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Kamidana ( "god-shelf") are miniature household altars provided to enshrine a Shinto kami. They are most commonly found in Japan, the home of kami worship.

Kamidana ( "god-shelf") are miniature household altars provided to enshrine a Shinto kami. They are most commonly found in Japan, the home of kami worship.

Japanese home altar

Part of aerisian faith is maintaining a family altar to honour house gods. The house gods are those deities that family members are born under, and honouring them with the altar ensures good fortune for the family.

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Torii – Shinto gate Stone stairs Sandō – the approach to the shrine Chōzuya or temizuya – purification font to.

Bildergebnis für japanese shrines

Bildergebnis für japanese shrines