Japanese Enthronement Ceremonies, The
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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accession Amaterasu-Omikami ancient announcement Banzai called carried cere Chief Ritualist Chinese Chinkon color couch-throne Curved Jewels Dai jo Sai Daij5 Daijo deities divine early Japanese eight Emperor Jimmu Empress enshrined Enthronement Ceremonies enthronement rites fact Food Festival food offerings food ritual Gate God-gate gods Grand Imperial Shrine guards of honor Haizen hand harvest Himorogi Imperial Household Law Imperial Palace Imperial Throne Japanese Enthronement Japanese Imperial Regalia Jimmu Tenno Kairyu Kami Kashiko Dokoro Kojiki Kusanagi Sword Kyoto Kyoto Imperial Palace light magatama magical Matsuri means modern moon myth Nihongi Ninigi-no-Mikoto officials Old Japan Outer Chamber present priests primitive purification regalia mirror regalia sword reigning Emperor ritualist bearing royal ruler sacred sword shaku Shiki Shin Shinto Shishin Shunkyo Sky-father Sokui Rei spirit stand storm Suki Halls Sun Goddess Susa-no-Wo-no-Mikoto symbol Taisho tatami tion Toky5 treasures Uneme Uneme bearing worship Yamato Yata Mirror Yuki Yuki District