Tokin may refer to:
Nichinan is a town located in Hino District, Tottori Prefecture, Japan. As of 31 December 2021, the town had an estimated population of 4,144 in 1903 households and a population density of 12 persons per km2. The total area of the town is 340.962 square kilometres (131.646 sq mi), representing 10% of the total area of Tottori Prefecture.Over 90% of the town is covered by mountains and forest, and 5% of the land is arable. Areas of Nichinan are part of Hiba-Dogo-Taishaku Quasi-National Park.
Shugendō is a highly syncretic religion, a body of ascetic practices that originated in the Nara Period of Japan having evolved during the 7th century from an amalgamation of beliefs, philosophies, doctrines and ritual systems drawn from local folk-religious practices, Shinto mountain worship and Buddhism. The final purpose of Shugendō is for practitioners to find supernatural power and save themselves and the masses by conducting religious training while treading through steep mountain ranges. Practitioners are called Shugenja or Yamabushi. The mountains where shugenja is practiced are all over Japan, and include various mountains of the Ōmine mountain range such as Mount Hakkyō and Mount Ōmine.
Yamabushi are Japanese mountain ascetic hermits. They are generally part of the syncretic shugendō religion, which includes Tantric Buddhist, Shinto, and Japanese Taoist elements.
The tokin (頭襟、兜巾、頭巾、ときん) is a small, black, box-shaped hat traditional to Japan, which yamabushi of shugendō wear on their foreheads. The tokin has been worn since the Kamakura period (1185–1333) or the Muromachi period (1336–1573).
Kongō is the Japanese word for vajra. It may refer to:
Daisen can refer to:
Yazu is a town located in Yazu District, Tottori Prefecture, Japan. As of 30 November 2022, the town had an estimated population of 16,156 in 6140 households and a population density of 78 persons per km². The total area of the town is 206.71 square kilometres (79.81 sq mi).
金剛山 may refer to:
Chizu Station is a junction passenger railway station located in the town of Chizu, Yazu District, Tottori, Japan, jointly operated by the West Japan Railway Company and the third sector railway operator Chizu Express.
Yazukōkōmae Station is a passenger railway station located in the town of Yazu, Yazu District, Tottori Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by the third sector company Wakasa Railway.
Hyōnosen-Ushiroyama-Nagisan Kokutei Kōen (氷ノ山後山那岐山国定公園) is a Quasi-National Park in Hyōgo Prefecture, Tottori Prefecture, and Okayama Prefecture, Japan. It was founded on 10 April 1969 and has an area of 488.03 square kilometres (188.43 sq mi).
Koyama or Kōyama may refer to:
大山, literally meaning "Big Mountain", may refer to:
The 32nd annual Japanese Regional Football League Competition took place from 22 November 2008 to 30 November 2008. It took place across the prefectures of Fukuoka, Kōchi, Tottori and Okinawa. It is the tournament which decided promotion to the Japan Football League for the 2009 season. As three teams were promoted from the Japan Football League to J. League Division 2, the top three teams in this competition were promoted: Machida Zelvia, V-Varen Nagasaki and Honda Lock.
Kanayama is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Mount Misumi, also known as Mount Tokin or Mount Tokkin, is a mountain in Tottori, Tottori Prefecture, Japan. It is one of the 100 Famous Mountains of Chūgoku and stands 516 metres (1,693 ft) tall.
Mount Misumi can refer to:
TOKIN Corporation is a Japanese electrical and electronic industrial and automotive parts manufacturing company. Since April 2017 it has been a wholly owned subsidiary of KEMET Corporation. Previously it was named NEC TOKIN and was part of the NEC Group. It is headquartered in Shiroishi, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.