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The bride and groom join a small group, presumably their parents and immediate families. The Shinto wedding ceremony is typically attended only by a small group of immediate family or very close relatives and friends. After the ceremony there will…

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The architecture of the shrine building in the background, behind the wedding couple, speaks clearly of the intermingling of elements that are Shinto and Buddhist, perhaps Chinese and Japanese, indigenous and imported. Identify these elements and…

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This young couple were married in the traditional Shinto ceremony at the famous Itsukushima shrine on Miyajima Island in the Inland Sea, near Hiroshima. They are wearing traditional formal dress for the Shinto ceremony.

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A father carries his transformed son on his bicycle. A fa -- Explanation by the artist: on hisA father carried home the corpse of his son, who had been exposed while demolishing buildings and was found on the riverbank at Koami-cho." -- The…

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The plaque in front of the Peace Bell in the Peace Memorial Park, with its invocation in both Japanese and English.
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