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Earhart, H. Byron 1969
Japanese religion: unity and diversity. Belmont, Calif.: Dickenson 1969.
Eberhard, Wolfram 1996
Lexikon chinesischer Symbole: die Bildsprache der Chinesen. München: Diederichs 1996.
Eckart, Otto 2006
Moses: Geschichte und Legende. München: C.H. Beck 2006.
Eder, Matthias 1951
„Figürliche Darstellungen in der japanischen Volksreligion.“ Folklore Studies 10/2 (1951), S. 197-280. (Exzerpt.)
Eder, Matthias 1958
„Schamanismus in Japan.“ Paideuma Mitteilungen zur Kulturkunde Bd.4 7/5 (1958), S. 367-380.
Eder, Matthias 1978
„Geschichte der japanischen Religion: Band 1: Die alte Landesreligion.“ In: Matthias Eder (Hg.), Asian Folklore Studies Monograph 7/1. 1978.
Eder, Matthias 1978
„Geschichte der japanischen Religion.: Band 2: Japan mit und unter dem Buddhismus.“ In: Matthias Eder (Hg.), Asian Folklore Studies Monograph 7/2. 1978.
Egami Namio 1978
The beginnings of Japanese art. (The Heibonsha survey of Japanese art.) New York: Weatherhill 1978.
Eguchi, Shigeyuki 1991
„Between folk concepts of illness and psychiatric diagnosis: Kitsune-tsuki (fox possession) in a mountain village of Western Japan.“ Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 15/4 (1991), S. 421-451. (Exzerpt.)
Ehrich, Kurt S. 1991
Shichifukujin - Die sieben Glücksgötter Japans: Ein Versuch über Genesis und Bedeutung volkstümlicher ostasiatischer Gottheiten. Recklingshausen: Aurel Bongers 1991. (Exzerpt; das verlinkte PDF beinhaltet den Abschnitt über Fukurokuju..)
Eisenhofer-Halim, Hannelor 1995
Dōshō: Leben und Wirken eines japanischen Buddhisten vor dem Hintergrund der chinesisch-japanischen Beziehungen im 7. Jh. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang 1995.
Eliasberg, Danielle 1976
„Le Roman du pourfendeur de demons: Traduction annotée et commentaires.“ Annuaires de l'École pratique des hautes études, vol. 107, no. 1 (1976), S. 1047–1049.
Ellis, Richard 2005
Tiger bone & rhino horn: the destruction of wildlife for traditional Chinese medicine. Washington: Island Press 2005. (Exzerpt.)
Ellwood, Robert S. 1968
„Harvest and renewal at the Grand Shrine of Ise.“ Numen 15/3 (1968), S. 165-190.
Ellwood, Robert S. 1990
„The Sujin religious revolution.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 17/2-3 (1990), S. 199-217.
Ellwood, Robert S. 1993
„A Japanese mythic trickster figure: Susa-no-o.“ In: William J. Hynes und William G. Doty (Hg.), Mythical trickster figures. Contours, contexts and criticism. M. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press 1993, S. 141-158.
Embree, John F. 1939
„Notes on the Indian god Gavagrīva (Godzu Tennō) in contemporary Japan.“ Journal of the American Oriental Society 59/1 (1939), S. 67-70.
Endō, Motoo 2019
Goshirakawa Jōkō, chūsei o maneita kimyō na anshu. Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppan 2019.
English, Elizabeth 2002
Vajrayoginī - her visualizations, rituals & forms: A study of the cult of Vajrayoginī in India. Boston: Wisdom Publications 2002.
Ennin, Kiroku Adachi 足立喜六; Mitarb. Ryōdō Shioiri 塩入良道 (Ü.) 1984
Nittō guhō junrei gyōki: 1. 入唐求法巡礼行記. Tōkyō: Heibonsha 1984.
Ennin, Kiroku Adachi 足立喜六; Mitarb. Ryōdō Shioiri 塩入良道 (Ü.) 1985
Nittō guhō junrei gyōki. Tōkyō: Heibonsha 1985.
