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The Sun and the Storm: The Duality of the Japanese People

The Japanese are famously known to be a paradoxical people. Author Yukio Mishima stated that the Japanese consciousness is an uneasy yet necessary balance between elegance and brutality. 1,604 more words

Fukuoka - Day 1

My morning was crazy. Ended up being on the Tokyo subway line for the tail end of rush hour. I recommend never doing that. In fact, I got off at the first stop and waited for at least three trains to go by before I scoped out one that looked like there was room. 207 more words

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Most people in the UK do not know about Shintoism, and they must. It’s such an important religion.

Shintoism is a widely followed religion, followed much more than Sikhism or Judaism. 226 more words

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Religions the True God is not Involved in Need Rules that Bind People with

After the World War II, GHQ, General Headquarters of the Allied Forces, ascribed the “frantic” attack of Japanese Army to State Shinto. GHQ must’ve planned to destroy shinto shrines all over Japan. 469 more words


Our Parent Inari-Ōkamisama

Being a human in a modern society can often be a stressful and taxing endeavor. Our commitment to our work and social lives can result in very little time for ourselves and our relationships to kami. 999 more words