先祖供養アプリ〜仏壇・お墓・祖霊舎にお参りできる法事管理

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About this app

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This app will help you perform your own memorial service for your ancestors.
Please note that this is not a request for a memorial service to be made to a shrine or temple.
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Ancestor memorial service refers to memorial services for the souls of ancestors by visiting graves, worshiping memorial tablets on Buddhist altars, and visiting ancestral shrines.

With this app, you will be able to remember your ancestors whenever and wherever you feel like it. Even if you are unable to go to the grave right away, such as during the equinox or Obon season, conveying your thoughts to your ancestors every day can be a sufficient memorial service.
Since ancient times in Japan, creating a family tree has been considered an important first step to worshiping and offering memorial services to one's ancestors, purifying oneself and one's ancestors.
It can also be used to record the end of life, good luck, and family history.

[Features of the app]
1. You can manage your relatives and ancestors in a chronological table format. You can also enter the date of death and posthumous name of the deceased. You can also check the list of anniversary memorial services such as the 7th anniversary, 13th anniversary, 100th anniversary, etc. You can save the list of memorial services and share it with your family and relatives.
2. On the memorial service screen, you can set your favorite BGM, such as sutras or classical music. Calm your heart and pray.
3. You can use the ``family tree'' function of the surname derived net with over 1 million registered users.
Includes the same "family tree" function as the "surname origin net" and "Japanese family tree" apps, which have already been registered by more than 1 million people, including those on the web!
With intuitive operations and simple input, you can easily create a family tree and manage past records.
4. It is also possible to hold a memorial service for each deceased person. You can choose the memorial service format that suits the deceased from Buddhist style, Shinto style, and graveyard.
On the Buddhist screen, it is also possible to display the deceased's posthumous name on the memorial tablet.
5. You can easily register your family temple or guardian deity from over 150,000 shrines and temples in Japan.
It covers information on more than 6.8,000 family crests, and can be linked and used with this app.
7. By using the same account, you can use it in conjunction with the ancestor memorial service website.

*If the screen size of your device is shorter than 9:16, the lantern will not be displayed. Please note.

・Mysterious effects of ancestor memorial services
Have you ever heard that ``visiting a grave brings good luck''?
In Buddhist teachings, there is a belief that the good deeds you do without expecting anything in return will return to you someday and save you, so by holding memorial services for your ancestors and taking care of them, you can also gain virtue. It is said that it will come back.

Have you ever asked God or Buddha for help when you were faced with a difficult situation that you could not handle on your own?

When misfortune or misfortune continues around us, we look back on our past actions, reflect on them, and decide to change our minds and try to do as much good as possible from now on.

Performing ``ancestral memorial service'' every day and expressing gratitude to your ancestors will lead you to accumulate daily good deeds without expecting anything in return, and accumulating these ``virtues'' will lead you in a good direction. It gives you confidence that you are there.

・How to hold a memorial service at home
If you have a Buddhist altar or ancestral shrine in your home, you probably usually go to pray to the Buddhist altar or ancestral shrine.

However, recently, an increasing number of families are unable to place a Buddhist altar due to various reasons such as housing or financial constraints. Also, if the grave is located far away, many people may not have the opportunity to visit the grave.

・What is “hand-held memorial service”?
It is a method of memorializing the deceased and ancestors by freely creating a ``place to join hands'' that suits your lifestyle and living environment, without being bound by traditional traditions and customs.
In hand-held memorial services, all or part of the deceased's ashes are often kept in a familiar location such as the home.

Recently, there are also many mini-type altars, such as ``mini Buddhist altars'' and ``mini ancestral altars,'' which are suitable for homes that don't have space to store large items.

As the style of memorial services changes over time, visiting Buddhist altars, ancestral shrines, and graves on apps may become more common in the future.

・What are memorial services and memorial services?
The act of having the chief priest recite sutras and offering a memorial service is called a ``Memorial Service'', and the event that includes the memorial service and the meal after the memorial service is generally called a ``Memorial Service''.

In Buddhism, a memorial service is held in order for the deceased to be reborn in the Pure Land, and is one of the important events held after the deceased has passed away.

It is also an important place where family members, relatives, and people related to the deceased can gather to have a meal, to remember the deceased, and to reaffirm the connection between the deceased, themselves, and those around them.

