App Store App Overall No. 1
Last name-derived net official app (free)
Over 3 million downloads of net apps derived from surnames !!
The number of red stamps and worship posts exceeded 1.5 million !!
Search for more than 150,000 temples and shrines in one shot with one touch for free!
You can easily find a nearby shrine, display it on a map in an easy-to-understand manner, and easily find out how to get there.
Of course, you can also search by the name or address of the shrine.
Japan's largest! It contains information on more than 150,000 shrines and temples, and you can understand anything about shrines with this app!
If you keep a record of your worship or keep the red stamp you received in the red stamp book of this app, it will be a memory of your trip!
If you visit many shrines, you will have a chance to be listed in the ranking!
This app is also recommended for those who want to become a priest, a shrine maiden, a shrine girl, a goshuin girl, a goshuin boy, a goshuin girl, a shrine boy, a shrine girl, a rekijo, and everyone who wants a matchmaking.
■ Features of the app
・ It is a "encyclopedia of shrines" that aims to cover 100% of shrine information by updating and adding information on Japanese shrines as needed.
・ Information on shrines can be shared immediately by linking information with various SNS such as twitter and Facebook.
・ Shrine information can be easily added and edited, and users can easily post their own information.
・ You can leave a photo of the shrine you have visited so far as a "worship record".
・ In the "Goshuincho", you can record the Goshuin you received at the shrine you visited with a photo.
・ In the shrine access ranking, you can see at a glance which shrines are currently in the spotlight.
・ You can now like the information about your favorite worship.
・ In the user posting ranking, you can see who has a large number of worshipers and who has a high evaluation.
-A "search by location" function that allows you to specify a location from a map or search for shrines around famous buildings.
・ You can register your favorite shrines and shrines you are interested in as favorites.
-You can save frequently used search conditions and detailed search conditions in your favorite search conditions.
・ It is very convenient when deciding on group-based behavior for school trips.
・ An app rooted in traditional Japanese culture.
* Some premium membership functions
■ What is a shrine?
It is a facility that enshrines God in Japanese Shinto.
Since ancient times, the Japanese have always respected God throughout their lives. Not only the life of ○○, but also the gods of the mountains, the gods of the sea, and other gods enshrined are extremely diverse.
The underlying idea is that there are eight million gods in all things.
A shrine is a place where many people worship and pray for all kinds of disasters, pray for family safety, good fortune, and prosperous business.
There is a history of Jomon, Yayoi, Yamato, Asuka, Nara, Heian, Kamakura, Muromachi, Sengoku, Edo, Meiji, Taisho, Showa era, etc., and bills and Kamidana are placed in the house.
The prayers and prayers performed at the shrine include the following.
Hatsumiya pilgrimage, Shichigosan, traffic safety, new car purse, family safety, love fulfillment, business safety, business prosperity, travel safety, pass prayer, prayer for prayer for prayer for prayer for prayer for prayer for prayer for prayer for prayer・ Adult celebrations, naming, longevity celebrations, weddings, prayers for good luck and good luck, and more.
In the prayer of Jingu (Ise Jingu), the imperial family's Yaei, national security, five-grain fertility and godly gratitude, family safety, physical health, business prosperity, business prosperity, safe delivery prayer, palace visit, academic achievement, traffic safety, apotropaic magic・ There are disaster relief blessings, fulfillment of wishes, healing of illness, etc.
The following are some of the prayers and prayers that we ask the shrine to do.
Groundbreaking festival, upper wing festival, opening ceremony, unveiling ceremony, burning ceremony, completion festival, new house festival, house god festival, opening, closing cleansing, launching ceremony, safety festival and others.
At the shrine, "Hatsuho fee" is dedicated as a meaning of appreciation for the good harvest of rice harvested for the first time every year.
"Ohatsuho", "Ohatsuho charge", "Tamagushi charge", etc. are described in "Noshibukuro". We will pay the offer at the time of worship.
"Happo" means north (child "ne"), northeast (rooster "Ushitora"), east (U "U"), southeast (Tatsumi "Tatsumi"), south (noon "Uma"), southwest (gon). "Hitsujisaru"), West (rooster "Tori"), Southwest (Inui "Inui").
Since ancient times, the Ying-Yang Five Lines, the Heavenly Stems, the Nine Stars, etc. have been arranged based on these eight directions, and the good and bad of the residence, direction, fortune, etc. are judged, and the eight directions are excluded.
It may be related to the position of the earth, the universe, the sun, the moon, stars, celestial bodies, planets, satellites, the solar calendar, or the lunar calendar. There is also Mt. Fuji worship all over Japan.
