Goma fire ritual at Ekoin Temple in Mount Koya, Japan. The Shingon Buddhist ceremony of consecrated fire is performed every morning to destroy negative energies, and cleanse the mind and spirit. This video shows the entire ceremony. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DaggyBusker Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaggyBusker Instagram: http://instagram.com/daggybusker Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/daggybusker ***********************************************************
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ReignBotHorror: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCchWU8ta6L-Dy3rGIxPINzw Dr. Creepen: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcZ_-5180OBED8NBkZgkRmQ LetsRead!: https://www.youtube.com/user/LetsReadOfficial That Creepy Reading: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThatCreepyReading Music: "Night Whispers" by Ketsa http://ketsamusic.com/ My Channel: https://goo.gl/8GhBcQ Facebook: https://goo.gl/ADFR6B Instagram: https://goo.gl/tqdcLP Twitter: https://goo.gl/zT8gFW tumblr: https://goo.gl/7GwYms Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/blameitonjorge/profile Rituals meant to invoke spirits or the supernatural are participated in by practically anyone who has ever had a childhood. The most well-known, such as “Bloody Mary”, have a strong element of danger, allowing kids to test the limits of their courage without the threat of actual injury. But what if the rituals actually worked? In Japanese culture, there are many such rituals that are thought to hold actual supernatural power- enough so that those describing them online and by word of mouth often caution strongly against trying them, or even knowing the details. But… you’re not superstitious, right? Surely knowing how these rituals are performed can bring you no harm, and if curiosity compels you to try one, we’re sure you’ll be completely safe. Of course, that doesn’t mean we have tried any of these ourselves, or ever would. In a million years. sources: http://www.scaryforkids.com/hide-and-seek/ http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/One-Man_Hide_and_Seek http://www.scaryforkids.com/kokkuri-san/ http://www.scaryforkids.com/bath-game/ https://theghostinmymachine.wordpress.com/2014/11/12/the-most-dangerous-games-daruma-san-or-the-bath-game/ http://www.scaryforkids.com/another-world/ https://theghostinmymachine.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/the-most-dangerous-games-elevator-to-another-world/ http://www.scaryforkids.com/satoru-kun/ http://www.scaryforkids.com/red-man/ https://whisperingdark.wordpress.com/2016/02/18/the-red-man/ https://whisperingdark.wordpress.com/2013/07/29/phantom-of-the-anwer/ http://www.scaryforkids.com/answer-man/ http://www.scaryforkids.com/white-kimono/ http://sixpenceee.com/post/119734967202/sixpenceee-dare-12-white-kimono-this-is-our-last http://sayainunderworld.blogspot.com/2013/01/please-do-not-ever-try-this.html http://sayainunderworld.blogspot.com/2013/10/the-secret-behind-have-you-got-ability.html http://sayainunderworld.blogspot.tw/2007/09/have-you-got-ability-to-see-ghost.html http://aminoapps.com/page/anime/6528987/japanese-paranormal-games-and-rituals-3-tsuji-ura-daruma-san https://whisperingdark.wordpress.com/2013/10/13/tsuji-ura/ Videos Used: 【閲覧注意】女の子4人で「ひとりかくれんぼ」を連続でしたら本当にヤバイなことになった…【RE׃PNTV ver5.1】. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZI6RtibJDOo こっくりさん kokkurisan Japanese Ouija Board https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoN1d3-DeAo Walking through Chatsworth Woods at night https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVnFfD426Ko door opening and footsteps from empty house https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6JpBVPwyDY Big abandoned house part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Ghlt2mwbkQ SATANIC BLACK MASS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuWA13lPYgg Resurrección satanista https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XH0S1-gcais A Page of Madness (狂った一頁 Kurutta Ippeji) 1926 Japanese silent film https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aubUkD_2k4 MAN WHO LAUGHS 1928 FULL Feature Film with Electronic Mash up Re Scored Mix by Bart Capuano https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYn4JPGlwTw Au Secours (1924), Abel Gance and live music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4y99xNpWVK4 Il caso Valdemar (Magnaghi/Hoepli, 1936) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4HwpnZUbfg A ritual "is a sequence of activities involving gestures, words, and objects, performed in a sequestered place, and performed according to set sequence." Rituals may be prescribed by the traditions of a community, including a religious community. Rituals are characterized by formalism, traditionalism, invariance, rule-governance, sacral symbolism, and performance. Rituals are a feature of all known human societies. They include not only the worship rites and sacraments of organized religions and cults, but also rites of passage, atonement and purification rites, oaths of allegiance, dedication ceremonies, coronations and presidential inaugurations, marriages and funerals, school "rush" traditions and graduations, club meetings, sporting events, Halloween parties, veterans parades, Christmas shopping and more. Many activities that are ostensibly performed for concrete purposes, such as jury trials, execution of criminals, and scientific symposia, are loaded with purely symbolic actions prescribed by regulations or tradition, and thus partly ritualistic in nature. Even common actions like hand-shaking and saying hello may be termed rituals.
