Japanese Mythology (Mythology Around the World)

Japanese Mythology Mythology Around the World People told Shinto myths for centuries before they were written down When they were documented they were written for the emperor at his command In this fascinating book readers learn about the heav

  • Title: Japanese Mythology (Mythology Around the World)
  • Author: Judith Levin
  • ISBN: 9781404207356
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Library Binding
  • People told Shinto myths for centuries before they were written down When they were documented, they were written for the emperor, at his command In this fascinating book, readers learn about the heavenly deities and Buddhist gods, and the myths about the birth of the sun and moon Shinto gods and demons are described, and readers discover how the ancient traditions of SPeople told Shinto myths for centuries before they were written down When they were documented, they were written for the emperor, at his command In this fascinating book, readers learn about the heavenly deities and Buddhist gods, and the myths about the birth of the sun and moon Shinto gods and demons are described, and readers discover how the ancient traditions of Shintoism and Buddhism have influenced Japanese customs today Clearly written, the narrative explains complex myths in a way that middle school readers can understand and enjoy.

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    • This book was actually rather disappointing. Only about half of it was actually about Japan. It doesn't go into much details of popular Kami - which is what I was hoping for.


    • This is terrible. The overall tone is condescending, disrespectful, and patronizing of Japan. The 1st part is more historical than mythological. I will not continue to read this biased book that is negative and hints at making fun of another's beliefs. Mythology is special, magical, and fun. I wanted to learn about the myths, legends, and culture of japan; not read a commentary on how ridiculous it is to have any beliefs. This book is intended for children Is the author trying to teach intoleran [...]


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