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(@oribuu)

2 Days 23 Hours Ago

Ema plaques bearing Kumano Hongū Taisha’s sacred seal hang on a rack - this seal can be bought from the temple and is used as an amulet to ward off evil. It is supposedly a very strong amulet and has an interesting history. Of the three designs that the trio of Kumano Taisha’s have, Kumano Hongū Taisha’s seal bears the most crows in it’s seal design - they total 88 in all. #kumanohongutaisha #kumanohongu #shrineofthethreeleggedcrow #yatagarasu #ema #emaboard #amulet #sacredseal #hongu #tanabeshi #wakayama #wakayamaprefecture #wakayamagram #japan #japanadventures #japanroadtrip2018 #painjapan2018 ##熊野本宮大社 #本宮 #田辺市 #和歌山県 #日本🇯🇵 #afterlight2 @afterlight

(@tuckerschwarz)

10 Days 1 Hour Ago

🐇🌸⛩ 🎎 #itchoosesyou #emaboard #runrabbitrun

(@ariosetioadi)

26 Days 2 Hours Ago

"Ema" board - The Wall of Hope. . . Located in every shrine you met in Japan. Ema is a small piece of wooden that contained wishes by the worshippers. The wishes can be about life, family, love, even your diet. All these wishes are hung on the board. In Japan, Ema can be found in a shrine for Shinto and Buddhist. . . #temple #japan #nihon #ueno #pagoda #weekend #emaboard #teal #hypebeast #composition #shrine #followme #jepang #trip #followtrain #igtravel #instatravel #instatraveling #wishes #ema #sin #tv_streetart #tv_strideby #tv_buildings #tv_streetlife #vsco #vscocam #fff #f4f #l4l

(@bess___bess)

2018-06-21 16:56:43

伏見稲荷大社 ー 狐絵馬🦊 Fox-shaped ema boards in the shrine, where people write wishes for good fortune and prosperity~✨ The fox designs are too cute!! . . . . . #狐絵馬 #emaboard #fox #shinto #shintotradition #fushimiinari #kyoto #kyototravel #伏見稲荷大社 #京都 #京都旅行

(@byebyebelle)

2018-04-26 00:27:34

Meiji - jingu, Tokyo! #meijishrine #emaboard

(@byebyebelle)

2018-05-02 04:54:35

I have come across lots of different Shinto ema boards and today I found one with white doves! #emaboard #prayerboards #japaneseema

(@jmtram)

2018-04-25 22:01:07

絵馬 (Ema board) - These wishing plaques are part of Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples across the country. Anyone can purchase, make a wish and leave them on the rack - as can be seen by the multiple languages on the boards. They also make great foreground for the shrine and garden 🧐. Have you wondered what they were for?

(@konekobrighton)

2018-04-19 09:59:35

Seriously enjoying all those spring vibes at the moment 😍🌸 . . I think we possibly only have a week left before all of the blossom is gone here in the UK so we got outside to make the most of it! . . . . #konekobrighton #koneko #cherryblossom #sakura #emaboard #enamelpin #enamelpins #inari #kitsune #houju #shinto #pinstagram #pingame #etsyseller #etsy #spring #uk #さくら #桜 #春 #はる #稲荷大神

(@traveldestinations_1407)

2018-04-04 20:23:57

When prayers of people make so beautiful piece of art 😊 The Japanese Ema boards which are small wooden plaques on which Buddhist worshippers write their prayers and wishes and are left hanging at shrines or temples for the kami (spirits or gods) to find. #ema #prayerplaque #buddhist #temple #emaboard #wishes #traveldiaries #travelblogger #travelphotography #touristplace #travelgram #instatravel

(@kientekstenfoto)

2018-03-11 09:44:11

Ema: houten bordjes met wensen. Oorspronkelijk een Shinto-gebruik, maar je vindt ze zowel bij heiligdommen als tempels. #ema #shinto #japan #wishingwell #sanctuary #emaboard #goodluck

(@veinvein)

2018-02-19 00:32:26

If you love someone, pray for them. Pray for their peace, success and happiness. Because the most precious gift you can give to someone is mention their names in your prayer. . . . . #shrine #pray #prayer #ema #emaboard #japan #kyoto #inari #weekend #woodenboard #weekendvibes #travel #wanderlust #red #latepost #explorejapan #travelgram #instavacation #note8 #note8photography

(@sangkasur)

2018-02-16 06:45:38

Sometimes people would hang up their dreams and hopes just like their lives because they already given up on those . . . . /Because inspiring captions are too normal. Dark it up to spice up your day/ . . /Not dark enough? Ok. I tried anyways/ . #photography #photooftheday #japan #japantrip #ema #emaboard #tokyo #tokyotower #portrait #camera #mirrorless #samsungcamera #samsungnx1000

(@konekobrighton)

2018-02-12 13:50:48

Good evening! I've just listed our new pin design! It's up in the Etsy shop now, let me know what you think! 👯 #konekobrighton #koneko #kitsune #oinari #kami #inari #inarifox #ema #emaboard #granarykey #key #enamelpin #enamelpins #pinstagram #pingame #稲荷大神 #絵馬

(@devinaadk)

