Showing posts with label - - - RRR - - -. Show all posts
Showing posts with label - - - RRR - - -. Show all posts

07/12/2014

- - - RRR - - -

[ . BACK to DARUMA MUSEUM TOP . ]
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

. Reference and LINKS .

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::


- - - - - - - - - - Shinto Shrines - - - - - - - - - -


Rashomon Gate 羅生門 Kyoto and a Demon story

. Reiken Jinja 霊犬神社 Dog Shrine . Shizuoka


. Rikyuu Hachiman 離宮八幡 Rikyu Hachiman . - Uji, Nara. Uji jinja 宇治神社,and Ujigami Jinja 宇治上神社


. Rin Jinja 林神社 for Sweets . - Nara
Hayashijooin no Mikoto 林浄因命 Hayashi Join, Rin Join


. Rokushoguu 六所宮 Rokusho-Gu .
- same as Unagihime Jinja 宇奈岐日女神社 Unagi-Hime Shrine


:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::


- - - - - - - - - - Buddhist Temples - - - - - - - - - -

Raikooin 大原来迎院 (らいこういん) Ohara Raiko-In - Raigo-In Kyoto

Raiooji 来応寺 Raio-Ji - Aichi
. pokkuri  ぽっくり amulets for a sudden death, "drop dead" .

. Rakanji 羅漢寺 Rakan-Ji - 500 Arhats . Meguro, Tokyo

. Reibai-In 嶺梅院 . - Akita. Fudo
..... 補陀寺 Hoda-Ji


. Rendaiji 蓮台寺 Rendai-Ji - Yugasan 由加山 . Kurashiki, Okayama

. Rengein 蓮厳院 Renge-In 金剛勝山 Kongoshozan . 0 Saga Henro 63

. Renkooin, 蓮光院初馬寺 Renkoin, Renkoo-In . Tsu Town

. Renshooin 蓮正院 Rensho-In . - Tsugaru, Aomori
..... Kobo Daishi and Fudo Myo-O

. Rinnooji 輪王寺 Rinno-Ji . Nikko, Tochigi

. Rinshooin 麟祥院 Rinsho-In, Rinshoin . - Nerima, Tokyo
- and Lady Kasuga 春日局 Kasuga no Tsubone

. Risshooin 立正院 きしもじん Rissho-In Kishimojin . - Fukushima

. Rokkakudoo 六角堂 Rokkaku-Do, Rokkakudo . - Kyoto
and Ikenobo Ikebana 池坊 活け花


. Rokudoo Chinnooji 六道珍皇寺 Rokudo Chinno-Ji . Higashiyama, Kyoto

. Ruriji 瑠璃寺 temples names Ruri-Ji .
- - - - - Rurikooji 瑠璃光寺 temples names Ruriko-Ji - Rurikō-ji  


. Ryooanji 龍安寺 /竜安寺 Ryoan-Ji, Ryoanji . Kyoto
Dragon Peace Temple

. Ryoosanji 両山寺 Ryosan-Ji - Futakamiyama 二上山. Misakicho, Okayama

. Ryoosenji, Ryōsen-ji 霊山寺 Ryosen-Ji . - Nara

Ryoozenji, Ryōzen-ji 霊山寺 Ryozen-Ji Tokushima - Fudo

Ryootanji 龍潭寺 Ryotan-Ji Hikone, Shiga



. Ryuudooji 龍洞寺 Ryudo-Ji "Dragon Cave Temple" .
Ryuu no makura ishi 龍の枕石 stone pillow for the dragon
Dragon's pillow rock

. Ryuugaiji 龍蓋寺 Ryugai-Ji "Dragon Lid Temple" .

- Okadera 岡寺

. Ryuuginji 龍吟寺 Ryugin-Ji - Singing Dragon Temple .
..... Ryoogin An 龍吟庵 Kyoto
ryuugin koshoo 龍吟虎嘯  Dragon and Tiger lore



. Ryuugeji 龍華寺 (竜花寺) Ryuge-Ji "Dragon Flower Temple" .
in various parts of Japan

Ryuuhooji 了法寺(Ryuho-Ji and TORO BENTEN とろ弁天. Hachioji, Tokyo

. Ryuukakuji 龍角寺 Ryukaku-Ji . - Chiba

. Ryuukooji 龍口寺 Ryuko-Ji - Dragon Mouth Temple .
Fujizawa. Saint Nichiren and
Tatsu no Kuchi 竜の口 the "Mouth of the Dragon"

. Ryuukoo Fudoo 龍光不動尊 Ryuko Fudo Son . Ginza

. Ryuukooji 龍光寺 Ryuko-Ji - Temple of Dragon's Ray .
Ryuukooin 龍光院 Ryuko-In
Ryookooin 龍光院 Ryoko-In
. . . . . and
Ryuutokuji 竜得寺 Ryutoku-Ji "Temple of Great Dragon Quality"

. Ryuukooji 龍興寺 Ryuko-Ji . Fukushima - Fudo

. Ryuuoo in 龍王院 Ryuo-In - Dragon God Hall .
at temple Kinpusenji 金峯山寺, Yoshino, Nara


. Ryuuooji 竜王寺 Ryuo-Ji "Dragon King Temple" .


