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MacCullough, Helen C. 1980
Ōkagami: the great mirror. Fujiwara Michinaga (966 - 1027) and his times: A study and translation by Helen Craig MacCulloug. New Jersey: Princeton University Press 1980.
Maciocia, Giovanni 2015
The foundations of Chinese medicine. Amsterdam: Elsevier 2015. (Erste Auflage 1989.)
Mahbub, MH, Mohammadullah Khan, Natsu Yamaguchi, Noriaki Harada, Ryosuke Hase, Tsuyoshi Tanabe 2020
„Japan's public health and culture, and the ongoing fight against COVID-19.“ Journal of Advanced Biotechnology and Experimental Therapeutics 3/4 (2020), S. 42-48.
Mailahn, Klaus 2015
Der Fuchs und die Göttin: Erkenntnisse über ein heiliges Tier der Großen Mutter. Berlin: Diplomica Verlag 2015.
Maloni, Ruby 1991
„Piracy in Indian waters in the seventeenth century.“ Proceedings of the Indian History Congress, Vol. 52 (1991), S. 410-415.
Mano, Shinya 2010
„Yōsai and esoteric buddhism.“ In: Charles Orzech et al. (Hg.), Esoteric buddhism and the tantras in east asia. Brill: Handbook of Oriental Studies 2010, S. 827-834.
Mano, Shinya 2014
Yōsai and the transformation of Buddhist precepts in pre-modern Japan. London: University of London 2014. (Dissertation.)
Marder, Arthur J. 1945
„From Jimmu Tennō to Perry: Sea power in early Japanese history.“ The American Historical Review 51/1 (1945), S. 1-34. (s.a. Exzerpt.)
Markert, Günter 1956
Buddhas, Götter und Dämonen. München: Knorr & Hirth 1956.
Markschies, Christoph 2001
Die Gnosis. München: C. H. Beck 2001.
Marra, Claudia 2019
„Omamori - Shinto and Buddhist lucky charms: How to turn the profane into the sacred.“ The Journal of Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies, Vol.23 (2019), S. 33-42.
Martin, Peter 1997
The Chrysanthemum throne: A history of the emperors of "Japan". United Kingdom: Sutton Publishing Limited 1997.
Masaoka, Shiki 1971
„Mushi okuri.“ In: Soga Tetsuo (Hg.), Encyclopedia Japonica 17. Tokyo: Shogakukan 1971, S. 311-312.
Mass, Jeffrey P. 1974
Warrior government in early medieval Japan: A study of the Kamakura bakufu, shugo and jito. New Haven und London: Yale University Press 1974.
Masuo, Shin’ichirō 2013
„Chinese religion and the formation of Onmyōdō.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 40/1 (2013), S. 19-43. ( Exzerpt.)
Masuyama, Hisakichi 1891
Hachimantarō Minamoto no Yoshiie kō. Tōkyō: Gakuyūkan 1891.
Matsuda, Toshitaru 1907
Yawata no ōkami fukuteki gen'en. Fukuoka: Matsuda Toshitaru 1907.
Matsudo, Yukio 2004
Nichiren, der Ausübende des Lotos-Sūtra. Norderstedt: Books on Demand GmbH 2004.
Matsueda, Masane 1994
Jingū kōgō: Ōjin tennō no jidai. Tōkyō: Kaya Shobō 1994.
Matsumae, Takeshi 1978
„Origin and growth of the worship of Amaterasu.“ Asian Folklore Studies 37/1 (1978), S. 1-11.
Matsumae, Takeshi 1980
„The heavenly rock-grotto myth and the Chinkon ceremony.“ Asian Folklore Studies 39/2 (1980), S. 9-22.
Matsumae, Takeshi 1983
„The myth of the descent of the heavenly grandson.“ Asian Folklore Studies 42/2 (1983), S. 159-179. (Exzerpt.)
Matsumura, Takeo 1954
Nihon shinwa no kenkyu. Tōkyō: Baifūkan 1954.
Matsuno, Junkō 1959
Shinran: Sono shōgai to shisō no tenkai katei. Tōkyō: Sanseidō 三省堂 1959.
