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Researching Japanese Religions on the Web (2) – Shintō and Folk Religion

The second part of my on-going, barely organized link dump on the online study of Japanese religions concerns itself with Shintō and folk religion. If you aren’t yet familiar with Japanese religion and its study on the web, I recommend you check out the first part first, where I have attempted to provide a basic guide. If you feel ready for more, read on below the fold…

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Researching Japanese Religions on the Web (1) – General

Where to start? I’ve been collecting links to web sites on Japanese religions for quite some time now, mostly while doing research for my thesis. With this five-part series series of posts, I’ll try to put them in some sort of order. This first post in the series will just give you some links to sites that deal with Japanese religion(s) in general. The rest of the posts will follow the pattern of Shintō and Folk Religion – Buddhism – Christianity – shinshūkyō (New Religions), which seems to be the norm with most printed standard works on the subject.

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