Religious ceremonies and customs in Japan and a Japanese community bath.
Japan Date:1942 Duration:1 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
Psychology and living habits of Japanese people. Religious ceremonies and customs in Japan. Japanese people visit the religious place. They wash hands and face. The Japanese ring a bell or clap to gain God's attention. A woman with a child prays to God. A father eats dinner with his son in a Japanese home. The Japanese boy lays food offering in memory of his dead mother and then eats his rice. Japanese men and women take bath in a Japanese community bath.
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