Suzu
   A cluster of bells, used in shrine ritual. Isuzu means 'five bells' and Isuzu-gawa is the name of the clear river (gawa) that flows past the Ise Jingu and in which visitors to the shrine wash their hands and face before proceeding (see Misogi, Temizu, Mi-tarashi).

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  • Suzu District, Ishikawa — Suzu (珠洲郡; gun) was a district located in Ishikawa, Japan. On March 1, 2005 the town of Uchiura merged with a town and village from the neighboring Fugeshi District and the districts merged, forming Hosu District. As of this date, Suzu District… …   Wikipedia

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