Entenmann, Robert 2010
„Women religious leaders in Japan's christian century, 1549-1650.“ Church History 79/4 (2010), S. 926-929.
Era, Hiroshi 1989
„Ogata Koreyoshi.“ In: Kokushi daijiten kenshuu iinkai (Hg.), Kokushi daijiten Bd. 2. Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1989, S. 741.
Essen, Gerd-Wolfgang 1989
Die Götter des Himalaya: Buddhistische Kunst Tibets. (Systematischer Bestandskatalog.) München: Prestel 1989.
Etter, Carl 1949
Ainu folklore: traditions and culture of the vanishing aborigines of Japan. U.S.A: Wilcox and Follett Company 1949.
Evola, Julius 1991
Eros and the mysteries of love: The metaphysics of sex. Vermont: Inner Traditions International 1991.
Failla, Donatella 2006
„The god of wealth in western garb: Kawanabe Kyōsai's portrait of Edoardo Chiossone as Daikokuten.“ Monumenta Nipponica 61/2 (2006), S. 193-218.
Fairchild, William P. 1962
„Shamanism in Japan.“ Folklore Studies 21 (1962), S. 1-123.
Farkas, János, Tibor Szabó 2002
Die Bilderwelt der tibetisch-mongolischen Dämonen. Budapest: Mandala & Librotrade 2002.
Farris, William Wayne 1985
Population, disease and land in early Japan, 645-900. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Pr. 1985.
Farris, William 1992
Heavenly warriors: the evolution of Japan's military, 500 - 1300. Cambridge: Harvard University Press 1992.
Farris, William Wayne 1993
„Diseases of the premodern period in Japan.“ In: Kenneth F. Kiple (Hg.), The Cambridge world history of human disease. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1993, S. 376–385. (Exzerpt.)
Farris, William Wayne 2006
Japan's medieval population: Famine, fertility, and warfare in a transformative age. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2006. (Exzerpt.)
Farris, William Wayne 2009
Daily life and demographics in ancient Japan. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan 2009.
Faure, Bernard 1998
The red thread: Buddhist approaches to sexuality. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press 1998.
Faure, Bernard 2000
Visions of power: Imagening medieval Japanese Buddhism. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP 2000.
Faure, Bernard 2012
„A religion in search of a founder?“ Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 21 (2012), S. 1-19.
Faure, Bernard 2014
„Indic influences on Chinese mythology: King Yama and his acolytes as gods of destiny.“ In: John Kieschnick, Meir Shahar, (Hg.), India in the Chinese Imagination: Myth, Religion, and Thought. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 2014, S. 46–60.
Feng, Yibin, Kayu Siu, Ning Wang, Kwan-Ming Ng, Sai-Wah Tsao, Tadashi Nagamatsu und Yao Tong 2009
„Bear bile: Dilemma of traditional medicinal use and animal protection.“ Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine, 2009-01-12, Vol.5 (1) (2009), S. 1-9.
Fessler, Susanna 1996
„The nature of the kami: Ueda Akinari and Tandai shoshin roku.“ Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 51, No. 1 (1996), S. 1-15.
Fichtberger, Victoria 2021
„Der Ursprung der Seuchengottheit Gozu Tennō.“ In: Bernhard Scheid (Hg.), Kamigraphie. Universität Wien 2021.
Fitzgerald, James L. 1975
The Mahābhārata volume two: The book of the assembly hall - the bok of the forest. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press 1975.
Florenz, Karl 1900
„Ancient Japanese rituals: Part IV.“ Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan XXVII (1900), S. 1-112.
Florenz, Karl (Ü.) 1901
Nihongi: Japanische Mythologie. (Mittheilungen d. Dt. Ges. f. Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens, IV.) Tokyo: Hobunsha 1901. (Ü. von Nihon shoki, Götterzeitalter nebst Auszügen aus Kojiki und fudoki.)
Florenz, Karl 1906
Geschichte der japanischen Litteratur. Leipzig: C. F. Amelangs Verlag 1906.
