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    • Sindyoriginal

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    • Critter Spigot

      A chōzuya or temizuya (手水舎) is a Shinto water ablution pavilion for a ceremonial purification rite known as temizu. Water-filled basins, called chōzubachi, are used by worshipers for washing their left hands, right hands, mouth and finally the handle of the water ladle to purify themselves before approaching the main Shinto shrine or shaden (社殿).

    • Pamela Lee

      Wash basin (Cho-dzu=bachi, 手水鉢), for hand washing before entering the jinja, Shinto shrine | Photo by arjaeboi via Flickr, http://www.flickr.com/photos/arjaeboi/2201215711/

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    • Indistay

      An ablution pavilion (temizuya) in a Japanese Shinto shrine

    • Florence Fargier

      Buddha's Garden Of Zen:

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      Shinto water garden

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    Purification fountains can be found everywhere in modern Japan, including private gardens, homes, and businesses. At all Shinto shrines, worshippers and casual visitors are asked to purify themselves (Harai ) of impurity before praying to the Shinto deities. The act of cleansing is called Misogi, and the actual washing of hands and mouth with water is called Temizu. An associated term is Imi, meaning "abstention from defilement." Most large shrines have a stone wash basin where worshippers an...

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