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JOYA-NO-KANE iPhone App

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Published on Dec 29, 2008

Originally, JOYA-NO-KANE(除夜の鐘) is japanese traditional event.

JOYA-NO-KANE (Midnight Tolling of the Temple Bells).
Ringing the bell at a temple on New Year's Eve is a Buddhist tradition in Japan. Bells are rung 108 times in that according to Buddhism it is said that man has 108 troublesome desires, and by hearing the bells toll 108 times people can rid themselves of such desires at the end of the year.

You can hit bell by swaying horizontally iPhone/iPod Touch. If you ring 108 times, your troublesome desires will be pufify :-)

-Get This App!!
http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZ...

-Support Page
http://joya.kenmaz.net/info.html

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