Eho-mairi
   Lucky-direction visit. A practice derived from ancient onmyodo beliefs and practices relating to auspicious and inauspicious directions which continue to be influential in Japan. It has contributed to the widespread practice of hatsumode at new year.

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  • Hatsumode —    The first visit (also hatsu mairi) to a Shinto shrine or Buddhist temple at New Year, typically January 1 3. It derives from the medieval onmyo do (yin yang) custom of eho mairi; visiting a shrine located in an auspicious direction. Hatsumode… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

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