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- harae or harai (祓 or 祓い) is the general term for rituals of purification in shinto. harae is one of four essential elements involved in a shinto ceremony
- open to the public but generally used by researchers and shintō priests. oharai machi (おはらい町): a small sidestreet that runs between prefectural route 32
- particularly important ritual which the head of the nakatomi clan oversaw was the Ōharai purification rite, performed twice every year, in which the high priest
- fleabane erigeron nivalis erigeron ochroleucus – buff fleabane erigeron oharai erigeron oreades erigeron oreg**** – gorge fleabane erigeron oreophilus
- practices performed to ward evil (yakuyoke (厄除け?)) or expel evil (yakubarai, oharai (yaku-barai[ja]?)), e.g. sounding the drums. in some areas it is common
- (hayashi, 1974) aquilonastra moosleitneri o'loughlin & rowe, 2006 aquilonastra oharai o'loughlin & rowe, 2006 aquilonastra richmondi o'loughlin & rowe, 2006 aquilonastra
- gudeodiscus giardi szekeresi páll-gergely & hunyadi 2013 gudeodiscus giardi oharai páll-gergely 2013 gudeodiscus goliath páll-gergely & hunyadi 2013 gudeodiscus
- officially changed in 1980 from typical shintō prayers—amatsu norito and Ōharai kotoba—to shinzen haishi [prayer to god], reizen haishi [prayer to the deceased]