Les sanctuaires Kamo (賀茂神社, Kamo-jinja?) Kamigamo-jinja (上賀茂神社, Kamigamo-jinja?, sanctuaire Kamo supérieur) et Shimogamo-jinja (下鴨神社, Shimogamo-jinja?, sanctuaire Kamo inférieur) sont une paire de sanctuaires shinto de Kyōto, au Japon. Ils comptent parmi les plus vieux du pays et sont tous deux dédiés à Kamo Wake-ikazuchi, le kami du tonnerre.

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  • Les sanctuaires Kamo (賀茂神社, Kamo-jinja?) Kamigamo-jinja (上賀茂神社, Kamigamo-jinja?, sanctuaire Kamo supérieur) et Shimogamo-jinja (下鴨神社, Shimogamo-jinja?, sanctuaire Kamo inférieur) sont une paire de sanctuaires shinto de Kyōto, au Japon. Ils comptent parmi les plus vieux du pays et sont tous deux dédiés à Kamo Wake-ikazuchi, le kami du tonnerre. Ils sont classés Monuments historiques de l'ancienne Kyōto et font partie de la liste du patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO.Kamo no Nagatsugu (1139-1172 ou 73), le père du poète Kamo no Chōmei officia en tant que supérieur à Shimogamo-jinja (下鴨神社, Shimogamo-jinja?, sanctuaire Kamo inférieur).
  • 賀茂神社(かもじんじゃ)とは、京都府京都市にある賀茂別雷神社(上賀茂神社)と賀茂御祖神社(下鴨神社)の2つの神社の総称である。
  • Svatyně Kamo jsou dvě šintoistické svatyně, Kamigamo Džindža (japonsky: 上賀茂神社) a Šimogamo Džindža (下賀茂神社), v Kjótu v Japonsku. Patří mezi nejstarší svatyně v zemi. Obě jsou zasvěceny božstvu (kami) hromu a obě mají výsadní postavení během svátku Aoi, který se koná v květnu a zahrnuje procesí mezi svatyněmi, koňské závody a lukostřelbu jabusame. Od roku 1994 jsou svatyně spolu s několika dalšími památkami v Kjótu zapsány na Seznam světového dědictví UNESCO pod názvem „Památky na starobylé Kjóto“.
  • Il santuario di Kamo, Kamigamo Jinja (上鴨神社, Kamigamo Jinja?) e il santuario di Shimogamo, Shimogamo Jinja (下鴨神社, Shimogamo Jinja?) sono due santuari shintoisti (jinja) di Kyōto, Giappone. Sono due tra i più antichi santuari di tutto il Giappone. Entrambi dedicati al dio (kami) del fulmine, i santuari sono i principali organizzatori del Matsuri Aoi, che cade in maggio e include una processione da un santuario all'altro, corse di cavalli, e sfilate di arcieria (yabusame). Come altri santuari e castelli di Kyōto, anche i santuari di Kamo e Shimogamo sono patrimonio dell'UNESCO.
  • Kamo Shrine (賀茂神社, Kamo-jinja) is a general term for an important Shinto sanctuary complex on both banks of the Kamo River in northeast Kyoto. It is centered on two shrines. The two shrines, an upper and a lower, lie in a corner of the old capital which was known as the "devil's gate" (鬼門, kimon) due to traditional geomancy beliefs that the north-east corner brought misfortune. Because the Kamo River runs from the north-east direction into the city, the two shrines along the river were intended to prevent demons from entering the city.The Kamo Shrine encompasses what are now independent but traditionally associated jinja or shrines: the Kamo-wakeikazuchi Shrine (賀茂別雷神社, Kamo-wakeikazuchi jinja) in Kyoto's Kita Ward, and the "Kamo-mioya Shrine'" (賀茂御祖神社, Kamo-mioya jinja) in Sakyo Ward. They are amongst the "Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto" which have been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.The jinja name identifies the clustered kami or deities who are venerated at the Kamo Shrine; and the name refers to the ambit of shrine's encircling woods. The shrine name also references the area's early inhabitants, the Kamo clan, many of whom continue to live near the shrine their ancestors traditionally served. The Kamo are credited with establishing this Shinto sacred place.The formal names of corollary jinja memorialize vital roots in a history which pre-dates the founding of Japan's ancient capital. Although now incorporated within boundaries of the city, the Tadasu no Mori location was a site planning factor. It is theorized that this forest was the primeval forest home of the sacerdotal Kamo clan, who were the exclusive caretakers of the shrine from prehistoric times. The boundaries of today's smaller forest encompasses approximately 12.4 hectares, which are preserved as a national historical site (を国の史跡). The woods of this sacred grove are designated by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage site along with other Shinto shrines in its environs.The shrine's annual festival, Kamo no Matsuri, also called Aoi Matsuri, is the oldest of Kyoto's three major festivals. The others are Jidai Matsuri and Gion Matsuri.
