Knowledge about Japan
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Most Japanese people worship at shrines, temples, churches, and other places of worship without being aware of their religion.
That's because many Japanese people subconsciously have a polytheistic philosophy.
Naturally, this does not apply to some Japanese who believe in monotheistic religions.
Most Japanese worship in prayer and thankfulness.
Also, when the prayers are fulfilled, we worship with a sense of thanksgiving.
manner of worship
First, bow and then move forward to a position where you can ring the bell.
Next, put the money in the "Saisenbako" and ring the bell.
※ In my personal opinion, I'm willing to omit the above actions.
1. First, bow twice.
2. Then clap your hands twice at the chest position and pray.
3. Do one last bow.