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Bocking, Brian (2004)
Publisher: Biblion Verlag
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: 1200
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    • 15 Jinja Honchō means “Shrine HQ” and to the Japanese ear has governmental connotations. However, the official English translation of Jinja Honchō is invariably given as “Association of Shintō Shrines”. This is an example of the way in which official Shintō appears differently inside and outside Japan.
    • 16 BREEN and TEEUWEN, “Introduction: Shintō Past and Present”, in BREEN and TEEUWEN, eds., Shinto in History.
    • 17 See HORI Ichirō, Folk Religion in Japan: Continuity and Change, ed. by Joseph KITAGAWA and Alan MILLER (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1968).
    • 18 KURODA Toshio, “Shintō in the History of Japanese Religion”, Journal of Japanese Studies 7.1, (1981), 1-21 (hereafter “Shintō”). Reprinted in MULLINS et al., eds., Religion and Society, 7-30.
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