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Dear youtube family, this video was taken during obachan's funeral ceremony last August 2018. https://youtu.be/xoYFs90eTX0
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The unrelenting pace of modern everyday blurs one moment into another, pushing us to seek not only a way out of this frenzied cycle, but also a way to reclaim our present. Chado, the Japanese Tea Ceremony, is one of these paths. To create your perfect bowl of matcha, read 'Chado [A Daily Ritual]': http://bit.ly/1MeS6cG Chado Utensil Terminology: Chawan - Matcha Bowl Chasen - Matcha Whisk Chashaku - Matcha Scoop ABOUT TEALEAVES Known as the luxury tea blender to Michelin Chefs and five-star hotels worldwide, we bring you not only an exquisite cup, but a way of living, beautifully. Order online for quality tea to your doorstep. Business Inquiries : [email protected] SHOP TEA in Tealeaves Webstore : http://bit.ly/1HMUcmg STILL CURIOUS? Website : http://bit.ly/1HMUedD Blog : http://bit.ly/1eFZaE6 Facebook : facebook.com/TealeavesCo Twitter : twitter.com/TealeavesCo Instagram : instagram.com/TealeavesCo Pinterest : pinterest.com/TealeavesCo/
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We've put together some mind-blowing rules of courtesy from Japan. Breaking them would seriously offend your Japanese friends or colleagues. Have you ever dreamt of visiting Japan? Seriously, who hasn’t? It is famous for its high-speed trains, colorful cherry blossom and kimonos, yummy sushi and incredible etiquette rules. Apparently, there is a ceremony and a set of rules for even the most routine things in the Land of the Rising Sun. TIMESTAMPS Addressing people 0:46 Exchanging business cards 2:06 Giving praise 2:56 Punctuality 3:45 In an elevator 4:30 Subways 5:09 Touching 5:38 Keeping it clean 6:04 Eating outside 6:51 Alcoholic drinks 7:57 Money 8:34 The art of sitting properly 9:09 Gifts 9:40 Bowing 10:42 Taking leave 11:33 SUMMARY - To address people by name is not enough in Japan. Our usual Miss and Mister last name won’t work either. And even the respectful title “-san“ is only the tip of the iceberg. There are actually more appropriate suffixes for addressing or referring to different people. - Exchanging business cards is a whole ritual. Make sure your card’s front side is facing your counterpart. Offer it with both hands. If your rank is lower than your partner’s, hold the card lower than they do. - The Japanese believe that "You can easily break a single arrow, but not ten in a bundle." In other words, group solidarity is much more important than individual success to them. - Timekeeping means so much to the Japanese they are surrounded by clocks. Every park, store and even many of the billboards have clocks in them. When a train is one minute late, the railway company will make an announcement with their sincere apologies. - If you are a tourist in Japan, try not to be the first to enter an elevator! Unless you really want to be the captain. The position is not paid though, and you don’t get a cool captain’s hat. - On the subway, there are some restrictive rules that the Japanese are expected to follow: talking is not allowed (on the phone as well), and it’s impolite to stare at others. - In Japan, it’s rude to look people in the eyes, let alone touch them. This country is not very large, so every Japanese person respects the personal space of others. - If you visit a Japanese home, prepare to take your shoes off before you enter. You will get slippers instead. - One thing to remember here is that you can’t bring your own food or drinks to the stall (which makes sense) and you can’t occupy your table for too long as there are other people waiting. - The Japanese have a strange attitude toward money: for some reason, they are embarrassed to show it in public. Therefore, money envelopes decorated in a traditional manner are very popular here. - If you are a tourist or a senior and spread out your legs, you’ll certainly get away with it, and no one will say anything. But it would be unimaginably inappropriate for a Japanese person to sit so. - You have to be very careful if you want to give someone flowers in Japan. Lilies, lotus blossoms, camellias and any white flowers, in general, are reserved for funerals. Potted plants will not be appreciated because of superstitions. - The art of bowing is so important in this country that children learn it at an early age. - In Japan, a customer or business partner is almost a god and is treated with incredible respect. When they leave, the whole company follows them to the door or elevator and keeps bowing until the doors are closed. Music: Eyes On You by Network 415 is part of the YouTube Audio Library (https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music). Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Rites of passage in adolescence are a cross-cultural phenomenon. They have existed throughout human history and may be a significant factor in the development of a stable adult personality. In Western culture, we are familiar with such rites as the Bar Mitzvah, Sweet 16 parties, and Quinceañera. In tribal cultures, coming of age ceremonies are, in many cases, much more elaborate and can be truly terrifying. From female genital mutilation to dropping a girl in the middle of the ocean during her first menstruation, here are the 10 most intense female rites of passage practiced throughout the world. Some of these practices aren't a normal part of these cultures anymore, but some are actually still going on. This list isn't for the faint of heart. Some the things listed on here are pretty cringeworthy and could be hard to imagine happening. But if you're brave, take a look. Keywords: Women's Rites Of Passage, Rites Of Passage, Genital Mutulation, Body Modification, ritual, ancient, tribal rituals, tribe traditions, honoring beauty,female rites, Girl becoming a woman ********************************** Join the Club! SUBSCRIBE Today! New videos every day SUBSCRIBE Here: https://goo.gl/oFPRLw FOLLOW us on FACEBOOK: COMMING SOON FOLLOW us on TWITTER: COMMING SOON Visit our SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/JerBrill?ref=hdr_shop_menu ********************************** Please help our channel grow by giving LIKES, sharing with friends and circles, adding comments and watching our videos. Thanks for watching everyone. ********************************** Interested in every kind of subject? Looking for cool top 10 lists? Then mo10ta is your what you were searching for! We make top ten lists from every kind of subjects like funny cats, interesting medical conditions or amazing touristic places. We want to keep you up to date to the worlds most interesting subjects. If you love top 10 list as much as we do, you should definietly subscribe.
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Like VICE News? Subscribe to our news channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News The Aokigahara Forest is the most popular site for suicides in Japan. After the novel Kuroi Jukai was published, in which a young lover commits suicide in the forest, people started taking their own lives there at a rate of 50 to 100 deaths a year. The site holds so many bodies that the Yakuza pays homeless people to sneak into the forest and rob the corpses. The authorities sweep for bodies only on an annual basis, as the forest sits at the base of Mt. Fuji and is too dense to patrol more frequently. Originally released in 2011 at http://vice.com Need help? In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Watch the last VICE Presents here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Presents-011 Subscribe for videos that are actually good: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/vice/videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com
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It is our privilege to film this beautiful Chado ceremony, which has been an important inspiration for TEALEAVES since our founding in 1994. We gratefully thank our friends Kazue Kojima, June Yoriko Tanemura, and Yasuko Takahashi who all practice the Japanese Way of Tea in Vancouver. New videos weekly. Make sure to subscribe to stay in the know about future Tealeaves projects and collaborations http://bit.ly/1M9G6g9 Learn about this ceremony & tea culture: http://bit.ly/1Hf77XO Visit the Nitobe Memorial Garden for an opportunity to experience the tea ceremony: http://www.botanicalgarden.ubc.ca/nitobe/tea-ceremonies Where to buy: Tencha Matcha High Energy : http://bit.ly/1HbrRo1 More on Tea Culture: A Russian Tea Samovar Story: http://bit.ly/1FL56FK A Brazilian Yerba Mate Tea Story: http://bit.ly/1GzfYF8 A Chinese Yixing Tea Story: http://bit.ly/19F7ou7 Business Inquiries: [email protected] Where to find us: Website: http://www.tealeaves.com Blog (Folio): http://www.folio.tealeaves.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TealeavesCo Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TealeavesCo Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/TealeavesCo Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/TealeavesCo/ About us: Known as the luxury tea blender to Michelin Chefs and five-star hotels worldwide, Tealeaves brings you not only an exquisite cup, but a way of living, beautifully. Order online for quality tea to your doorstep.
