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11 terms
Shinto Buddhism
Kami
Bushido
Torii
Kamidana
anything sacred
a code of ethics
an archway
a small alter
Kami
anything sacred
Bushido
a code of ethics
23 terms
shinto and buddhism
kami
genze riyaku
Amaterasu
kamidana
spirits, natural things
good luck
goddess of the sun
household shrines
kami
spirits, natural things
genze riyaku
good luck
18 terms
Shinto and Buddhism
Uji
Shinto
Buddhism
Kami
Ancient Japanese clan
A religion that honors purity and nature. Believes in nature…
A religion that believes in rebirth, and the cycle of joy and…
Shinto nature spirits
Uji
Ancient Japanese clan
Shinto
A religion that honors purity and nature. Believes in nature…
Shinto and Buddhism
Shinto
Kami
Torii
Haiden-honden
The way/mode of the Kami, fostering life, and concerned with…
A spirit found mostly in nature, but can be in everyday objec…
A gate found at the front of a Shinto shrine. Signifies that…
The shrine buildings of Shinto. Haiden is the place of worshi…
Shinto
The way/mode of the Kami, fostering life, and concerned with…
Kami
A spirit found mostly in nature, but can be in everyday objec…
8 terms
Shinto and Buddhism
Shinto
Primary religion
spirit
standards
way if the god
one thousand yrs
kami
judaism, christanity, and Islam
Shinto
way if the god
Primary religion
one thousand yrs
11 terms
Shinto and Buddhism
Define Shinto
Is Shinto still in practice today?
Why did Shinto become more organized?
Define Kami
The indigenous religion of Japan. No founder. No scriptures.
Yes
To withstand the influence of Buddhism.
Japanese word for spirit. Something that is high and mysterio…
Define Shinto
The indigenous religion of Japan. No founder. No scriptures.
Is Shinto still in practice today?
Yes
Buddhism and Shinto
What features of Chinese Religion abso…
When did buddhism spread to Korea from…
What did Chinese Buddhism merge with w…
What did Korean Buddhist teachers seek…
-Ancestral veneration... -Belief in heaven and hell... -Nature myst…
372 A.D.
Shamanism
Inconsistencies
What features of Chinese Religion abso…
-Ancestral veneration... -Belief in heaven and hell... -Nature myst…
When did buddhism spread to Korea from…
372 A.D.
20 terms
Buddhism and Shinto
Buddhism
Shinto
Shinto
Shinto
They believe the world is full of suffering.
Many gods live in trees, rocks, streams, and every part of na…
People visit shrines to celebrate the birth of a child or mar…
There are no written rules and no holy book.
Buddhism
They believe the world is full of suffering.
Shinto
Many gods live in trees, rocks, streams, and every part of na…
12 terms
Japan: Shinto and Buddhism
Shinto
Kami
Torii
coexist
Japanese indigenous religion; means way of spirits
Invisible spirit/power; can be forces of nature, elements of…
A gate that separates the profane from the sacred
To live together in harmony through tolerance
Shinto
Japanese indigenous religion; means way of spirits
Kami
Invisible spirit/power; can be forces of nature, elements of…
58 terms
Shinto/Buddhism FINAL
The kami of the sun is ______
The kami of mercy is ______. ... She is f…
Amida the god of the ____ ____.... Namu A…
Nichiren is the creator of _____ Buddh…
Amaterasu
Kannon
Pure Land
Nichiren
The kami of the sun is ______
Amaterasu
The kami of mercy is ______. ... She is f…
Kannon
34 terms
Shinto + Buddhism study guide
Shinto
Kami
Torii
Haiden
Shin= spirit, to=way... -non theological system that is about so…
-Spirit to which people pray... -Can be in the form of a place o…
entrance to shrine (wooden gate)
Where you interact with Kami in the shrine
Shinto
Shin= spirit, to=way... -non theological system that is about so…
Kami
-Spirit to which people pray... -Can be in the form of a place o…
17 terms
Shinto/Buddhism Quiz
Explain the "Kami" and their role in t…
Kojiki
Nihongi
Relate the story of Izamai and Izanagi…
What Shintos worship.Three types- 1. Defied powers of nature…
Record of Ancient Matters, volume of sacred writings
Chronicles of Japan, volume of sacred writings, 720-750
Izanagi, kami of the sky, and Izamanmi, female kami of the ea…
Explain the "Kami" and their role in t…
What Shintos worship.Three types- 1. Defied powers of nature…
Kojiki
Record of Ancient Matters, volume of sacred writings
20 terms
