JAPAN TIMES: “You’ve probably heard Mount Fuji referred to as a sacred mountain. This is because it is believed that the kami descend and reside there. The kami tend to occupy places among concentrations of nature such as mountains, rocks, waterfalls and forests.”
Sacred Rocks in Shinto
July 12, 2011 by Star Foster
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