Shintoism is a religion that is endemic to JAPAN.
How was Shintoism started? How was Shintoism started?
There is no founder for Shintoism
Shintoism is the major religion in Japan.
Shintoism (Shinto) is a religion.
Shintoism is Japanese and Confucianism is Chinese....that simple....
shintoism is an ethnic religion
The Halawali is the key text of Shintoism.
Shintoism is a religion only and it dose have a leader
Shintoism is a spiritual practice in Japan
A follower of Shintoism is called a Shintoist.
Shintoism people worship at shrines I think
Shintoism became Japan's main religion before.
The Romans did not have any contacts with Shintoism
The most important god in Shintoism is the Sun Goddess Amaterasu.
Shintoism started in eastern japan and then spread out to the middle east. Shintoism is the oldest surviving Japanese religion. It came even before Buddhism.
Shintoism is an ancient philosophical religion in Japan. Some social issues in Shintoism are: its lack a clear chain of identity and a lack of centralization.
the religion shintoism has approximately 2.7 million people that follow
Shintoism and Sikhism were both founded in the continent of Asia.
Shintoism is a animistic religion heavily based around spirits and animals.
Yes. In Shintoism and ancient Shintoism, there's a god for everything.
If you are talking simply of Shintoism, there have never been any holy writings.
Shintoism has no written texts. Followers just worship kami, which are like gods
shintoism began around 712 B.C. it started out in japan with the kojiki of 712.
Japan is really the only country with a good number of people practicing Shintoism.
No Shintoism is polytheistic. They worship many gods. Each has there own shrine in which to worship them. poly
The symbol of shintoism represents the ancient religion of Japan. It symbolizes the past of the Japan religion.
Shintoism emerged in I think the 1500's and was emerged in Japan by the surpreme rulers of the Hideyoshi emperors
There is no real founder of Shintoism. Some people say it dates back to when Japan was first founded.
There are no rules no shintoism. There maybe teachings, but these are passed down from generation to generation. Shintoism is a very flexible religion, so strict organized rules arent needed. Hope This Helps!
In reality, Shintoism has little or no hierarchy. There is much respect for elders and abbots at monasteries, but the faith is mostly lateral in nature.
They all are religions, but they believe in different gods. Taoism and Confucianism------ China Shintoism------ Japan
The importance of Emperor Meiji on Shintoism was tradition and education. Emperor Meiji has very little power.
Shintoism is an Ancient Religion in Japan. The farmers in Japan who worshipped Shintoism believed in Kami(spirits) who inhabited everything around them. This helped the farmers understand where to farm and where not to farm so they wouldn't disturb the spirits and mak them angry.
Japan is the only country (that I know of) that practices Shintoism, although it is not considered the official religion in Japan, it is the traditional/native religion.
Shintoism begun in the year 500 BC in Japan. Shintoism had no specific founder but it eventually became the official religion of Japan.
There really isn't a specific holy book of Shintoism. There are several different important texts such as the Kojiki or Nihongi, however.
No. Shintoism is a widespread Japanese polytheistic religion. Judaism is the monotheistic religion of the Jews, a Semitic group who originated in the Middle East.
Shintoism is a Japanese religion that dates back to about 1000 BCE. The major laws are that spiritual powers exist in the natural world and that spirits called kami live in all natural places. The followers of Shintoism pray to and make offerings to the kami.
Shintoism does not have one main god. It has over 8 million different kamis (spiritual beings that exist in animals, plants, nature, etc). A large majority of Japanese people worship Amaterasu as the "main" kami of Shintoism. Amaterasu is the goddess of the sun.
Japan, it is the major religion there
They believe in many Gods
Prince Shutoku of Japan
the nihongi and the kojiki
the ainu culture :) Eliot
Shintoism is a religion located in Japan and related to Buddhism. Shintoism focuses particularly on nature and ancestor worship. Source: Human Geography: People, Place and Culture Eighth Edition H.J. De Blij, Alexander B. Murphy, and Erin H. Fouberg
The person who deleted the first (and good) answer, and then wrote over it about Christianity, is ignorant. Here is a good website to find information on Shintoism: http://www.religioustolerance.org/shinto.htm
Shintoism is a Japanese religion. Nowadays Asian religions are spread all over the world, but it does come from Japan, and over 95% of Shintoists are Japanese.
Shinto is one of the oldest known religions in Japan. Shintoism would be like saying Christianity or Muslim. It refers to the Shinto faith as a whole.
NO. Shintoism is an indigenous Japanese faith. All other major faiths and philosophies in Japan, such as Confucianism and Buddhism, however, did come from China.