Shinto~Zen Buddhism
Kami
Shide
Natural Objects
Shinto Shrine
Japanese word for gods of shinto
Zig-zag paper used for purification
Things worshipped by Shinto, as it is believed they contain t…
Holy building of Shinto
Kami
Japanese word for gods of shinto
Shide
Zig-zag paper used for purification
Shinto and Japanese Buddhism
shen-tao
Shinto (four periods)
kami
kami no michi
-In order to express the Japanese phrase kami no michi in wri…
-the first period, lasting from pre-history to mid-6th centur…
n
-As an indigenous folk religion, 'Shintō' existed in Japan lo…
shen-tao
-In order to express the Japanese phrase kami no michi in wri…
Shinto (four periods)
-the first period, lasting from pre-history to mid-6th centur…
63 terms
Buddhism, Shinto, Daoism, Confucianism
Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama Sakyamuni
Pali
4 Noble Truths
Tanha (trsna)
"the awakened one"; name before enlightenment
language of Theravada Buddhism
life is dukkha, radical frustration, suffering, dukkha has a…
craving, thirsting, desire
Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama Sakyamuni
"the awakened one"; name before enlightenment
Pali
language of Theravada Buddhism
15 terms
Shinto and Buddhism Vocab.
kami
indigenous
harmony
meditation
a shinto spirit, a sacred being
originating naturally in an area or enviorment
a pleasing combination of elements
a spiritual discipline that involves deep relaxation and clea…
kami
a shinto spirit, a sacred being
indigenous
originating naturally in an area or enviorment
35 terms
Zen Buddhism & Shinto
Ch'an
dokusan
koan
Rinzai
"meditation", the Chinese sect of Buddhism that focuses on th…
meeting between a student and the master to discuss a koan
a verbal puzzle designed to short-circuit the workings of the…
-the school of sudden awakening, brought to Japan in the twel…
Ch'an
"meditation", the Chinese sect of Buddhism that focuses on th…
dokusan
meeting between a student and the master to discuss a koan
Shinto and Japanese Buddhism
Shinto Overview
Very animistic
Ancestors
Nihonshoki
The oldest and most common faith in Japan
-Believed that supernatural forces reside in natural objects:…
-Kamis: Dead people... -ancestors can be good or pernicious kamis
The oldest literary work containing the teachings of Shinto
Shinto Overview
The oldest and most common faith in Japan
Very animistic
-Believed that supernatural forces reside in natural objects:…
14 terms
Zen Buddhism & Shinto
Ch'an
roshis
Rinzai
satori
("meditation") The Chinese sect of Buddhism that focuses on t…
Zen masters who are deemed competent to teach others
The school of sudden awakening, brought to Japan in the twelf…
The Zen experience of enlightenment, a flash of insight in wh…
Ch'an
("meditation") The Chinese sect of Buddhism that focuses on t…
roshis
Zen masters who are deemed competent to teach others
39 terms
Shinto/Buddhism Test
Shinto
Kami
Torii
Haiden-Honden
a "life religion" interacting w/ the kami, fostering life; co…
spirits/deities. Fundamental belief is that spirit beings gov…
opening to shrine. Gate= entrance into sacred space. Most fam…
2 aspects of shrine; Haiden= oratory, where make offering ; H…
Shinto
a "life religion" interacting w/ the kami, fostering life; co…
Kami
spirits/deities. Fundamental belief is that spirit beings gov…
8 terms
Medieval Japan-Buddhism and Shinto
Famous for enchanting traditions
famous for economic wealth and growth
Second largest market economy in the w…
Celebrates costumes and attire
Japan
Japan
Japan
Japan
Famous for enchanting traditions
Japan
famous for economic wealth and growth
Japan
37 terms
Shinto + Buddhism + Hinduism
Shinto
Kami
Torii
Haiden-honden
- Way of the spirits... - Concerned with supporting life and iss…
- Japanese gods and spirits... - Anything that inspire awe
Torii gates, gates to the shrines
- The halls of worship... - Haiden: in front, for the people... - H…
Shinto
- Way of the spirits... - Concerned with supporting life and iss…
Kami
- Japanese gods and spirits... - Anything that inspire awe
20 terms
Buddhism and Shinto GT
Buddhism
Shinto
Shinto
Buddhism
By following the teachings of Buddha, greed and suffering wil…
Many gods, called Kami, live everywhere in trees, rocks, stre…
It is the indigenous religion of Japan.