Florenz, Karl 1919
Die historischen Quellen der Shinto-Religion. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht 1919. (Übersetzungen von Kojiki und Nihon shoki [in Auszügen] sowie Kogo shūi [ganz].)
Fogel, Joshua A. 2007
Crossing the Yellow Sea : Sino-Japanese cultural contacts ; 1600 - 1950. Norwalk, Connecticut: EastBridge 2007.
Fong, Mary H. 1977
„A probable second "Chung K'uei" by emperor Shun-Chih of the Ch'ing dynasty.“ Oriental Art, Vol. XXIII (4) (1977), S. 423-437.
Fong, Mary H. 1989
„Wu Daozi's legacy in the popular door gods (Menshen) Qin Shubao and Yuchi Gong.“ Archives of Asian Art, Vol. 42 (1989), S. 6-24.
Formanek, Susanne 2005
Die "böse Alte" in der japanischen Populärkultur der Edo-Zeit: die Feindvalenz und ihr soziales Umfeld. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaft 2005.
Formanek, Susanne 2006
„Gewalt diesseits und jenseits: Zur Entwicklung der buddhistischen Höllenvorstellungen in Japan.“ Buddhismus in Geschichte und Gegenwart. (Vortragsmanuskript, Bd. 10.) Universität Hamburg: Asien-Afrika-Institut, Abteilung für Kultur und Geschichte Indiens und Tibets 2006.
Foster, Michael Dylan 1998
„The metarmophosis of the kappa: Transformations of folklore to folklorism in Japan.“ Asian Folklore Studies 57/1 (1998), S. 1-24.
Foster, Michael Dylan 2009
Pandemonium and parade: Japanese monsters and the culture of yōkai. Berkeley: University of California Press 2009.
Foster, Michael Dylan 2013
„Inviting the uninvited guest: Ritual, festival, tourism, and the namahage of Japan.“ The Journal of American Folklore 126/501 (2013), S. 302-334.
Foster, Michael Dylan 2015
The book of yōkai: mysterious creatures of Japanese folklore. Berkeley: University of California Press 2015. (Exzerpt.)
Frank, Bernhard 1991
Musée national des arts asiatiques Guimet: Le panthéon de bouddhique au Japon - Collections d'Emile Guimet. Paris: Réunion des Musées Nationaux 1991.
Freiberger, Oliver, Kleine Christoph 2015
Buddhismus: Handbuch und kritische Einführung. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2015. (2. Auflage.)
Fremerman, Sarah Alizah 2008
Divine impersonations: Nyoirin Kannon in medieval Japan. Palo Alto: ProQuestLLC 2008.
Friday, Karl F. 1997
„Pushing beyond the pale: The Yamato conquest of the Emishi and Northern Japan..“ Journal of Japanese Studies 23/1 (1997), S. 1-24. (Exzerpt.)
Fritsch, Ingrid 1996
Japans blinde Sänger im Schutz der Gottheit Myōon-Benzaiten. München: Iudicium-Verlag 1996.
Frédéric, Louis 1995
Buddhism. Paris: Flammarion 1995.
Frédéric, Louis 2002
Japan encyclopedia. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press 2002.
Fröhlich, Judith 2012
„Die Mongoleneinfälle in Japan mit einer Übersetzung von Seno Seiichirō: Geschichten zu den "göttlichen Winden".“ Asiatische Studien / Études Asiatiques 66/1 (2012), S. 57-78. (Exzerpt.)
Fujii, Jun 2002-2003
„The Relation Between Kukai and the Sanron School.“ Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies 印度學佛教學研究 51/2 (2002-2003), S. 649-651. (Exzerpt.)
Fujii, Otoo 1915
Uji shui monogatari. University of Toronto: Tokyo Yohodo 1915.
Fujii, Otoo (Hg.) 1922
Otogizōshi. Tōkyō: Yūhōdōshoten 有朋堂書店 1922.
Fujikawa, Yū 1912
Nihon shippei shi. Tokyo: Tohōdō 吐鳳堂 1912. (Geschichte der Krankheiten in Japan.)
Fujimoto, Katsuyoshi 1994
Genji monogatari no "mononoke": Bungaku to kiroku no hazama. Tōkyō: Kasama shoin 1994.