Matsuo, Kenji 2007
A history of Japanese Buddhism. Folkestone: Global Oriental 2007.
Matsuoka, Masatsugu 2012
„Den nichirenshōnin sen `jūō sandanshō' shahon no denrai ni tsuite.“ Journal of Indian and Buddhist studies 61(1) (2012), S. 131-134.
Matsuoka, Masatsugu 2013
„Den nichirenshōnin sen `jūō sandanshō' no shingi mondai ni tsuite.“ Journal of Indian and Buddhist studies 62(1) (2013), S. 201-204.
Matsuura Masaaki 松浦正昭 1992
Bishamonten zō. (Nihon no bijutsu 315.) Tōkyō: Shibundō 1992. (Exzerpt.)
McArthur, Meher 2002
Reading buddhist art: An illustrated guide to buddhist signs and symbols. London: Thames & Hudson 2002.
McCallum, Donald F. 1986
„The deity depicted.“ Monumenta Nipponica Vol. 4, Nr.4 (1986), S. 477-488.
McCullough, Helen Craig 1966
Yoshitsune. Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press 1966.
McCullough, Helen Craig and William H. 1980
A tale of flowering fortunes: Annals of Japanese aristocratic life in the Heian period. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press 1980.
McCullough, Helen Craig (Ü.) 1988
The tale of the Heike. Stanford: Stanford University Press 1988.
McDaniel, Richard Bryan 2013
Zen Masters of Japan : The Second Step East. North Clarendon: Tuttle Publishing 2013.
McFarland, Neill H. 1967
The rush hour of the gods: A study of new religious movements in Japan. New York: Macmillan 1967.
McFarland, Neill 1986
„Feminine motifs in Bodhidharma symbology in Japan.“ Asian Folklore Studies 45/2 (1986), S. 167-191.
McLaughlin, Levi 2009
Sōka Gakkai in Japan. Princeton 2009. (Diss..)
McLaughlin, Levi 2012
Sōka Gakkai in Japan. Leiden: Brill 2012.
McLaughlin, Levi 2020
„Japanese religious responses to COVID-19: A preliminary report.“ The Asia-Pacific Journal 9/3 (2020), S. 1-23. ( Exzerpt.)
McMullin, Neil 1984
Buddhism and the state in sixteenth-century Japan. Princeton: Princeton University Press 1984.
McMullin, Neil 1988
„On placating the gods and pacifying the populace: The case of the Gion "Goryō" cult.“ History of Religions 27/3 (1988), S. 270 - 293. (Exzerpt.)
McNeill, William Hardy 1976
Plagues and peoples. Garden City, New York: Anchor Press 1976.
McWeeny, Jen 2010
„Liberating anger, embodying knowledge: A comparative study of María Lugones and Zen master Hakuin.“ Hypatia 25/2 (2010), S. 295-315.
McCallum, Donald F. 1986
„The deity depicted.“ Monumenta Nipponica 41/4 (1986), S. 477-488. (Rezensionsartikel zu Kanda 1985, Shinzō.)
Meech-Pekarik, Julia 1987
The world of the Meiji print: Impressions of a new civilization. New York u.a.: Weatherhill 1987.
Meisig, Konrad 1985
„Hinduistische Vorstellungen vom Leben nach dem Tode.“ In: Howard Coward (Hg.), Weiterleben nach dem Tode ? Die Antwort der Weltreligionen. Freiburg: Herder 1985.
Meisig, Konrad 1997
Klang der Stille: Der Buddhismus. Freiburg: Herder 1997.
Merli, Claudia 2020
„A chimeric being from Kyūshū, Japan: Amabie's revival during Covid‐19.“ Anthropology today 36/5 (2020), S. 6-10.
Merrit, Helen, Yamada Nanko 2000
Woodblock kuchi-e prints: Reflections of Meiji culture. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2000.
Messer, Sarah, Kidder Smith 2015
Having once paused: Poems of Zen master Ikkyū. US: University of Michigan Press 2015.
Metevelis, Peter 2002
„The deity and wind of Ise.“ Asian Folklore Studies 61 (2002), S. 1-34.
Michaels, Axel 1998
Der Hinduismus: Geschichte und Gegenwart. München: C.H. Beck Verlag 1998.
