The "Kami" in Shintoism is the God or gods.
The Shinto kami include beings that cannot sensibly be called 'gods' or 'goddesses' in English, along with beings that can. In addition, the deities of Japan are not all Shinto; many are Buddhist.
Shinto has no writtings! Followers of Shinto believe in Kami! Kami (there equivalent to a god) are spirits that take the form of such things as rain, wind, rivers and mountains!
A Shintoist is a person who follows Shinto. Shinto is the traditional religion of Japan. Shinto is the praying to spirits also known as a kami. The word Shinto means "Shin" meaning kami in Chinese and "to" meaning a philisophical path or study.
The Shinto pray to spirits or kami that act like gods.
A kami is a divine being in the Shinto religion
Shinto sprits are called Kami which means soul or spirit in Japanese!
izanagi, Izanami, or Kami.
The Shinto religion has many Gods. They are called Kami. The sun goddess is known as Amaterasu-o-mi-kami who was born from Izanagi and Izanami the Gods who formed the island of Japan.
The religion Shinto comes from Japan! It is thought to be old as Japan itself! There are no founders of Shinto! They believe in something called Kami!
I think it is called Shinto not Shintoism. Shinto is the religion of Japan. It is polytheistic and the Kami are the spritis.
Shinto is not based on anybody on any body of religious law. Shinto belief revolves around "Kami" or deities. Kami can be related to natural forces, elements or animals. This all i know.
Kami are spirits or deities that surround us and are causes of natural occurances such as fertility. Kami are one of the primary beliefs of Shinto, the native religion to Japan.
"Kami" refers to gods and spirits. Shintoism is a faith that believes that there are many kami representing various aspects of the Earth and that these kami should be venerated.
Shinto, or the kami? Be more specific!
No, they are polytheistic because they worship many shrines or kami.
Shinto, a Japanese religion
She is the Shinto goddess of the sun, but also of the universe.
Shintos believe in Kami, which are spiritual powers in the natural world.
A Kannushi (Shinto Priest) - a keeper of a shrine.
The worship of multiple gods (aka polytheistic). The Shinto worship a number of spirits or kami that inhabit different parts of the world. Simple rites and prayers are used to encourage the kami to be helpful and not harmful.