Futara-san jinja
   An important shrine in Tochigi prefecture dedicated to the sacred Mt. Futara. Its main festival is the yayoi matsuri on April 17th which features mikoshi, floats made by the ujiko, and the performance of plays.

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  • Jinja —    The generic term for shrine. Literally kami place , a reminder that kami are generally closely identified with the vicinity of the shrine, not seen as remote deities to be worshipped via any shrine (though see Yohai jo). In shrine names, jinja …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Nikkō Futarasan-Jinja — Haiden des Schreins Bogenbrücke auf dem Schreingelände Der Nikkō Futarasan Schrein (jap. 日光二荒山神社, Nikkō Futarasan jinja) in Nikkō in der …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Nikko Futarasan-Schrein — Haiden des Schreins Bogenbrücke auf dem Schreingelände Der Nikkō Futarasan Schrein (jap. 日光二荒山神社, Nikkō Futarasan jinja) in Nikkō in der …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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