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Mini Torii (Shinto Shrine)

2 colors of Mini Torii ...... Wood and Gold

Hanging with mini Fusa and Kintsuna ..... Great harvest and Unity

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Wooden Torii Hanging with mini White Fusa and Kintsuna............ 31 us$ *Prices do not include shipping.

 

Wooden Torii Hanging with mini Murasaki(Purplr) Fusa and Kintsuna............ 31 us$ *Prices do not include shipping.

 

Golden Torii Hanging with mini White Fusa and Kintsuna............. 31 us$ *Prices do not include shipping.

 

One of the theories about the origin of the torii is as follows. When the Goddess Amaterasu hid herself in the heavenly cave (ama no iwato), the world was shrouded in darkness. The other spirits arranged for the "eternal long crowing birds" (cockerels) to roost and crow, and then Amaterasu came out of the cave and the world regained the light.Since then people made roosts for cockers in front of shrines and that may have been the origin of the torii.

A torii (鳥居) is a traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine, where it symbolically marks the transition from the profane to the sacred (see sacred-profane dichotomy).The presence of a torii at the entrance is usually the simplest way to identify Shinto shrines, and a small torii icon represents them on Japanese road maps.They are however a common sight at Japanese Buddhist temples too, where they stand at the entrance of the temple's own shrine, called chinjusha (鎮守社, tutelary god shrine) and are usually very small.

VIP Yakuza style Black FUSA single tuft Keyring  keychain Car accessories

Why?...... Japanese Gangster, Yakuza hang FUSA alongside or in Car.

Fusa ....since the beginning of the 1700's when the feudal lord of Kishiwada, Okabe Nagayasu

prayed to Shinto gods for an abundant harvest at Fushimi Inari-taisha in Kyoto. 

Every year in the middle of September (14th & 15th) is a large festival in Osaka called the Danjiri Matsuri.

Ancient Shinto Japanese traditional Beliefs Fusa have 2 parts... Knot and Tuft ... 

Knot ... like "Cloud" 

Tuft  ... Like "Rain"

3 things Fusa-Kintsuna-Torii  serve the agriculture heart of ancient shinto .and Signature of Japanese Culture.

 

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