Yuko's Trip at Osaka #4 [ Let's pray for this year at Hatsumode ]

Yuko's Trip at Osaka #4 [ Let's pray for this year at Hatsumode ]

The year has passed and it is January now. Yuko and Oliver decided to go to a famous Shrine in Osaka as a New Year 's visit. Yuko will act as a guide for Oliver visiting the Shrine and enjoy the first event of the year. Yuko is a guide in the Yukosutorabu @ OSAKA series touring project, and he will guide Osaka. Finally, a Osaka lecture is also available!

The year has passed and it is January now. Yuko and Oliver decided to go to a famous Shrine in Osaka as a New Year 's visit. Yuko will act as a guide for Oliver visiting the Shrine and enjoy the first event of the year. Yuko is a guide in the Yukosutorabu @ OSAKA series touring project, and he will guide Osaka. Finally, a Osaka lecture is also available! Yu) Congratulations Oliver! Please treat me well this year too!Oh, congratulations for a happy new year, Yuko! Nice to meet you too! Let's go to various places this year. Yu) Of course! Let's go to Sumiyoshi Taisha today to visit the shrine.O) Hatsumono is to get to the shrine early in the year!  ※) Go to Sumiyoshi Taisha by Hankai train (streetcar). Arrive at the Sumiyoshi Taisha shrine before getting off at Sumiyoshigori-mae on the way. Yu) That's right, you know Oliver well! Sumiyoshi Taisha is a very famous shrine in Japan, especially at the beginning of the year with many worshipers! It said to be 2 million worshipers.  Oh, 2 million people, it’s hardly to imagine! By the way, I do not know how to conduct a worship ...... Yu) I'll teach you the detailed process step by step! Before entering the shrine, I briefly bow down in front of the torii. And when you go through the torii, do not step on the doorstep. Since it is said that the middle of the street is the path of God, you should walk as far as possible away from the middle. Yu) When you enter the inside of the precincts, first cleanse your body and mind in the water shop. Hold the ladle in your right hand and draw some water before washing your left hand. Then hold the ladle in your left hand and wash your right hand in the same way. Hold the ladle on your right hand and rinse your mouth with the water you got with your left hand. Do not put your mouth on a ladle at this moment. Finally hold the ladle vertically with both hands,then wash and clean the part of the handle, and you’ve completed all! O) Wash your left hand and then your right hand. . . Yuko - Oh dear, I’m a little confused. . . ! Yu) Next is the worship. I will throw a coin before a worship. This means a dedicated offering of gratitude to God. I will throw a five-yen coin with my wishes as if there is an "luck".  O) I see. Well then let me make it a 5 yen coin! Eh! Yu) The basic worship process at the shrine includes two applauses and one worship on your knees. You can begin to pray to God after two applauses. Do not say your wishes out and try not to be too greedy, hehe.  O) (Well, as you can get good points in the test, I hope you can eat delicious foods full of stomach, and I hope I can play with Yuko a lot from then. . .) Yu) When you worship, buy amulets and make a drawO) A great draw! It's my first time making a draw! I'm looking forward to it! Yu) Now what will be the result?  Sound) Gashagasha Bong! O) Wow yeah! It was a great luck! Yuko, What's up?  Yu) I am also Okay! Well, it looks like we have a wonderful year, Oliver. Oh! That's right! Ah! I got a very clear mind after the praying and worshipYu) Me too! Let's buy delicious baked dumplings and go home. Today's word   Osaka dialect"Thank you!”  In Osaka dialect, it means "Thank you" in the standard language. It is used frequently on a daily basis with a feeling like a greeting. In shops, people often say "Thank you so much" instead of "Middle Ashita" .
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