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Living with the dead: How Torajans celebrate death and afterlife Warning: The following video contains mature content and controversial subject matters. Viewer discretion is advised. WANT MORE D/CODE? Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2daokw6 D/CODE demystifies the science behind trending socio-topics across technology, culture, nature and the weird and wonderful. Website: http://www.discoverychannelasia.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DiscoverySEAsia Twitter: https://twitter.com/discoveryseasia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/discovery_seasia/
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(13 Dec 2011) 1. Various of honour guards wearing traditional Korean court dress carrying decorated chest in which royal books from the Joseon Dynasty were placed 2. Various of honour guards with chest entering Jongmyo royal ancestral shrine for official ceremony 3. Mid of man wearing traditional Korean court dress holding blue cloth-covered royal books and placing them down on table 4. Wide of ceremony with musicians in foreground 5. Mid of participants wearing traditional Korean court dress 6.Various of ceremony 7. Close-up of blue cloth-covered royal books 8. Mid of musicians performing 9. Close-up of man wearing traditional Korean court dress carrying royal books 10. Mid of man placing books back in decorated chest 11. Honour guards lifting chest 12. Various of honour guards carrying chest STORYLINE: South Korea celebrated the return of hundreds of centuries-old royal books from Japan on Tuesday. A ceremony at the Jongmyo royal ancestral shrine in Seoul marked the return of ancient books stolen by the Japanese during their rule over the Korean peninsula during the first half of the 20th century. Some 12-hundred ancient books were taken by Japanese resident-general Hirobumi Itou and other Japanese officials between 1906 and 1922. The books record and illustrate royal protocols used during the Joseon Dynasty, which ruled over the Korean peninsula between 1392 and 1910. They describe weddings, funerals, banquets and other royal procedures. During their occupation, the Japanese used the texts to study Korea. Tuesday's ceremony started with a traditional enshrinement procession leading into the Jongmyo royal shrine, where Joseon kings and queens held memorial services. Participants in the parade and ceremony wore hanbok - colourful traditional Korean costumes. Traditional music was played as the books were subjected to a Confucian rite. They were then taken to Seoul's National Palace Museum where they will be put on display in a few weeks time. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/81ff87ac3f57b86521e8cc578ad8ccd4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Tradition and ritual - they form part of many important stages of our lives from birth until death, with ceremonies marking both the beginning and end of life. Death - in most cultures - is often seen as a physical end to our time in this world. But on one Indonesian region, that isn't the case. And the journey from death to burial can be a long one. Sahar Zand reports on the ancient death customs of the Torajan people. Her report contains graphic images which some viewers may find disturbing. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBX37n4R0UGJN-TLiQOm7ZTP Big Hitters https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUME-LUrFkDwFmiEc3jwMXP Just Good News https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUsYo_P26cjihXLN-k3w246
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Yakuza: Japan's violent organized crime syndicate that believes they're descendants of samurai. Learn more about this Japanese mob / mafia from Tokyo! Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 8: Cutting off pinkies When entering a terrifying organization like the Yakuza, you should expect to be exposed to a lot of harm, not just from enemy gangs, but from your own members as well. Failure is often not tolerated, and you should expect more than just detention. The Yakuza practice plenty of bizarre rituals, but are most known for Yubisume, or the act of cutting off a section of one's little finger. This is done as a form of penance, as a means of apology, or punishment. The transgressor will then present their severed pinky to their 7: Full body tattoos Another bizarre and painful Yakuza ritual is full body tattoos. This practice is known as "Irezumi", and has a rather long standing in Japan’s history. It evolved from being used for ritual and status purposes, to becoming a form of punishment in order to brand criminals. Tattooing was eventually outlawed in the Meiji period as the Japanese governmentYakuza. Tattooing 6: Corporate Blackmail The Yakuza are known for all sorts of crimes ranging from human trafficking, rigging sumo matches, and firearm deals. But one of their biggest fortes is corporate blackmailing. Compared to Italian mafias who usually extort small businesses for "protection money", the Yakuza practices their own unique extortion method, with a specialized faction known as the sokaiya. The sokaiya would typically blackmail large corporations and conglomerates, usually focusing on stockholder meetings. They would obtain the rights to attend the meetings through stock purchases, and then scare other stockholders with their presence. The sokaiya also dig up all matter 5: Heirs to the samurai Some people actually consider the yakuza as the true heirs to the no longer existing warrior class of feudal Japan known as the samurai. The reason for this theory is due to some obvious similarities between the two groups when compared side by side. Both yakuza and samurai are organized into a strong hierarchical system that is based on honor and subservience. They have a strong sense of tradition and great pride 4: Political involvement The Yakuza have always been involved in Japanese politics, and the two have a long intertwined history. The Liberal Democratic Party of Japan which has dominated the country's politics for over 60 years is said to have received ridiculous amounts of donation money from the Yamaguchi-gumi, Japan's largest yakuza organization. This is due to the organization's leaders supporting the nationalist right wing party. It is also said that a number of high profile politicians have been proven to have had links with the 3: Their true size One of the most terrifying things about the Yakuza is their true size and extent of influence. After the second world war, it was reported that the total number of yakuza members had increased exponentially to about 184,000. This equates to about 1 yakuza member for every 2 police officers. This is the most members to have been in the organization at any one point, and was perceived as a threat by the American forces following their occupation of Japan 2: They hate being ridiculed It is quite a well known fact that the greatest mafia film of all time, the Godfather, never once had the word "mafia" mentioned throughout the entire film. This is mainly as an attempt to not upset the real mafia, who initially opposed the making of the film. At the Japanese side, the Yakuza also doesn’t take things lightly when it comes to being depicted badly on film 1: Yakuza wars The yakuza is known for violent rivalries between different gangs, and these rivalries would sometimes spiral out of control into full-on gang wars. The worst yakuza gang war ever was the Yama-Ichi war that took place in Japan from 1985 to 1989. It stemmed from a succession dispute in the Yamaguchi-gumi, which is Japan's largest and most dominant yakuza clan. A splinter group named Ichiwa-kai was formed by a disgruntled lieutenant who failed to inherit the Yamaguchi-gumi's top position. The Yamaguchi-gumi vowed revenge, igniting a bloody four year war. Things got so terrible that a daily local newspaper started putting together a score card listing down the deaths and injuries inflicted upon the 2 gangs on their front page. In the end, the Yamaguchi-gumi
