Sankei
   A general term for shrine visit. It may refer to regular or occasional visits to a local or regional shrine to worship, or as part of pilgrimage.

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  • Sankei Shimbun — Beschreibung japanische Tageszeitung Verlag Sankei Shimbunsha Erstausgabe 1959 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sankei Shimbun — Sankei Shinbun  Sankei Shinbun 産経新聞 {{{nomorigine}}} Pays …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sankei Shinbun — 産経新聞 Pays  Japon Langue Japonais Périodicité Quotidien Genre Business Diffusion 2,191,587 ex. ( …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sankei Shimbun — Infobox Newspaper name = The Sankei Shimbun type = Daily newspaper format = Broadsheet (54.6 cm x 40.65 cm) foundation = June 20, 1933 price = Morning edition: 100 Yen/copy Evening edition: 50 Yen/copy Subscription: 3,925 Yen/month (Morning and… …   Wikipedia

  • Sankei Atoms — First Baseman Adam Riggs in der Uniform der Swallows. Die Tōkyō Yakult Swallows (jap. 東京ヤクルトスワローズ, tōkyō yakuruto suwarōzu) sind eine japanische Baseball Profimannschaft. Sie spielen in der Central League und konnten bisher fünfmal die Nihon… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sankei Sports — Nihongo|Sankei Sports|サンケイスポーツ|Sankei Supōtsu is a Japanese language daily sports newspaper published by Sankei Shimbun. As of 2002, it has a circulation of 1,360,000 in Japan. The newspaper is well known by its shorthand Nihongo|Sanspo|サンスポ|San… …   Wikipedia

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  • The Battles of Coxinga — nihongo|The Battles of Coxinga|国姓爺合戦|Kokusen ya Kassen is a puppet play by Chikamatsu. It was his most popular play: first staged on November 26, 1715, in Osaka, it ran for the next seventeen months, far longer than the usual few weeks or months …   Wikipedia

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