Why is there a graveyard in the temple?

Why is there a graveyard in the temple?

The grave is a place to fill the bodies and bones of the deceased person. A flat object is called a “grave,” a hilly one is called a “mound,” and a tall one is called a “burial mound.” The ordinary people were buried in graves, and the aristocrats were buried in burial mounds. Both have stones on top.

What is a temple?

What is a temple?

There are many temples wherever you visit towns and tourist spots, but how much are you familiar with its history? This article briefly explains its history.

The effect of having an amulet

The effect of having an amulet

Do you know what effects amulets at shrines have? Amulets have various consequences. Everyone has their own worries, and if you utilize good a talisman well, you may be able to eliminate many of your concerns. In this blog, it introduces the effects of amulets that you can get at shrines.

About fortune slip(omikuji)

About fortune slip(omikuji)

Many people draw lots of fortune slips called Omikuji when visiting shrines. So do you know how long this Omikuji is effective? How long will the fortune be valid? It explains what to do after drawing the slip.

Multiple visits to shrines and Temples

Multiple visits to shrines and Temples

During your trip, you may want to visit several shrines and temples on the same day. Is it possible to go to multiple shrines and temples on the same day, or is it better to revisit the other day?

What is Shuin?

What is Shuin?

There are items recommended to bring if you visit a shrine or temple more regularly. The item called Shuincho is made of Japanese paper. This stamp is charming that it’s a great souvenir with memories.