Yoshikawa Shinto
   Another name for the rigaku ('study of li, principle) Shinto, developed by Yoshikawa, Koretari (1616-1694). Koretari rejected the Buddhist elements in yui-itsu shinto and worked to synthesise Shinto and shushi Confucian thought.

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  • Yoshikawa (Kikkawa), Koretari — (1616 1694)    A yui itsu (Yoshida) Shinto leader of the early Edo period. Born a samurai and adopted into a merchant family, he showed no interest in business and retired to Kamakura at the age of thirty five to write poetry and study. Two years …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

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  • Yoshida-Shinto — Yoshida Shintō (jap. 吉田神道) oder Urabe Shintō ist eine Schule des Shintō, die von Yoshida Kanetomo (吉田兼倶; 1435–1511) in der zweiten Hälfte des 15. Jahrhunderts entwickelt und dann von seiner Familie weiter betrieben wurde. Yoshida Kanetomo nannte… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Yoshida-Shintō — (jap. 吉田神道) oder Urabe Shintō ist eine Schule des Shintō, die von Yoshida Kanetomo (吉田兼倶; 1435–1511) in der zweiten Hälfte des 15. Jahrhunderts entwickelt und dann von seiner Familie weiter betrieben wurde. Yoshida Kanetomo nannte den Yoshida… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kashima Shintō-ryū — infobox koryu nationality = Traditional Japanese martial art school = Kashima Shintō ryū (鹿島新当流) imagecaption = founder = Tsukahara Bokuden (塚原 卜伝) founder dates = c.1489 ndash;1571 period founded = Late Muromachi period date founded = c.1530… …   Wikipedia

  • Yoshida (or Urabe), Kanetomo — (1435 1511)    Shinto supremacist and founder of Yuiitsu Shinto, unique, peerless or unitarian Shinto, known also as Yoshida Shinto. Born into the 21 st generation of the Yoshida family (formerly called the Urabe, diviners and onmyo sha),… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Hagiwara, Kaneyori (or Kanetsugu) — (1588 1660)    An early Tokugawa period practitioner of Yoshida Shinto. Based in Kyoto, he was the teacher of Yoshikawa, Koretari and in 1656 initiated him into the secret himorogi iwasaka initiation, appointing him successor in the Yoshida… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Tsutsushimi —    An attitude of discreet, scrupulous and circumspect propriety, to be adopted especially when serving superiors including the kami. It was prescribed by Yoshikawa, Koretari, and by his disciple Yamazaki, Ansai in the teachings of what came to… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

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