Jinja,Shaden,Shinden

Jinja,Shaden,Shinden

大分類Basic Terms of Shinto 神道基本用語集
分野分類 CB宗教学・神道学
文化財分類 CB学術データベース
資料形式 CBテキストデータベース
+項目神社
+TermsJinja
テキスト内容Shinto shrine, a building and grounds enshrining the spirit of a deity or deities. There are about 80,000 shrines throughout Japan. In response to historical conditions, shrines have assumed various forms and sizes. Many are located in pure natural surroundings of great beauty and generally include the following elements:

-Honden (inner sanctuary or main shrine where the spirit of the deity is enshrined)
-Haiden (oratory or hall of worship where visitors worship and offer prayers)
-Norito-den (hall of litany where religious ceremonies are perfomed)
-Heiden (hall of offerings)
-Kagura-den (stage for performance of kagura, Shinto ceremonial dance)
-Shamusho (shrine office)
-Torii (arch)
-Temizuya (place for performing ablutions, see also temizu, misogi)

Shinto priests (shinshoku) officiate at shrine ceremonies. Committees of priests, ujiko (parishioners), and ujiko sôdai (parishioner representatives) manage the shrines. Upkeep is based on offerings from the ujiko and worshipers.
+BTS辞書ページURLhttps://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/bts/detail/?id=3763
+関連項目社殿,神殿
+Related TermsShaden, Shinden
-114392009/02/19Administrator00BTS000114神社,社殿,神殿Jinja,Shaden,ShindenShinto shrine, a building and grounds enshrining the spirit of a deity or deities. There are about 80,000 shrines throughout Japan. In response to historical conditions, shrines have assumed various forms and sizes. Many are located in pure natural surroundings of great beauty and generally include the following elements:

-Honden (inner sanctuary or main shrine where the spirit of the deity is enshrined)
-Haiden (oratory or hall of worship where visitors worship and offer prayers)
-Norito-den (hall of litany where religious ceremonies are perfomed)
-Heiden (hall of offerings)
-Kagura-den (stage for performance of kagura, Shinto ceremonial dance)
-Shamusho (shrine office)
-Torii (arch)
-Temizuya (place for performing ablutions, see also temizu, misogi)

Shinto priests (shinshoku) officiate at shrine ceremonies. Committees of priests, ujiko (parishioners), and ujiko sôdai (parishioner representatives) manage the shrines. Upkeep is based on offerings from the ujiko and worshipers.114神社Jinja社殿,神殿Shaden, ShindenJ01

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