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Ōbayashi, Taryō 1960
„Die Amaterasu-Mythe im alten Japan und die Sonnenfinsternismythe in Südostasien.“ Ethnos 1960/1–2 (1960), S. 20–43.
Ōbayashi, Taryō 1966
„Origins of Japanese mythology: Especially of the myths of the origin of death.“ In: Ōbayashi Taryō, et al. (Hg.), Folk Cultures of Japan and East Asia. (Monumenta Nipponica Monographs 25.) Tokyo: Sophia University 1966, S. 1–15.
Ōbayashi, Taryō 1977
„The origins of Japanese mythology.“ Acta Asiatica 31 (1977), S. 1–23.
Ōbayashi, Taryō, Yoshio Watanabe 1982
Ise und Izumo: Die Schreine des Shintoismus. Freiburg: Herder 1982.
Ōbayashi, Taryō 1984
„Japanese Myths of Descent from Heaven and their Korean Parallels.“ Asian Folklore Studies 43/2 (1984), S. 171-184. (Exzerpt.)
Oda Akiyuki 織田顕行 2011
„Kasuga mandara no ichijirei: Iidashi kojinzō kasuga shaji mandara ni tsuite.“ Iidashi bijutsu hakubutsukan kenkyū kiyō 21 (2011), S. 17–39. (Exzerpt.)
Odō, Shūji 2013
„Hikari no wa ni okeru Ōmu Shinrikyō (Arefu) no sōkatsu to sabetsuka.“ Religion & society 19 (2013), S. 131-138. (Exzerpt.)
Ohnuki-Tierney, Emiko 1984
Illness and culture in contemporary Japan: An anthropological view. Madison: Cambridge University Press 1984.
Ohnuki-Tierney, Emiko 1991
„The emperor of Japan as deity (kami).“ Ethnology 30/3 (1991), S. 199-215. (Exzerpt.)
Okao, Masahide 1999
„Tenrikyō ga hassei shita jōken.“ Nenpō ningen kagaku 20–2 (1999), S. 475–490. (Exzerpt.)
Okuyama Michiaki 2009
„The Yasukuni shrine problem in the East Asian context: Religion and politics in modern Japan.“ The Politics and Religion Journal 3/2 (2009), S. 235-251. (Exzerpt.)
Ono, Kazuteru 2000
Shinsōsai sōgō daijiten. Yūzankaku Shuppan 2000.
Ooms, Herman 2009
Imperial politics and symbolics in ancient Japan: The Tenmu dynasty, 650 - 800. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2009.
Ōta, Toshihiro 2011
„Ōmu Shinrikyō no Kōzō: Romanshugi, zentaishugi, genrishugi.“ Shūkyō kenkyū 宗教研究 84(4) (2011), S. 1147-1148.
Ōtō Tokihiko 大藤時彦 1963
„The taboos of fishermen.“ In: Dorson, Richard Mercer (Hg.), Studies in Japanese Folklore. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 1963, S. 107-121.
Ōtsuka, Nobuo 2008
„Shō kanzeon bosatsu shōbuku dokugai darani ju-kyō ni okeru shoki mikkyō no tokuchō- upasēna biku setsuwa o chūshin to shite.“ Kōyasan Daigaku Mikkyō Bunka Kenkyū-jo kiyō 21 高野山大学密教文化研究所紀要 (2008), S. 162—188.
Ouwehand, Cornelius 1958
„Some Notes on the God Susa-no-o.“ Monumenta Nipponica 14/3/4 (1958), S. 384-407. (Exzerpt.)
Oyler, Elizabeth 2006
Swords, oaths and prophetic visions: Authoring warrior rule in medieval Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2006.
Oyler, Elizabeth 2008
„The nue and other monsters in Heike monogatari.“ Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, Vol. 68, No. 2 (2008), S. 1-32. (Exzerpt.)
Ozaki, Yei Theodora 1903
The Japanese fairy book. New York: E.P. Dutton 1903.
Ozaki, Yei Theodora 2014
Japanese fairy tales. Auckland: The Floating Press 2014.