Michaels, Axel 2011
Buddha: Leben, Lehre, Legende. München: C. H. Beck 2011.
Michimoto, Tesshin 2012
Tendai: Hiei ni hibiku Hotoke no koe. Kyōto: Jishōsha Shuppan 2012.
Mifune, Takayuki 2009
Urashima Tarō no Nihonshi. (Rekishi bunka raiburarī 285.) Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 2009.
Miller, Laura 2008
„Extreme makeover for a Heian-era wizard.“ Mechademia 3 (2008), S. 30-45. (Exzerpt.)
Miller, Richard J. 1974
Ancient japanese nobility: The kabane ranking system. Berkeley: University of California Press 1974.
Mills, Douglas E. 1970
A collection of tales from Uji: A study and translation of Uji shūi monogatari. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1970.
Mills, Douglas E. 1983
„Setsuwa bunkagu.“ In: Gen Itasaka (Hg.), Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan, Bd. 7. Tokyo: Kodansha 1983, S. 72.
Mitchell, Forrest Lee, James Lasswell 2005
A dazzle of dragonflies. Texas: Texas A&M University Press 2005.
Miura, Ryū 2002
„Onmyōdo to majinai.“ Kokubungaku kaishaku to kanshō 853 tokushū: Onmyōji, Abe no Seimei to sono shūen 67. Tōkyō: Shibundo 2002, S. 32-35.
Miyai, Yoshio 1978
Fujiwara-shi no ujigami/ujidera shinkō to sobyō saishi. Tokyo: Seikōbō 1978.
Miyaji, Naokazu 1956
Hachimangū no kenkyū. Tokyo: Risōsha 1956.
Miyake, Hitoshi 2001
„Shugendō: Essays on the structure of Japanese folk religion.“ Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies, 32 (2001). (Exzerpt.)
Miyake, Hitoshi, Miyabi Yamamoto, Gaynor Sekimori 2009
„Japanese mountain religion: Shrines, temples and the development of Shugendō.“ Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 18/1 (2009), S. 73-88.
Miyake, Toru 2012
„Wakō to Wang Zhi.“ St. Andrew's University Bulletin of the Research Institute 37/3 (2012), S. 173-196.
Miyamoto Kesao 宮本 袈裟雄 (Hg.) 1987
Fukujin shinkō. Tōkyō: Yūzankaku Shuppan 1987.
Miyamoto, Kazuo 1975
Vikings of the Far East. New York: Vantage Press 1975.
Miyata, Daiki, Michael Jamentz 2020
„The production of the healing Buddha at Kokusenji and its relationship to Hachiman faith.“ Journal of Asian Humanities at Kyushu University 3/5 (2020), S. 53-80.
Miyata, Nana 2012
„Die Hintergründe der Legendenbildung über Abe no Seimei, dem namhaftesten Divinationsmeister der Heian-Zeit.“ In: Triplett Katja (Hg.), Religiöse Tradierung in Japan. Halle an der Saale: Universitätsverlag Halle-Wittenberg 2012, S. 119-146. (Exzerpt.)
Miyata Noboru 宮田登, Takada Mamoru 高田衛 (Hg.) 1995
Namazue: Shinsai to Nihon bunka. Tokyo: Ribun Shuppan 1995. (Exzerpt.)
Miyata, Noboru, e.a. 1998
„,Shichifukujin‘ nanatsu no kīwādo.“ In: Miyata Noboru (Hg.), Shichifukujin shinkō jiten. Tokyo: Ebisu Kōshō Shuppan 1998, S. 24–59. (S.a. Exzerpt.)
Miyazaki, Enjun 1956
Shinran to sono montei. Kyōto: Nagata Bunkōdō 永田文昌堂 1956.
Miyazaki, Fumiko 1992
„Religious life of the Kamakura Bushi: Kumagai Naozane and his descendants.“ Monumenta Nipponica 47/4 (1992), S. 435-467.
Mizuno, Kōji 2012
„Kenzōbutsu oyobidashi ni miru fūshinraishin no chōkoku ni tsuite.“ Bulletin of the Iida City Museum 22 (2012), S. 97-140.
