Some examples of common rules are that the deceased must be a parishioner （a characteristic Japanese system where a follower asks for the various Buddhist masses provided for by a certain temple, supports the running of the temple, and has a family which has had a long standing membership with the temple） and that foreigners may not be accepted, regardless of their religion or whether they have permanent resident status.〔【出典】『日本人との結婚』（水瓜博子著）◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"YA18-162", "2452490"
During higan the spirits of ancestors are recalled, Buddhist rites carried out, and family graves visited."NIPO-312", "2288145"
During higan the spirits of ancestors are recalled, Buddhist rites carried out and family graves visited."NIPO-251", "2288144"