Synonyms for chikubushima or Related words with chikubushima

migawari              zenchiku              komparu              motomasa              kanze              sasameki              gettan              kouryuu              kineya              suzuri              hoxhi              seinaru              shiozu              norito              zeami              eikyuu              izuha              harukawa              zukushi              ebisugawa              tsukinowa              toju              nagachika              peechin              higasa              katsusuke              shihori              seishan              motokiyo              naritoki              shinokawa              bitsu              tokiwazu              softenni              furikabutte              todayama              ootaki              tobisawa              kankin              santoka              koroku              zenryo              danjo              shitsu              shoshinge              shokuzai              tainaka              zenshin              hikigaya              denju             



Examples of "chikubushima"
Several works of the Japanese performing arts relate to Chikubu. They include the Noh play "Chikubushima" and the Heike Biwa work "Chikubushima Mōde", two koto melodies named "Chikubushima", a "jōruri" ("itchūbushi"), a "nagauta", and a "tokiwazu-bushi" of the same name.
Tsukubusuma Shrine (都久夫須麻神社, "Tsukubusuma Jinja") is a Shinto shrine on Chikubu Island in Shiga Prefecture, Japan. Its is a National Treasure of Japan. The shrine's main festival is held annually on June 15. It is also called Chikubushima Shrine (竹生島神社, "Chikubushima Jinja").
Chikubushima is an anonymous Noh play of the first category, celebrating the sacred volcanic island of that name in Lake Biwa.
In 1625 the Edo Shogunate had the Kan'ei-ji built here as a counterpart to Hieizan's Enryakuji in West Japan. The temple's founder Jigen Daishi (Tenkai), liking Lake Biwa, had Benten Island built in imitation of Chikubushima, and then the Bentendo on it. At the time the island was accessible only by boat, but later a stone bridge was added on the east, making it possible to walk to it.
The Shinobazu Pond itself and the Bentendō Temple which stands on its island used to be an integral part of Kan'ei-ji. Tenkai, liking Lake Biwa, had Benten Island built in imitation of Chikubushima, and then the Bentendō on it. At the time the island was accessible only by boat, but later a stone bridge was added on the east, making it possible to walk to it. The Bentendō Temple was destroyed during World War II, and the present one is a reconstruction.