Mizuno, Yoritoshi 1981
Iwato Hachiman jinja iseki. Mezumachi: Nihon Yōgyōshi Kenkyūjō 1981.
Mizusawa, Yūga 2004
Heike monogatari no aida. 2004.
Mochizuki, Shincho 2012
„Kinsei kōki ni okeru Nichiren denki hon no ichikōsatsu: Fukami yō gen-cho “ponka kōso kinenroku” o chūshin ni.“ Journal of Indian and Buddhist studies 60(2) (2012), S. 657-665.
Moerman, Max D. 2005
Localizing paradise: Kumano pilgrimage and the religious landscape of premodern Japan. Harvard: Harvard University Press 2005.
Moerman, Max D. 2015
„The Buddha and the bathwater: Defilement and enlightenment in the Onsenji engi.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 42:1 (2015), S. 71-87. (Exzerpt.)
Mohr, Hubert 2003
„Neopaganismus.“ In: Hans Dieter Betz u.a. (Hg.), Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart – Handwörterbuch für Theologie und Religionswissenschaft, Bd. 6, N-Q. 2003, S. 186 - 189. (4. Auflage, ungekürzte Studienausgabe.)
Mohr, Michel 1994
„Zen Buddhism during the Tokugawa period: The challenge to go beyond sectarian consciousness.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 21/4 (1994), S. 341-372.
Moor, Edward 1968
The Hindu pantheon. Delhi: Varanasi, Indological Book House 1968.
Mori, Kōichi 1977
Study of Makiguchi Tsunesaburō: The founder of Sōka Gakkai. Berkeley 1977. (Exzerpt Diss..)
Mori, Kōichi 1979
„The emperor of Japan: A historical study in religious symbolism.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 6/4 (1979), S. 522 - 565.
Mori Kōichi 森浩一 1993
Nihonshinwa no kōkogaku. Tōkyō: Asahi Shimbun 1993.
Moriarty, Elizabeth 1972
„The communitarian aspects of Shintou matsuri.“ Asian Folklore Studies 31/2 (1972), S. 91-140. (Exzerpt.)
Moriguchi, Takashi 1994
Konda Hachimangū: Ōjin Tennō sōbyō. Habikino: Naka Haruyo 1994.
Morikawa Takemitsu 2011
„Das frühneuzeitliche Japan in der Medien- und Literaturgeschichte: Zur Erweiterung der gesellschaftstheoretischen Perspektive.“ In: Niklas Luhmann (Hg.), Workingpaper des Soziologischen Seminars 01/2011. 2011.
Morley, Brendan Arkell 2009
'The Goddesses' shrine family: The Munakata through the Kamakura Era. University of Oregon 2009.
Morrell, Robert E. 1985
Sand and pebbles (shasekishū): The tales of Mujū Ichien, a voice of pluralism in Kamakura Buddhism. Albany: State University of New York Press 1985. (Exzerpt.)
Morse, Samuel C. 1996
Kūkai.“ Gorve Art Online (1996), S. 1-3.
Mote, Frederick W. 2003
Imperial China, 900 - 1800. Cambridge, Mass. [u.a.]: Harvard Univ. Press 2003.
Moto-Sanchez, Milla 2016
„Jizō, healing rituals, and women in Japan.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 43/2 (2016), S. 307-331.
Mulhern, Chieko Irie 1974
„Otogi-zōshi. Short Stories of the Muromachi Period.“ Monumenta Nipponica 29/2 (1974), S. 181–198.
Murakami, Fuminobu 1988
„Incest and rebirth in Kojiki.“ Monumenta Nipponica 43/4 (1988), S. 455-463. (Exzerpt.)
Murakami, Hayami 1987
Shinran kyōgi to sono haikei. Kyōto: Nagata Bunkōdō 永田文昌堂 1987.
Murakami, Kenji 2000
Yōkai jiten. Tokyo: 毎日新聞社 2000.
Murakami, Kenji 2005
Nihon yōkai daijiten. Tōkyō: Kadokawa Shoten 2005.
Murashige, Yusashi 1991
Shigisan engi to Kokawadera engi. Tōkyō: Shibundō 至文堂 1991.