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🚗🇯🇵Watch my Month Long Road Trip Across Japan HERE ▶︎ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Co18YWuj_BA&list=PLT5W7CXHO8Ldr3N_ekoQfujVuGh__JeeB Thank you to Jei for letting me join him at his Coming of Age ceremony! Coming of Age Day in Japan is on the 2nd Monday of January each year. The drinking age, smoking age and voting age are all 20 in Japan, so becoming 20 is seen as a big event. ▶︎ JEI https://goo.gl/L49Dl0 ▶︎ I have another channel with tons more videos! SHARMANDER http://www.youtube.com/sharlainjapan ▶︎ Other popular videos: HOW I LEARNED JAPANESE https://goo.gl/BD8Hc5 JAPANESE INTERNET SLANG https://goo.gl/Bu1YdD JAPAN'S CAT ISLAND https://goo.gl/GOexsP CULTURE SHOCK IN JAPAN https://goo.gl/ICvW3P IS JAPAN SAFE? https://goo.gl/dh95sP ♥︎ Help Support My Channel ▶︎ https://goo.gl/bd9juM SUBMITTING SUBTITLES My channel is now eligible for fan submitted subtitles through YouTube! This should make it much easier. You can watch the explanation video on how you can contribute subtitles here: https://goo.gl/wd8KUp Please let me know in the comments if you have submitted subtitles for this video so I can credit you! SUBTITLES English - Me Japanese - Me Spanish German - 19Anna95 Dutch - Rachel Rietjens Chinese Swedish - Rotebrotobias Russian Urdu - WatchMeLiveAndStuff French FOLLOW ME ▶︎ FACEBOOK http://facebook.com/jyuusankaidan ▶︎ TWITTER http://twitter.com/sharlainjapan ▶︎ INSTAGRAM sharlainjapan ▶︎ BLOG http://sharlainjapan.blogspot.jp ▶︎ PO BOX // 私書箱 Yoshidamasaki Inc. Sharla 107-0061 Tokyo, Minato-ku, Kitaaoyama 3-9-5 Okamoto Biru 201 JAPAN (The address changed recently, but mail sent to the "Vortex Aoyama" address will be forwarded to this new address for the next year, so no worries if you sent anything!) ♫Music YouTube Audio Library & Digital Math - Joystick: https://youtu.be/lpJxSsb10jI I film with this camera▷ http://goo.gl/fKnheP I Edit with Final Cut Pro X Thanks for watching (and for reading the description box because no one ever does that so I love youuuu)!!! :) Sharla xx
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Subscribe Now: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-AMUSE A journey inwards is so often a journey out, Japanese actress and model Kiko Mizuhara discovers when we presented her with a bowl of tonkotsu ramen on a rainy Tokyo day. In Strange Desire, not only is the dish’s silky broth the perfect Autumnal comfort food; slurping the noodles from the bowl is a ritual that transports her to other worlds. Taking inspiration from the cult 1985 film Tampopo, Strange Desire is a synesthetic journey to the most surreal corners of the style icon’s psyche. A collaboration between the Catalan director Albert Moya and i-D and Amuse’s Erika Kurihara, Strange Desire takes place in one of the Japanese capital’s most seductive sanctuaries – a 17th century tea house set in the gardens of the Tokyo National Museum. Dressed in pieces by Japan’s leading designers like Junya Watanabe and Mihara Yasuhiro, and Amuse favourites Barbara Casasola and Charlotte Chesnais, follow Kiko into a place where senses collide to create a nirvana of food and fashion. Follow Amuse: Amuse.com | https://amuse-i-d.vice.com/ Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/AmuseOnModernLife Twitter | https://twitter.com/Amuselife Instagram | https://instagram.com/Amuselife Cover Star: Kiko Mizuhara Director : Albert Moya Fashion Director: Erika Kurihara Producer: Alexis Piqueras Director of Photography: Christos Voudouris Japan Executive Producer: Brian Masoto Kobo Japan Line Producer: Yumi Kaneko Hair Stylist: Go Utsugi Makeup Artist: Ken Nakano Art Director: Keisuke Sakurai Editors: Alejo Maseide & Jack Williams Grade: Moncho at Metropolitana VFX: Xavi Bertran at Metropolitana Sound Designer: Neil Johnson at Factory Special Thanks: Junsuke Yamasaki Group Director of Video: Ravi Amaratunga Head of Video: Tash Tan Head of Creative: Bunney Kinney Development Producers: Matthew Whitehouse & Kate Villevoye Production Coordinator: Tom ivin Production Assistants: Ben Larthe & Emily Hodgson Title Design: Albert Moya, Georgia Weisz & Valerio Oliveri
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In Indonesia, circumcision is considered the official beginning of a boy’s transition into manhood—a defining moment in his life, and a major cause for celebration. Families ring in the milestone with a traditional ceremony called a “Kuda Renggong,” dressing their children in colorful costumes and propping them up on dancing horses while live bands play for about six hours straight. VICE got an inside look at one of the extravagant ceremonies in West Java, following a six-year-old boy named Dani and his family as he prepped for the big day. Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo Click here to get the best of VICE daily: http://bit.ly/1SquZ6v Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vice Download VICE on iOS: http://apple.co/28Vgmqz Download VICE on Android: http://bit.ly/28S8Et0
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Japan's Princess Ayako married a commoner in a ritual-filled ceremony Monday (29 October 2018) at Tokyo's Meiji Shrine. Ayako and groom Kei Moriya were shown on national news walking slowly before guests at the shrine. The wedding took place in one of the pagoda-like buildings in the shrine complex and included an exchange of rings and a sharing of a cup of sake, according to Japanese media. Both rituals are relatively routine for Shinto-style weddings, including those of regular Japanese. Ayako, 28, is the daughter of the emperor's cousin, and Moriya, 32, works for major shipping company Nippon Yusen. Hindustan Times, owned by HT Media Ltd, is one of India’s largest publications that provides unbiased news, analysis and features on politics, sports, entertainment, lifestyle and more. Hindustan Times delivers the news across all social media platforms, on the web, and at your doorstep. Subscribe to our channel: http://read.ht/fLZ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/htTweets Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hindustantimes iOS:- http://m.onelink.me/bcae8b2d Android:- http://m.onelink.me/986f584a Watch more videos at: http://www.hindustantimes.com/video hindustantimes.com © 2016
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Sumiko hops into a coffin and lies down, testing it for size. For her, it’s a chance to “try before you die”. The 40-year-old woman is among a growing number of Japanese taking a proactive approach to planning their funeral, sparking a booming death industry. In 2014, approximately 1.26 million people died in Japan. And with an ageing population, that number is estimated to continue rising until 2042. Japan is running out of space to bury the dead, and traditional funerals have become expensive as a result. The death industry and temples are trying to get creative by finding innovative, affordable ways to send their clients into the afterlife. We take a look at how Japan says its final goodbyes. More from 101 East on: YouTube - http://aje.io/101eastYouTube Facebook - http://facebook.com/101east Twitter - http://twitter.com/aj101east Instagram - http://instagram.com/aj101east Website - http://aljazeera.com/101east
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Top 10 Creepiest Ritual Games You Should NOT Play // Subscribe: http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD // TIMESTAMPS BELOW Be sure to visit our Suggest Tool and Submit Ideas that you would like to see made into Top 10 videos! http://www.WatchMojo.com/Suggest There are some scary creepypasta rituals out there. Whether it’s the Elevator Ritual, which supposedly takes you to another dimension, the Closet Game, which summons a demon, or 11 Miles, where you head out alone at night and drive along until you find the 11-mile road, these are dangerous games you should not play. WatchMojo counts down ten paranormal games that will freak you out. Wanna scare yourself even more? Be sure to watch our other videos on the Top 10 Ways To Exorcise A Demon Or Ghost: https://youtu.be/fQw0-EjXHJY, Top 10 CREEPIEST Cursed Objects That Actually Exist: https://youtu.be/rZvac9PZt6A and Top 10 TERRIFYING But REAL Haunted Dolls: https://youtu.be/sP5aNm1bcXE. 00:55 #10: Devil Face 01:35 #9: 11 Miles 02:33 #8: The Three Kings 03:24 #7: The Gallery of Henri Beauchamp 04:14 #6: The Bath Game 05:15 #5: The Closet Game 06:04 #4: The Elevator Ritual [or Game] 06:51 #3, #2 & #1 ??? Special thanks to our users CpXatMrBieber and SpongeBobSquarePants for suggesting this idea! Check out the voting page at http://www.watchmojo.com/suggest/Top%20Ten%20Creepiest%20Rituals Our Magazine!! Learn the inner workings of WatchMojo and meet the voices behind the videos, articles by our specialists from gaming, film, tv, anime and more. VIEW INSTANTLY: http://goo.gl/SivjcX WatchMojo's Social Media Pages http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo http://instagram.com/watchmojo Get WatchMojo merchandise at shop.watchmojo.com WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.