Palmer, Edwina 1991
„Land of the rising sun: The predominant east-west axis among the early Japanese.“ Monumenta Nipponica 46/1 (1991), S. 69-90.
Palmer, Edwina 2001
„Calming the killing "kami": The supernatural, nature and culture in "fudoki".“ Japan Review, No. 13 (2001), S. 3-31.
Palmer, Edwina 2007
„A striking tale of weaving taboos and divine retribution: A reinterpretation of the Asauchiyama myth in "Harima fudoki".“ Asian Folklore Studies 66/1&2 (2007), S. 223‐232.
Palmer, Edwina 2016
Harima fudoki: A record of ancient Japan reinterpreted, translated, annotated, and with commentary. (Brill’s Japanese Studies Library 51.) Leiden: Brill 2016.
Palmer, Jesse Dalton 2009
Searching for the law: Ennin's journal as a key to the Heian appropriation of Tang culture. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing 2009. (Dissertation.)
Pang, Carolyn 2013
„Uncovering Shikigami: The Search for the Spirit Servant of Onmyōdō.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 40/1 (2013), S. 99-129.
Paramore, Kiri 2016
Japanese Confucianism: a cultural history. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2016.
Paramore, Kiri 2017
„Chinese medicine, Western medicine and Confucianism: Japanese state medicine and the knowledge cosmopolis of early modern East Asia.“ Journal of early modern history,2017-06, Vol.21 (3) (2017), S. 241-269. (2017-06, Vol.21 (3). Auflage.)
Petrucci, Maria Grazia 2010
„Pirates, Gunpowder, and Christianity in Late Sixteenth-Century Japan.“ 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. 59-71. (Exzerpt.)
Pfoundes, C. 1882
„Notes on the history of the eastern adventure, exploration, and discovery, and foreign intercourse with Japan.“ Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 10 (1882), S. 82-92.
Phillips, Quitman Eugene 2019
„Kano Motonobu’s Shuten Dōji Emaki and anti-demon rituals in late medieval Japan.“ Japan review: Journal of the International Research Center for Japanese Studies 32 (2019), S. 45–68.
Picken, Stuart D.B. 2002
Historical dictionary of Shinto. London: The Scarecrow Press 2002. (PDF ist 2te Edition.)
Piggott, Joan 1989
„Sacral kingship and confederacy in early Izumo.“ Monumenta Nipponica 44/1 (1989), S. 45-74.
Piggott, Joan R. 1997
„Yūryaku, Great King.“ In: Joan R. Piggott (Hg.), The Emergence of Japanese Kingship. Stanford: Stanford University Press 1997, S. 44-65. (Exzerpt.)
Pitelka, Morgan 2009
„The empire of things: Tokugawa Ieyasu's material legacy and cultural profile.“ Japanese Studies 29/1 (2009), S. 19-32.
Ponsonby-Fane, Richard 1962
Studies in Shintō and shrines. Kyoto: Ponsonby Memorial Society 1962. (Auflage von 2014.)
Porcu, Elisabetta 2020
„Gion Matsuri in Kyoto.“ Journal of Religion in Japan 9/1-3 (2020), S. 37-77.
Punsmann, Henry 1962
„Daruma, a symbol of luck.“ Folklore Studies 21 (1962), S. 241-244.
Qiu, Peipei 2001
„Aesthetic of Unconventionality: Fūryū in Ikkyū's Poetry.“ Japanese Language and Literature 25/2 (2001), S. 135-156.
Quejada, Ellen 1998
Phallic whorship in Japan: Celebrating the phallus. Ann Arbor: UMI 1998. (UMI Kopie einer unveröffentlichten Magisterarbeit, Exzerpt.)
Quinter, David 2008
„Emulation and erasure: Eison, Ninshō, and the Gyōki cult.“ Eastern Buddhist 39/1 (2008), S. 29-60.
Radin, Paul 1946
„Folktales of Japan as told in California.“ The Journal of American Folklore, vol. 59, no. 233 (1946), S. 289–308.
