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Aichi Prefecture Ama-terasu-6-mikami ancient Aoi matsuri Asakusa Jinja Association of Shinto Atsuta Jingu belief blessing Buddha Buddhism Bugaku called cere Confucianism costume dance deity deity enshrined deity or deities Dengaku divine Dosojin Ebisu Edo period Emperor Emperor Temmu Empress Jito Engi-shiki Ennichi evil festival celebrated Fudoki Fukko Gagaku Gion matsuri gods Grand Shrine gyoji Hachiman Harai Heaven Heian period hichiriki Hie shrines Himorogi Hirata Atsutane Honden Honji However Imperial House Ise Jingu Ise Shinto Ishida Baigan Izanagi Izumo Taisha Japan Japanese Jidai matsuri Jingi-kan Jinja Honcho Kagura Kamakura period kami Kamo Kamo no Mabuchi Kamo shrines Kasuga Kasuga Taisha Kogo Kojiki Kokugaku Kokugakuin University Koma-inu Kumano Shrines Kyoto Lake Suwa Literally Magatsuhi matsuri meaning Meiji Meiji period Meiji Restoration misogi Miya-za Motoori Norinaga mountain Musubi Musubi-no-kami Nagano Prefecture Nakatomi Nakatomi clan Nara Nara period Nara Prefecture neo-Confucianism Nihon Shoki Norito offerings Okina Originally Percussion instruments performed pollution Portable shrine practice pray prayers Prefecture Priestess purification Reed instruments reign religion religious ceremonies rice ritual sacred saikai Saikigu saisei itchi Sanno Sansha sect Sectarian Shinto shaden Shaku Shichi-go-san Shimane Prefecture Shimenawa Shinbutsu shugo Shingon shinsen shinshoku shintai Shinto priests Shinto Shrines shintoku shrine architecture shrine buildings Shrine of Ise spirit Sugawara Michizane suijaku Suijin syncretism Taisha Takama Takama no Hara takatsuki Tama Tamagushi Tendai Tenjin Tenno matsuri Tokyo tutelary uji-gami uji-ko village Wakayama Prefecture water purification word worship Yabusame Yama-no-kami Yamazaki Ansai Yasaka Yomi