Japanese Mythology A to Z

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Infobase Publishing, 2009 - Electronic books - 163 pages
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In a world thought to have been created--and nearly destroyed--by the primordial gods Izanagi and Izanami, mythic heroes battled ferocious dragons and giant spiders, while ordinary bamboo cutters and farmers made unexpected contact with the supernatural. Japanese Mythology A to Z, Second Edition is a valuable, colorful reference for anyone with an interest in mythology or Japanese culture.Coverage includes:

  

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User Review  - Poisoned Swallow - Borders

There are better books out there regarding this topic. I'd suggest passing on purchasing this title, its a better in-house read at your local library. Good for a quick reference but by no means an in depth resource. Read full review

Contents

Major Shinto Gods and Goddesses
130
Major Buddhist Deities
132
Selected Bibliography
133

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2009)

Jeremy Roberts (cowriter) has written on a variety of subjects. His nonfiction work includes biographies of Mussolini and Joan of Arc for A&E Books.

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