Rahmah, Yuliani 2020
„Omamori: Harmonization of humans and their environment in cultural symbols.“ E3S web of conferences, 2020-01-01, Vol.202, p.07073 (2020).
Rambelli, Fabio 1996
„Religion, ideology of domination, and nationalism: Kuroda Toshio on the discourses of shinkoku.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 23/3-4 (1996), S. 387-426. (Exzerpt.)
Rambelli, Fabio 2006
„Re-positioning the Gods: "Medieval Shintō" and the origins of non-Buddhist discourses on the kami.“ Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 16/1 (2006), S. 305-325.
Rambelli, Fabio 2009
„"Dog-men," craftspeople or living Buddhas? The status of Yamabushi in pre-modern Japanese society.“ Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 18/1 (2009), S. 123-139.
Raud, Rein 2012
„The existential moment. Rereading Dōgen's theory of time.“ Philosophy East and West 62/2 (2012), S. 153-173.
Reader, Ian 1996
A poisonous cocktail? Aum Shinrikyō's Path to Violence. Copenhagen: NIAS Publications 1996.
Reader, Ian, George J. Tanabe, Jr. 1998
Practically religious: Wordly benefits and the common religion of Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 1998.
Reader, Ian 2002
„Dramatic confrontations: Aum Shinrikyō against the world.“ In: Bromley, David G. und J. Gordon Melton (Hg.), Cults, Religion, and Violence 10. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2002, S. 189-208.
Reichl, Christopher 2011
„The globalization of a Japanese New Religion: Ethnohistory of Seichō no Ie.“ Japanese Religions Vol. 36 (2011), S. 67-82. (Exzerpt.)
Reider, Noriko T. 2005
„Shuten dōji: The drunken demon.“ Asian Folklore Studies 64/2 (2005), S. 208-210.
Reider, Noriko T. 2007
„Onmyōji: Sex, pathos, and grotesquery in Yumemakura Baku's oni.“ Asian Folklore Studies 66 (2007), S. 107-124.
Reider, Noriko T. 2010
Japanese demon lore: Oni from ancient times to the present. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press 2010.
Reitz, Karl 1943
„Der Ritus des Shintō-Gottesdienstes.“ Folklore Studies 2 (1943), S. 19-38. (Exzerpt.)
Richter, Susan 2015
Pflug und Steuerruder: Zur Verflechtung von Herrschaft und Landwirtschaft in der Aufklärung. Köln/Wien: Bohlau Verlag Gmbh & Cie 2015.
Riggs, David 2004
„The life of Menzan Zuihō, founder of Dōgen Zen.“ Japan Review 2004/16 (2004), S. 67-100.
Rinpoche, Sogyal 1996
Das tibetische Buch vom Leben und vom Sterben: Ein Schlüssel vom tieferen Verständnis vom Leben und vom Tod. BARTH O.W. Verlag 1996. (Übersetzung aus dem Englischen von Thomas Geist.)
Roemer, Michael K. 2006
„Religious tourism in Japan: Kyōto's gion festival.“ In: William H. Swatos, Jr (Hg.), On the Road to Being There. Studies in Pilgrimage and Tourism in Late Modernity. Leiden, Boston: Brill 2006, S. 187-218.
Roemer, Michael K. 2007
„Ritual participation and social support in a major Japanese festival.“ Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 46/2 (2007), S. 185 - 200. (Exzerpt.)
Roemer, Michael K. 2010
„Shinto festival involvement and sense of self in contemporary Japan.“ Japan Forum 22/3-4 (2010), S. 491-512.
Rossabi, Morris 1988
Khubilai Khan : his life and times. Berkeley, Calif. [u.a.]: Univ. of California Press 1988.
Rotermund, Hartmut O. 1965
„Die Legende des Enno-Gyōja.“ Oriens Extremus 12/2 (1965), S. 221–241.
Rotermund, Hartmut O. 1968
Die Yamabushi: Aspekte ihres Glaubens, Lebens und ihrer sozialen Funktion im japanischen Mittelalter. Hamburg: de Gruyter 1968. (Exzerpt.)
