Dai-gongen
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  • Gongen —    Avatar, incarnation, manifestation. Commonly dai gongen great gongen . An incarnation or temporary manifestation of a Buddha or bosatsu. Formal designations of kami as gongen seem to have occurred mainly towards the end of the Heian period, in …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

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  • Kompira Shrine — Kotohira gū (金刀比羅宮; also known as Konpira dai gongen ) is a Shintō shrine in the town of Kotohira in Nakatado District of Kagawa Prefecture, Japan. It is often familiarly referred to as Konpira san and supposed to be founded during the first… …   Wikipedia

  • Nikkō Tōshō-gū — 日光東照宮 Yōmeimon Information Type Tōshō g …   Wikipedia

  • Sanja matsuri —     Festival of the three shrines (in Tokyo: sanja here is to be distinguished from the Ise/Kasuga/Hachiman sanja mentioned above). It is held on the three days surrounding the third Sunday in May at the Asakusa jinja. The Asakusa area of Tokyo… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Tokugawa, Ieyasu — (1542 1616)    The first Tokugawa shogun. An astute, persuasive and skilful statesman he succeeded Nobunaga and Hideyoshi, completed the unification of the country and transferred the capital to Edo (Tokyo). On his death he was enshrined at Nikko …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Kotohira-Schrein — Der Hauptschrein (本宮, Hongū) des Kotohira gū Der Asahi no yashiro, auch Asahi sha Kotohira gū (jap …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kotohira-gu — Der Hauptschrein (本宮, Hongū) des Kotohira gū Der Asahi no yashiro, auch Asahi sha Kotohira gū (jap …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kotohira-gū — Der Hauptschrein (本宮, Hongū) des Kotohira gū …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sanctuaire Tōshōgū — Tōshō gū La yomei mon (porte d ivoire) du Tōshō gū de Nikkō Tōshō gū (東照宮, Tōshō gū …   Wikipédia en Français

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