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1 Fudoki Fudoki is a general title given to a set of documents compiled in the Nara period according to a specific form and composition—a gazetteer composed of publicly reported documents. The title was likel
2 Jinjaengi This is a type of record dealing with the origins a shrine and of its connection with the deity enshrined at that shrine (saijin), and the relation of the festival surrounding that deity as well as s
3 Kogoshūi This work, in one volume, was produced and presented to the court by Inbe no Hironari on the thirteenth day of the second month of 807. Hironari was a member of the Inbe, who, along with the Nakatomi
4 Kojiki and Nihon shoki (Nihongi) Kiki is an abbreviation referring to Kojiki (often abbreviated as ki 記) and Nihon shoki (often abbreviated as 紀, and referred to as Nihongi), the two oldest extant historical records of Japan. During
5 Man'yōshū A poetic anthology of the Asuka and Nara eras. It is composed of twenty books and includes about four thousand five hundred poems. Man'yōshū is a collection of poetry and not a text that directly ref
6 Nakatominoharae This refers to the ritual invocations of the ōharae (great purification ritual) which was recited on the last day of the sixth and twelfth months by the Nakatomi clan and, thus, came to be abbreviate
7 Norito These are liturgies or incantations, words written in a particular script that are then read by the ritual performer at certain ceremonies or festivals involving the kami. In general the classificati
8 Sendaikujihonki A history in ten books arranged in chronological format, mainly centering around events from the beginning of the "age of the kami" down to the reign of Emperor Suiko, with other sections such as Kokuzō hongi
9 Senmyō This refers to edicts written down in a Japanese phonetic script. Originally this referred to the verbal proclamations of the emperor, but later this term came to specifically refer to the written re
10 Shinsen shōjiroku This is a record of the genealogy of the ancient families living in the capital (Heian-kyō) and the five inner provinces. It was compiled near the beginning of the Heian period. It is also known vari
11 Shinto and Literature Shintō and literature. There are many ways that Shintō and literature intersect, but among this confluence, the influence of legends in the records of the shrines (engi setsuwa) is considerable. There
12 Shintōkōshaku This is the act of expounding on the Shinto classics and Shinto doctrine to people in plain and easy to understand language, and thus educating and enlightening the masses. Shintō kōshaku is also occ
13 §An Overview of Shintō Texts and of Trends in Research Since the early modern period, the mainstream of Shintō studies has consisted largely of the analysis and explication of relevant texts. Those texts purported to record the essence of Shintō are refe