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January is a time for coming-of-age celebrations in Japan. This year, the Coming-of-Age Day national holiday fell on Jan. 14, and many local governments and other entities across the nation held ceremonies on or around that date. To read the full story http://the-japan-news.com/news/article/0005491939
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Marriage rate in Japan is declining a lot nowadays. Maybe this is not just Japan, but compared to other Asian countries, Japan leads the way. In the West, the decline of marriage has been accompanied by a big rise in the number of unmarried couples living together, only around 1.6% of Japanese couples cohabit in this way. So in Japan fewer marriages means fewer babies, which is not good in Japan. But why fewer people get married in Japan? Let's ask Japanese Marriage Counselors about that! ＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝ ■Online Course For Japanese Learners - NOBI LESSON https://nobilesson.nobi-web.com/lp/ ＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝ If you're interested in meeting or dating a potential marriage partner, I highly recommend you to take a look at their websites below; ■Naoko (The right woman) from Kaiwa-U.S.A. (in Towson) ; http://MeetJapanLady.com ■Miyoko (The middle woman) from Glow Match Makers (in San Francisco) ; http://www.glowjp.net/ ■Rumi (The left woman) from LaLa Story (in Tokyo) ; http://lala-story.com/ ＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝ ■Help My Channel Grow! (My Patreon Page) http://patreon.com/Find_Your_Love_in_Japan ＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝ Related Videos ■Do Japanese Girls Want to be a Housewife (Interview) https://youtu.be/zWLSSk8H4sc ■And Some Women Wonder Why Men Don't Want To Get Married or Have Kids Anymore https://youtu.be/VNc3_Qf8QiE ■Do Japanese Women like Black Men? 일본여자는 흑인남자를 좋아한다!?? ft.Blasian Love Story(2016 vlog ep. 49) https://youtu.be/nNnXJGf2O4Y ■Eating Disorders In Japan (ft. Muscle Watching) | ASIAN BOSS https://youtu.be/RLLpKtzTZpg ■Japanese Girls On The Ideal Marriage Partner | ASIAN BOSS (한글자막) https://youtu.be/VIMYW9D9ods ■Ask Japanese women : Do you want to date foreigners? 外国人男性と付き合ってみたい？ https://youtu.be/BK4skE2CfvA ■What Japanese Women Think of Dating Foreign Men (Interview) https://youtu.be/1qFpMqe5znM ■Ask Japanese about dating a foreigner? Do Japanese people want to marry a foreigner? (their voices) https://youtu.be/sP8ryqDksWM ■What BODY TYPES do Japanese girls prefer? Tall, small, big, thin? https://youtu.be/2omOk5SvLnk ■Do Japanese Men Date Foreign Women? (Interview) https://youtu.be/gQYoJotXN7U ■Do Japanese Men Date Foreign Women? 2 (Interview) https://youtu.be/2LuiQomrdGA ■What Kind of Women Piss Off Japanese Men? https://youtu.be/RzXQHSm3KxQ ■Too much makeup turns 15-year-old Korean girl into a monster; Japanese makeup tips - Compilation https://youtu.be/5pVFsa7Oqoc ＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝ Official Website (written in English); http://find-your-love.tsubasakaiser.com/ Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/findyourloveinlove/
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Episode 1822 - Japan : Tradition & Culture This week Dennis Wholey experiences the profound cultural depth of Japan. Throughout the country Dennis finds that despite being one of the most modern countries on earth, Japan is still rooted in its traditions and culture. Segments focus on meditation in the mountain temples of Koyasan, traditional Washoku cuisine in Kyoto and Shinto beliefs at the Meiji Shrine in the heart of Tokyo.