Fujio Shin’ichirō 藤尾 慎一郎 2009
Jōmon, Yayoi shūraku iseki no shūseiteki kenkyū : [kyōdō kenkyū]. Sakura, Chiba-ken: 国立歴史民俗博物 2009.
Fujisawa, Nozomu, Sanae Yamaguchi さなえ山口 2010
„Nagasaki・Gotō no saundosukeepu [Soundscapes of Goto Islands and Nagasaki City, Nagasaki, Japan].“ Nagasaki Kenritsu Daigaku kokusai jōhōgakubu kenkyū kiyō, 11, 長崎県立大学 研究紀要 (2010), S. 31-36.
Fujitan, Takashi 1996
Splendid monarchy: Power and peagantry in modern Japan. Berkeley u.a.: Univ. of California Press 1996.
Fujiwara, Seiko 1996
„‚Kagami‘ to ‚Yōgo‘: Ōmu Shinrikyō jiken ni yotte shūkyōgaku wa ika ni kawatta ka.“ Tōkyō Daigaku shūkyōgaku nenpō 東京大学宗教学年報 13 (1996), S. 17-31.
Fukata, Ajio, Kanda Yoriko 神田より子, Shintani Takanori 新谷尚紀, Nakagomi Mutsuko 中込睦子, Yukawa Yoji 湯川洋司, Watanabe Yoshio 渡邊欣雄 1999
Nihon minzoku daijiten : Jō : A - so ("Wörterbuch für japanische Volksbräuche"). Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1999. (1. Auflage.)
Fukushima, Kunimichi 1993
„Irohaji ruishō.“ In: Shimonaka Hiroshi (Hg.), Nihonshi jiten. Tōkyō: Heiban 1993, S. 619.
Fukuyama Toshio 福山敏男 1964
Nihon no yashiro. Tōkyō: Bijutsu Shuppansha 1964.
Funke, Mark 1994
„Hitachi no kuni fudoki.“ Monumenta Nipponica 49/1 (1994), S. 1-29.
Furuta, Shōkin 1964
„Eisai no shisō ni miru shinzenyūshin he no keikō (Eisai's theory of zen-shingon mysticism).“ Journal of Esoteric Buddhism密教文化 69-70 (1964), S. 126-131. (Exzerpt.)
Furuta, Shōkin 1977
Eisai. Tōkyō: Kōdansha 講談社 1977.
Gadeleva, Emilia 2000
„Susanoo: One of the central gods of japanese mythology.“ Japan Review 12 (2000), S. 165-203.
Gangadharan, Nasea (Ü.) 1984
The Agni-purāṇa: Part one. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1984.
Gardiner, David Lion 1994
Kūkai and the beginnings of Shingon Buddhism in Japan. Stanford: Stanford University 1994.
Gardner, Richard A. 1992
„Takasago: The symbolism of pine.“ Monumenta Nipponica 47/2 (1992), S. 203-240.
Gauler, Gabriele 1987
Das Meng-ch'i Pi-T'an des Shen Kuo: Die Memoiren eines Staatsmannes und Universalgelehrten der Nördlichen Sung-Zeit (960–1126). Würzburg 1987. (Dissertation.)
Geertsma, Robert H., Emil C.H. Hsia, Ilza Veith (Ü.) 1986
The essentials of medicine in ancient China and Japan: Yasuyori Tamba's Ishimpō. Leiden: Brill 1986. ( Exzerpt Translated with Introduction and Annotations. Part two: books 26,27 and 28.)
Geiss, James 1988
„The Chia-Ching reign, 1522-1566.“ In: Frederick W. Mote, Denis Twitchett (Hg.), The Ming Dynasty, 1368–1644. (The Cambridge History of China, Volume 7, Part 1.) Cambridge University Press 1988.
Geldner, Friedrich 1951
Der Rig-Veda. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press 1951. (3 Bände.)
Gerhart, Karen M. 2004
„Visions of the dead: Kano Tan'yū's paintings of Tokugawa Iemitsu's dreams.“ Monumenta Nipponica 59/1 (2004), S. 1-34.