  • Der Kamo-Schrein (jap. 賀茂神社, Kamo-jinja) in Kyōto, Japan besteht aus den beiden Shintō-Schreinen Kamigamo-jinja (上賀茂神社; wörtlich: Oberer Kamo-Schrein; früher auch Kamowakeikazuchi-jinja (賀茂別雷神社; 35° 3′ 37″ N, 135° 45′ 10″ O35.060362135.75266)); und Shimogamo-jinja (下賀茂神社; wörtlich: Niederer Kamo-Schrein, da südlich vom Kamigamo-Schrein gelegen; früher auch Kamomioya-jinja (賀茂御祖神社; 35° 2′ 18″ N, 135° 46′ 21″ O35.038272135.772369)). Sie gehören zu den ältesten Schreinen des Landes und tragen beide den Titel eines Chokusaisha. Beide Schreine sind dem Kami des Donners gewidmet und sind zentrale Bestandteile des Aoi-Festes, das im Mai abgehalten wird und aus einer Prozession zwischen den beiden Schreinen, Pferderennen und Bogenschießen (Yabusame) besteht. Zusammen mit mehreren anderen Schreinen, Tempeln und Burgen in Kyōto wurde der Kamo-Schrein 1994 von der UNESCO zum Weltkulturerbe Historisches Kyōto (Kyōto, Uji und Ōtsu) ernannt.
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  • Les sanctuaires Kamo (賀茂神社, Kamo-jinja?) Kamigamo-jinja (上賀茂神社, Kamigamo-jinja?, sanctuaire Kamo supérieur) et Shimogamo-jinja (下鴨神社, Shimogamo-jinja?, sanctuaire Kamo inférieur) sont une paire de sanctuaires shinto de Kyōto, au Japon. Ils comptent parmi les plus vieux du pays et sont tous deux dédiés à Kamo Wake-ikazuchi, le kami du tonnerre.
  • 賀茂神社(かもじんじゃ)とは、京都府京都市にある賀茂別雷神社(上賀茂神社)と賀茂御祖神社(下鴨神社)の2つの神社の総称である。
  • Svatyně Kamo jsou dvě šintoistické svatyně, Kamigamo Džindža (japonsky: 上賀茂神社) a Šimogamo Džindža (下賀茂神社), v Kjótu v Japonsku. Patří mezi nejstarší svatyně v zemi. Obě jsou zasvěceny božstvu (kami) hromu a obě mají výsadní postavení během svátku Aoi, který se koná v květnu a zahrnuje procesí mezi svatyněmi, koňské závody a lukostřelbu jabusame. Od roku 1994 jsou svatyně spolu s několika dalšími památkami v Kjótu zapsány na Seznam světového dědictví UNESCO pod názvem „Památky na starobylé Kjóto“.
  • Il santuario di Kamo, Kamigamo Jinja (上鴨神社, Kamigamo Jinja?) e il santuario di Shimogamo, Shimogamo Jinja (下鴨神社, Shimogamo Jinja?) sono due santuari shintoisti (jinja) di Kyōto, Giappone. Sono due tra i più antichi santuari di tutto il Giappone. Entrambi dedicati al dio (kami) del fulmine, i santuari sono i principali organizzatori del Matsuri Aoi, che cade in maggio e include una processione da un santuario all'altro, corse di cavalli, e sfilate di arcieria (yabusame).
  • Der Kamo-Schrein (jap. 賀茂神社, Kamo-jinja) in Kyōto, Japan besteht aus den beiden Shintō-Schreinen Kamigamo-jinja (上賀茂神社; wörtlich: Oberer Kamo-Schrein; früher auch Kamowakeikazuchi-jinja (賀茂別雷神社; 35° 3′ 37″ N, 135° 45′ 10″ O35.060362135.75266)); und Shimogamo-jinja (下賀茂神社; wörtlich: Niederer Kamo-Schrein, da südlich vom Kamigamo-Schrein gelegen; früher auch Kamomioya-jinja (賀茂御祖神社; 35° 2′ 18″ N, 135° 46′ 21″ O35.038272135.772369)).
  • Kamo Shrine (賀茂神社, Kamo-jinja) is a general term for an important Shinto sanctuary complex on both banks of the Kamo River in northeast Kyoto. It is centered on two shrines. The two shrines, an upper and a lower, lie in a corner of the old capital which was known as the "devil's gate" (鬼門, kimon) due to traditional geomancy beliefs that the north-east corner brought misfortune.
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