Rotermund, Hartmut 1970
„Ein Japan-Bericht aus dem Jahre 1586.“ Oriens Extremus 17/1 (1970), S. 145-177.
Rotermund, Hartmut 2001
„Demonic affliction or contagious disease? Changing perceptions of smallpox in the late Edo period.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 28/3–4 (2001), S. 373–398.
Rotermund, Hartmut O. 2005
„Illness illustrated: Socio-historical dimensions of late Edo measles pictures.“ In: Susanne Formanek und Sepp Linhart (Hg.), Written Texts – Visual Texts. Woodblock-printed Media from Premodern Japan. Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing 2005, S. 251–282.
Rubies, Joan-Pau 2012
„Real and imaginary dialogues in the jesuit mission of sixteenth-century Japan.“ Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 55/2-3 (2012), S. 447-494.
Ruch, Barbara 1971
„Origins of the companion library: An anthology of medieval Japanese stories.“ Monumenta Nipponica 30/3 (1971), S. 593-610.
Ruppert, Brian 2000
Jewel in the ashes: Buddha relics and power in early medieval Japan. Honolulu: Uniersity of Hawai'i Press 2000.
Sacamano, James, Donna Paproski 2020
„Medicine Buddha: A transdual self-model meditation to support healthcare practitioners.“ Journal of religion and health 59/3 (2020), S. 1597-1609.
Sadler, A. W. 1973
„Views and reviews: Thoughts on Kawabata's "Meijin".“ The Eastern Buddhist Society, Vol. 6, No. 1 (May 1973) (1973), S. 158-160.
Saeki, Kōji 2012
„Chūsei toshi Hakata no sōchinshu to Hakozakigū.“ Shibuchi 史淵 149 (2012), S. 1-20.
Saitō, Hideki 2012
„The worship of Gozu Tennō and the ritual world of the Izanagi-ryū.“ Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 21/1 (2012), S. 277-301. (Exzerpt Übersetzung ins Englische: Giorgio Premoselli.)
Sajima, Naoko, Kyochi Tachikawa 2009
Japanese sea power: A maritime nation’s struggle for identity. Canberra: Sea Power Centre 2009.
Sakade, Florence 2008
Urashima Tarō: And other Japanese children's favorite Stories. Tokyo: Tuttle 2008. (Illustrationen von Yoshio Hayashi.)
Sakaguchi Kayoko 坂口香代子 2009
Nozawaonsen no dōsojinmatsuri: Dentou aru himatsuri o kaeru gendaihan "sanyankou". 2009. (Exzerpt.)
Sakai, Shizu 1977
„A history of ophthalmology before the opening of Japan.“ Nihon ishigaku zasshi 23/1 (1977), S. 19–43.
Sakamaki, Shunzō 1967
„The Heike: From defeat at Dannoura to a golden age in Ryūkyū?“ The Journal of Asian Studies 27/1 (1967), S. 115-122.
Sakamoto, Koremaru 1987
„Nihongata seikyō kankei no keisei katei.“ In: Inoue Nobutaka, Sakamoto Koremaru (Hg.), Nihongata seikyō kankei no tanjō. Tokyo: Daiichi Shobō 1987, S. 5–82.
Sakanishi, Shio 1935
„The magic holly in Japanese literature.“ Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol.55 (4) (1935), S. 444-450.
Sakurada Katsunori 桜田勝徳 1963
„The Ebisu-gami in fishing villages.“ In: Dorson, Richard Mercer (Hg.), Studies in Japanese Folklore. Bloomington: Indiana University Press 1963, S. 122-132.
Sanford, James H. 1980
„Mandalas of the heart. Two prose works by Ikkyū Sōjun.“ Monumenta Nipponica 35/3 (1980), S. 273-298.
Sangren, Steven P. 1983
„Female gender in Chinese religious symbols: Kuan Yin, Ma Tsu, and the 'Eternal Mother'.“ Signs, Vol. 9, No. 1, Women and Religion (Autumn, 1983) (1983), S. 4-25.
Sasaki, Randall J. 2011
The archaeological investigation of “kamikaze”: The Mongol invasion of Japan. 2011. (The 2011 Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage Proceedings.)
