Basic Terms of Shinto 神道基本用語集 - Differences from Reprinted Edition

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Bon matsuri 3 Bon Matsuri Bon matsuri
Haru matsuri 14 Haru Matsuri Haru matsuri
Toshigoi no Matsuri Toshigoi no Matsuri
Hi matsuri 15 Hi Matsuri Hi matsuri
Izanagi no mikoto and Izanami no mikoto 20 and become the gods of the earth and became the gods of the earth
Jichinsai 21 Ji Matsuri Ji matsuri
Ji matsuri 21 Ji Matsuri Ji matsuri
Jingikan 22 saisei-itchi saisei itchi
Kaijin matsuri 25 Kaijin Matsuri Kaijin matsuri
Kami 26 Motoori Norinaga interpreted the world Motoori Norinaga interpreted the world
in the laudatory tgerm in the laudatory term
in heaven (Takama no Hara) in heaven (Takama no Hara)
Kamo no Mabuchi 27 Manyôshû Man'yôshû
Kanmuri 27 ikan* ikan
Kannamesai 28 Aki Matsuri Aki matsuri
Kojiki 31 Empress Suiko (r. 593-623) Empress Suiko (r. 593-628)
Kokugakuin Daigaku 32 Koten Kôkyûsho Kôten Kôkyûsho
Man'yôshû 35 Manyôshû Man'yôshû
Matsuri 36 and are followed a communion feast and are followed by a communion feast
Motoori, Norinaga 40 the movement known as Kokugaku. the movement known as Restoration Shinto (Fukko Shintô).
Naobi no mi-tama* Naobi no mi-tama
Natsu matsuri 41 unexpected such as unexpected disasters such as
Norito 42 in an an ancient style in an ancient style
43 and subject of the prayer, and the subject of the prayer;
Ônie no Matsuri 45 Ônie no matsuri Ônie no Matsuri
Dai josai Daijôsai
On-sashiha 45 a sedge-curtain. a sedge-reed curtain.
O-tabisho 46 Otabisho O-tabisho
otabisho o-tabisho
O-watari 46 Owatari O-watari
Ritsuryô 47 Omiryô Ômiryô
Emperor Mombu Emperor Mommu
Sanja Matsuri 50 (arranged after Sannô Matsuri) (arranged after Sanbô)
Sengû 51 and way have been rebuilt and may have been rebuilt
Shagô 52 Shago Shagô
Shikinen sengû 53 The Kasuga Taisha in rebuilt The Kasuga Taisha in Nara is rebuilt
Shingon Shintô 55 taizôkai Taizôkai
56 Dainichi Nyôrai Dainichi Nyorai
Shintaizan 58 Omiwa Jinja Ômiwa Jinja
Shinten 59 minkan Shintô* minkan Shintô
Manyôshû Man'yôshû
Shinzen kekkon 60 as it gradually became more and common as it gradually became more and more common
Shubatsu 62 Shûbatsu Shubatsu
Suiga Shintô 62 Yamazaki Ansai Yamazaki Ansai
living persons. living persons,
Taisha-zukuri 64 in the honden is the honden
Takama no Hara 64 in a religious sense, in a religious sense.
Tama matsuri 65 Tama Matsuri Tama matsuri
Tanritsu jinja 66 in not large is not large
Tenjin 67 See also Tenjin matsuri. See also Tenjin Matsuri.
Tennô Matsuri 67 The Tenno matsuri The Tennô Matsuri
in a famous example is a famous example
Tôka 68 A tôka festival in still held A tôka festival is still held
Tori-mono 68 mitegura (sacred offerings) mitegura (sacred offerings)
Toshigoi no Matsuri 70 Haru Matsuri Haru matsuri
Toyoashihara no Mizuho no Kuni 70 Land where Land Where
Tsumi 70 Susanoo no mikoto Susanoo no mikoto
Ubusuna no kami 71 Ubusuna no Kami Ubusuna no kami
Wakamiya 73 gôbunrei go-bunrei
Yama no kami 74 Ôyamatsumi mikoto Ôyamatsumi no mikoto
Yôhai 75 yohaijo yôhaijo
Yoshida Shintô 75 the academic schools of Shintô. the academic schools of Shinto.
76 Elemental Shintô Elemental Shinto
Urabe Shinto Urabe Shintô
and sees kami and also sees kami