Table of contents for Introducing Japanese religion / Robert Ellwood.

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PREFACE
Map of Japan
1. Encountering the Japanese Religious World: Introduction
2. The Past in the Present: A Survey of Japanese Religions, Starting at Ise and Nara
3. The Way of the Kami: Shinto Then and Now
Interlude: Introduction to Buddhism
4. Early Times: Pre-Buddhist Japan and How Buddhism Arrived
5. Magic Mountains and the Old Court: Heian Buddhism and its Culture
6. Warrior Culture, Simple Faith: The Kamakura Buddhist Reformation
7. Swords and Satori: Zen and its Culture
8. Christ and Confucius: The West Arrives, and then Japan Turns Inward
9. The Rising Sun and the Dark Valley: The Meiji Restoration through 1945
10. Chanting and Dancing: The ¿New Religions¿ of Japan
11. Pilgrimages: Religion in Japan Today 
Appendix: Memberships in Japanese Religious Organizations
Timeline
 	
NOTES
INDEX AND GLOSSARY

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Japan -- Religion.