|Rooted in Shinto ritual practices
|Symbolizes an offering to kami, expressing gratitude and seeking favor.
|A branch or twig adorned with shide or paper strips.
|Natural colors, often with white shide.
|Offered during ceremonies and rituals at shrines.
|Integral to Shinto purification and worship.
|Common in Shinto ceremonies and festival
|Signifies devotion and respect towards kami.
|Simple in form but rich in ritualistic meaning
|Conveys reverence and a desire for spiritual connection.