Question: What religion is Kannushi?

Kannushi are Shinto priests who are ministers at a Shinto shrine. They serve the divinities by making offerings and reciting Shinto prayers. They also perform the Shinto purification for people who come to worship and they conduct weddings.

What is the role of the Kannushi?

A kannushi (神主, god master, originally pronounced kamunushi), also called shinshoku (神職, meaning gods employee), is a person responsible for the maintenance of a Shinto shrine (神社, jinja) as well as for leading worship of a given kami.

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