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Shinto ecology in practice

Examples of Shinto ecology in action can be found listed in the Projects Overview section of this website. Or please use our search function, to see all the Shinto stories and project pages we have created.

Jinja Honcho (Association of Shinto Shrines) oversees 80,000 Shinto Shrines throughout Japan. The objectives of Jinja Honcho are: 1) administration, 2) preserve Shinto tradition and morality, 3) pray for prosperous Japan, 4) contribute to peace.


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