Lotus flowers at Mimurotoji temple in Kyoto, Japan

Lotus flowers at Mimurotoji temple in Kyoto, Japan

Moon-viewing festival (Tsuki-mi), usually in September 月見団子 旧暦八月十五日の月を十五夜、同九月十三日の月を十三夜といいすすきや団子、芋、豆、栗などを供える風習があります。団子の形状は関東が丸形、関西は里芋の形で餡でくるみます。

Moon-viewing festival (Tsuki-mi), usually in September 月見団子 旧暦八月十五日の月を十五夜、同九月十三日の月を十三夜といいすすきや団子、芋、豆、栗などを供える風習があります。団子の形状は関東が丸形、関西は里芋の形で餡でくるみます。

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Let the light of peace and knowledge shine on us.

Let the light of peace and knowledge shine on us.

Prayer flags

Prayer flags

Buddhist Prayer Flag Texture 2 by jojo22 on deviantART

Buddhist Prayer Flag Texture 2 by jojo22 on deviantART

Ema Wishing tablets, small wooden plaques on which Shinto worshippers write their prayers or wishes. The ema are then left hanging up at the shrine, where the kami (spirits or gods) receive them.

Ema Wishing tablets, small wooden plaques on which Shinto worshippers write their prayers or wishes. The ema are then left hanging up at the shrine, where the kami (spirits or gods) receive them.

Japanese 1000 origami cranes -Senbazuru-: Senbazuru is a string of a thousand paper cranes. It is usually sent to a person who is ill or injured as a prayer for recovery. The crane is symbolic of happiness and long life in Japan.

Japanese 1000 origami cranes -Senbazuru-: Senbazuru is a string of a thousand paper cranes. It is usually sent to a person who is ill or injured as a prayer for recovery. The crane is symbolic of happiness and long life in Japan.

Senbazuru: a string of a thousand origami cranes, sent to a person who is ill or injured as a prayer for recovery. The crane is symbolic of happiness and long life in Japan.

Senbazuru: a string of a thousand origami cranes, sent to a person who is ill or injured as a prayer for recovery. The crane is symbolic of happiness and long life in Japan.

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