Sasamori, Takefusa 1997
„Therapeutic rituals performed by itako (Japanese blind female shamans).“ The World of Music 39/1 (1997), S. 85-96.
Satow, Ernest Mason 1875
„The revival of pure Shin-tau.“ Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan III (Part I) (1875), S. 1-87. (Appendix.)
Satow, Ernest Mason 1878
„The mythology and religious worship of the ancient Japanese.“ Westminster Review (1878), S. 27-57. (Der Artikel verrät nicht den Namen des Autors, aber Ernest Satow wird als sein Autor in dem Artikel "Apanncient Jaese Rituals Part IV" von Karl Florenz (obwohl er statt 1878 das Jahr 1898 als Jahr der Veröffentlichung angibt) und in "The Shinto cult" von Milton S. Terry anerkannt..)
Satow, Ernest Mason 1879
„Ancient Japanese rituals: Part I.“ Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan VII (1879), S. 94-126.
Satow, Ernest Mason 1879
„Ancient Japanese rituals: Part II.“ Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan VII (1879), S. 393-434.
Satow, Ernest Mason 1881
„Ancient Japanese rituals: Part III.“ Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan IX (1881), S. 188-211.
Satō, Hiroo 1999
„Nichiren´s view of nation and religion.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 26/3-4 (1999), S. 307-323.
Satō, Masatoshi 2014
„Kanshin-ji Nyoirin Kannon-zō saikō.“ Bijutsu kenkyū (The Journal of Art Studies) 413 (2014), S. 1–18. (Exzerpt Eine Neubetrachtung des Nyoirin Kannon im Kanshin-ji.)
Sawa, Ryūken 1943
„Jūichi men kannon no hyōgen ni tsuite.“ Mikkyō Kenkyū 密教研究 84 (1943), S. 57–79.
Schalk, Peter, Max Deeg, Oliver Freiberger, Christoph Kleine, Astrid van Nahl (Hg.) 2010
Geschichten und Geschichte: Historiographie und Hagiographie in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis 2010.
Schattschneider, Ellen 2001
„Buy me a bride: Death and exchange in Northern Japanese bride-doll marriage.“ American ethnologist 28/4 (2001), S. 854-880.
Schauwecker, Detlef 1984
Zur Choleraepidemie in Japan (2. Folge). Suita: Kansai University Institutional Repository 1984.
Scheid, Bernhard 2001
Der eine und einzige Weg der Götter: Yoshida Kanetomo und die Erfindung des Shinto. Wien: Verl. d. Österr. Akad. d. Wiss. 2001.
Scheid, Bernhard 2012
„Shinto shrines: Traditions and transformations.“ In: John Nelson, Inken Prohl (Hg.), Handbook of Contemporary Japanese Religions. Leiden: Brill 2012.
Scheid, Bernhard 2012
„‚May the leaves and twigs of my descendants bloom forever‘: Posthumous deification among political rulers in pre-modern Japan.“ In: Karl-Heinz Spieß, Immo Warntjes (Hg.), Death at Court. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2012, S. 321–338. (Exzerpt.)
Scheid, Bernhard (Hg.) 2013
Kami Ways in Nationalist Territory: Shinto Studies in Prewar Japan and the West. Wien: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften 2013.
Scheid, Bernhard 2013
„Sich selbst (nicht) genügend: Das Alter aus Sicht buddhistischer Quellen des japanischen Mittelalters.“ In: Karl Baier und Franz Winter (Hg.), Das Alter in den Religionen. Wien, Berlin: Lit Verlag 2013, S. 76–102.
Scheid, Bernhard 2014
„Shōmu Tennō and the Deity from Kyushu: Hachiman’s Initial Rise to Prominence.“ Japan Review 27 (2014) (2014), S. 31–51.
Scheid, Bernhard 2014
„Wer schützt wen? Hachimanismus, Buddhismus und Tennōismus im Altertum.“ Asiatische Studien 68/1 (2014) (2014), S. 263–284.
