Origin of Shinto
Examples from the Web for shinto
Neither in Shinto nor in popular Buddhism is the conception formed of a primal fount of all being with its nature and laws.
Nor did it admit the practical existence of gods or their power in this world, as Shinto believed.
Certain temples are maintained from public funds and certain official religious functions take place in Shinto edifices.The Empire of the East|H. B. Montgomery
If the temple be a Shinto place of worship the priests are considered descendants of the Sun.Seven Legs Across the Seas|Samuel Murray
We had begun our festival day at six in the morning by attending a celebration at the Shinto shrine.The Foundations of Japan|J.W. Robertson Scott
Word Origin for Shinto
native religious system of Japan, 1727, from Chinese shin tao "way of the gods," from shin "god, gods, spirit" + tao "way, path, doctrine." Related: Shintoism.