Basic Terms of Shinto 神道基本用語集

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Text A school of Japanese historical and Shinto studies founded by Tokugawa Mitsukuni (1628-1700) of the Mito clan, one of the three Tokugawa houses (together with the Kishû and Owari houses). The Mito school emphasized respect for the imperial court and for the Shinto deities. Representative works include Shintô shûsei (17 volumes), Dai Nihon jingi shi (23 volumes), and Jingi shiryô (17 volumes). Collections and studies of Fudoki and studies of the Kogo shûi were also made.