shiyakujin no hokora
A Book of Little Traditions
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Bibliography – 09 / 14 / 2019
English/Japanese Dictionaries (free)

    Browser Addon
        rikaichan
            – polarcloud.com/rikaichan/

    Computer Based
        Tagaini Jisho
            – tagaini.net

    Online
        Denshi Jisho
            – jisho.org
        Rômaji Desu
            – romajidesu.com
        Tangorin
            – tangorin.com

shintô and NEO-shintô
    The A to Z of Shinto
        – Stuart D. B. Picken
    The Essence of Shinto: Japan's Spiritual Heart
        – Motohisa Yamakage
    Figured Worlds: Ontological Obstacles in Intercultural Relations: chapter 3 - The Politics of Animism
        – John Clammer
    Handbook of Japanese Mythology
        – Michael Ashkenazi
    A History of Japanese Religion
        – edited by Kazuo Kasahara
    Japan Before Perry: A Short History
        – Conrad Totman
    Japanese Architecture & Art Net Users System
        – aisf.or.jp
    Japanese Mythology
        – Juliet Piggott
    Japanese Religion: Unity and Diversity
        – H. Byron Earhart
    Japanese Religions At Home and Abroad: Anthropological Perspectives
        – Hirochika Nakamaki
    Jinja Honcho
        jinjahoncho.or.jp
    Kokugakuin University's Encylopedia of Shinto
        – eos.kokugakuin.ac.jp (old site)
    Kokugakuin University's Encylopedia of Shinto
        – k-amc.kokugakuin.ac.jp (new site)
    Mountain Mandalas: Shugendô in Kyushu
        – Allan G. Grapard
    A New History of Shinto
        – John Breen and Mark Teeuwen
    The Origin of Modern Shinto in Japan: The Vanquished Gods of Izumo
        – Yijiang Zhong
    Religions of Japan: Many Traditions Within One Sacred Way
        – H. Byron Earhart
    Sacred Cedar Shrine
        – sacredcedarshrine.org/
    Shinto: the Kami Way
        – Sokyo Ono
    Shinto: the Way Home
        – Thomas P. Kasulis
    Shinto and Japanese Religion
        – sacred-texts.com
    Shinto - a Philosophical Introduction
        – nihonbunka.com/shinto/index.html
    Shintô Guidebook
        – onmarkproductions.com
    Shinto Meditations for Revering the Earth
        – Stuart D. B. Picken
    Shinto, Nature and Ideology in Contemporay Japan: Making Sacred Forests
        – Aike P. Rotts
    Shinto Norito: A Book of Prayers
        – Ann Llewellyn Evans
    Shinto Shrines: A Guide to the Sacred Sites of Japan's Ancient Religion
        – Joseph Cali with John Dougill
    Sources of Japanese Tradition Volume One: From Earliest Times to 1600
        – compliled by Wm. Theodore de Bary, Donals Keene, George Tanabe, and Paul Varley
    Tokugawa Religion: The Cultural Roots of Modern Japan
        – Robert Bellah
    Tsubaki Gran Shrine of America
        – tsubakishrine.org
    Wikipedia Glossary of Shinto
        – en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_Shinto
    A Year in the Life of a Shinto Shrine
        – John K. Nelson

Characteristics of shintô

    butsu (Buddhism)
        Buddhism
            – sacred-texts.com
        GODS of Japan, A-to-Z Photo Dictionary of Japanese Buddhism
            – onmarkproductions.com
        Handbook of Japanese Mythology
            – Michael Ashkenazi
        A History of Japanese Religion
            – edited by Kazuo Kasahara
        Japan Before Perry: A Short History
            – Conrad Totman
        Japanese Architecture & Art Net Users System
            – aisf.or.jp
        Japanese Mythology
            – Juliet Piggott
        Japanese Religion: Unity and Diversity
            – H. Byron Earhart
        The Little Book of Zen
            – Edited by Manuela Dunn Mascetti
        Mountain Mandalas: Shugendô in Kyushu
            – Allan G. Grapard
        A Primer of Sōtō Zen
            A translation of Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Zuimonki
            – by Reihō Masunaga
        Religions of Japan: Many Traditions Within One Sacred Way
            – H. Byron Earhart
        The Shambhalla Dictionary of Buddhism and Zen
            – translated by Michael H. Kohn
        Sources of Japanese Tradition Volume One: From Earliest Times to 1600
            – compliled by Wm. Theodore de Bary, Donals Keene, George Tanabe, and Paul Varley
        Tokugawa Religion: The Cultural Roots of Modern Japan
            – Robert Bellah
        Unsui: A Diary of Zen Monastic Life
            – Drawings by Giei Satô, Text by Eshin Nishimura, Edited by Bardwell L. Smith
        Zen and Japanese Culture
            – Daisetz T. Suzuki
        Zen Buddhism
            Selected writings of Daisetz T. Suzuki
            – edited by William Barrett
        Zen Dawn: Early Zen Texts from Tun Huang
            – translated by J. C. Cleary
        The Zen Doctrine of No Mind
            – Daisetz T. Suzuki
        The Zen Teaching of Hiu Hai on Sudden Illumination
            – translated by John Blofeld
        The Zen Teachings of Master Lin-chi
            – translated by Burton Watson
        A Zen Wave: Basho's Haiku & Zen
            – Robert Aitken
 