There are annual events at shrines in Japan throughout the year.
First visit, seven herbs, mirror opening, 14th New Year's Eve, New Year's Eve, Setsubun, early afternoon, needle memorial service, Hina festival, equinoctial week, company day, spring festival, dawn, summer festival, Tanabata, spirit festival, lantern drift, Chungyang festival, 15 nights, 10 Three nights, Ebisu lecture, Tenth night, Forget the year, New Year's Eve, Soot sweep, Matsu welcome, New Year's Eve, New Year's Eve
Power spots are special places scattered around the earth and are "energy spots".
Many of the power spots are considered to be "water" that heals people, and are considered to be the places with the most energy. Many shrines exist in places related to water.
・ Famous shrine
Hokkaido Shrine, Majindai Shrine, Iwakiyama Shrine, Komagata Shrine, Toriumiyama Big Shrine, Kashima Shrine, Utsunomiya Niarayama Shrine, Nikko Niarayama Shrine, Ichinomiya Nukizen Shrine, Hikawa Shrine, Hikawa Onna Shrine, Chichibu Shrine, Tamamae Shrine, Susaki Shrine, Abo Shrine, Ono Shrine, Kangawa Shrine, Tianjin Shrine, Ita Shrine, Totsu Shrine, Yahiko Shrine (Mikami Shrine), Yahiko Shrine, Shosui Shrine, Nijo Shosui Shrine, Kita Shrine, Takase Shrine, Oyama Shrine (Mine Headquarters), Oyama Shrine (Nakamiya Prayer Hall), Oyama Shrine (Maedachi Shrine), Ishibe Shrine, Hakusan Hibashi Shrine, Kihi Shrine, Asama Shrine, Suwa Taisha, Hida Ichinomiya Mizunashi Shrine, Nangu Shrine, Mishima Taisha, Mishima Taisha (Mishima Taisha), Mt. Ishinami Shrine, Daikoku Shrine, Kamo Betsurai Shrine, Kamo Goso Shrine, Kago Shrine, Katano Shrine, Zama Shrine, Zama Shrine, Sumiyoshi Shrine, Sumiyoshi Shrine (Sumiyoshi Daijingu), Hiraoka Shrine, I Wa Shrine, Izushi Shrine, Awaka Shrine, Itayoshi Shrine, Ita Giso Shrine, Ube Shrine, Kumano Shrine, Izumo Shrine, Monobe Shrine, Mizuwaka Susumu Shrine, Yurahi Shrine, Nakayama Shrine, Kibitsuhiko Shrine, Ishigamifu Toshin Shrine, Anjin Shrine, Kibitsu Shrine, Sogo Shrine (Tote), Gakushima Shrine, Tamazo Shrine, Sumiyoshi Shrine, Ichinomiya Shrine, Amaishimon Betsu Yakura Hiyori Shrine, Kamiichinomiya Oawa Shrine, Oma Hiko Shrine, Tamura Shrine, Oyama Gion Shrine, Tosa Shrine, Kozaki Shrine, Hakata Sumiyoshi Shrine, Takara Shrine, Yoto Hime Shrine (Kawakami), Chiguri Hachiman Shrine, Kaijin Shrine, Hachimangu Shrine, Kojin Shrine, Tente Eldest Son Shrine, Aso Shrine, Saikan Ta Shrine (Kanda), Kashihara Hachimangu, Usa Jingu, Miyake Shrine, Tono Shrine, Himmon Shrine, Nitta Shrine, Kagoshima Jingu, Masuke Shrine, Hagami Shrine, Katori Jingu, Tatebe Taisha, Kidai Shrine, Saji Shrine, Meiji Jingu, Gokoku Shrine, Yasukuni Shrine, Yasaka Shrine
■ Various recordings of shrine tours
Ise Jingu (125 Jingu shrines), Ichinomiya nationwide, Sogo Shrine of the Province of Japan, Enki-shiki Naisha, Kokushimi Shrine, Nijunisha, Kenbu Chuko Fifteen Shrines, Gokoku Shrine designated by the Minister of the Interior, Chokusaisha, Attached table shrine, Tokyo ten shrines
■ About inquiries
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■ About net derived from surname
The number of surnames (surnames) in Japan is said to be less than 300,000 according to the "Japanese Surname Encyclopedia" written by Motoji Niwa, a surname researcher and doctor of letters.
Among the surnames that are said to be less than 300,000, surname-derived net covers more than 99.04% of the surnames of the total population of Japan, and is the "No. 1 information volume" application that boasts a huge amount of information in "surname-derived". ..
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