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2012-08-21 02:00:40
おぉ~ So after ringing the bell(?), bow twice, clap twice, pray for you wish, then bow again once... SHRINE VISIT: http://www.ana-cooljapan.com/ Do you think shrine visit of Japan is cool? Visit our special site and vote! Real Japan is even cooler! Why don’t you visit Japan on All Nippon Airways?
2013-01-04 00:26:00
SHRINE VISIT: http://www.ana-cooljapan.com/ Do you think shrine visit of Japan is cool? Visit our special site and vote! Real Japan is even cooler! Why don’t you visit Japan on All Nippon Airways?
2013-03-01 03:04:10
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IS JAPAN COOL? DISCOVER

参拝

Shrine visit

Sampai is a visit to a Shinto shrine or Buddhist temple, where a prayer is offered. If you visit Japan with any of the following desires, you should take advantage of sampai. For example, you could visit a shrine or temple if you want to…

1. Experience Japanese traditional religious devotions during the New Year’s period.

2. Achieve personal goals like passing an exam or finding happiness in a love affair.

3. Seek healing at a shrine or temple famous for its curative powers since ancient times.

4. Go sightseeing at famous old sites in Kyoto and Nara.

5. Follow anime characters to Washinomiya Shrine, a popular spot for anime devotees.

How to offer a prayer at a Shinto shrine
Bow twice. Clap twice. Bow once more.

1. Bow low twice in the direction of the deity.

2. Clap your hands twice in front of your chest and pray for your wish to come true.

3. Bow low one more time in the end.

参拜是去神社寺院,祈祷神佛保佑的行为。去日本旅游时,如有以下心愿可以去参拜一下。

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