Shinto Religion is Japanese religion founded in Japan. Another word for Shinto is “Kami” which means mystical, divine, or superior. Shinto Religion is an action centered religion that believes in focusing in ritual practices. Shinto means the way of divine or superior. Spiritual essence is the major foundation of the Shinto. Shinto believes in the spiritual beings of nature, such as trees and geographical regions. Shinto religion practice harmony and believe that sprits in habits are a part ...view middle of the document...
Funerals of the Shinto’s are done Buddhist style.
“ EBISU” God of good fortune
"Ebisu" known as the God of good fortune & the God of fishermen. Also referred to as Deity of Honest Labor & Patron of Laborers, God of Fair Dealing, Maritime Tutelar, God over farmers, fishermen, and commerce, so he could be called the "businessman's God" To identify the Ebisu he can be seen holding a fishing pole, with a large sea bream attached under his arm. |
Directly after the arrival of Buddhist of Japan, Shinto became a distinct religion during the 6th Century A.D Shinto was disestablish after World War II and replaced by Jinja Shinto which is now is a representation of Shinto Shrines. Jinja this is a term for the rites and other activities performed by local communities or a kin community mainly for building the Jinja. Villagers prayed to the tutelary kami of the community for their peace and welfare and in which they promote unity among themselves with village of festivals
Shinto’s doesn’t believe in right and wrong amongst the people and nobody’s perfect.