Germann, Susanne 2006
Ein Leben in Ostasien: Die unveröffentlichten Reisetagebücher des Arztes, Anthropologen und Ethnologen Erwin Baelz (1849–1913). (Schriftenreihe des Archivs der Stadt Bietigheim-Bissingen, Bd. 6.) Bonn: Bietigheim-Bissingen 2006.
Gettis, Alan 2003
Seven times down, eight times up: Landing on your feet in an upside-down world. Trafford Publishing 2003.
Getty, Alice 1914
The gods of northern Buddhism: Their history, iconography and progressive evolution through the northern Buddhist countries. Oxford: The Clarendon Press 1914. (S.a. Getty 1962.)
Getty, Alice 1962
The gods of northern Buddhism: Their history, iconography and progressive evolution through the northern Buddhist countries. Rutland: Tuttle 1962. (S.a. Getty 1914.)
Giebel, Rolf W., Dale A. Todaro (Ü.) 2004
Shingon texts. Berkeley: Numata Center for Buddhist Translation and Research 2004. (Übersetzung ausgewählter Schriften von Kūkai und Kakuban.)
Gilday, Edmund T. 1993
„Dancing with spirit(s): Another view of the other world in Japan.“ History of Religions, Vol. 3, Nr. 3 (1993), S. 273-300.
Gilday, Edmund T. 2000
„Bodies of evidence: Imperial funeral rites and the Meiji Restoration.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 27/3-4 (2000), S. 273-296.
Giles, James 2015
„Hakuin, scepticism, and seeing into one’s own nature.“ Asian Philosophy 25/1 (2015), S. 81-98.
Goble, Andrew Edmund 1996
Kenmu. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press 1996.
Goble, Andrew Edmond 2011
Confluences of medicine in medieval Japan: Buddhist healing, Chinese knowledge, Islamic formulas, and wounds of war. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2011.
Goch, Ulrich 2020
Erweiterter Abriss der Geschichtsschreibung Japans. Hattingen, Wien: Eigenverlag 2020. (Erweiterte digitale Fassung von Ulrich Goch, Abriß der japanischen Geschichtsschreibung, München: Iudicium, 1992.)
Goethem, Ellen 2008
Nagaoka: Japan's Forgotten Capital. Boston: Brill 2008. (Exzerpt.)
Goff, Janet 1997
„Foxes in Japanese culture: Beautiful or beastly ?“ Japan Quarterly 44/2 (1997), S. 66-77.
Goodwin, Robert C. 2010
The experience of the excluded: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Minamata 1945–1975. Utah: The University of Utah 2010.
Gordon, Antoinette K 1959
The iconography of Tibetan Lamaism. Rutland: Tuttle Company 1959.
Gotō, Takeshi 2008
Yomu dake de sukkiri wakaru nihonshi. Tōkyō: Takarajimasha Bunko 2008.
Goutam, Neeraj 2009
Buddha: His life and teachings. New Delhi, India: Mahaveer and Sons 2009.
Goyō, Michiyoshi 1997
Hachiman Daibosatsu gudōki: Mōko shūrai no genten. Tōkyō: Nihon tosho kankō-kai 1997. (Übersetzung der Abschrift aus dem Jahr Bunmei 15 (1483) von Hachiman Daibosatsu gudōki aus dem Besitz des Hachiman-Schreins in Yawatahama in der Präfektur Aichi mit Kommentaren des Autors.)
Graf, Karin 2006
Findlinge: Kindes-Aussetzungen in der antiken Realität und Mythologie. Zürich: Universität Zürich 2006.
Graham, William A. 2001
„Kanon: VI Islam.“ In: Hans-Dietrich Betz u.a. (Hg.), Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Tübingen 2001, S. 772.
Grapard, Allan Georges 1982
„Flying mountains and walkers of emptiness: Toward a definition of sacred space in Japanese religion.“ History of Religions 21/3 (1982), S. 195-221. (Exzerpt.)
