Shinto is the native religious tradition of Japan. I think it's easy to see visual signs of it throughout Japan, from the shrines (jinja) to the gates (torii). But what I was interested in finding out was what Shinto practices can be found in everyday Japanese life that aren't so visually obvious. To help me answer my curiosity, I asked my local Shinto expert and naturalized Japanese, David Chart.
If you want to learn more, I highly recommend checking out David's Patreon and website.
→ David's Shinto Patreon https://www.patreon.com/mimusubi/ → David's Shinto Site https://www.mimusubi.com/
See the first video I made with David Chart that has an introduction to Shinto https://youtu.be/htxVoNBd5do
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