Murayama, Shūichi (Hg.) 1983
Tenjin shinkō. Tōkyō: Yūzankaku Shuppan 雄山閣出版 1983. (Shohan 初版.)
Murdoch, James 1925
A history of Japan: From the origins to the arrival of the Portuguese in 1542 A.D. London: Kegan Paul 1925. (2.überarb.Aufl. Auflage.)
Mähner, Elke 1994
„Ise Jingū: Der ewige Schrein.“ Japan Magazin 2/94 (1994), S. 36-39.
Métraux, Daniel Alfred 1992
„The dispute between the Sōka Gakkai and the Nichiren shōshū priesthood: A lay revolution against a conservative clergy.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 1992 19/4 (1992), S. 325-336.
Métraux, Daniel Alfred 1994
The Sōka Gakkai revolution. Lanham: University Press of America 1994.
Müller, Klaus 1988
Wirtschafts- und Technikgeschichte Japans. (Handbuch der Orientalistik.) Leiden: Brill 1988.
Münzer, Florian 2017
„Dōgen Zenji: Eine Analyse seiner Biografie und Hagiografie.“ In: Bernhard Scheid (Hg.), Kamigraphie. Universität Wien: Repositorium Kamigraphie 2017. (BA-Seminararbeit, Wintersemester 2016/17.)
Na, Jongwoo 2009
„Were the wako pirate groups controlled by Japanese tribal clans?“ In: Tongbuga Yŏksa Chaedan (Hg.), The foreseen and the unforeseen in historical relations between Korea and Japan. Seoul: Northeast Asian History Foundation 2009, S. 94–101. (Exzerpt.)
Nagai, Machiko 2008
„Hakata gion yamakasa otoko-tachi no torikorōru.“ Nihon shikisai gakkaishi 日本色彩学会誌 32 (2008), S. 122-123.
Nagaoka, Tomohito, Kazuaki Hirata, Hajime Ishida, Kazunobu Saiki, Toshiyuki Tusurumoto, Tetsuaki Wakebe 2019
„A health crisis during the Japanese medieval Period: A new paleodemographic perspective.“ International journal of paleopathology, Vol. 26 (2019), S. 145-156.
Nagayama, Shūichi 2009
Hayato to Kodai Nihon: Kodaishi Sensho 6. Tōkyo: Dōseisha 2009.
Nakajima, Ryoichi 1985
„Kūkai as a herbalist.“ Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies (Indogaku bukkyogaku kenkyu) 33(2) (1985), S. 627-630.
Nakamaki Hirochika, Umesao Tadao (Hg.) 1990
„Religious civilisation in modern Japan: As revealed through a focus on Mt. Kōya.“ Senri ethnological studies 29 (1990), S. 121-136.
Nakamura, Kyōko 1997
Miraculous stories from the Japanese Buddhist tradition: The Nihon ryōiki of the monk Kyōkai. Cambridge: Harvard University Press 1997. (Erste Auflage 1973.)
Nakamura, Teiri 1990
Tanuki to sono sekai. Tōkyō: Asahi Shinbunsha 1990.
Nakamura, Tsuyoshi 2002
„A psychopathological study of Japanese fairy tales.“ Clinical study of campus life (2) (2002), S. 32-54. (Exzerpt.)
Nakamura, Yukihiro, Kazuo Endō 2004
"Kogo shūi" o yomu. Tōkyō: Yūbun Shoin 2004.
Nakamura, Yuko 2017
„The new bussiness of Buddhism.“ International Journal of Business Anthropology, 2017-01-01, Vol.7 (2) (2017), S. 67-83.
Nakano, Hayatoshi 1976
Hachiman shinkōshi no kenkyū. Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1976.
Nakano, Hayatoshi 1977
Usa Hachiman to sekibutsu. Ōita: Ōitagōdōshinbunsha 1977.
Nakano, Hayatoshi 1978
Usa jingū no kigen to hatten. Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1978.
Nakano, Hatayoshi 1983
Hachiman shinkō. Tôkyô: Yūzankaku Shuppan 1983.
Nakano, Hayatoshi 1985
Usa-gū. (Nihon rekishi sōsho [Reihe japanische Geschichte], Bd. 37.) Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1985.
