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Encyclopedia of Shinto

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1 Amenohiwashi Described as the child of Tajikarao, ancestor of the Inbe clan of Awa Province, this deity is said to have planted paper mulberry trees and produced bark-fiber offerings (nigite) from them at the time
2 Busha sai Sacred Archery Festival or Foot Archery Festival (depending on the Chinese characters used to write the name). An archery rite held on March 17 at the Hotaka Shrine (Hotaka jinja) in Hotaka Town, Azu
3 Jingiryō The Laws on Deities of the Taihō and Yōrō codes. No copy of the Taihō Code of 702 has survived, but in the reconstructed Yōrō Code (promulgated in 757), the twenty-article Jingiryō comprises Chapter
4 Kukatachi The Japanese characters are also read kugatachi. This ritual is a type of trial by divine will used to judge the legitimacy or veracity of a person's claim. After the person about whom there are susp
5 Tennō matsuri "Heavenly king festival." A festival held on the fourth Saturday and Sunday of July at Tsushima Shrine in Tsushima City, Aichi Prefecture. Five "festival cart" boats (danjiribune, see dashi) are floa