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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.
Hakuin, Ekaku, Norman Waddell 2012
Beating the cloth drum: Letters of Zen master Hakuin. Boston: Shambhala Publications 2012.
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.)
Hammitzsch, Horst 1939
„Kangaku und Kokugaku: Ein Beitrag zur Geistesgeschichte der Tokugawazeit.“ Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 2, No. 1 (1939), S. 1-23.
Hara, Eiko 2013
„Hitobito ha itako ni nani o motomeru no ka: Sōzōsareru itako imeeji to itako no jittai.“ Bulletin of Morioka Junior College Iwate Prefectural University 15 (2013), S. 51-56. („What do people expect of itako (Japanese shamans)?(Ⅲ)Invented images and the realities of itako“ Exzerpt.)
Hara, Eiko 2014
„What do people expect from itako (Japanese shamans) (IV)? How grief is expressed by Japanese shamans itako and participant in religious performance after the Great East Japan Earthquake.“ Bulletin of Morioka Junior College Iwate Prefectural University 16 (2014), S. 25-30.
Hardacre, Helen 1988
„The Shintō priesthood in early Meiji Japan: Preliminary inquiries.“ History of Religions 27/3 (1988), S. 294-320.
Hardacre, Helen 1989
Shintō and the state: 1868 - 1988. (Studies in church and state, Band 2.) Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press 1989. (Paperbackausgabe 1991.)
Hardacre, Helen 1994
„Conflict between shugendō and the New Religions of Bakumatsu Japan.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 21/2-3 (1994), S. 137-166. (Exzerpt.)
Hardacre, Helen 2017
Shinto: A history. New York: Oxford University Press 2017.
Hareven, Tamara K. 1992
„The festival’s work as leisure.: The traditional craftsmen of Gion festival.“ In: John Calagione u.a. (Hg.), Workers’ Expressions. Beyond Accommodation and Resistance. Albany: State University of New York Press 1992, S. 98-128.
Harris, Victor (Hg.) 2001
Shintō: The sacred art of ancient Japan. London: The British Museum 2001. (Ausstellungskatalog.)
Harris, Jason B, Regina C LaRocque, Firdausi Qadri, Edward T Ryan, Stephen B Calderwood 2012
„Cholera.“ The Lancet, Volume 379, Issue 9835 (2012), S. 2466 - 2476.
Harrison, Paul 1998
„Women in the Pure Land: Some reflections on the textual sources.“ Journal of Indian Philosophy 26 (1998), S. 553-572.
Hatano, Yūsuke 2002
„"Wakō" to kaiyō shikan - "wakō" ha "Nihonjin" datta no ka.“ Ritsumeikan Daigaku jinbunkagaku kenkyūsho kiyō 81 (2002), S. 77 – 102.
Hayashi, Makoto, Matthias Hayek 2013
„Onmyōdō in Japanese History.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 40/1 (2013), S. 1-18.
Hayek, Matthias 2006
„'Abe no seimei to yamai' chūsei setsuwa ni okeru ishi, in'yōshi, sōryo ga byōki ni taishite hatashita yakuwari o megutte.“ Sokendai review of cultural and social studies 2 (2006), S. 43-52. (Exzerpt.)
Hazard, Benjamin H. 1967
„The formative years of the wakō, 1223-63.“ Monumenta Nipponica 22/3-4 (1967), S. 260-277. (Exzerpt.)
Hearn, Lafcadio 1976
Glimpses of unfamiliar Japan. Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Co. 1976. (Erste Veröffentlichung 1894!.)
Heine, Steven 2003
„Did Dōgen go to China? Problematizing Dōgen's relation to Ju-ching and Chinese Ch'an.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 30/1-2 (2003), S. 27-59. (Exzerpt.)
Heisig, James W. 2011
„Hakuin Ekaku 白隠慧鶴 (1685–1768).“ In: James W. Heisig, Thomas P. Kasulis und John C. Maraldo (Hg.), Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2011, S. 202–210.