・What are “first seven days” and “forty-ninth days”?
In Buddhism, it is believed that when a person dies, they undergo judgment in the afterlife seven times every seven days after death, and are reborn 49 days later. There is a custom of holding a memorial service every seven days after a person passes away, in hopes that the deceased will receive a good judgment in the afterlife and be able to safely go to the Pure Land.
However, in the Jodo Shinshu sect, it is believed that one can go to the Pure Land of Paradise immediately after death, so the bereaved family performs this ceremony to express their gratitude to the deceased and heal their feelings of separation and sadness.
Once the 49 days (77 days) have passed, the bereaved family can mourn.

・What is “Anniversary Memorial Service”?
The same day of the month of death is called the Shogetsu death anniversary, and the memorial service held on the anniversary of Shozuki's death is called the Nenki memorial service.

The first anniversary of death is called the "first anniversary," the second year is called the "third anniversary," and the sixth year is called the "seventh anniversary," and the bereaved family and relatives hold a memorial service. After the "7th anniversary", "13th anniversary (12th year)", "17th anniversary (16th year)", "23rd anniversary (22nd year)", "27th anniversary (22nd year)" The 26th anniversary), the 33rd anniversary (32nd year), and the 50th anniversary (49th year).
After the 7th anniversary of the death, it is common to gradually reduce the scale of the ceremony, such as holding it only for the bereaved family.

・What is “Tsukibi Memorial Service”?
The same day of each month as the day of death is called the month anniversary.
Sometimes a monk is invited to read sutras, but it is common for people who are close to the grave to visit the grave, offer flowers or the deceased's favorite food, and make a memorial service for the deceased in a way that the family can do.

・What is “Reishi”?
In Shinto ceremonies, events that correspond to Buddhist memorial services are called ``Reisai Mitama Matsuri.''
Spiritual festivals include the "next day festival" held the day after the funeral, the "tenth day festival", the "twenty day festival", which is called the tenth festival every ten days after death, and the "thirtieth day festival". , 40-day festival, and 50-day festival. On every 10th festival, people pray by offering the deceased's favorite food to the grave, but now the ``next day festival'', ``20th day festival'', and ``40th day festival'' are often omitted. is.

・What is “Fifty Days Festival”?
It is a spiritual ritual held on the fiftieth day after death, and corresponds to the Buddhist 49-day memorial service.

In Shinto, the soul of a deceased person is said to be a guardian deity that protects the home and the bereaved family, and a series of rituals following a funeral are aimed at enshrining the deceased as a guardian deity.
Through the 50-day festival, the deceased are welcomed into the ancestral altar (shinto altar) of one's home as a guardian deity that protects the family.

Relatives and friends are gathered in front of the grave, a priest is called, and ceremonies are held such as the offering of rice cakes, the singing of prayers, and the tamagushi hoten.

After the 50-day festival, the bereaved family will be able to mourn.
The day after the ``Fifty Days Festival,'' a ``Pure Purification Ceremony'' is held, and the white paper that was pasted on the altar or shrine during the funeral is removed.

The 50th day festival is followed by the 100th day festival, and then the 1st year festival.

・What is “Goshusai”?
During the 50th and 100th days of death, it is a ritual to move the spirit of the deceased from the temporary shrine to the ancestral altar. In recent years, it has become common for it to be held prior to the day of the 50th Day Festival.

・What is “Shikinen Festival”?
The annual Shinto memorial service is held on the first year after the death, followed by the second, third, fifth and tenth anniversary, and every 10 years until the fiftieth anniversary, and thereafter. It is held every 100 years.

The Shikinen Festival is held at a person's home or in front of a grave, and a priest is invited to give a ``congratulations.''

Generally, events are held until the 50th anniversary, and the first, third, fifth, and tenth anniversary festivals are especially grand.

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■About surname origin net
According to the ``Japanese Surname Dictionary'' written by surname researcher and literature doctor Motoji Niwa, the number of Japanese surnames (surnames) is just under 300,000.
It is said that there are approximately 300,000 surnames, and Surname Derivation Net covers the surnames of more than 99.04% of the total population in Japan, making it the ``No.1 information app'' that boasts a huge amount of information on ``surname origin.'' .
■Notes
The ancestor memorial service app operates while connected to the network.

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Updated on
Jan 29, 2024

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法事の予定を手軽に確認、保存できるようになりました。
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供養コインを連続してチャージできない場合がある点を修正しました