2018-02-05 07:28:39

Ema is a small wooden plaques, which you can find in Shrine or Temple in Japan. You can write your prayers or wishes, then hang it on Ema's board. My wishes is I can have holiday again in Japan soon 😊😊😊 #ema#emaboard #wooden #plaque #pray #prayers #wish #wishes #japan #temple #shrine

(@putriwijhar)

2017-12-30 20:15:40

Ema, are small wooden plaques, which common in Japan, hanging up in Shinto Shrine. We can write our prayers or wishes, and Japanese are believed that Kami(Spirit of God) will receive it. It is my first time to write "the imitation Ema" and hang it in Fukuoka Tower, while seeing super beautiful city view, which is my favorite thing in life. I still can not believe I crossed many things in my Bucket List. Sometimes, language barrier, culture shock, dozen of assignments, sickness, homesick, exhausted, and many kind of negative things made me forget that I have many many many beautiful things, beautiful things will feel much better if there're bad things happen behind. I am sorry God, i forgot to show my grateful. In my last day in this year. I would like to say it in Ema. As Japanese said, God will receive my prayers and wishes written there. #explorefukuoka #explorejapan #fukuokatower #emaboard #happynewyear2018 #photooftheday

(@rediscoverfukushima)

2017-12-19 00:21:22

2 Buddhist monks having a deep conversation. Yamatsunosan is filled with lots of interesting temples, Buddhist stone statues, rock carvings and Shinto shrines. It's a very exciting area to explore! ☺️🌲⛰ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you've taken photos in Fukushima recently, remember to tag your photos with #visitfukushima to give yourself a chance at winning hotel vouchers to use in the prefecture 🤞

(@rediscoverfukushima)

2017-12-17 23:29:09

The enchanting Mt Iwatsuno (岩角山) in Motomiya City. This mountain has been a place of worship for hundreds of years, and is filled with Buddhist and Shinto temples, shrines and sculptures. Walking all the way to the top is a fantastic, spiritual experience, and I highly recommend it ☺️ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you've taken photos in Fukushima recently, remember to tag your photos with #visitfukushima to give yourself a chance at winning hotel vouchers to use in the prefecture 🤞

(@nizarwoganphoto)

2017-12-16 11:21:15

Papan Ema, atau disebut juga plakat harapan/doa, awalnya adalah kebiasaan dari agama Shinto. Namun karena Budha adalah salah satu agama terbesar di Jepang, maka Ema juga bisa ditemui di beberapa kuil Budha. . Ema bisa dibeli di kuil-kuil Shinto atau Budha, kisaran harganya ¥500-1,000. Biasanya orang akan menuliskan harapan atau doa untuk kesehatan, cinta, kesuksesan, dimudahkan melahirkan. . Saat musim ujian, banyak pelajar yang akan menuliskan untuk keberhasilan dan kelancaran ujian di Ema. Tulisan di Ema ini tidak melulu dalam bahasa Jepang. . Ema yang sudah ditulis lalu digantung di daerah yang sudah disediakan oleh kuil. Ema pun bisa dibawa pulang, walaupun hal tersebut tidak lazim dilakukan oleh orang Jepang. _______________ Ema (絵馬) board, or Japanese wishing plaque, is originally a Shinto custom. However, since Buddhism is also a widely practiced faith here, and has mingled somewhat with Shinto, it's also common to find them at some (Buddhist) temples. . Ema is made up of two kanji: 絵馬; 絵 for picture, and 馬 for horse. Horses were revered as the “vehicles of Gods”, and during Japan’s Nara period (AD 710-794), it was customary for worshippers to donate horses to shrines in the belief that the deities would be more inclined to listen to their wishes. Of course, horses are an expensive commodity, certainly one out of reach for the more impoverished venerates. In place of an actual, living creature, thrifty shrine visitors would instead donate horses made of clay, wood, and paper. From this, wooden plaques with the image of a horse upon it were born. . Modern day Ema boards take all shapes and forms. You can find heart shapes, flower, shapes, even character shapes! (Hello Kitty, Disney, and Rilakkuma to name but a few), as well as a plethora of designs on traditional 5-sided boards. Some of the cutest this author has seen are the fox-head shaped ones at Fushimi Inari in Kyoto. The colourful garlands often seen accompanying Ema boards are folded objects sold as Omamori (good luck charms). This particular Ema was taken at Daisho-in Temple, Miyajima.

(@rediscoverfukushima)

2017-12-05 23:29:08

Another shot from the enchanting Mt Kohata ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you've taken photos in Fukushima recently, remember to tag your photos with #visitfukushima to give yourself a chance at winning hotel vouchers to use in the prefecture 🤞

(@rediscoverfukushima)

2017-12-05 16:05:00

I wasn't able to go to this year's Kohata Flag Festival, which is held on the first Sunday of December at Mt Kohata (pictured), but from seeing some of my colleague's photos, it looks like it was amazing!! I will have to put it in my diary for next year. Mt Kohata is such an amazing, spiritual and peaceful area, totally off the beaten track in Nihonmatsu City 😌🌳🌲⛰ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you've taken photos in Fukushima recently, remember to tag your photos with #visitfukushima to give yourself a chance at winning hotel vouchers to use in the prefecture 🤞