Herrigel, Eugen 1953
Zen in der Kunst des Bogenschießens. München: Otto Wilhelm Barth Verlag 1953.
Herrmann-Pfandt, Adelheid 1992
„Dākinīs in Indo-Tibetan Tantric Buddhism: Some results of recent research.“ Studies in Central and East Asian Religions 5/6 (1992-3) (1992), S. 45-63.
Hershock, Peter D. 2014
Public Zen, personal Zen: A Buddhist Introduction. Lanham u.a.: Rowman & Littlefield 2014.
Hirayama Toshijirō 平山敏治郎 1972
„Gion matsuri.“ Encyclopaedia Japonica. (Bd. 5.) Tokyo: Shogakukan 1972, S. 324 - 325. (Erste Auflage 1968.)
Hiroi, Yuu 2020
„COVID-19 ni taisuru nihon-gata rokkudaun no gaishutsu yokusei kōka ni kansuru kenkyū.“ Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan 55/3 (2020), S. 902-909.
Holtom, Daniel Clarence 1940
„The meaning of kami: Chapter I. Japanese derivations.“ Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 3, No. 1 (1940), S. 1-27.
Holtom, Daniel Clarence 1940
„The meaning of kami: Chapter II. Interpretations by Japanese writers.“ Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 3, No. 2 (1940), S. 392-413.
Holtom, Daniel Clarence 1941
„The meaning of kami: Chapter III. Kami considered as mana.“ Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 4, No. 2 (1941), S. 351-394.
Holtom, Daniel Clarence 1972
The Japanese enthronment ceremonies: With an account of the imperial regalia. Tōkyō: Sophie University Press 1972.
Hong, Jeehee 2013
„Exorcism from the streets to the tomb: An image of the judge and minions in the Xuanhua Liao tomb No. 7.“ Archives of Asian Art, Vol. 63(1) (2013), S. 1-25.
Hoover, Thomas 1980
The Zen experience. New York: The New American Library 1980.
Hori, G. Victor Sogen 1994
„Teaching and Learning in the Rinzai Zen Monastery.“ The Journal of Japanese Studies 20/1 (1994), S. 5-35.
Huang, Minwen 2016
„From cultural ghosts to literary ghosts - Humanisation of Chinese ghosts in Chinese Zhiguai.“ In: Maria Fleischhack, Elmar Schenkel (Hg.), Ghosts - or the (Nearly) Invisible. Spectral Phenomena in Literature and the Media. Peter Lang AG 2016.
Hudson, Mark J. 1999
The ruins of identity: Ethnogenesis in the Japanese islands. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 1999.
Hur, Nam-lin 2021
„Anti-Christian temple certification (terauke) in early modern Japan.“ In: Stefan Köck, Brigitte Pickl-Kolaczia, Bernhard Scheid (Hg.), Religion, Power, and the Rise of Shinto in Early Modern Japan. London: Bloomsbury 2021, S. 19–30. (Druckfahnen Nov. 2020.)
Hyers, Conrad 1989
„Humor in Zen: Comic midwifery.“ Philosophy East and West 39/3 (1989), S. 267-277.
Hynes, William J. 1993
„Mapping the charakteristics of mythic tricksters: A heuristic guide.“ In: William J. Hynes und William G. Doty (Hg.), Mythical trickster figures. Contours, contexts and criticism. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press 1993, S. 33-45.
Hynes, William J. 1993
„Introducing the fascinating and perplexing trickster Figure.“ In: William J. Hynes und William G. Doty (Hg.), Mythical trickster figures. Contours, contexts and criticism. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press 1993, S. 1-12.
Idema, Wilt, Stephen West 2016
„Zhong Kui at work: A complete translation of the immortal officials of happiness, wealth, and longevity gather in celebration by Zhu Youdun (1379–1439).“ Journal of Chinese Religions 44(1) (2016), S. 1-34.