. Ryuusenji 龍泉寺 Ryusen-Ji "Dragon Fountain Temple" .
Aichi, Nagoya 愛知県名古屋市守山区


Ryuusenji 龍泉寺 Ryusen-Ji - Hachioji
. pokkuri Kannon ぽっくり観音 / ポックリ観音l .


. Ryuuzooji 龍蔵寺 / 竜造寺 Ryuzo-Ji . - Yamaguchi. Fudo


..........................................................................................................................................................


. ranma 欄間 transom .

. reiboku 霊木 divine tree, "tree with a divine soul" .


. reibyoo 霊廟 mausoleum - mitamaya 御霊屋 - tamaya 霊屋
- rei-oku 霊屋, o-tamaya お霊屋 .



. reisai 例祭 annual festival .


. rokuharamitsu 六波羅蜜 six paramitas,
six religious practice, roku haramitsu .


. Rokusan sama 六三さま Deity of Illness .

. Root Shinto - Book by Tresi Nonno .


:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

[ . BACK to DARUMA MUSEUM TOP . ]
[ . BACK to WORLDKIGO . TOP . ]

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

05/06/2014

Root Shinto

[ . BACK to DARUMA MUSEUM TOP . ]
. Reference and LINKS .
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::


Root Shinto by Tresi Nonno
Root Shintō


- quote
Shinto is basic Japanese religion.



Along with Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism it shapes Japanese spiritual landscape. But Shinto is often represented as a rather primitive heap of eclectic cults. In this book author tries to eliminate late borrowings and analyse basic concepts and show inner logic of Root Shinto (early Shinto).


- source : tresi-nonno.blogspot.jp/2014/01


.......................................................................


- quote
I am Tresi (Tresi is Ainu female name). I am anthropologist from Japan. I have been studying Shintō since 2003, also I am a follower of a tradition.
Shintō is first and the basic religion of Japan. Along with Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism it shapes the spirit landscape of Japanese culture. Shintō is the only religion of Japan which was not imported but is of islands origin.

It is important to note that term Shintō would better be revised because it is just an artificial term invented in the period of Nara (more exactly about 720 y.) in order to distinguish believes of islands origin from Buddhism and Taoism: in the scroll of Nihon shoki 日本書記devoted to the emperor of Yōmei 用明can be seen the following “Emperor believed in the doctrine of Buddha and honor the way of kami”.

Term Shintō (神道) – “the way of of kami” was invented according to Chinese model of naming of different doctrines: as far as Chinese culture is culture of written signs, doctrines and concepts are expressed in written signs and through these signs can be step by step acquired.
Due to this gradually acquire appears the analogy of “way”, i.e. gradually moving to a certain aim but Shintō was not a "way", it was not a systematic doctrine so we should use this term with certain degree of awareness because using it we accept the Chinese point of view.

If we are going to catch the essence/inner logic of Shintō we have to find its root/roots and if we r going to find its root we have to pay certain attention to the history of Japanese ethnicity cause Shintō was shaped along with the formation of Japanese ethnicity.

Japanese ethnicity is a mix of at least three components: Ainu/Jomon, Austronesian and Korean.

- - continue here :
- source : tresi-nonno.blogspot.jp

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::


- quote
SHINTO – A purely Japanese phenomenon
The origins of Shinto go back to the very earliest times and it is related rather to the animist religions of the ancient Siberian populations.

Shinto gives divine status equally to forces of nature, to animals or to famous people. These divinities are called " kamis " in Japanese and their Chinese equivalent is " shin ". "To" or "do" mean " way " or " method " in Sino-Japanese. So Shinto is literally " the way of the gods ". The most important god is the sun which, among its other virtues, serves as a protection against invasions. So, we can say that the Japanese flag is a Shinto symbol.

The very name of the country, Nippon, is written with two Chinese characters : " ni ", meaning " sun " and " pan ", meaning " root " hence the translation "Empire of the Rising Sun".

Japan comes from the Chinese pronunciation of the same characters, Je-ben. However, the sun does not have a hierarchical role among the Shinto gods : each one has its place. The kami almost always inspire respectful fear. Among these we find mountains, animals like the tiger, the snake or the wolf ; and the Emperor himself. An imperial minister of the IXth century is the kami of calligraphy. There are allegedly 800 million kamis and the nickname given to Japan is Shinkoku, " country of the gods " .

- source : www.1000questions.net/en

nihon - nippon 日本 (にほん / にっぽん)

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

[ . BACK to DARUMA MUSEUM TOP . ]
[ . BACK to WORLDKIGO . TOP . ]

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::