Hoshi Masote

Practicing Misogi

Misogi was the rokugani practice of ritual purification through enduring physical discomfort, to hone the spirit and cleanse the soul. The most popular practice associated with it was the use of a waterfall to bludgeon the body, kneeling or standing beneath falling water. [1]


  1. Sword and Fan, p. 136

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