Igawa, Kenji 2010
„At the Crossroads: Limahon and Wakō in Sixteenth-Century Philippines.“ In: Robert J. Antony (Hg.), Elusive pirates, pervasive smugglers: Violence and clandestine trade in the Greater China Seas. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press 2010, S. 73-84. (Exzerpt.)
Iida, Mizuho (Hg.) 1986
Kogo shūi: fu chūshaku. (Shintō taikei, kotenhen 5 神道大系古典編五.) Tokyo: Shintō Taikei Hensankai 1986. (Pdf enthält nur den ersten Teil des Bandes: Einleitung, Originaltext mit Anm. und kleine Zusatzartikel.)
Ilis, Florina 2013
The Theme of "Spirit Possession": Murasaki Shikibu, Genji Monogatari, Zeami, Aoi-No-Ue and Yukio Mishima, Aoi.. Siebenbürgen: Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai-Philologia 58/1 2013.
Ingram, Paul O. 1973
„The Zen critique of Pure Land Buddhism.“ Journal of the American Academy of Religion 41/2 (1973), S. 184-200.
Irie, Kōhei 1997
„Tōshiya kyōgi no jisshi jiki ni kansuru ichi kōsatsu.“ Tsukuba Daigaku Taiiku Kagaku Kei Kiyō 筑波大学体育科学系紀要 20 (1997), S. 41-55.
Ishida, Eiichirō 1964
„Mother-son deities.“ History of Religions 4/1 (1964), S. 30-52. (Exzerpt.)
Ishizaki Atsuko 石崎敦子, Ueno Katsuyo 上野勝代 2003
„Kyōtōshi toshinbu yamabokochō ni okeru chōnai komyuniti ni kansuru kenkyū.“ Nihon kenchikugakkai Kinkishibu Kenkyūhōkokushū, Keikakukei 日本建築学会近畿支部研究報告集、計画系(Forschungsinstitut für Architektur Japan, Kinki-Region, Planungsdivision) 43 (2003), S. 673-676.
Isomae, Jun'ichi 1999
„Myth in metamorphosis: Ancient and medieval versions of the yamatotakeru legend.“ Monumenta Nipponica 54/3 (1999), S. 361-385.
Isomae Jun'ichi 2009
Japanese mythology: Hermeneutics on scripture. London: Equinox 2009. (Ü. von Mukund Subramanian, Exzerpt.)
Iwasaki, Akiko, Nathan D. Grubaugh 2020
„Why does Japan have so few cases of COVID-19?“ EMBO Molecular Medicine 12 (2020), S. 1-3.
Iyanaga, Nobumi 2002
Daikoku-ten hensō: Bukkyō shinwagaku 1. Tokyo: Hōzōkan 2002.
Jannetta, Ann Bowmann 1987
Epidemics and mortality in early modern Japan. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press 1987. (Exzerpt.)
Jansen, Marius 1989
The Cambridge history of Japan, Vol. 5: The Nineteenth Century. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press 1989.
Jing, Anning 1991
„The Yuan Buddhist mural of the Paradise of Bhaiṣajyaguru.“ Metropolitan Museum journal 26 (1991), S. 147-166.
Jinsheng, Zheng, Nalini Kirk, Paul D. Buell, Paul U. Unschuld 2018
Dictionary of the Ben Cao Gang Mu, volume 3: Persons and literary sources. Oakland, California: University of California Press 2018.
Johnson, T. W. 1974
„Far eastern fox lore.“ Asian Folklore Studies 33/1 (1974), S. 35-68.
Johnston, William 2014
„The shifting epistemological foundations of cholera control in Japan (1822-1900).“ Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident Vol.37 (1) (2014), S. 171-196.
Johnston, William 2016
„Buddhism contra cholera: How the Meiji state recruited religion against epidemic disease.“ Science, Technology, and Medicine in the Modern Japanese Empire (2016), S. 62-78.
Johnston, William 2019
„Cholera and the environment in nineteenth-century Japan.“ Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review, Volume 8, 05.2019 (2019), S. 105-138.
