Kugatachi
   Or kugatachi-shiki. Hot-water ordeal. An ascetic practice of heat-pacification (see Chinka-shiki) used in some Shinto sects which consists in the priest dipping bamboo fronds into boiling water and sprinkling it repeatedly over the practitioner.
   See also Yudate matsuri.

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