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祇園祭の御朱印等で目にする「急急如律令」の意味(勅令を直ちに実行せよ)と祇園祭の関係につき解説します。
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Comprehensive guide for Sakura in Kyoto 2024 京都の桜につき英語で説明

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What is Kami, or Shinto Deity? 神につき英語で説明

There are many Shinto shrines, Matsuri, ceremonies and rituals. We can't under stand them without the knowledge of Kami, or Shinto Deity. In this post, I'll show you what it is. 合掌
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The faith of Goryo 御霊信仰につき英語で説明

Mitama is a sprit of the deceased. Ancient people thought it caused natural disasters and epidemics. In this post, I'll show you how people managed them in order to accomplish to the peace. 合掌
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Kigen Sai 2024: Kashihara Jingu celebrates the birth of Japan 橿原神宮の紀元祭英語で説明

Kigensai festival (紀元祭) is a ritual to celebrate the birth of Japan. According to Nihon Shoki,『日本書記』Emperor Jinmu (神武天皇) became the 1st emperor of Japan in 660 B.C. at a place known as Kashihara Jingu shrine today. In this article, you can learn about how Japan started and Kigensai.
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Japanese mythology 1: The birth of Japan

To under stand Japanese culture and its inheritance without the knowledge of Japanese mythology. I'll write a series of 6 posts on the important myths. 合掌
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Japanese mythology 2: Iwato Gakure, World without sun or Amaterasu Ohmikami

To under stand Japanese culture and its inheritance without the knowledge of Japanese mythology. In this post, let us see "Iwato Gkure," 合掌
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