在日本tripgraphics网站发布的秃头世界地图中,日本毫无疑问地抢占亚洲第一,排名世界第14位。中国香港、台湾和上海也榜上有名...

In a map of the bald world published on the japanese website tripgraphics, japan undoubtedly ranks first in asia and 14th in the world. Hong kong, taiwan and shanghai are also on the list. ..

你说想要头发,于是神来了。日本唯一一座保佑你不再脱发的神社——「御发神社」,秃头率亚洲第一的日本人民纷纷前往。

You said you wanted hair, and you came to me. The only shrine in Japan that protects you from hair loss is the Imperial Hair Shrine, where the bald people of Japan lead Asia.

御发神社位于著名的京都嵯峨野的小仓山,并且离龟山天皇的御陵很近,御发神社的御祭神藤原采女亮政之公和龟山天皇有着非常深的渊源。

Located in kyoto's famous kosakayama, and close to the imperial mausoleum of the emperor koshiro, the royal shrine has deep roots in the shining government and the emperor.

明治39年,在长野的善光寺开祖建立了墓碑,直到昭和初,全国的理发业者为了敬发和祭奠始祖,把政之公的忌辰日的17日定为每月的休息日。

In meiji 39, in changyo, the ancestors of the temple established tombstones, until the beginning of zhaohe, the country's barbers in order to honor hair and pay tribute to the ancestors, the 17th of the official bogey day of the government as a monthly rest day.

在御发神社还可以献纳自己的头发,只要300日元。和一般的御朱印的初穗费差不多,一定要试试看呀。在小信封上写上姓名和出生年月日就好。

You can also offer your hair at the shrine for 300 yen. And the general royalty of the first ear, must try it. Just put your name and date of birth on the envelope.


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