Nakano, Hayatoshi 1991
Usa Hachiman to Shiragi bunka. Tōkyō: Ebisu Kōshō 1991.
Nakano, Hayatoshi 1998
Hachiman shinkō to shugendō. Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1998.
Nakano, Hayatoshi 1998
Usa Hachimangū hōjō-e to hōren. Tōkyō: Iwata shoin 1998.
Nakano, Hayatoshi (Hg.) 2002
Hachiman shinkō jiten. Tokyo: Ebisu Kōshō 2002. (S.a. Sieben Stichworte zum Hachiman Glauben.)
Nakase, Yasukiyo 1995
„Kitasato Shibasaburo ni yoru pesutokin hakken to sono shūhen.“ Nihon saikingaku zasshi 日本細菌学雑誌 [Japanese Bakteriology Magazine], Vol. 50/3 (1995), S. 637-650. (Shibasaburo Kitasato's Discovery of Plague Bacillus and Its Historical Background: On the Occasion of the Centennial Aniversary.)
Nakayama, Kazuhiro, Hirono Ishikawa, Masayoshi Matsumoto, Wakako Osaka, Ai Sekido, Taisuke Togari, Yuki Yonekura 2015
„Comprehensive health literacy in Japan is lower than in Europe: a validated Japanese-language assessment of health literacy.“ BMC Public Health 15/1 (2015), S. 505-517.
Nanri, Michiko 1980
„Hoki Naiden nōto: Gozu tennō engi setsuwa to no kanren kara.“ Fukuoka joshi tandai kiyō 福岡女子短大紀要 [Bulletin of Fukuoka Women's Junior College] 19 (1980), S. 119-128. ("Hokinaiden": It's Relations with the Legend of "Gozu-Tenno".)
Naoki, Kōjirō, Felicia G. Bock 1993
„The Nara state.“ In: John Whitey Hall, Marius B. Jansen, Kanai Madoka, Denis Twitchett (Hg.), The Cambridge History of Japan. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1993, S. 221–267. (Exzerpt.)
Nattier, Jan 1992
„The Heart sūtra: A Chinese apocryphal text ?“ Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 15/2 (1992), S. 152-223.
Naumann, Nelly 1959
„Das Pferd in Sage und Brauchtum Japans.“ Asian Folklore Studies 18 (1959), S. 145-287.
Naumann, Nelly 1963
„Yama no Kami - Die japanische Berggottheit: Teil I: Grundvorstellungen.“ Asian Folklore Studies 22 (1963), S. 133-366. (Exzerpt.)
Naumann, Nelly 1964
„Yama no kami - Die japanische Berggottheit: Teil II: Zusätzliche Vorstellungen.“ Asian Folklore Studies 23/2 (1964), S. 48-199. (Exzerpt.)
Naumann, Nelly 1971
Das Umwandeln des Himmelspfeilers: Ein japanischer Mythos und seine kulturhistorische Einordnung. (Asian folklore studies, Monograph 5.) Tokyo: Soc. for Asian Folklore 1971.
Naumann, Nelly, Wolfram Naumann 1973
Die Zauberschale: Erzählungen aus dem Leben japanischer Damen, Herren, Mönche und Knechte. München: Hanser 1973.
Naumann, Nelly 1974
„Whale and fish cult in Japan: A basic feature of Ebisu worship.“ Asian Folklore Studies 33/1 (1974), S. 1-15. (Exzerpt.)
Naumann, Nelly 1975
„Frühjapanische Wertorientierung.“ Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft / Supplement ; 3,2 (1975), S. 1290 - 1295.
Naumann, Nelly 1982
Sakahagi: The “reverse flaying” of the heavenly Piebald horse.“ Asian Folklore Studies 41:1 (1982) (1982), S. 7-38.
Naumann, Nelly 1985
„Karl Florenz und die Wertung der japanischen Mythen als Quellen der Shintô-Religion.“ NOAG 137 (1985) (1985), S. 39-49.
Naumann, Nelly 1988
Die einheimische Religion Japans: Teil 1: Bis zum Ende der Heian-Zeit. Leiden: Brill 1988. (Exzerpt.)
