Everything Japanese Encyclopedia::Religion in Japan
After 1662 entries, the Everything Japanese Encyclopedia became too big to fit in a single volume.
After much deliberation, it was decided that the EJE would be broken up into separate tomes; this is one of those.
This portion of the EJE is devoted to the various religions that are and have been practiced in Japan.
Religiously significant nihonjin can also be found here.
If, during your wanderings through the nodegel, you spot a node that has been overlooked by the watchful eyes of the Encyclopedists, drop me a /msg.
Religion in Japan
Zen Meal Chant: Gokan-no-ge
Pilgrimage to the 88 Sacred Places of Shikoku
Shikin Haramitsu Daikomyo
The Shinto Kami of Japan
Why Christianity Never Caught On in Japan