Jinja Shintô

大分類Basic Terms of Shinto 神道基本用語集
分野分類 CB宗教学・神道学
文化財分類 CB学術データベース
資料形式 CBテキストデータベース
+項目神社神道
+TermsJinja Shintô
テキスト内容Shrine Shinto. The traditional religious practices carried on in shrines throughout Japan's history, as well as the attitudes toward life which support these practices. At the core of this religion exists a reverent religious experience which has prevailed from antiquity and which leads Japanese believers to experience the will and activity of the gods through various events of everyday life. Shrine Shinto claims no founder, but through the interpretation of classical mythology and the re-evaluation of folk ways, it is gradually organizing its own theology. The politico-theoretical side of Jinja Shintô is called Kokka Shintô or State Shinto. At present there are in Japan some 80,000 shrines, of which some 97 percent belong to the Jinja Honchô.
+BTS辞書ページURLhttps://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/bts/detail/?id=3768
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-119392009/02/19Administrator00BTS000119神社神道Jinja ShintôShrine Shinto. The traditional religious practices carried on in shrines throughout Japan's history, as well as the attitudes toward life which support these practices. At the core of this religion exists a reverent religious experience which has prevailed from antiquity and which leads Japanese believers to experience the will and activity of the gods through various events of everyday life. Shrine Shinto claims no founder, but through the interpretation of classical mythology and the re-evaluation of folk ways, it is gradually organizing its own theology. The politico-theoretical side of Jinja Shintô is called Kokka Shintô or State Shinto. At present there are in Japan some 80,000 shrines, of which some 97 percent belong to the Jinja Honchô.119神社神道Jinja ShintôJ01

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