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Noun
1. Shingon Shinto; any branch of Shinto based on Shingon Buddhist teachingsSee also 両部神道
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しんごんしゅう 古義真言宗
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1. Kogi Shingon ("Old Shingon" school of Buddhism)See also 新義真言宗
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しんしんごんしゅう 新義真言宗
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1. Shingi Shingon ("New Shingon" school of Buddhism)See also 古義真言宗
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1. Shingon sect (of Buddhism)
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しちにちしほ 後七日御修法
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1. annual Shingon prayer ritual (January 8-14)
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後七日の御修法 【ごしちにちのみずほう】
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1. esoteric Buddhism of the Japanese Shingon sectBuddhism, See also 台密 たいみつ
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1. mantraBuddhism
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2. Shingon sect (of Buddhism)Abbreviation, See also 真言宗
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眞言 【しんごん】
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眞言: Out-dated kanji or kanji usage.
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1. twelve devas (esp. of the Shingon sect)
Place
2. Juuniten
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1. great mandala (in Shingon); mandala with an image of each deityBuddhism, See also 四種曼荼羅 ししゅまんだら
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さんまやまんだら 三昧耶曼荼羅
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1. samya mandala (in Shingon); mandala where each deity is represented by an object (lotus flower, gem, sword, etc.)Buddhism, See also 四種曼荼羅 ししゅまんだら
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1. hall with an enshrined statue of Kobo Daishi (at a Shingon temple)
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1. four types of mandala (in Shingon)Buddhism, Abbreviation, See also 四種曼荼羅
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1. dharma mandala (in Shingon); mandala were each deity is represented by its seed syllable in SanskritBuddhism, See also 四種曼荼羅 ししゅまんだら
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かつまん 羯磨曼荼羅
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1. karma mandala (in Shingon); three-dimensional mandala with a sculpture of each deityBuddhism, See also 四種曼荼羅 ししゅまんだら
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1. Chisan sect (of Shingi Shingon Buddhism); Chizan sect
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智山派 【ちざんは】
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1. the two sects of Buddhism introduced to Japan during the Heian period (Tiantai and Shingon) and the six sects introduced during the Nara periodSee also 南都六宗
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1. Unden Shinto (branch of Shinto based on Shingon Buddhist teachings)
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らいゆ 【頼瑜】
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1. Raiyu, Kamakura period Shingon monk, secular surname was Habukawa (1226-1304)