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Nagashi-Bina : Divine service on March, 3rd of every year @ Shimogamo-shrine, Kyoto Japan

Nagashi-Bina : Divine service on March, 3rd of every year @ Shimogamo-shrine, Kyoto Japan

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JAPAN

Zojoji Temple, Tokyo ; "Joya no Kane"-In Japan, they ring the bell in the temple in the evening of New Year's Eve. We call it "Joya no Kane". According to Buddhist beliefs, 108 is the number of passions and desires entrapping us in the cycle of suffering and reincarnation. So, the 108 bell chimes symbolize the purification from the 108 delusions and sufferings accumulated in the past year.

Zojoji Temple, Tokyo ; "Joya no Kane"-In Japan, they ring the bell in the temple in the evening of New Year's Eve. We call it "Joya no Kane". According to Buddhist beliefs, 108 is the number of passions and desires entrapping us in the cycle of suffering and reincarnation. So, the 108 bell chimes symbolize the purification from the 108 delusions and sufferings accumulated in the past year.

Japanese umbrella

Japanese umbrella

Japanese Sake

Japanese Sake

A Shinto priest holds a Sakaki branch during a purification ritual at Dazaifu Tenman-gū, Fukuoka, Japan.

A Shinto priest holds a Sakaki branch during a purification ritual at Dazaifu Tenman-gū, Fukuoka, Japan.

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Geta #japan

Chōzuya - a Shinto water ablution pavilion for a ceremonial purification rite known as temizu - Kyoto, Japan

Chōzuya - a Shinto water ablution pavilion for a ceremonial purification rite known as temizu - Kyoto, Japan

Ema 絵馬, a wooden tablet on which to write one's wishes: "Gambaro Tohoku (from 311)" on this particular one.

Ema 絵馬, a wooden tablet on which to write one's wishes: "Gambaro Tohoku (from 311)" on this particular one.

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