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Aomori

Aomori Prefecture (Aomori-ken) is located in the Tohoku region on Honshu island, Japan. The capital is the city of Aomori. Aomori was named after the Aomori Bay , which the Ainu described simply as the "big bay".The design of Symbol is based on the geographical outline of Aomori. The white background symbolizes the infinity of the cosmos and the deep green of the emblem represents the people's hopes for continuing progress and development for the future. Aomori produces the highest apple yields in Japan and its apple blossoms are undeniably connected to the lives of the people of the prefecture. SGI practice Soka Gakkai's particular form of Nichiren Buddhism. Butsudan Buddhist altar Nichiren taught that by chanting "Nam Myoho Renge Kyo" to the Gohonzon. SGI practitioners call this process a "human revolution."
Nichiren Buddhism Butsudan Soka Gakkai SGI the Buddhist altar shop
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