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Folk religion in Japan

Hori, IchiroМ„

Folk religion in Japan

continuity and change.

by Hori, IchiroМ„

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Published by University of Tokyo Press in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan
    • Subjects:
    • Japan -- Religion

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 253-263.

      StatementEdited by Joseph M. Kitagawa and Alan L. Miller.
      SeriesHaskell lectures on history of religions., New ser., no. 1
      ContributionsKitagawa, Joseph Mitsuo, 1915- ed., Miller, Alan L., ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBL2202 .H58 1968b
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 278 p.
      Number of Pages278
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5158182M
      LC Control Number74443952

      In no modern nation is folk religion more important than it is in Japan. This is the whole secret of Japanese culture. The Japanese themselves like to talk about what enthusiastic Westernizers they are and Japanese scholars write books about Chinese, Indian, Central Asian and even Bactrian Greek influences. A Guide to Japanese Buddhism A Guide to Japanese Buddhism. A Guide to Japanese Buddhism folk religion. However, triggered by foreigners and contemporary sci- The book Understanding Japanese Buddhism was published at the occasion of the 12th general conference of the World Fellowship ofFile Size: 3MB.

        A brief overview of Shinto, a traditional folk religion of Japan. The essence of Shinto is the Japanese devotion to invisible spiritual beings and powers called kami, to shrines, and to various. Download Asian Folk Religion And Cultural Interaction ebook PDF or Read of the East Asian “Mediterranean” is not only the first monograph in any language on the Tendai Jimon school in Japanese Buddhism, but also the first book-length study in English to examine Korean connections in medieval Japanese religion. Daoism, and Buddhism.

      Gods, ghosts and ancestors: folk religion in a Taiwanese village: An online book (third edition) by David K. Jordan. view: Folk Temples and the Chinese Religious Economy: Article from the Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion view: Chinese Popular Religion: Bibliography: Bibliographical resource: studies of Chinese popular religion. Ichiro Hori's is the first book in Western literature to portray how Shinto, Buddhist, Confucian, and Taoist elements, as well as all manner of archaic magical beliefs and practices, are fused on the folk level. Folk religion, transmitted by the common people from generation to generation, has greatly conditioned the political, economic, and cultural development of Japan and continues .


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Ichiro Hori’s is the first book in Western literature to portray how Shinto, Buddhist, Confucian, and Taoist elements, as well as all manner of archaic magical beliefs and practices, are fused on the folk level.

Folk religion, transmitted by the common people from generation to generation, has greatly conditioned the political, economic, and cultural development of Japan and continues to satisfy the emotional and religious.

Ichiro Hori's is the first book in Western literature to portray how Shinto, Buddhist, Confucian, and Taoist elements, as well as all manner of archaic magical beliefs and practices, are fused on the folk religion, transmitted by the common people from generation to generation, has greatly conditioned the political, economic, and cultural development of Japan and continues.

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Scanned in China. Uploaded by Unknown on February 1, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: This standard text explores religion in Japan as a complex tapestry of different religious strands, reflecting both the unity and diversity of Japanese culture, a theme Earhart pioneered in the first edition () of this enduring, classic book--a theme he has devoted subsequent decades to refining through cutting-edge scholarship and keen observation of the evolving religious Cited by: 4.

Ichiro Hori's is the first book in Western literature to portray how Shinto, Buddhist, Confucian, and Taoist elements, as well as all manner of archaic magical beliefs and practices, are fused on the folk level. Folk religion, transmitted by the common people from generation to generation, has greatly conditioned the political, economic, 4/5(1).

Ichiro Hori's is the first book in Western literature to portray how Shinto, Buddhist, Confucian, and Taoist elements, as well as all manner of archaic magical beliefs and practices, are fused on the folk level.

Folk religion, transmitted by the common people from generation to generation, has greatly conditioned the political, economic, and cultural development of Japan and continues to satisfy the emotional and religious.

Just as in Shinto, many folk religion practices are about the attainment of genze riyaku (this-worldly goods). Originally practiced by a dominantly agrarian society, practitioners could be looking for fertility, a good harvest, protection from disease, etc.

They would look for these benefits from the kami. Ichiro Hori's is the first book in Western literature to portray how Shinto, Buddhist, Confucian, and Taoist elements, as well as all manner of archaic magical beliefs and practices, are fused on the folk level.

Folk religion, transmitted by the common people from generation to generation, has greatly conditioned the political, economic, and cultural development of Japan and continues to satisfy the emotional and religious 4/5(1).

Nembutsu as Folk Religion -- IV. Mountains and Their Importance for the Idea of the Other World -- V. Japanese Shamanism -- VI. The New Religions and the Survival of Shamanic Tendencies. Ichiro Hori's is the first book in Western literature to portray how Shinto, Buddhist, Confucian, and Taoist elements, as well as all manner of archaic magical beliefs and practices, are fused on.

Shinto - The Way of Gods: Introduction to the Traditional Religion of Japan. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN ; Specialized. Nelson, John K. A Year in the Life of a Shinto Shrine.

University of Washington Press. ISBN ; Cali, Joseph and John Dougill (). Shinto holy books. The holy books of Shinto are the Kojiki or 'Records of Ancient Matters' ( CE) and the Nihon-gi or 'Chronicles of Japan' ( CE).

These books are compilations of ancient. Ichiro Hori's is the first book in Western literature to portray how Shinto, Buddhist, Confucian, and Taoist elements, as well as all manner of archaic magical beliefs and practices, are fused on the folk level.

Folk religion, transmitted by the common people from generation to generation, has greatly conditioned the political, economic, and Format: Paperback. For updates online, visit the Nanzan Guide site at Nanzan Library of Asian Religion and Nanzan Guide to Japanese Religions combines, for the first time in any language, state-of-the-field theoretical and critical discussions with concrete resources students and scholars need to conduct research on Japanese religions.

Even seasoned scholars typically. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Series Title. Buddhism and Shintoism are two major religions in Japan.

According to the annual statistical research on religion in by the Agency for Culture Affairs, Government of Japan, percent of the population practices Shintoism, percent Buddhism, percent Christianity, and percent others.

Total adherents exceeds % because many Japanese people practice both. FOLK RELIGION, JAPANFolk religion (minkan shinkō or minzoku shūkyō) is the unifying element underlying Japanese religious structure, the "frame of reference," as Miyake Hitoshi has termed it ("Folk Religion, " p.

), through which the religious traditions of Shinto and Buddhism have become rooted in Japan. Gods of Myth and Stone book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Gods of Myth and Stone is a pioneering work, the first book in Engl 4/5. Folk Religion Japanese folk religion (or primitive Shinto) has its roots in the long tradition of an exclusive agrarian society. Yet, within that society are discernible two different systems of belief.

The first of these may be called the uji-gami type (tutelary or guardian shrine system), which was based on the particular family or clan File Size: 3MB.Shrines to kami with this name can be found throughout Japan. In Japanese folk religion, the kami of any given mountain is sometimes called Ōyamatsumi, as is the spirit of someone who has died within the mountains; in many cases, cairns of stones are erected as a place of worship.”.Based on the University of Chicago’s Haskell Lectures series, this book examines how various religions (e.g., Shinto, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Shamanism, and Christianity) have contributed to folk religion in Japan.