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Pagan & Shinto News: Heathen Soldier Beard Permitted, Sumo Association Rethinks Women Ban

Patheos (blog) - May 1, 2018
In 2017 a Shinto shrine received recognition from Unesco under its own name, placing it in the prestigious front rank of Japan's World Heritage shrines. Munakata Taisha, comprising four component parts, is in Fukuoka Prefecture, Kyushu, and owes its ...

Chichibu: Steeped in tradition, but challenged by industry

The Japan Times - Apr 29, 2018
The Chichibu region in Saitama Prefecture is known for its deep Shinto and Shugendo roots, as well as its Buddhist 34-temple Kannon Pilgrimage. The city of Chichibu, about 90 minutes train ride northwest from Ikebukuro, Tokyo, has a population of ...

The Sinking of the Most Powerful Warship in History

New York Times - May 12, 2018
This great vessel had a thatched Shinto shrine on board and a crew of 3,000 men, and was, Morris writes, “more than a machine, more even than a weapon, but an amalgam of universal human emotions.” In early April 1945, the Pacific war was in its final, ...

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What Is The Ancient Japanese Religion Shinto?

What Is The World's Most Peaceful Religion? - https://youtu.be/T0W-a8Ux0Do Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml Practiced by nearly 80% of the population, ...

BEGIN Japanology - Shinto Shrine

A Shinto shrine (神社 jinja?, archaic: shinsha, meaning: \

Shintoism Documentary

Inside look into Shintoism, a Japanese Religion. Filmed By: Donte' Richardson.

Shinto: Nature, Gods, and Man in Japan (1977)

For more fun classic stuff visit: https://classics.life/ https://www.facebook.com/classics.life.official/ From Archive.Org: Traces the development of Shinto to the ...

Minute Faith ~ Shinto

Shinto is the indigenous religion of Japan, a life-affirming animism calling upon the blessings of the numinous forces of nature and of specific spirit deities. Thus ...