General: miko

Miko are shrine maidens in Shinto shrines (not the same rank as priests, closer to altar boys). They sweep the shrine, do ceremonial dances, perform music, flank the priest at prayers, freshen the offerings, operate the fortune telling lottery, and in most modern shrines run the knickknack and good luck charms shop. Historically, they used to be mediums and oracles.

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Updated by vistigris about 15 years ago