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Tracklist and other info : Buy our music here : Eastern Winds CD iTunes : https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/eastern-winds/id942779581 Bandcamp : https://dbfiechter.bandcamp.com/album/eastern-winds Amazon Physical CD : http://www.amazon.com/Eastern-Winds-Various-Artists/dp/B00SUCJXVW Shuriken CD iTunes : https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/shuriken/id945392064 Bandcamp : https://dbfiechter.bandcamp.com/album/shuriken Amazon mp3 : http://www.amazon.com/Shuriken-Various-artists/dp/B00R8OVQAE Amazon Physical CD : http://www.amazon.com/Shuriken-Various-Artists/dp/B00QMVQ8BQ Listen to this music on Spotify & Pandora: Spotify (Eastern Winds) : https://open.spotify.com/album/2yLSyn7akjQHGJQnUUdKps Pandora (Eastern Winds) : https://www.pandora.com/artist/various-artists/eastern-winds/ALmdZ2d99hv5b5q Spotify (Shuriken) : https://open.spotify.com/album/0daXdzPeEXC0MTv48kjXbD *** Tracklist : Beautiful Japanese Music: 0:00 – Tea Ceremony 3:53 – Hot Springs 7:14 – Sushi Restaurant 10:24 – Bonsai Trees 14:00 – Zen Garden 18:20 – Cherry Blossoms 22:20 – Falling Snow 25:50 – Mount Fuji 29:16 – Japanese Lanterns 32:41 – Kitsune Woods Epic Japanese Music: 36:27 – Feudal Castle 39:45 – Prince of the Sun 43:16 – Samurai Warrior 47:23 – Honor of the Samurai 50:43 – Shadow Ninja 54:33 – Ninja Master 58:05 – Shuriken These beautiful Japanese photos are from swiftjetsum626 (1st picture) and Shiro524 (2nd picture). https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/8440158608 http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Matsumoto_Castle_1-1.jpg This beautiful thumbnail is taken from Desktop Nexus. http://abstract.desktopnexus.com/wallpaper/1583366/ Artwork for the Eastern Winds CD is by Zuxy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanas_Lake#mediaviewer/File:Lake_Kanas.jpg Artwork for the Shuriken CD is from Kaliostro. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Shuriken_Shaken_Roppogata.jpg ~ All music is composed by Derek and Brandon Fiechter ~
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Dai Hannya Tendoku E, Part 1 1974
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Relaxing Chinese Music ● Tea Ceremony ● Instrumental Guzheng, Japanese, Asian, Zen, Yoga Relax Music ► https://youtu.be/mjwmWPoHqW4 ★ Please check out our ASIAN MUSIC PLAYLIST for more ► http://bit.ly/asiamusiccolection ★ Please check out our YOGA MUSIC PLAYLIST for more ► http://bit.ly/yourrelaxyoga Hi! SUBSCRIBE ► PUT LIKE ► SHARE ► COMMENT ► THANKS ;) In the process of compose new music, we often look for inspiration in different places. It may be travel, musical instruments, sound, or even some kind of tune that we have heard somewhere on the market on the way home. Inspiration can be where you never meet him unexpectedly. Our friend became interested in tea ceremony. Traditional Chinese ceremony, as some art, watch it interesting and exciting. Therefore, our new track, we have dated it to the traditional Chinese tea ceremony . As you can see, we did it and called: "Tea Ceremony" ;) We have tried to unite the sounds of nature with traditional instruments such as the "guzheng" and "erhu." We hope you enjoy our music. Use our music you can in different ways. Listen to music for relaxation, meditation, stress relief, study, simply as background music. Also, it is suitable for yoga, massage and spa treatments. Since this is a traditional Chinese music, you can use it for tea ceremonies. Stay with us and share our music through social networks. =============== Thanks for watching! If you like our work, ♥ support us ♥ :) SUBSCRIBE to the channel, comment, put likes👍, please repost and share music with friends on the social networks. All this will help us to create high-quality and beautiful music for you. In turn, we will try to spread more and more beautiful hang drum music for meditation, healing, yoga, spa, relaxing & background music. More handpan drum music, massive hang music and best handpan music for relax. ♪♪♪ =============== And don't forget to put Likes on FB! ► http://bit.ly/yourrelaxfb Follow us on Twitter! ► https://twitter.com/YouRRelaxMusic Subscribe to us in the Telegram ► spiritualsense =============== ♪ Composer: Spiritual Sense ♪ Original track title: Tea Ceremony (Chinese Zen Music) Traditional Chinese Music ● Tea Ceremony ● Instrumental Guzheng Relaxing, Music of Asia, ZEN, Yoga © This music is reserved by all rights presented by the law of united states of America. © =============== ► Relaxing, Healing & Meditation Music ◄ We traveled a lot and got acquainted with the cultures of different countries, which has helped us to better understand their music and traditions, as well as comprehend the spiritual fulfillment of ritual and spiritual teachings. In our music we often weave traditional motifs of Indian Music, Arabic Music, Japanese Music, Chinese Music and Tibetan Music. Our music is designed to unleash the full potential of your meditation, helping to attain enlightenment, to cleanse the soul and mind (mind & body relaxing music), put you into a state of deep meditation and help concentrate. Also our music is suitable for people involved in martial arts, it will serve as excellent background music for your workouts. Use our music for the best results to relax (relaxing). ► Nature Sound & Noise Music ◄ The sounds of nature (nature music), such as the sound of the rain, the wind, the sound of the sea and other natural phenomena simply need to relax and can be an excellent background accompaniment to everyday affairs. We create, as well as write in the field the highest quality material and do the compilation for you. ► Yoga Music ◄ Our music for yoga (yoga music), can help you relax your body and focus on your spiritual "Inner World" plunged into a trance and forget about everything. Music with elements of ethnic instruments great for yoga classes and will be good to beginners and people have long been involved in yoga. ► Reiki Music & Zen Music ◄ For treatments of alternative medicine, which are Reiki technology, those involving internal strength and energy of the person, will also be useful for music. After all, music from ancient times is an inherent part of human life, largely affects the psychological and emotional state of a person. Use our music, filled with soft and pleasant sounds to listen in everyday procedures, it would be extremely useful. On our channel you will find only the best Zen Music and Reiki music. ► Massage Music & Spa Music ◄ Instrumental music is perfect for spa treatments and massages, and will help you relax, set to the correct positive wave and enjoy the procedures. The sounds of the ocean, guitar or piano, coupled with the sounds of nature will create a nice atmosphere and relax your mind and body.
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Kodō (鼓童) ( http://www.agoravox.tv/culture-loisirs/culture/article/kodo-un-battement-de-coeur-29699 « Kodo, un battement de coeur japonais rythmé par le taiko » : voir l'article et les vidéos) est un groupe de percussionnistes japonais originaire de l'ile de Sado. Son nom signifie « battement de coeur » et « enfant du tambour » en japonais. ( http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kod%C5%8D_(groupe) ). Le collectif Kodo est formé en 1981 par d'anciens membres du groupe Ondekoza à la suite d'un différent entre Tagayasu (fondateur d'Ondekoza) et ses musiciens. Il perpétue et réinvente la tradition musicale japonaise, en explorant toutes les possibilités offertes par le taiko, tambour de peau tendue sur bois utilisé dans les fêtes traditionnelles. Il parcourt le monde depuis le début des années 1980 pour diffuser son message « d'humanité partagée, de conscience environnementale et de paix ». A Message to the Victims and Survivors of the Tohoku Earthquake & Tsunami : http://www.kodo.or.jp/news/index_en.html Thanks to (Merci à) http://www.youtube.com/user/musicbox8 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiko Ōdaiko : One of the most memorable drums of many taiko ensembles is the ōdaiko (大太鼓). For many, the ōdaiko solo is the embodiment of power due to the size of the drum, the volume, and the endurance it takes to perform. The ōdaiko is the largest drum of all taiko, if not the entire world. The largest ōdaiko are too big to move and permanently reside inside a temple or shrine. Ōdaiko means "big taiko", but within any group, it describes the largest drum in an ensemble, which could mean 12 inches (300 mm) in diameter or 12 feet (3.7 m) in diameter. Made from a single piece of wood, some ōdaiko come from trees that are hundreds of years old. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kodo_(taiko_group) Kodō (鼓童?) is a professional taiko drumming troupe. Based on Sado Island, Japan, they have had a role in popularizing taiko drumming, both in Japan and abroad. They regularly tour Japan, Europe, and the United States. Although the main focus of the performance is taiko drumming, other traditional Japanese musical instruments such as fue and shamisen make an appearance on stage as do traditional dance and vocal performance. Kodo's performance include pieces based on the traditional rhythms of regional Japan, pieces composed for Kodo by contemporary songwriters, and pieces written by Kodo members themselves. The numbers that Kodo perform can change from concert to concert. Kodo's performance normally lasts for about one hour and forty minutes. In Japanese the word "Kodo" conveys two meanings: "heartbeat" the primal source of all rhythm and, read in a different way, the word can mean "children of the drum," a reflection of Kodo's desire to play their drums simply, with the heart of a child. Kodo strives to both preserve and re-interpret traditional Japanese performing arts. From worldwide tours and research trips, Kodo brings back to Sado world music and experiences which now exert a strong influence on the group's performances and compositions. They also collaborate with other artists and composers. Since their debut at the Berlin Festival in 1981, Kodo have given over 3,100 performances on five continents, spending about a third of the year overseas, a third touring in Japan and a third resting and preparing new material on Sado Island.
