MustLoveJapan

Religion

Japan has two major religions: the Shintoism and the Buddhism. They both shape the most basic portion of Japanese rich culture.

List of Features

Fujisan as the World Heritage Site

Mt. Fuji is the symbol of Japan. Now Mt. Fuji is designated as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its registered name is "Fujisan, sacred plac...

Kamakura Temples

If you want to see the historical buildings and temples, Kamakura is the best spot near by Tokyo. Kamakura was once the capital of Japan, an...

Kumano Sanzan

Kumano Sanzan is the name of three top Kumano Shrines (Kumano Hongu Taisya, Kumano Nachi Taisya and Kumano Hayatama Taisya). It is located i...

Nikko as the World Heritage Site

If you have not visited Nikko, you are missing one of the best tourist spot in Japan. Nikko is located approximately 3 hours from Tokyo, and...

Kumano sacred sites

紀伊山地の霊場と 参詣道 "Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range." The locations and path of this heritage site were based on the...

Jingu, the Gland Shrines

Jingu (神宮) is the grand shrines, the highest rank of Japanese Shintoism. They are related with the Japanese myth and emperors. Compare to th...

Dewa Sacred Mountains

Dewa Sacred Mountains is one of the most important religious holy place in Yamagata Prefecture. There are 3 mountains, Mt. Haguro, Mt. Gassa...

Seven Lucky Gods Tour

The pilgrimage Shichfukujin, the 7 lucky Gods, is one of the popular worshippings in any place of Japan. Most of the towns in Japan has temp...

New-Year Worshippers

Happy New Year! Have you got an “Omamori” yet? "Omamori" are Japanese Lucky Amulets. It is a Japanese custom that people visit a shrine or ...
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