gr…(349 words)

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Eddie

Tokyo Jinjya (Shrine) Meiji Shrine Ueno Akihabara kanda yushima kanda shrine