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top site etext Encyclopedia of Shinto
"The online Encyclopedia of Shinto is the English translation of the Shinto jiten edited by the Institute for Japanese Culture and Classics and published by Kobundo in 1994 (the text as translated here reflects certain emendations to the original Japanese version). Links to video images, illustrations, photographs and sound files have been added anew. The original Shinto jiten is the most widely used general work of reference regarding Shinto in Japan today. It is our hope that by introducing the results of modern Shinto research through this medium, we will contribute in some way to the further growth of international research on Shinto and Japanese culture. We hope it finds use not only by scholars, but by students and others with an interest in Japan."
•  Shinto
•  Online Reference Work
web Jinja-Honcho: Association of Shinto Shrines
"Jinja Honcho (Association of Shinto Shrines) is a religious organization which administrates about 80,000 Shinto Shrines throughout Japan. The objectives of Jinja Honcho are: 1) to guide member shrines in terms of administration, 2) to preserve traditional Shinto rituals and festivals, as well as promoting traditional moral, 3) to pray for prosperous development of Japanese society, 4) and to contribute in establishing everlasting world peace."
•  Shinto
web International Shinto Foundation
"The International Shinto Foundation is being established to dispel misunderstandings about Shinto and introduce its qualities as one of the most liberal and broad-minded religions on the planet. Shinto is among the few sects in the world which does not oppose any other religion's philosophy. Beyond that a major aim of the foundation is to disseminate Japanese culture to provide a clearer understanding of all aspects of Japan."
•  Shinto
etext Shinto and Japanese Religions
A collection of online texts.
•  Asia -- Religion
•  Shinto
•  Online Text Collection
web Sacred Spaces in Shinto
This page offers information and photos about Shinto architecture.
•  Religion and architecture
•  Shinto
web Tsubaki Grand Shrine of America
"Located on a pristine 25 acre site near Seattle, WA (by car - by bus), Tsubaki Grand Shrine of America is the traditional Jinja Shinto Shrine and the direct North American branch of Tsubaki O Kami Yashiro in Mie Prefecture one of the oldest and most prestigious shrines in Japan with a history of over 2000 years."
•  Shinto
web BBC - Religions: Shinto
Basic information on Shinto is offered here.

•  Shinto
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