Grapard, Allan Georges 1984
„Japan's ignored cultural revolution: The separation of Shintō and buddhist divinities in Meiji "shimbutsu bunri" and a case study; tōnomine.“ History of Religions 23 (1984), S. 240-265. (Exzerpt.)
Grapard, Allen Georges 1986
„Lotus in the mountain, mountain in the lotus: Rokugō kaizan Ninmon Daibosatsu hongi 六郷開山仁聞大菩薩本紀.“ Monumenta Nipponica 41/1 (1986), S. 21-50.
Grapard, Allan Georges 1988
„Institution, ritual and ideology: The twenty-two shrine-temple multiplexes of Heian Japan.“ History of Religions 27/3 (1988), S. 246-269. (Exzerpt.)
Grapard, Allan Georges 1989
„The textualized mountain - enmountained text: The lotus sutra in the Kunisaki peninsula.“ In: George and Willa Tanabe (Hg.), The lotus sutra in Japanese culture. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 1989, S. 159-189. (Exzerpt.)
Grapard, Allan 1991
„Visions of excess and excess of vision: Women and transgression in Japanese myth.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 18/1 (1991), S. 3–22.
Grapard, Allan Georges 1992
The protocol of the gods: A study of the Kasuga cult in Japanese history. Berkeley and Los Angeles, Oxford: University of California Press 1992.
Grapard, Allan Georges 1994
„Rites de voyage: Redressing Hachiman's appearance.“ In: Francois Macé, e.a. (Hg.), Mélanges offerts à René Sieffert. Paris: Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales 1994, S. 335–352. (Sonderband der Zeitschrift Cipango, Festschrift. Kritische Auseinandersetzung mit Literatur:Kanda 1985.)
Grapard, Allan G. 2002
„Shrines registered in ancient Japanese law: Shinto or not ?“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 29/3- 4 (2002), S. 209-232.
Grapard, Allan G. 2003
„The source of oracular speech: Absence? Presence? Or plain treachery? The case of Hachiman Usa-gūgotakusenshū.“ In: Rambelli Teeuwen (Hg.), Buddhas and kami in Japan: Honji Suijaku as a combinatory. London: Routledge 2003, S. 77-94.
Graves, Robert 1997
The Larousse encyclopedia of mythology. New York: Smithmark Pub 1997.
Green, Ronald Steve 2003
Kūkai - founder of Japanese Shingon Buddhism : portraits of his life. Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI Diss. Services 2003.
Greer, Monte 2002
„Daruma Eyes: The Sixth Century Founder of Zen Buddhism and Kung Fu Had the Earliest Recorded Graves' Ophthalmopathy.“ Thyroid 12/5 (2002), S. 389-391.
Groemer, Gerald 1999
„The arts of the Gannin.“ Asian Folklore Studies 58/2 (1999), S. 275–320.
Groemer, Gerald 2007
„Female shamans in Eastern Japan during the Edo period.“ Asian Folklore Studies 66 (2007), S. 27–53.
Groemer, Gerald 2014
„Who benefits? Religious practice, blind women (goze), harugoma, and manzai.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 41/2 (2014), S. 347–386.
Groneberg, Brigitte 2004
Die Götter des Zweistromlandes: Kulte, Mythen, Epen. Düsseldorf und Zürich: Artemis & Winkler 2004.
Groner, Paul 2000
Saichō and the establishment of the Japanese Tendai School: With a new preface. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2000. (Erste Auflage 1984.)
Groner, Paul 2002
Ryōgen and mount Hiei: Japanese Tendai in the tenth century. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2002.
Groner, Paul, Jacqueline I. Stone 2014
„Editor´s introduction: The Lotus Sutra in Japan.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 41/1 (2014), S. 1-23.
Groner, Paul 2018
„Epilogue: Ryōgen’s posthumous career.“ In: Paul Groner (Hg.), Ryōgen and Mount Hiei. (15.) Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2018, S. 289-304. (Exzerpt.)
Grünwedel, Albert 1900
Mythologie des Buddhismus in Tibet und der Mongolei. Leipzig: Brockhaus 1900.