Joskovich, Erez 2015
„The inexhaustible lamp of faith: Faith and awakening in the Japanese Rinzai tradition.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 42/2 (2015), S. 319-338. (Exzerpt.)
Kamiya, Takehiro 1998
„Fukujin to yakujin.“ In: Miyata Noboru (Hg.), Shichifukujin shinkō jiten. Tokyo: Ebisu Kōshō Shuppan 1998, S. 372–382. (Erschienen 1979. S.a. Exzerpt.)
Kanda, Christine Guth 1981
„Kaikei's statue of Hachiman in Tōdaiji.“ Artibus Asiae 43/3 (1981), S. 190–208. (Exzerpt.)
Kaneko, Satoru 1990
„Dimensions of religiosity among believers in Japanese folk religion.“ Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 29/1 (1990), S. 1-18.
Kaner, Simon 2011
„A Re-examination of the Okinoshima ritual site from the viewpoint of ritual archaeology.“ In: World Heritage Promotion Committee of “Okinoshima Island and Related Sites in the Munakata Region” (Hg.), Okinoshima Island and Related Sites in the Munakata Region. Study Report 1. 2011.
Kang, David C. 2008
War and peace in early modern East Asia: Hierarchy and legitimacy in international systems. Hanover: Dartmouth College 2008.
Kaputu, Felix Ulombe 2010
„Global shamanism in context: Itako (from Osorezan, Aomori, Japan) and Mikishi (Lake Mweru, Katanga, Democratic Republic of Congo).“ International Christian University Publications 3-A, Asian Cultural Studies 36 (2010), S. 151-200.
Karatani Kōjin 1995
„Nationalism and Ecriture.“ Surfaces 5/201 (1995), S. 4-25.
Kasulis, Thomas 2011
„Dōgen.“ In: Heisig, James, Thomas Kasulis und John Maraldo (Hg.), Japanese Philosophy. A Sourcebook. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2011.
Katō, Genchi, Hoshino Hikoshiro (Ü.) 1926
Kogoshūi: Gleanings from ancient stories. Tokyo: Meiji Japan Society 1926. (Exzerpt, JHTI Version, Onlineversion.)
Katō, Hidetoshi 1981
„The significance of the period of national seclusion reconsidered.“ Journal of Japanese Studies 7/1 (1981), S. 85-109. (Exzerpt.)
Katō, Shigetaka (Eiken Chemical Co., Ltd. (Hg.).) 2009
„‚Etai no shirenai mono e no obie‘ kara ‚shirete anshin‘ e: Dai ikkai ‚hito wa etai no shirenai mono ni obieru‘.“ Modern Media モダンメディア, Vol.55/12 (2009), S. 243-247. (Exzerpt From ‚fear of the unknown‘ to ‚known peace of mind‘: At first ‚People are frightened by strange things‘.)
Katō, Takahisa (Hg.) 1997
Shinsōsai daijiten. Tokyo: Ebisu Kōshō 1997.
Katō, Takashi 2010
„Edo shimin to Kaisai Kanamachi-mura no Handa Inari.“ Kokuritsu rekishiminzoku hakubutsukan kenkyū hōkoku 国立歴史民俗博物館研究報告 155 (2010), S. 59–85. (Exzerpt.)
Kawashima, Ikuo 2012
„Chūgoku rekishi koten geki kokō: Koshi geki 'chō bunka Mitsugu tsuma' o megutte.“ Tōkyō Gaikokugo Daigaku ronshū 84 (2012), S. 101–125.
Kawazoe, Shōji 1990
„Japan and East Asia.“ In: Kozo Yamamura (Hg.), The Cambridge History of Japan, Vol. 3. Cambridge, et al.: Cambridge University Press 1990, S. 396-446. (Exzerpt Ü.: G. Cameron Hurst III.)
Keene, Donald 1966
„The Portrait of Ikkyū.“ Archives of Asian Art 20 (1966), S. 54-65.
Kelsey, W. Michael 1981
„The raging deity in Japanese mythology.“ Asian Folklore Studies, Vol. 40, No. 2 (1981), S. 213-236.
