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Rice Harvest Ritual in Japan

Shrine maidens participate in a rice harvest ritual in Osaka, people hold a rally in Tokyo over the alleged rape of an Okinawa woman by two U.

Autumn in Japan.Drying the rice harvest

In thinking of my PDF imprint, this strikes a chord . Autumn in Japan. Drying the rice harvest

5月4日 : On May 4 in every year, Saio-dai Misogi no gi (a purifying ceremony of the acting High priestess) takes place.  Kamigamo-shrine,Kyoto

5月4日 : On May 4 in every year, Saio-dai Misogi no gi (a purifying ceremony of the acting High priestess) takes place.

In Japan, the white heron is deemed unique for its ability to move between three elements: air, earth, and water. Locals herald the graceful white bird as a symbol of good luck. Shirasagi-no Mai, which translates to “White Heron Dance,” is a millennium-old Japanese dance.

Japanese White Heron Dance - Shirasagi no Mai

In Japan, the white heron is deemed unique for its ability to move between three elements: air, earth, and water. Locals herald the graceful white bird as a symbol of good luck. Shirasagi-no Mai, which translates to “White Heron Dance,” is a millennium-old Japanese dance.

Imamiya Ebisu Shrine, Osaka. The Imamiya Ebisu Shrine is dedicated to Ebessan, the God of business and prosperity and was established around the year 600.

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Imamiya Ebisu Shrine: Happiness girl Visiting to pray for business prosperity - Osaka, Japan

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