Naumann, Nelly 1988
Die einheimische Religion Japans.: Teil 2: Synkretistische Lehren und religiöse Entwicklungen von der Kamakura- bis zum Beginn der Edo-Zeit. Leiden: Brill 1988.
Naumann, Nelly 1994
Die einheimische Religion Japans (Bd. 2). Leiden: Brill 1994.
Naumann, Nelly 1996
Die Mythen des alten Japan. München: Beck 1996. (Exzerpt.)
Naumann, Nelly 2000
Japanese prehistory: The material and spiritual culture of the Jōmon period. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2000.
Nebashi, Shōichi 2001
„Taiwan ni okeru toshikeisei no katei to tokuchō.“ Ryūtsū Keizai Daigaku shakaigakubu ronsō 11/2 (2001), S. 51 – 76.
Nelson, John 1996
A year in the life of a Shinto shrine. Seattle: University of Washington Press 1996.
Nienhauser, William H. (Hg.) 1986
The Indiana companion to traditional Chinese literature. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press 1986.
Nientiedt, Susa 2011
Mahakala der große Schwarze, Shri Devi und Ekajata: Ursprung, Ausstrahlungen und Bedeutung. Bochum: VBW 2011. (Erste Auflage 2008.)
Nihon Rekishi Daijiten Henshūbu, 日本歴史大辞典編集部 ab 1958
Nihon rekishi daijiten. Tōkyō: Kawade Shobō 河出書房 ab 1958. (Mehrbändige Reihe mit mehreren Auflagen.)
Nihonshi daijiten Bd.1: A-o. Tōkyō: Heibonsha 1992.
Nikolic, Tamara 2017
„Hakuin Ekaku: Wiederbeleber des Rinzai-Zen.“ In: Bernhard Scheid (Hg.), Kamigraphie. Universität Wien 2017. (BA-Seminararbeit, Wintersemester 2016/17.)
The Manyōshū. New York: Columbia University Press 1965.
Nishi, Makoto 2020
„Jishuku, social distancing and care in the time of COVID‐19 in Japan.“ Social anthropology28/2 (2020), S. 331-332.
Nishimoto, Masahiro 2019
Sawara Shinnō. Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 2019.
Nishioka, Kazuhiko 2001
„Hiruko.“ In: Norman Havens und Inoue Nobutaka (Hg.), An encyclopedia of Shinto, Bd. 1 (kami). Tokyo: Institute for Japanese Culture and Classics, Kokugakuin University 2001, S. 32.
Nitobe, Inazō 2003
Bushidō: Die Seele Japans. Frankfurt: Angkor Verlag 2003. (Exzerpt.)
Noguchi, Yoshiko 1977
Rezeption der Kinder- und Hausmärchen der Brüder Grimm in Japan. Marburg: Mauersberger 1977.
Notz, Klaus-Josef 2007
Herders Lexikon des Buddhismus: Grundbegriffe, Traditionen, Praxis in 1200 Stichwörtern von A-Z. Erfstadt: Verlag HOHE GmbH 2007.
Nozaki, Kiyoshi 1961
Kitsune: Japan's fox of mystery, romance and humor. Tokyo: Hokuseido Press 1961.
Numata, Kenya 1990
„Kōfuku no kagaku no kenkyū.“ St. Andrew's University sociological review 24/2 (1990), S. 81–112. (Exzerpt.)
Numazawa, Franz Kiichi 1946
Die Weltanfänge in der japanischen Mythologie. (Internationale Schriftenreihe für soziale und politische Wissenschaften. Ethnologische Reihe Band 2.) Luzern: Verlag Josef Stocker 1946. (Exzerpt.)
Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric, Käthe Roth (Ü.) 2005
Japan Encyclopedia. Cambridge: Harvard University Press 2005.
Nydahl, Hannah 2007
Bist du jemals einer Dakini begegnet?: Dakinis: Lebensgeschichten weiblicher Buddhas.“ Buddhismus heute 43 (2007), S. .
Ōbayashi, Taryō 1960
„Die Amaterasu-Mythe im alten Japan und die Sonnenfinsternismythe in Südostasien.“ Ethnos 1960/1–2 (1960), S. 20–43.
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