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kojiki

Means “records of ancient matters.” It is one of the sacred Shinto scriptures.
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61) El sintoismo ([TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII], Sinto, literalmente <<camino de los dioses>>) es la religion aborigen de Japon, que se basa en el culto animista hacia la naturaleza; su cosmogonia puede consultarse en el Kojiki (723 d.
720), of the version of history in the Kojiki [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (712), and of passages from other contemporary writings, such as the fudoki [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (provincial records) and Kaifuso [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], to demonstrate that these texts portray disparate imperial imaginaries collected around the figure of the imperial sovereign Tenchi and the line of rulers descended from him.
According to Kojiki (712 AD, the oldest Japanese record), upset by the behavior of her younger brother Susano-wo, Amaterasu hid in a cave, and only an elaborate ritual, which included divination, the creation and use of special ritual objects, as well as the ecstatic performance of a shamanistic dance by another goddess, Ame-no-Uzume, could make her come out and save the world from eternal darkness.
This vision that can be found in the oldest book in Japan titled Kojiki compiled a little earlier than the abovementioned Nihon Shoki, has nothing nationalistic; it has nothing to do with politics.
This volume surveys major writers and works in Japanese literature from the 712 CE publication of The Kojiki to contemporary authors.
During the imperial rule of the 700s, the Kojiki, which was "the Japanese version of the biblical Genesis," was written.
Japanese mythology recorded in the oldest book of Japan titled Kojiki, Records of Ancient Matters (1) compiled in 712 AD indicates that Life and Death eternally coexist, facing each other.
The first descriptions of onsen appear in ancient Japanese history books such as the Kojiki and Nihonshoki.
55) The oldest sacred text belonging to the Shintoist faith, Kojiki, was written in 721, and it was a compilation in three volumes of Japan's "ancient deeds," with the aim of presenting the genealogy of the gods, from the ones who had created the archipelago to the forefathers of the imperial house in Yamato, presided over by the sun goddess Amaterasu O-mikami ("the Great deity that lights up the sky").
41) Similar to his lecture on Japanese fiction, Zhou provides a brief historic overview of Japanese verse, from the Kojiki [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] of the eighth century to the poetry in free verse of the present, and explains the different verse forms and conventions used over time.
En Shimane se encuentra uno de los templos mas venerados y visitados del pais, el Izumo Taisha, a 650 kilometros de Tokio y escenario de varios pasajes del libro de cronicas mas antiguo de Japon, el Kojiki o "Libro de las Escrituras Antiguas ", que cumple su 1.
For example, the biblical accounts of creation and the Christ are mythic and symbolic in much the same way as are stories in the Kojiki of Shintoism and the Jataka Tales of Buddhism.