Scheid, Bernhard 2020
„Death and Pollution as a Common Matrix of Japanese Buddhism and Shintō.“ In: Veronika Wieser, Vincent Eltschinger, Johann Heiss (Hg.), Cultures of Eschatology, Volume 2: Time, Death and Afterlife in Medieval Christian, Islamic and Buddhist Communities. Berlin: De Gruyter 2020, S. 528–545.
Scherer, Elisabeth 2011
Spuk der Frauenseele: Weibliche Geister im japanischen Film und ihre kulturhistorischen Ursprünge. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag 2011. (Exzerpt.)
Schilbrack, Kevin 2000
„Metaphysics in Dōgen.“ Philosophy East and West 50/1 (2000), S. 34-55.
Schneider, Roland 2000
„Pinsel, Schwert und Mönchsgewand: Das Heike monogatari als literarisches Werk.“ In: Franziska Ehmcke und Heinz-Dieter Reese (Hg.), Von Helden, Mönchen und Frauen: Die Welt des japanischen Heike-Epos. Köln: Böhlau 2000, S. 11-32.
Scholz, Stanca 1991
Aspekte des mittelalterlichen Synkretismus im Bild des Tenman Tenjin im Nō. (59.) Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag 1991. (Exzerpt.)
Schönberger, Sarah Allegra 2012
Kriegsglück und Reichtum: Zur ikonographischen Transformation Bishamon-tens. Indien – Japan. Wien 2012. (Unveröffentlichte Masterarbeit, Universität Wien.)
Schönemann, Nina 2011
„Pilgerfahrten zu den Sieben Glücksgöttern: Religiöse Praxis und „Materielle Religion“ im gegenwärtigen Japan.“ Transformierte Buddhismen 2/2011 (2011), S. 79-99.
Seidensticker, Edward G., Murasaki Shikibu (Ü.) 1976
The Tale of Genji. New York: Knopf 1976. (1. Auflage. Auflage.)
Sekido, Gyokai 2012
„Nichiren no hokke bukkyō to shingon mikkyō.“ Journal of Indian and Buddhist studies 60(2) (2012), S. 636-642.
Seoh, M. S. 1969
„A brief documentary survey of Japanese pirate activities in Korea in the 13th—15th centuries.“ Journal of Korean Studies 1/1 (1969), S. 23 – 39.
Seyock, Barbara 2005
„Pirates and traders on Tsushima Island during the late 14th to early 16th century: as seen from historical and archaeological perspectives.“ In: Angela Schottenhammer (Hg.), Trade and Transfer across the East Asian 'Mediterranean'. (East Asian Maritime History, vol. 1.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2005, S. 91–124.
Shapinsky, Peter 2007
„With the sea as their domain. Pirates and maritime lordship in medieval Japan.“ In: Jerry Bentley u.a. (Hg.), Seascapes. Maritime histories, littoral cultures, and transoceanic exchanges. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i 2007, S. 221 – 238.. (Exzerpt.)
Shapinsky, Peter D. 2009
„Predators, protectors, and purveyors: pirates and commerce in Late Medieval Japan.“ Monumenta Nipponica 64/2 (2009), S. 273–313. (Exzerpt.)
Shapinsky, Peter D. 2010
„From sea bandits to sea lords: Nonstate violence and pirate identities in fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Japan.“ 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. 27-41. (Exzerpt.)
Shapinsky, Peter D. 2014
Lords of the sea: Pirates, violence, and commerce in late medieval Japan. Ann Arbor, Michigan: The Univ. of Michigan 2014. (S.a. Exzerpt.)
Shigeta, Shin'ichi, Thompson, Luke 2012
„Onmyōdō and the aristocratic culture of everyday life in Heian Japan.“ Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 21 (2012), S. 65-77.
Shigeta, Shin'ichi 2013
„A portrait of Abe no Seimei.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 40/1 (2013), S. 77-97.
Shimazono Susumu 島薗進, Regan E. Murphy (Übersetzung) 2009
„State Shinto in the lives of the people: The establishment of emperor worship, modern nationalism, and shrine Shinto in late Meiji.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 36/1 (2009), S. 93-124. (Exzerpt.)
