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"Miko - Japanese shrine maiden." Hand-colored photo, 1880’s, Japan. Photographer: Kusakabe Kimbei

"Miko - Japanese shrine maiden." Hand-colored photo, 1880’s, Japan. Photographer: Kusakabe Kimbei

Gohei (御幣), onbe (御幣), or heisoku (幣束) are wooden wands, decorated with two shide (zigzagging paper streamers) used in Shinto rituals. The shrine priest or maiden attendants (miko) use the gohei to bless or sanctify a person or object in Shinto rituals. The gohei is used for some ceremonies to cleanse a sacred place in temples and to bless, or exorcise any object that is thought to have negative energy.

Gohei (御幣), onbe (御幣), or heisoku (幣束) are wooden wands, decorated with two shide (zigzagging paper streamers) used in Shinto rituals. The shrine priest or maiden attendants (miko) use the gohei to bless or sanctify a person or object in Shinto rituals. The gohei is used for some ceremonies to cleanse a sacred place in temples and to bless, or exorcise any object that is thought to have negative energy.