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...Revival, which occurred in the 18th century.
Shinto is a kind of nativist, animist religion that focuses largely on the worship of nature and combines elements of Buddhism and Confucianism. It had existed in Japan for perhaps more than... EDO PERIOD The Edo period saw dramatic changes in Japan as the country was unified under a series of powerful shoguns and daimyos. The country’s economy developed dramatically, a bureaucracy was put in place, and roads links distant communities and regions. The period was peaceful and prosperous. One of the reasons for this peace and prosperity was the cultural unity that prevailed during the period, and the most representative example of this was the Shinto Revival, ...