This is discussion archived from a time before the current discussion method was installed.
Shimako and Noriko clarification
Fixed Mari Mite
entry — Shimako is the miko and "daughter of a shrine", Noriko is just Buddhist and fond of shrines and temples. — Taper W
That Other 1 Dude
: What with that picture, and all of these pictures that are supposedly from the Haruhi Suzumiya
series, yet I can imagine where they would fit in canon.
: It's fanart.
: No, it's an official illustration from one of the novels.
: I apologize for speaking confidently without knowledge. Of course you're right.◊
Ukyo a miko?
Sackett: Ukyo for Ranma ½
a miko? Did I miss that somewhere, since I don't remember that.
Does the outfit on the miko in the picture matter?
: While I appreciate that Reimu is a pretty iconic Miko, she's not a very typical one. I think we should have a picture with a proper shinto outfit to help illustrate the trope better. Something like the picture I put up◊