神棚掃除の基本と特別なお手入れ方法

The Grand Shrine of Ise or "Jingu" is in Ise city in Mie. Kotaijingu Naiku enshrines Amaterasu-Omikami, head of all heavenly amatsu kami and deity of the sun. The "Daijingu-dana" or special house shrine was set up to enshrine the amulets of the Grand Shrine of Ise. In the divine age Kamiyo when the heavenly grandson Ninigi-no-Mikoto descended from the Great Plain of Heaven he brought with him the great gift of rice agriculture, the gift of Amaterasu-Omikami. Toyouke-Daijingu Geku enshrines Toyouke-no-Okami. These Oharai-taima were also distributed throughout Japan by the Ise-Kou or "Onshi "system. Amaterasu-Omikami was enshrined at the Grand Shrine of Ise in Mie prefecture. These treasures where to be enshrined as Kami. When a pilgrimage was made to Jingu the amulet or "Oharai-taima" was taken home. Jingu is composed of a large number of small shrines, centered around "Kotaijingu" and "Toyouke-Daijingu". The deity of food as the source of life and patron Kami of those occupations responsible for providing food, clothing and dwellings. She was given sacred treasures by her father "Izanagi-no-Mikoto". The purpose of the "O-Ise-mairi"or pilgrimage to Ise is to express gratitude for these blessings and to approach the shrine of the "solar progenitor" or parent to our solar system upon whom we depend for our lives. The present Kamidana has a deep relationship to the Grand Shrine of Ise. This practise was the origin of todays House shrine or "Kamidana". In the Edo period "Ise-Kou" or fraternal groups formed in every part of Japan.。 。 。

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神棚を飾る日時は、いつがよろしいでしょうか?

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神棚・神具の正しい祀り方。神棚の方角・飾り方・並べ方を解説

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神棚・神具・神徒壇について

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紙垂(しで)の作り方

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神棚・神具の正しい祀り方。神棚の方角・飾り方・並べ方を解説

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