Tenrikyo
Tenrikyo (天理教, Tenrikyō), sometimes rendered as Tenriism, is a monotheistic, Shinto-derived new religion originating from the teachings of a 19th-century Japanese woman named Nakayama Miki, kn...
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Tenri Hospital
Tenri Hospital (天理よろづ相談所病院 Tenri Yorozu Sōdanjo Byōin) is an international hospital in Tenri City, Nara Prefecture, Japan. It was founded as part of the secular mission of Tenrikyo. In a nation where ...
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Aimachi
Aimachi is a Tenrikyo church based in Nagoya, Japan. Outside of Japan, Aimachi is most known for its marching music and color guard ensembles. A selection from their 130 member marching band compete i...
Sanae Takaichi
Sanae Takaichi (高市 早苗, Takaichi Sanae, born March 7, 1961) is a conservative Japanese politician.
Born and raised in the city of Nara, Takaichi graduated from to Nara Prefectural Unebi Sen...
Ronnie Nyogetsu Reishin Seldin
Ronnie Nyogetsu Reishin Seldin (b. Brooklyn, New York, 1947) is a noted shakuhachi player.He studied theology at the New School for Social Research, then went to Japan where he studied the shakuhachi,...
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Oyasato-yakata
The oyasato-yakata (おやさとやかた) complex is a collection of buildings in Tenri City, Nara, Japan, that form an incomplete square 872 metres (2,861 ft) on each side surrounding the Divine Residence (O...
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Jinen Nagase
Jinen Nagase (長勢 甚遠, Nagase Jin'en, b. October 3, 1943) is a Japanese politician who formerly served as Minister of Justice in the cabinet of Shinzō Abe.He was born in Toyama and obtained his ...
Joyous Life
In Tenrikyo, the Joyous Life (yōki yusan or yōki gurashi) is an ideal taught by spiritual leaders and pursued through charity and abstention from greed, selfishness, hatred, anger and arrogance. Tenri...
Izo Iburi
Izo Iburi (Japanese: 飯降伊蔵; 1833–1907) was the second spiritual leader, Honseki, of Tenrikyo after the death of Nakayama Miki (Oyasama) in 1887, while Oyasama's son Shinnosuke became the administrative...
Osashizu
In the Japanese religion Tenrikyo, the Osashizu is a compilation of the continued revelations of Tenri-O-no-Mikoto (God) through Izō Iburi, the first Honseki after the founder Oyasama "hid her physica...
Akira Amari
Akira Amari (甘利 明, Amari Akira, born August 27, 1949) is a Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party and a member of the lower house. He was the Minister of Economy, Trade and Indust...
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Tenri University
Tenri University (天理大学, Tenri Daigaku) is a Japanese private university in Tenri, Nara Prefecture, an independent part of the secular mission of Tenrikyo. It was established in February 1925 a...
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Tenri, Nara
Tenri (天理市, Tenri-shi) is a city located in Nara Prefecture, Japan. The modern city was founded on April 1, 1954. As of October 31, 2010, the city has an estimate population of 69,149 and a po...
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Ofudesaki
The Ofudesaki (おふでさき, "Tip of the Writing Brush", 1869–1882) is the most important body of scripture in Tenrikyō. A 17-volume collection of 1,711 poems, it is considered to contain the words of god as...
Kiyokuni Katsuo
Kiyokuni Katsuo (born 20 November 1941 as Tadao Sato) is a former sumo wrestler from Ogachi, Akita, Japan. His highest rank was ōzeki, which he held from 1969 to 1974. He won one top division yūshō or...
Hakuo Yanagisawa
Hakuo Yanagisawa (柳沢 伯夫, Yanagisawa Hakuo, August 18, 1935 in Fukuroi, Shizuoka) was the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare in Japan (2006–2007). He is a member of the Liberal Democratic P...
Nara Prefecture
Nara Prefecture (奈良県, Nara-ken) is a prefecture in the Kansai region of Japan. The capital is the city of Nara. Nara Prefecture has the distinction of having more UNESCO World Heritage Listing...
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Avram Davidson
Avram Davidson (April 23, 1923 – May 8, 1993) was an American writer of fantasy fiction, science fiction, and crime fiction, as well as the author of many stories that do not fit into a genre niche. ...
Tenri-Ō-no-Mikoto
Tenri-Ō-no-Mikoto (天理王命) is the name of the single God and creator of the entire universe in Tenrikyo belief. The English name most frequently used to refer to Tenri-Ō-no-Mikoto outside of ritual ...
Nakayama Miki
Nakayama Miki (中山 みき, June 2, 1798 – February 18, 1887) was the Japanese foundress of Tenrikyo who is worshiped by that religion as the Shrine of God the Parent. Tenrikyo is, arguably, the la...
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