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Home » 4. Jinja (Shrines) » Ritual Implements and Vestments
Daikaku
Also called mokurokudai,a type of oshiki tray with integral feet used for presenting offerings (heihaku or shinsen), but with a size of eight sun (about 24 centimeters) square. According to the rules for ritual procedure established by the Association of Shinto Shrines (Jinja Honchō), heihaku presented to shrines by the Association are to be presented on a daikaku. See also oshiki.

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