Kenney, Elisabeth 2000
„Shinto funerals in the Edo period.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 27/3-4 (2000), S. 239-271.
Kenney, Elisabeth, Edmund T. Gilday 2000
„Mortuary rites in Japan. Editors' introduction..“ Japanese Journal of Religios Studies. 27/3-4 (2000), S. 163-178.
Khosrawipour, Veria, Jacek Bania, Hirohito Ichii, Tanja Khosrawipour, Piotr Kocbach, Hien Lau, Agata Mikolajczyk 2020
„Failure in initial stage containment of global COVID‐19 epicenters.“ Medical Virology 92/7 (2020), S. 863-867.
Kikuchi, Ichiro 1997
„Hansen's disease in Japan: A brief history.“ International journal of dermatology, 1997, Vol.36 (8) (1997), S. 629-633. (Exzerpt.)
Kiley, Cornelius 1977
„Uji and kabane in ancient Japan.“ Monumenta Nipponica 32/3 (1977), S. 365-376.
Kimura, Keiko 2012
„The other self as a spirit: The noh play “Aoi-no-Ue (Lady Aoi)”.“ International Journal of the Humanities 9/9 (2012), S. 158-165.
Kiple, Kenneth F. 1993
The Cambridge world history of human disease. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1993.
Kirkland, J. Russell 1981
„The ,horseriders‘ in Korea: A critical evaluation of a historical theory.“ Korean Studies 5 (1981), S. 109-128. (Exzerpt.)
Kita, Sadakichi 1998
„Shichifukujin no seiritsu.“ In: Miyata Noboru (Hg.), Shichifukujin shinkō jiten. Tokyo: Ebisu Kōshō Shuppan 1998, S. 298–307. (Erschienen 1935. S.a. Exzerpt.)
Kitagawa, Hiroshi (Ü.) 1975
The tale of the Heike. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press 1975.
Kitagawa, Joseph M. 1988
„Some remarks on shintō.“ History of Religions, Vol.27(3) (1988), S. 227-245.
Kitagawa, Joseph M. 1988
„Introduction to "The Shintō world of the 1880s".“ History of Religions, Vol. 27, No. 3 (1988), S. 321-325.
Kitagawa, Joseph M. 1990
„Some reflections on Japanese religion and its relationship to the imperial system.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies Vol. 17, No. 2/3 (1990), S. 129-178.
Kitanaka, Junko 2012
Depression in Japan: Psychiatric cures for a society in distress. New Jersey: Princeton University Press 2012. (Exzerpt.)
Kiuchi, Gyō 1980
„Ennin's Ideas on Buddhist Disciplinary Practices.“ Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies (Indogaku Bukkyogaku Kenkyu), Vol 28 (2) (1980), S. 745-750.
Klein, Susan Blakeley 2002
Allegories of desire: Esoteric literary commentaries of medieval Japan. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press 2002.
Kleine, Christoph 2015
„Biography and hagiography: Japan.“ In: Jonathan A. Silk, Oskar von Hinüber, Vincent Eltschinger (Hg.), Brill's Encyclopedia of Buddhism, Volume One: Literature and Languages. Leiden, Boston: Brill 2015, S. 744–52.
Klicpera, Christian 2009
Einführung in die Psychopathologie. Wien: Facultas.WUV 2009.
Knecht, Peter 2004
„Japanese shamanism.“ In: Mariko Namba Walter und Eva Jane Neumann Fridman (Hg.), Shamanism: An Encyclopedia of World Beliefs, Practices, and Culture. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio 2004, S. 674-681.
Knott, Kim 1998
Hinduism: A very short introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press 1998.
Kobayashi, Akiko, Miwa Uefuji, Washiro Yasumo 2008
„History and progress of Japanese acupuncture.“ Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (2008), S. 7(3)359–365.
Kobayashi, Heather H. 2013
The miko and the itako: The role of women in contemporary Shinto ritual. Senior Capstone Projects 2013. (Exzerpt Bachelor Thesis.)
