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    Shinto, Japanese Religion

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    Goddess Amaterasu emerging from earth Japanese woodblock-print; 1860

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    Osakazu Byobu (Osakajo-zu byobu) - Japanese eight-panel folding screen showing the city of Osaka during the Toyotomi Era (1583-1615),Momoyama Period. Schloss Eggenberg (Eggenberg Castle Museum) Graz, Austria. Panel 1 - Two monks in front of the Shinto Nintoku Tennogu shrine, dedicated to Emperor Nintoku, 16th Tenno, late 4th to early 5th century.

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    Osakazu Byobu (Osakajo-zu byobu) - Japanese eight-panel folding screen showing the cityscape of Osaka during the Toyotomi Era (1583-1615), Momoyama Period. Schloss Eggenberg (Eggenberg Castle Museum) Graz, Austria. Panel 1 - First rider in the Sumiyoshi procession, an annual summer festival in Osaka, which is still celebrated. Ladies watching the rider's arrival. A foodstall right, top.

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    From the Illustrations to 100 poems by 100 poets: Sanjo In,Emperor,1012-1016.A ritual for the full autumn moon;A priest holds a "gohei",used in Shinto rituals,an accolite offers a cup of sake.Courtiers kneel in prayer.

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    Osakazu Byobu (Osakajo-zu byobu) - Japanese eight-panel folding screen showing the city of Osaka during the Toyotomi Era (1583-1615),Momoyama Period. Schloss Eggenberg (Eggenberg Castle Museum) Graz, Austria. Panel 1 - Woman in a foodstall waiting for customers during the Sumiyoshi festival.

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    Osakazu Byobu (Osakajo-zu byobu) - Japanese eight-panel folding screen showing the city of Osaka during the Toyotomi Era (1583-1615),Momoyama Period. Schloss Eggenberg (Eggenberg Castle Museum) Graz, Austria. Panel 1 - The Shinto Nintoku Tennogu shrine, dedicated to Emperor Nintoku (16th Tenno, late 4th to early 5th century).

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    Osakazu Byobu (Osakajo-zu byobu) - Japanese eight-panel folding screen showing the city of Osaka during the Toyotomi Era (1583-1615),Momoyama Period. Schloss Eggenberg (Eggenberg Castle Museum) Graz, Austria. Panel 1 - Two monks in front of the Shinto Nintoku Tennogu shrine, dedicated to Emperor Nintoku, 16th tenno, late 4th to early 5th century,

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    Osakazu Byobu (Osakajo-zu byobu) - Japanese eight-panel folding screen showing the city of Osaka during the Toyotomi Era (1583-1615),Momoyama Period. Schloss Eggenberg (Eggenberg Castle Museum) Graz, Austria. Panel 1 - The first rider in the Sumiyoshi festival procession, where the Sumiyoshi deities in their mikoshi (portable shrines) are carried to the port of Sakai and back. Ladies watching the arrival.

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    Osakazu Byobu (Osakajo-zu byobu) - Japanese eight-panel folding screen showing the city of Osaka during the Toyotomi Era (1583-1615),Momoyama Period. Schloss Eggenberg (Eggenberg Castle Museum) Graz, Austria. Panel 4 - The Sumiyoshi Shinto shrine complex.

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