Guichard-Anguis, Sylvie 1995
„The parish of a famous shrine: The influence of rites and ceremonials on urban life. The sanctuary of Ebisu in Nishinomiya.“ In: Bremen, Jan van (Hg.), Ceremony and ritual in Japan: religious practices in an industrialised society. London, New York: Routledge 1995, S. 67-79.
Gundert, Wilhelm 1943
Japanische Religionsgeschichte: Die Religionen der Japaner und Koreaner in geschichtlichem Abriß dargestellt. Stuttgart: Gundert 1943. (1. Auflage 1935.)
Gunji, Naoko 2011
„Redesigning the death rite and redesignating the tomb: The separation of kami and Buddhist deities at the mortuary site for emperor Antoku.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 38/1 (2011), S. 55-92.
Gupta, Sanjukta, Richard Gombrich 1986
„Kings, power and the goddess.“ South Asia Research 1986/6 (1986), S. 123-138.
Guter, Josef 2002
Drachen - Ungeheuer und Glücksbringer. Graz: V. f. Sammler 2002.
Gygi, Fabio R. 2018
„Things that believe: Talismans, amulets, dolls, and how to get rid of them.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 45/2 (2018), S. 423–452.
Gülberg, Niels J. 1994
Michizane und die Kannon von Hase: Ergänzende Anmerkungen zum mittelalterlichen Tenjin-Kult.“ Asiatische Studien/Etudes Asiatiques: Zeitschrift der Schweizerischen Asiengesellschaft/Revue de la Société Suisse-Asie 48 (1994), S. 202-214.
Habito, Ruben, L. F., Jacqueline I. Stone 1999
„Revisiting Nichiren: Editor´s introduction.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 26/3-4 (1999), S. 223-238.
Habito, Ruben L. F. 1999
„Bodily reading of the Lotus Sūtra: Understanding Nichiren´s Buddhism.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies (1999), S. 281-306.
Habito, Ruben L. F. 1999
„Review article: The uses of Nichiren in modern Japanese history.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 26/3-4 (1999), S. 423-439.
Haga, Hideo 1970
Japanese folk festivals illustrated. Tokyo: Miura Printing Company 1970.
Hakeda, Yoshito S. 1965
The Religious Novel of Kūkai.“ Monumenta Nipponica20/3/4 (1965), S. 283-297. (Exzerpt.)
Hakeda, Yoshito S. 1972
Kūkai: Major Works. New York: Columbia Univ. Press 1972.
Hakuin, Ekaku, Philip B. Yampolsky (Ü.) 1971
The Zen master Hakuin: Selected writings. New York: Columbia University Press 1971.
Hakuin, Ekaku, Norman Waddell (Ü.) 1996
Zen words for the heart: Hakuin's commentary on "The Heart Sutra". Boston: Shambhala Publications 1996.
Hakuin, Ekaku, Norman Waddell 1999
Wild ivy: The spiritual autobiography of Zen master Hakuin. Boston: Shambhala Publications 1999.
Hakuin, Ekaku, Norman Waddell (Ü.) 2009
Hakuin's Precious Mirror Cave: A Zen Miscellany. New York: Counterpoint 2009.
Hakuin, Ekaku, Norman Waddell 2012
Beating the cloth drum: Letters of Zen master Hakuin. Boston: Shambhala Publications 2012.
Hall, John Whitey, Marius B. Jansen, Kanai Madoka, Denis Twitchett (Hg.) 1993
The Cambridge history of Japan. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1993.
Hall, Jamie 2003
Half human, half animal: Tales of werewolves and related creatures. Bloomington, Indiana: Authorhouse 2003.
Hamano, Kiyoshi 2004
„,Nihon shippei shi‘ dētabēsuka no kokoromi.“ Kansai daigaku keizai ronshū 關西大學經済論集 54/3–4 (2004), S. 433–444. (Construction of the disease database before Meiji period.)
Hamel, Frank 1969
Human animals: Werewolves & other transformations. New Hyde Park, N.Y.: University Books 1969.
Hammitzsch, Horst 1937
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