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It depends on how you count it. Most Japanese (roughly 80% of the 135 million population -- 108 million) are Shintoists in name, but rarely pray and only visit a Shinto Shrine once or twice a year (usually for New Year festivals).

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Around the 4 million mark according to Adherents.com

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