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Kamidana (Household Shrine). Taisho Period (1912–1926).

Part of aerisian faith is maintaining a family altar to honour house gods. The house gods are those deities that family members are born under, and honouring them with the altar ensures good fortune for the family.

『二階建て 遊郭の一角 完成♪  和風ドールハウス・ミニチュア 花魁 遊女』

『二階建て 遊郭の一角 完成♪ 和風ドールハウス・ミニチュア 花魁 遊女』

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Tetsu kuro urushi nuri eboshi nari no kabuto, Edo Period, a form of kawari kabuto they were originally derived from Nara period (8th century) hats. Referred to as "single-valley helmets", said to be named after the steep valley Ichinotani in Hyougo prefecture. It was an aristocratic item of headgear worn by Japanese nobles. Kato Kiyomasa (1562-1611) was one of the most famous individuals to wear such a helmet and his in particular was very striking because it was so tall.

Tetsu kuro urushi nuri eboshi nari no kabuto, Edo Period, a form of kawari kabuto they were originally derived from Nara period century) hats. Referred to as "single-valley helmets", said to be named after the steep valley Ichinotani in Hyougo prefec

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Japanese home altar

Part of aerisian faith is maintaining a family altar to honour house gods. The house gods are those deities that family members are born under, and honouring them with the altar ensures good fortune for the family.

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