- Tanritsu jinja
- 'Individually-established shrine'. A postwar category of shrine, referred to also as a tanritsu shukyo dantai or 'independent religious body'. It means that the shrine, usually because it is important enough to be self-supporting and self-governing, is affiliated neither with the countrywide Jinja Honcho nor with other smaller shrine networks such as the Jinja Honkyo in Kyoto. Examples of tanritsu shrines include the Yasukuni jinja, Fushimi Inari taisha and Omiwa taisha.
A Popular Dictionary of Shinto. Brian Bocking.