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Kumanoza shrine, Kumamoto, Japan 熊野座神社 もっと見る

1年に2回しか見れない世界遺産!奈良"万灯籠"で行われる儀式が異世界すぎる | by.S

1年に2回しか見れない世界遺産!奈良"万灯籠"で行われる儀式が異世界すぎる

1年に2回しか見れない世界遺産!奈良"万灯籠"で行われる儀式が異世界すぎる | by.S

Varieties of Torii gates in Japan : A「神明鳥居(Shinmei torii)」、B「鹿島鳥居(Kashima torii)」、C「明神鳥居(Myōjin torii)」、D「八幡鳥居(Hachiman torii)」、E「春日鳥居(Kasuga torii)」、F「中山鳥居(Nakayama torii)」、G「外宮鳥居(Gekū torii)」、H「三柱鳥居(Mihashira torii)」、I「三輪鳥居(Miwa torii)」、J「両部鳥居(Ryōbu torii)」

Varieties of Torii gates in Japan : A「神明鳥居(Shinmei torii)」、B「鹿島鳥居(Kashima torii)」、C「明神鳥居(Myōjin torii)」、D「八幡鳥居(Hachiman torii)」、E「春日鳥居(Kasuga torii)」、F「中山鳥居(Nakayama torii)」、G「外宮鳥居(Gekū torii)」、H「三柱鳥居(Mihashira torii)」、I「三輪鳥居(Miwa torii)」、J「両部鳥居(Ryōbu torii)」

Ancient Torii at Tateyama, Japan. A torii (鳥居, literally a bird abode) is a traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine, where it symbolically marks the transition from the profane to the sacred.

Ancient Torii at Tateyama, Japan. A torii (鳥居, literally a bird abode) is a traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine, where it symbolically marks the transition from the profane to the sacred.

Mossy Chozu-bachi of Daitoku-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan - Chozu-bachi 手水鉢  is a vessel originally designed to keep water for rinsing one’s mouth and cleansing one’s body before entering the sacred precincts of a Shinto shrine or a Buddhist temple in Japan.

Mossy Chozu-bachi of Daitoku-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan - Chozu-bachi 手水鉢 is a vessel originally designed to keep water for rinsing one’s mouth and cleansing one’s body before entering the sacred precincts of a Shinto shrine or a Buddhist temple in Japan.