椿大神社で行う滝行(禊ぎ・みそぎ)への誘い
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Information for MISOGI
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We will go to Tsubaki shrine to have the dynamic MISOGI ritual,
purification under a free standing waterfall - practiced at Tsubaki grand shrine for 1300 years.


??What is MISOGI??
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  The Shinto rite of ablution.  
The word MISOGI refers to the ritual cleansing of the body with  water to remove both physical and spiritual defilements.   Since Shinto lays great stress on purity and cleanliness,
  the act of cleansing the body assumes enormous importance.

It must be very good experience for you I'm sure.

about Shinto and Misogi


*Date* Every 11th (except April and October)
*Meeting* Motoyama Class at 18:30
※ We maybe change every time.
*Fee* \4,000.-(indlucing transportation and rental cloth fee
※ Praying fee is sepalate and as you like.
*Place* Tsubaki Shrine(1871 Yamamoto-cho, Suzuka, Mie)
*Activities*






appx.18:30 Leave Healing Space in Motoyama.



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Have supper at S.E.
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Start at 20:30
Priest's story (1 hour)
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After 22:00
Start to take MISOGI
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After MISOGI
Fire celemony
(finish at 0:00)
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We will have supper at S.E. and will return Nagoya at 2:00 midnight.
※Please consult how to go back.
*Seats* at leat 4 people   
*Others* Bring a bath towel.
You can borrow special cloth for Misogi at the Shrine.
Only the first time to have MISOGI, you have to pay \3,000.-.
But you can have MISOGI with free as you like after that.
When you clime Mountain, you should wear white cloth.

You can
sit out the action and just watch if you feel bad.
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-*-Participant's comment!
I really enjoyed Misogi  - it was one of my favorite 'Japanese' experiences.

The Misogi experience reveals a quintessential Japan - one that is local,
communal and mystical. A very special and hidden history of Japanese
spirituality can be seen, alongside an unforgettable vision of night-time
shrine, complete with candles and fire, chanting, white kimonos and
loin-cloths, and of course, stepping under that waterfall. An exotic moment.

-Maree

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