Japanese Religious Traditions

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For undergraduate introductory-level courses in World Religions, Japanese Religions, Japanese Culture, East Asian Civilizations, Religion and Politics, and Women and Religion. Giving students insight into the heart of Japanese culture and religion, this introductory text offers a chronological narrative to Japanese religions by focusing on major religious and political figures. It contains an in-depth study of State Shinto and how it underwent ideological and political transfigurations through the times.