Shinto: Shintō, Staats-Shintō, Gagaku, Shinbutsu-Shūgō, Sumō, Konkōkyō, Mitogaku, Japanisches Kaiserhaus, Kami, Kokugakuin, Shimenawa

 
9781159327712: Shinto: Shintō, Staats-Shintō, Gagaku, Shinbutsu-Shūgō, Sumō, Konkōkyō, Mitogaku, Japanisches Kaiserhaus, Kami, Kokugakuin, Shimenawa
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Dieser Inhalt ist eine Zusammensetzung von Artikeln aus der frei verfügbaren Wikipedia-Enzyklopädie. Seiten: 372. Nicht dargestellt. Kapitel: Shintō, Staats-Shintō, Gagaku, Shinbutsu-Shūgō, Sumō, Konkōkyō, Mitogaku, Japanisches Kaiserhaus, Kami, Kokugakuin, Shimenawa, Engishiki, Tenrikyō, Amenouzume, Sekten-Shintō, Kagutsuchi, Drei Berge Von Dewa, Throninsignien Japans, Takemikazuchi, Setsubun, Yoshida-Shintō, Miwa, Kushinadahime, Amaterasu, Nihonshoki, Yatagarasu, Kojiki, Yamatanoorochi, Konohanasakuyahime, Arai Hakuseki, Hachiman, Izanagi Und Izanami, Ōmoto, Jingū, Hayashi Razan, Sugawara No Michizane, Tsukuyomi, Drei Sumiyoshi-Kami, Kagura, Ōyamatsumi, Amenooshihomimi, Mitama, Hōnen-Matsuri, Schrein-Shintō, Inari, Takamimusubi, Shinbutsu-Bunri, Arahitogami, Kagami-Mochi, Tenjin, Kume Kunitake, Dōsojin, Motoori Norinaga, Omikuji, Shintai, Kōgakkan-Universität, Iwakura Tomomi, Sperrstrauch, Miko, Shichi-Go-San, Rikkokushi, Hatsumōde, Ujigami, Nomi-No-Sukune, O-Mamori, Takamanohara, Susanoo, Torii, Jindai Moji, Tenshō Kōtai Jingūkyō, Ema, Junrei, Raijin, Norito, Jidai-Matsuri, Ashinazuchi Und Tenazuchi, Ebisu, Sengū, Ninigi, Yorozuhatahime, Kuraokami, Watatsumi, Hamaya, Yoshida Kanetomo, Misogi, Hatsumiyamairi, Kambe, Gohei, Hana-Matsuri, Kotodama, Kodama, Mikokami. Auszug: Shinto Shintō) or kami-no-michi is the indigenous spirituality of Japan and the Japanese people. It is best conceived of as a set of practices, carried out diligently to establish a connection between present day Japan and its ancient past. Shinto practices were first recorded and codified in the written historical records of the Kojiki and Nihon Shoki in the 7th and 8th century. Still, these earliest Japanese writings do not refer to a unified "Shinto religion", but rather to disorganized folklore, history, and mythology. Shinto today is a term that applies to public shrines suited to various purposes such as war memorials, harvest festivals, romance, and historical monuments, as well as var...

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