Shinto, a Short History

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‘Abbreviated Record of the Essentials of the Mountain lineage’ (Sanke yōryakki)75 , 89
Abe no Seimei 98
abhiseka (Skt. ) see kanjō (ritual initiation)
accession 37 , 55 , 66 ;
see also enthronement
Adachi 182
administrative law (Ryō) 36
‘Age of Man’ 31
‘Age of the Gods’ 28 , 31 , 90 , 133-4 , 137 , 147 , 149
agricultural rites see rites
agriculture 46 , 171 ;
see also rice cultivation
Ajiki Tenkai 190
Akagi Tadaharu 182
Aki province 135
Akita 153
Akyū-bō Sokuden 97
‘All under Heaven’, see tenka
amalgamation of Buddhism and Shinto:
amalgamated Shinto (shūgō shintō) 68 ;
amalgamation of kami cults and Buddhism (shinbutsu shūgō) 11,63-4 , 67-72 , 110 , 149 ;
kami as emanations of Buddhist divinitites 72-8 ;
shinbutsu hanzenrei (policy of clarification of kami and Buddhas) 163
amalgamation of Buddhism and Confucianism in Korea 7
amalgamation of Buddhism and Taoism in China 7
Amano Sadakage 147
Amaterasu (Sun Goddess) 13 , 14 , 31 , 56 , 58 , 81 , 82 , 84 , 86 , 90 , 94 , 112 , 134 , 149 , 189 , 190 ;
‘death and rebirth’ 31 ;
divine decree (shinchoku) 32 , 34 , 35 , 57 ;
move to Ise 20 ;
see also‘Guidelines for Rituals Focusing on Amaterasu’
Ame no iwato kanjō (‘Cave in Heaven Initiation’) 91-2
Ame no Koyane 40 , 54 , 90 , 112 , 134
Ame no Minakanushi 86
Ame no Uzume 40
Amidagamine 116
Amida Nyorai 75 ;
Amida’s name (nenbutsu) 93 ;
Amida trinity 75
Analects of Confucius 129
ancestor worship 7-10 , 54 , 56-7 , 121 , 154 ;
in Japan compared to China and Korea 9
ancestral deities 35 , 54 , 56 , 126
ancestral rites 121-2 , 128 , 157
Ancient Learning see kogaku
Ancient Learning faction see kogakuha
‘Ancient Tales’ (kuji) 27
angry spirits (goryō) 65 , 76-8 , 104 ;
goryōe ceremony 78 ;
see also malevolent spirits, revengeful spirits (onryō)
animals 100 ;
see also hōjōe
animism 7 , 14
Annen 89
annual rites 161 , 193
Ansai see Yamazaki Ansai
anthropomorphism 130 ;
see also human-like deities
anti-Buddhism 109 , 129 , 143 , 154 ;
see also haibutsu kishaku
anti-foreignism 155
An’yōji lineage 87 , 103
Aoki Nagahiro 125
Aoyama cemetary 139
Arakida Hisaoyu 151
Arakida lineage 88
archaeology 15
aristocracy 55 , 58 , 82 , 90 , 96
Asahi Shinmei shrine 125
Asake district 35
Asakusa area 125
Asami Keisai 135 , 147
ascetic practices 112 , 186
ascetics 178
Ashikaga 115
Ashikaga Academy 10
Ashikaga Yoshimasa 111 , 114
assorted rites 172
Atobe Yoshiakira 135 , 137
Atsuta shrine 174
auspicious directions (ehō) 142
Avalokiteśvara (Skt. ) see Kannon
Awaji 77
Awa province 178
Azumamaro see Kada no Azumamaro

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contributors vii
  • Translators' Introduction ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Ancient and Classical Japan 12
  • 2 - The Medieval Period 63
  • Notes 102
  • 3 - The Early Modern Period 108
  • 4 - The Modern Age 159
  • Selected Reading 198
  • Index 204
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