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Lighting the way for Obon
Toro nagashi is a long-held Japanese tradition where candle-lit lanterns are released into rivers to guide the spirits of ancestors back to the other world during the Obon season. On Aug.
La cerimonia del Toro Nagashi
La cerimonia del Toro Nagashi Anche quest'anno erano in tanti alla cerimonia giapponese del "Toro Nagashi", che si è tenuta in piazzale della Pace, dove le lanterne sono state posate sull'acqua con sopra i pensieri dei bambini.
Toro nagashi marks end of bon, celebrates the 'fragile' light
This aspect of Hawai'i, where the original bon dance brought to Hawai'i by the Japanese immigrants in the 1860s has become assimilated into the community, extends to the toro nagashi ceremony where community members participate in acquiring toro for ...
Toro nagashi 2015 - cerimonia giapponese delle lanterne sull'acqua
Per il settimo anno consecutivo la Biblioteca Internazionale "Ilaria Alpi" del Comune di Parma, in collaborazione con la Comunità Giapponese di Parma, invita tutta la cittadinanza a partecipare alla commemorazione della festività di Toro Nagashi che si ...
Tōrō Nagashi
Everyone was invited to partake in the floating of the lanterns, known as “Tōrō Nagashi,” a Buddhist ritual in which the lanterns represent the spirits of the dead. As the sun set and left a pink glow over the lake, Rev.

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