Kobayashi, Shigefumi 2010
Sawara-shinnō onryō-gensetsu no hatsumei.“ Shigaku 史学 (The historical science) 79/3 (2010), S. 211-244. (Exzerpt (The invention of the discourse on the vengeful spirit of Imperial Prince Sawara).)
Kohn, George C. 1995
Encyclopedia of plague and pestilence: From ancient times to the present. New York: Facts On File 1995.
Kohn, Livia 2020
Daoism: A contemporary philosophical investigation. London und New York: Routledge 2020.
Koike, Junichi 2004
„Gozu tennō engi no tenkai: Onmyōdō no minzoku-shō toshite.“ Shūkyō kenkyū 宗教研究 77/4 (2004), S. 1168–1169. (The Development of Gozu Tenno Engi: Onmyōdō in Folk Culture.)
Koike, Junichi 2009
„Kawamura Minato-cho, Gozu tennō to sominshōrai densetsu - kesareta kotogamitachi.“ Shūkyō kenkyū 宗教研究 83/1 (2009), S. 210–215. (Kawamura Minato, Gozu Tenno and Legends of Somin Shorai.)
Kollmar-Paulenz, Karénina 2003
„Buddhism in Mongolia after 1990.“ Journal of Global Buddhism 4 (2003), S. 18-34. (Exzerpt.)
Komatsu Hideo 小松秀雄 2007
Gion Matsuri. Yamabokochō no hitobito no kokoroiki: Kikitori chōsa to shiryō chōsa o chūshin ni. 2007. (Exzerpt.)
Komatsu, Kazuhiko 1987
„The Dragon palace child: An anthropological and sociohistorical approach.“ Current Anthropology 28/4 (1987), S. 31-39. (Supplement: An Anthropological Profile of Japan.)
Komatsu Shigemi 小松 茂美 1991
Kitano Tenjin engi. (Zoku Nihon no emaki, Bd. 15.) Tōkyō: Chūō Kōronsha 1991.
Kondo, Osamu 1985
„Japan and the Indian Ocean at the time of the Mughal Empire, with special reference to Gujarat.“ Faculty of Letters review, Otemon Gakuin University 追手門学院大学文学部紀要 19 (1985), S. 53-65.
Kongthai, Phakawan 2012
„o-mamori ni mirkamiu nihonjin no inori (Der Glauben von Japaner*innen an o-mamori).“ Kōchi daigaku ryūgakusei kyōiku 高知大学留学生教育, 2012-03, Vol.6 (2012), S. 115-139.
Kosoto, Hiroshi 2016
„Kako kara no messeeji. Chūgoku nihon no dentō igaku.“ Farumashia 52/6 (2016), S. 510-514. (Exzerpt Botschaft aus der Vergangenheit. Chinesisch-japanische traditionelle Medizin.)
Kotani Satoshi 小谷 敏 1997
„Sonshi wa, warera ga dōjidainin: Asahara Shōkō to 70nendai no seishun.“ Kikan shakaigakubu henshū 季刊社会学部編集 15(4) (1997), S. 41-80.
Kramrisch, Stella 1965
„Three Nepali paintings.“ Philadelphia Museum of Art bulletin 60/285 (1965), S. 65-76.
Krappe, Alexander H. 1944
„Far eastern fox lore.“ California Folklore Quaterly 3/2 (1944), S. 124-147.
Kuchta, Kenny 2019
„Traditional Japanese kampo medicine – History of ideas and practice Part 1: From ancient shamanic practice to the medical academies of Edo.“ Traditional & Kampo Medicine 6/2 (2019), S. 49-56.
Kurahashi, Yumiko, Marc Sebastian-Jones 2008
„Two tales from, cruel fairy tales for adults‘.“ Marvels & Tales 22/1, Erotic Tales (2008), S. 171-182.