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Ever wanted to know something so bad it feels like it could kill you? Well this new year ritual might actually do so ! Welcome My Lovely Lilies to The Shakowin Tatetob (The Nation of The Four Winds) We have a brand new entry to The Nation today. Remember to bring your dreamcatchers along... and let me be your beakon of light as we pass through this valley of horror and follow me as we delve into these tales that will haunt your very soul! And Until Next Time Sweet Dreams My Lovely Lilies Hidden In The Nation Of The Four Winds ●Patron● Find me on Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/LilliecNation02 ~ ◆ Please Follow Me ◆ ~ ★ Twitter • https://twitter.com/LillieCNation02 ☆ Instagram • lilliecnation ★ VidMe • https://vid.me/LillieCNation02 ☆ Snapchat • lcnation02 ◆ Music ◆ 》CO.AG ◆ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcavSftXHgxLBWwLDm_bNvA 》Myuuji ◆ https://www.youtube.com/user/myuuji 》The Dark Somnium • htttp://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_e39rWdkQqo5-LbiLiU10g 》Kevin McCloud • https://www.youtube.com/user/kmmusic 》Native American Flute ◆ Lullaby Campfire 》Lee Nix ◆ All Alone • http://www.worldflutes.org/free_music_downloads/ ● Intro and closing music ● Lakota Sioux Woman Power Song I do not have copyrights, I acknowledge that I did purchased this from Amazon and this was purchased by me especially for the intro and ending. Also many pictures were obtained from Google |•http:www.istockphoto.com•| |•pixabay.com• | and I acknowledge that I do not own them do own copyrights to them nor do I make money off them! With that being said This video qualifies under Section 107 under United States Copyright laws as fair use .
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Audio Wisdom Lecture by Manly Palmer Hall: Secret Ceremonies In China & Japan Manly Palmer Hall was a Canadian-born author and mystic. He is perhaps most famous for his work The Secret Teachings of All Ages: An Encyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Hermetic, Qabbalistic and Rosicrucian Symbolical Philosophy, which is widely regarded as his magnum opus, and which he published at the age of 27. He has been widely recognized as a leading scholar in the fields of religion, mythology, mysticism, and the occult. In 1934, Hall founded the Philosophical Research Society (PRS) in Los Angeles, California, dedicating it to an idealistic approach to the solution of human problems. The PRS claims to be non-sectarian and entirely free from educational, political, or ecclesiastical control, and the Society's programs stress the need for the integration of philosophy, religion, and science into one system of instruction. The PRS Library, a public facility devoted to source materials in obscure fields, has many rare and scarce items now impossible to obtain elsewhere. In 1973 (47 years after writing The Secret Teachings of All Ages), Hall was recognized as a 33º Mason (the highest honor conferred by the Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite), at a ceremony held at PRS on December 8th, despite never being initiated into the physical craft. In his over 70-year career, Hall delivered approximately 8,000 lectures in the United States and abroad, authored over 150 books and essays, and wrote countless magazine articles. http://www.manlyphall.org/
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Discover the art of the Chinese incense ceremony. A performance with some relaxing oriental music. A Chinese incense ritual is performed with a calm mind and concentration. Music: this music was played during the video recording at the Shenzhen Tea Expo.
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Though a lot of what goes on in Kyoto's geisha districts takes place in private teahouses and behind gilded screens, it's no secret that maiko (geisha apprentices) lead strict and challenging lifestyles in the pursuit of their art. Last year the Kyoto Fan (Discover Kyoto) team had the privilege of interviewing one of Miyagawa-chō's hard working maiko, Fukunae-san, to see what kind of training and preparation she goes through in order to one day become a top class geisha (or geiko, as they are called in Kyoto). Follow along as Fukunae-san takes us through an average day in her life, including music study, hair and make-up, dressing, and entertaining in the evenings. We hope you too will one day have a chance to experience this amazing Kyoto tradition. To see more of what Kyoto has to offer, check out our website: https://www.discoverkyoto.com
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http://www.suprememastertv.com When we think of the Japanese, we think of beauty, grace, and dignity. Their traditional costumes, customs, their music and dance are known throughout the world
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Pierre Brouwers has travelled the length and breadth of Honshu – the largest of the islands forming Japan – to provide an in-depth discovery of the “land of the rising sun”. Cities like Kyoto and Hiroshima are fascinating for their history. Everywhere, traditions are very carefully preserved, especially when it comes to festivals. But these days robots have largely replaced workers on car assembly lines and the younger generations lap up the innovations of the 21st century. The population, one of the world’s most dense, finds its balance in the words wisdom and harmony. Not forgetting the word that is the key to it all, Zen. KYOTO. Golden Pavilion, temples and palaces. Tea ceremony. The Jidai Matsuri Festival. Kyudo and archers. The station. TAKAYAMA: the autumn festival. Chayano Tuff. Kamikochi Park. Ogimatchi. KANAZAWA: painting on lacquer. The districts of geishas and samurais. The 21st century museum. Chihirama Beach. HIROSHIMA. The A-bomb dome. The Museum for Peace. The sacred island of Miyajima. Shipyards. Car plant. KOYA: temples, monks and cemetery. NAOSHIMA. Shinkansen. Air photography.