Shimizu, Yumiko 2020
„Raigō setsuwa no tenkai: Engyōbon Heike monogatari o chūshin ni.“ 紀要論文 103 (2020), S. 48-65. (Exzerpt.)
Shuho, Zuikei, Charlotte von Verschuer 2002
„Japan’s foreign relations 1200 to 1392 AD:: A translation from “Zenrin Kokuhōki.”.“ Monumenta Nipponica 57/4 (2002), S. 413 – 445.
Sivin, Nathan 2015
„Recent publications on Shen Kuo's Mengxi bitan (brush talks from dream brook).“ East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine, 2015, Vol.2015(42) (2015), S. 93–102.
Smits, Gregory 2009
„Warding off calamity in Japan: A comparison of the 1855 catfish prints and the 1862 measles prints.“ East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine 30 (2009), S. 9-31.
Smyers, Karen A. 1996
„My own Inari: The personalization of the deity in Inari worship.“ Japanese Journal Of Religious Studies 23/1-2 (1996). (Exzerpt.)
Smyers, Karen A. 1997
„Inari pilgrimage: Following one's path on the mountain.“ Japanese Journal Of Religious Studies 24/3-4 (1997), S. 427-452. (Exzerpt.)
Sosnoski, Daniel 1996
Introduction of Japanese culture. London: Tuttle Publishing Co. 1996.
Staemmler, Birgit 2009
Chinkon kishin: Mediated spirit possession in Japanese new religions. Berlin, Münster: Lit 2009.
Steiner, Evgeny 2014
Zen-Life: Ikkyū and beyond. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2014.
Stockdale, Jonathan 2018
Imagining exile in Heian Japan: Banishment in law, literature, and cult. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2018.
Stone, Jacqueline I. 1999
„Placing Nichiren in the "Big Picture": Some Ongoing Issues in Scholarship.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 26/3-4 (1999), S. 383-421.
Stone, Jacqueline I. 1999
„Review article: Biographical studies of Nichiren.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 26/3-4 (1999), S. 441-458.
Stone, Jacqueline I. 2014
„The Atsuhara affair: The Lotus Sutra, persecution, and religious identity in the early Nichiren tradition.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 41/1 (2014), S. 153-189.
Strickmann, Michel, Bernard Faure 2002
Chinese magical medicine. Stanford: Stanford University Press 2002.
Sueki, Fumihiko 1999
„Nichiren´s problematic works.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 26/3-4 (1999), S. 261-280.
Suralik, Peter 2021
„Krankheiten im japanischen Altertum: Ein historischer Überblick.“ In: Bernhard Scheid (Hg.), Kamigraphie. Universität Wien 2021.
Suzuki, Akihito 2011
Smallpox and the epidemiological heritage of modern Japan: Towards a total history.“ Medical History, Vol.55/3 (2011), S. 313-318.
Suzuki, Keiko 1996
„Rezension: zu Miyata 1995 Namazue: Shinsai to nihon bunka.“ Asian Folklore Studies 55/2 (1996), S. 355-356.
Suzuki, Kenkō 2018
„Ganzan Daishi engi emaki kara miru ryōdaishi shinkō: Kinsei Tendai kōsō eden no seiritsu to Tenkai no ikō.“ Journal of Kyoto Seika University, No.52 (2018), S. 2-29. (Exzerpt.)
Suzuki, Kōtaro 2013
„Gozu tennō engi ni kansuru kisoteki kenkyū.“ Ritsumeikan bungaku 立命館文学 630 (2013), S. 754–762. (An Introductory Study of 'Gozu-tenno-engi'.)
Suzuki, Yui 2011
Medicine master Buddha: The Iiconic worship of Yakushi in Heian Japan. Leiden: Brill 2011. (3. Auflage. Auflage. Exzerpt.)
Swanger, Eugene R., K. Peter Takayama 1981
„A preliminary examination of the "omamori" phenomenon.“ Asian Folklore Studies , 1981, Vol. 40, No. 2 (1981) (1981), S. 237-252.
Swanson, Paul L. 1981
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