09-26 Japan - Japan 09-26 A mirror made of bronze They...

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Japan 09-26  - A mirror made of bronze  - They learnt this from Korean and Chinese examples - The mirror is the symbol of the sun(round, bronze, shines) - Symbols of fertility(the fruits, strips of cloth) - Three Kami ancestors of three prominent family groups in ancient Japan Nakatomi clan: members of this clan were the priests of ancient Japan.  They   engaged   in   purification   ceremonies   and   rituals   of   various  kinds Imibe clan: these people were the abstainers Sarume clan: passed hereditary rights to their daughters They were the priestess and shamans The Kami laughed as Sarume was dancing and singing; Amaterasu  out of curiosity went out of her cave and was dragged outside by  the (man strength of hand).  - Amaterasu gives imperial power to her grandson(Ninigi) - Amaterasu asks her grandson to descend to the earth -
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