Japanese Enthronement Ceremonies, The

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Sophia University, 1996 - Social Science - 146 pages
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This text contains descriptions of the Japanese enthronement ceremonies. It covers the rituals, costumes, offerings, equipment, music, seating plans and buildings in which the ceremonies are held, giving their present function and past history. It examines the underlying importance of the rites.

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