Shinto


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Synonyms for Shinto

the native religion and former ethnic cult of Japan

the ancient indigenous religion of Japan lacking formal dogma

relating to or characteristic of Shintoism

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Shinto has a particular interest in evaluating complex, multimodal interventions which are very common in integrative medicine practice yet are methodologically challenging in research.
What to do: Make your own Shimenawa Shinto straw festoon at Goenshimenawa craft center in Matsue, Shimane.
Its dirt rings, known as dohyo, are viewed as sacred in the Japanese Shinto faith and women - considered to be ritually unclean - are not allowed to enter for fear of desecrating the hallowed soil.
Shinto is the traditional religion of Japan and many shrines dot the country.
Rots describes how the ancient Japanese religion Shinto has rediscovered its links with the natural world and is taking up environmental issues from a spiritual perspective.
The video showcases the different female characters of "Last Round" in their Shinto shrine costumes.
It is good to be free, but our freedom depends on infinite-valued flexibility, essential to science, and away from Nazi and Shinto ritualism.
The acting consul general of Japan in Karachi, Yasuharu Shinto also attended the program whereas the president of KCCI Shamim Farpu, Municipal Commissioner Dr.
26 May 2016 - 11:36 G7 leaders in Japanese holy shrine Abe escorted Group of Seven (G7) leaders to the Shinto religion's holiest site on Thursday ahead of summit He's due to call for solidarity on the migration issue and recognition that it is a global problem in need of funding from leading industrialized nations.
''There was absolutely no cannibalism,'' said Mutsuhiro Takeuchi, a nationalist-leaning educator and a priest in the traditional Shinto religion.
THICK and a Shinto religious shrine after a volcano erupted in Japan, leaving 31 hikers dead and 45 missing.
He is the eldest son of the chief priest of Izumo-Taisha Grand Shrine, one of the most important and oldest Shinto shrines in Japan.
The meanings of Shinto, religion, and shrine all changed during that period, she says, and the only unchanging element was the actual physical location of the shrine in Tokyo.