Kurata, Haruo 2011
„Zenkō-ji sōken setsuwa to Shō Kannon-kyō: Vaisharī chibyō setswa o chūshin ni.“ Shinshū Daigaku Jinbun Shakai Kagaku Kenkyū 5 信州大学人文社会科学研究 (2011), S. 62-78. (Exzerpt.)
Kurebayashi Kodo 榑林こど 1958
„Dōgen Zenji no sōchōzen hihan.“ Indogaku Bukkyōgaku Kenkyū 印度學佛教學研究 7(1) (1958), S. 294-297.
Kuroda Toshio 1981
„Shinto in the history of Japanese religion.“ Journal of Japanese Studies 7/1 (1981), S. 1-22. (Ü. von J. Dobbins und S. Gay.)
Kuroda Toshio 1996
„The world of spirit pacification: Issues of state and religion.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 23/3-4 (1996), S. 321-51. (Ü. ins Englische von A. Grapard; wichtig im Zus.h. mit Goryō-Kult.)
Kuroda, Toshio 1996
„The discourse on the ,Land of kami‘ (Shinkoku) in medieval Japan: National consciousness and international awareness.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 23/3-4 (1996), S. 353-385. (Exzerpt.)
Kyburz, Josef 1994
„,Omocha‘: Things to play (or not to play) with.“ Asian Folklore Studies 53/1 (1994), S. 1-28.
Kühne, Carl 1873
Beiträge zur Erklärung der Symptome im stadium algidum der asiatischen Cholera: Inaugural-Dissertation. Halle: Druck v. Plötz 1873.
Kōriyama, Naoshi, Bruce Allen (Ü.) 2015
Japanese tales from times past: Stories of fantasy and folklore from the Konjaku monogatari shu. Tokyo: Tuttle Publishing 2015.
Lancaster, Lewis R. 1974
„Discussion of time in Mahāyāna texts.“ Philosophy East and West 24/2 (1974), S. 209-214.
Lane, Kris 2016
Pillaging the empire: Global piracy on the high seas, 1500 - 1750. New York: Routledge 2016. (Zweite Auflage. Auflage. Erste Auflage 1967.)
Law, Jane Marie 1994
„Violence, ritual reenactment, and ideology: The ,Hōjō-e‘ of the Usa Hachiman Shrine in Japan.“ History of Religions 33/4 (1994), S. 325-357. (Exzerpt.)
Law, Jane Marie 1997
Puppets of nostalgia: The life, death, and rebirth of the Japanese awaji ningyō tradition. Princeton: Princeton University Press 1997. ( Exzerpt.)
Ledyard, Gari 1975
„Galloping along with the horseriders: Looking for the founders of Japan.“ Journal of Japanese Studies 1/2 (1975), S. 217–254.
Lee, Kenneth Doo Young 2007
The prince and the monk: Shōtoku worship in Shinran’s Buddhism. New York: State University of New York Press 2007.
Lee, Sherman E. 1993
„Yan Hui, Zhong Kui, demons and the New Year.“ Artibus Asiae, Vol. 53(1/2) (1993), S. 211-227.
Lewin, Bruno 1965-1966
„Die japanischen Beziehungen zu den Emishi um das Jahr 800.“ Oriens 18/19 (1965-1966), S. 304-326.
Lewis, Ioan Myrddin 1971
Ecstatic religion: A study of shamanism and spirit possession. New York: Routledge 1971. (3. Auflage. Erste Auflage 1971.)
Leßmann, Dardo 1999
Die Schule des Reinen Landes als eine Antwort auf ihre Zeit: Kontextuelle und perspektivische Betrachtung einer Schulgründung im Buddhismus.. Bonn: Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität 1999. (Magisterarbeit.)
Lifton, Robert Jay 2005
„Aum Shinrikyo: The threshold crossed.“ Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma 9(1-2) (2005), S. 57-66.
Lillehoj, Elizabeth 1995
„Man-made objects as demons in Japanese scrolls.“ Asian Folklore Studies, Vol. 54 (1) (1995), S. 7-34.
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