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Enjoy Japanese Culture: How to visit a Japanese shrine!

All around Japan, you will find Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines. But have you ever wondered what Japanese people exactly do there? In our video, we will guide you through your shrine or temple visit step-by-step.
If you are curious about this part of Japanese culture and tradition, this is the video for you!

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