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Holes in Sanbo side? 2021/7/10 09:02
What is the meaning of the kurigata holes in Sanbo?
Is there a complete source for studying Shinto Liturgy?
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Re: Holes in Sanbo side? 2021/7/11 21:52
As far as I know, gsan-boh (or gsan-poh) refers to the three gems/treasures in Buddhism (Buddha, his teachings, and monks/nuns), written with the characters representing gthreeh and gtreasures,h and the stand for offering that you refers to is also called by the same name, sometimes written in kanji that mean gthreeh and gdirectionsh (the same sound), as it has holes in three directions.
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Re: Holes in Sanbo side? 2021/8/31 11:51
Thank you for the answer, really helped me in some research i'm doing.

And do you know the reason why is there also a "sanbo" with only 1 side hole? What are the manly use for each one?
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