    dôkyô (Daoism | Taoism)
        The Essential Chuang Tzu
            – translated & edited by Sam Hamill & J. P. Seaton
        Lao-Tzu: "My words are very easy to understand."
            Lectures on the Tao Teh Ching by Man-jin Cheng
            – translated by Tan C. Gibbs
        Lao-tzu's Taoteching
            – translated by Red Pine
        Lao Tzu: Tao Te Ching: A Book About the Way and the Power of the Way
            – Ursula K. Le Guin
        Practical Feng Shui Astrology
            – Simon Brown
        The T'ai Hsüan Ching: The Hidden Classic: A Lost Companion of the I Ching
            Reconstructed and Translated by Derek Walters–
        Taoism
            – sacred-texts.com
        Taoism: The Road to Immortality
            – John Blofeld
        Taoism & Taoist Philosophy in Japanese Art and Culture
            – onmarkproductions.com
        Tao Te Ching: The Definitive Edition
            – Lao Tzu / translated by Jonathan Star

    jukyô (Confucianism)
        Confucianism and Traditional Chinese Beliefs
            – sacred-texts.com

Japanese Culture
    Japanese Architecture & Art Net Users System
        – aisf.or.jp
    Key Aspects of Japan
        – japanlink.co.jp
    Kodo: The Way of Incense
        – David Pybus
    Mad in Translation: A thousand years of kyôka, comic Japanese poetry in the classic waka mode.
        – robin d. gill
    Ninja Attack: True Tales of Assassins, Samuri, and Outlaws
        – Hiroko Yoda & Matt Alt
    The Samurai and the Sacred
        – Stephen Turnbull
    Sources of Japanese Tradition Volume One: From Earliest Times to 1600
        – compliled by Wm. Theodore de Bary, Donals Keene, George Tanabe, and Paul Varley
    The sumi-e book
        – Yolanda Mayhall
    The Tea Ceremony
        – Sen'ô Tanaka
    The Temari Book: Techniques and Patterns for Making Japanese Thread Balls
        – Anna Diamond

minzoku shintô

    Folklore
        The Dark Side of Japan: Ancient Black Magic, Folklore, Ritual
            – Anthony Cummins
        Japanese Folklore Data Base
            – isc.senshu-u.ac.jp/~thb0309/MinwaDB/IndexMinwaDB.html
        Japanese Tales
            – translated & edited by Royall Tyler
        Tales of Old Japan
            – A. B. Mitford

    yokai and yurei
        The Book of Yôkai: Mysterious Creatures of Japanese Folklore
            – Michael Dylan Foster
        The Hour of Meeting Evil Spirits: an Encyclopedia of Mononoke and Magic
            – Matthew Meyer
        Japanese Ghosts & Demons: Art of the Supernatural
            – edited by Stephen Addiss
        Japandemonium Illustrated: The Yokai Encyclopedias of Toriyama Sekien
            – Translated and Annotated by Hiroko Yoda & Matt Alt
        The Night Parade of One Hundred Demons: a Field Guide to Japanese Yôkai
            – Matthew Meyer
        Pandemonium and Parade: Japanese Monsters and the Culture of Yôkai
            – Michael Dylan Foster
        Yokai Attack! The Japanese Monster Survival Guide
            – Hiroko Yoda & Matt Alt
        Yokai Character Collection
            – Michael Goldstein, Illustrated by Chip Boles
        Yûurei: The Japanese Ghost
            – Zack Davisson
        Yûrei Attack! The Japanese Ghost Survival Guide
            – Hiroko Yoda & Matt Alt
				

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