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Highlights of 2 ceremonies at the Kumagai-ji Monastery at Koyasan Japan. The second is the Goma Fire Ritual of consecrated fire, unique to Esoteric Buddhism and said to be the most mystical and cognitively powerful ceremony performed.
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The ritual of Japanese business cards. Subscribe to the Vox Borders newsletter for weekly updates: http://www.vox.com/borders-email Follow Johnny for more photos and videos from his travels around the globe. Facebook: https://goo.gl/l0x5cA Instagram: https://goo.gl/CduwlO Ritual and ceremony are paramount in Japanese culture. Together, they dictate social interactions at both the macro and micro scales of society. Understanding and navigating these norms can be difficult, but sometimes the solution is waiting in Tokyo’s metro. Vox Borders is a new international series focused on telling the human stories that emerge from lines on the map. Johnny will travel to six border locations to produce a final set of documentaries. While he travels he'll release dispatches on YouTube and Facebook documenting his experiences. Learn more: http://www.vox.com/borders-dispatch Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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Your family might have a saturday night ritual of eating big spaghetti dinner and then taking 28 feb 2017 an overview the world hinduism, from personal daily worship or 'puja' to rites passage 'samskaras' birth till death this lesson will explore rituals ceremonies hinduism. Googleusercontent search. Rites, rituals, and ceremonies patheos. Rituals in the roman catholic church shinto ritual practices and institutions & ceremonyinternational zen association. Hindu rites & rituals the ceremonies of hinduism thoughtco. Hindu rituals, ceremonies, and festivals video & lesson bible list of christian practices rituals part one in our lives religious sunday services, wedding, funerals native american ceremonies history information. It will explain the concept of puja, while also highlighting upanayana, 20 mar 2016 christian churches are known to have many rituals, ceremonies, and practices in conduct christianity. Rituals may be prescribed by the traditions of a community, including religious community physical experiences associated with religion frequently come in form familiar ceremonies like baptisms and funerals. They consider their spirituality an integral part of very being 23 jul 2014 aztec life was richly imbued with religious symbolism and rituals. Ritual dictionary definition vocabulary ritual wikipedia en. In the first case, also this word is related to religions a ritual ceremony or action performed customary way. More specifically ritus refers ceremony can mean 'a formal religious or public occasion, typically one celebrating a particular event anniversary,' ' the ritual observances and procedures performed at grand occasions. Baptism and eucharist are the two most 27 jan 2012 latin term ritus means a rite that is performed in customary usual roman manner (festus s. Aztec religious ceremonies and rituals history on the net. Rituals in buddhism insight meditation center. Rituals and ceremonies fox valley unitarian universalist fellowship. Every month had at least one major religious ceremony honoring a god or rituals, as important elements of human life, have been significant aspect and extraordinary an elaborate memorial that brings healing to the beginning each program year in september, we gather single service for all ages share much appreciated ritual honors diversity catholic church has number rituals practices like mass, baptism, confession, receiving communion, praying rosary, last rites, etc shinto institutions shint does not weekly japanese usually their wedding ceremonies style 26 apr 2017 & is podcast by chris loutfy interviewing creatives other inspiring people about work how they make it zen masters recommend, besides zazen practice studying teaching, bring into our during offering sutra recitals. A ritual 'is a sequence of activities involving gestures, words, and objects, performed in sequestered place, according to set sequence'. Meaning difference between ritual, festival, and ceremony ritual dictionary definition vocabul
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UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2018 URL: https://ich.unesco.org/en/RL/01271 Description: Raiho-shin rituals take place annually in various regions of Japan, on days marking the beginning of the year or a change in season. The rituals stem from folk beliefs that deities (the Raiho-shin) visit communities and usher in a new year or season. During the rituals, local people dressed in outlandish costumes visit houses, admonishing laziness and teaching children good behaviour. The head of the household treats the deities to a special meal to conclude the visit, and in some communities the rituals take place in the streets. Country(ies): Japan © Agency for Cultural Affairs (Japan), 2017 Duration: 00:10:00 - Support: - (0127100014)
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For teens in Bali, adulthood bites different. Balinese teens come of age with a traditional ceremony that involves grinding down their upper canine teeth—a metaphorical and physical break from their animal instincts and ancestral roots. This ceremony is seen as the final responsibility a parent has to their child. VICE Indonesia follows Gek Sri as she undergoes her own “defanging” ceremony to see how Bali’s youngest generation of adults is taking on a tradition with deep roots on the island and ask whether a new set of teeth is “adulting” or actually adulthood. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to VICE Asia: https://bit.ly/2LhqAR9
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Apache girls take part in ancient tests of strength, endurance and character that will make them women and prepare them for the trials of womanhood. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #Apache #Women About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta See all National Geographic videos: http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/?source=4001 Girl's Rite of Passage | National Geographic https://youtu.be/5B3Abpv0ysM National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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2018 ground opening hotel, Kishi-ke. Watch the Japanese traditional ritual before the beginning of construction. 地鎮祭とは何かを映像化しました。 kishi-ke official http://www.kishi-ke.co.jp instagram https://www.instagram.com/nobu.h.k/?h... https://www.instagram.com/p.n.h.k/?hl=ja directed with produced by Hiroshi Miyata cameraman Hirohito Hiraga edited by Takuro Yoda Music & Sound Design Kazutaka Monden Piano: Kazutaka Monden
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"Sumo wrestling, the national sport of Japan, dates back over 1500 years. The huge but graceful wrestlers proceed with precision and great formality through the elaborate ceremonies leading to the match. That doesn't stop crowds from going wild as the two huge wrestlers dressed only in loincloths battle each other. The fight proceeds in a series of infinitesimal moves made with as much power as the wrestlers can summon. When one wrestler's foot is out of the ring, or any part of his body touches the ground, the other has one. A bout rarely lasts even a minute."
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On the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, the Torajan people believe that a person is not truly dead until water buffalo have been sacrificed at their funeral, serving as the vehicle to the afterlife. Until that time, the bodies are may be kept at the family's home for weeks, months or years and are fed and cared for as if they were alive. Some Torajans continue their relationship with the dead through a ma'nene' ceremony, a type of "second funeral" in which families bring out their ancestors every few years and change their clothes and clean their bodies and crypts. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Click here to read more: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2016/04/death-dying-grief-funeral-ceremony-corpse/ VIDEOGRAPHERS: Kaylee Everly & Brian Lehmann EDITORS: Kaylee Everly & Kathryn Carlson Here, Living With Dead Bodies for Weeks—Or Years—Is Tradition | National Geographic https://youtu.be/hCKDsjLt_qU National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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