Written scriptures contain the prayers or sutras used for med…
Buddhism
By following the teachings of Buddha, greed and suffering wil…
Shinto
Many gods, called Kami, live everywhere in trees, rocks, stre…
8 terms
Shinto and Buddhism Rituals
Mount Fuji
Kami
Orthopraxis
Stupas
site of Shinto pilgrimage and subject of much Japanese art
deities of Shinto that are associated with places, certain an…
Correct practice as means of benefiting the self and society;…
mound like monuments with a central spire containing Buddhist…
Mount Fuji
site of Shinto pilgrimage and subject of much Japanese art
Kami
deities of Shinto that are associated with places, certain an…
20 terms
Shinto & Zen Buddhism
Shinto myth tells
The Grand Shrine at Ise is
Shinto is often symbolized by the tori…
Shinto regards nature as
The divine ancestry of Japan and its people and assurances th…
All of the other answers are true
Two upright pillars and a cross veam
Sacred
Shinto myth tells
The divine ancestry of Japan and its people and assurances th…
The Grand Shrine at Ise is
All of the other answers are true
46 terms
Buddhism, Daoism, Confucianism, & Shinto
Anatman
Anitya
Arahant
Bhikshu
The principle that there is no self
Impermanence
A 'worthy one' who has followed the Buddha's path to liberation
A monk or nun who renounces worldliness for the sake of follo…
Anatman
The principle that there is no self
Anitya
Impermanence
16 terms
History Buddhism and Shinto Flashcards
Uji
Shinto
Buddhism
Kami
A powerful leader but still in lesser power than the emperor
A culture that believes in purifying the unclean and respecti…
A culture that states that if you follow a moral code called…
A spirit of nature, like a rock, waterfall, wind, or rain.
Uji
A powerful leader but still in lesser power than the emperor
Shinto
A culture that believes in purifying the unclean and respecti…
105 terms
religions: buddhism/shinto
age that Buddha left his family
age that Buddha reached Enlightenment
age that Buddha died
4 signs
29
35
80
old man, sick man, a corpse, religious mendicant/beggar
age that Buddha left his family
29
age that Buddha reached Enlightenment
35
13 terms
Theology Zen Buddhism + Shinto
Identify the two primary sects of Japa…
Which Zen sect is known as the school…
For Zen Buddhists and the historical B…
What is satori?
Rinzai and the Soto.
the Rinzai
Meditation
Satori is the Zen experience of enlightenment, or a flash of…
Identify the two primary sects of Japa…
Rinzai and the Soto.
Which Zen sect is known as the school…
the Rinzai
40 terms
Buddhism and Shinto final
Karma
Maya
Samsara
Dharma
action and also consequences of action (actions determine reb…
illusion of separation (the attractive but illusionary physic…
the continual cycle of birth and death (travel through to rea…
duty or truth of reality
Karma
action and also consequences of action (actions determine reb…
Maya
illusion of separation (the attractive but illusionary physic…
91 terms
Religon Final (Buddhism+Shinto)
Atman
Brahman
Karma
Maya
Individual soul
universal conciouss
(Kamma)
illusion
Atman
Individual soul
Brahman
universal conciouss
Zen Buddhism & Shinto
Identify the two primary sects of Japa…
What is the primary means of enlighten…
What did Japanese master Nan-in mean b…
What is satori?
- rinzai: the school of sudden awakening... - soto: the school o…
Meditation
See things for the first time
- The enlightenment Zen seeks... - Freedom from the bondage of t…
Identify the two primary sects of Japa…
- rinzai: the school of sudden awakening... - soto: the school o…
What is the primary means of enlighten…
Meditation
70 terms
Buddhism/Taoism/Confucianism/Shinto
3 Sights
middle way
4 noble turths
8 fold path
1. bent old man... 2. sick person... 3. dead person
balance between self-indulgence and extreme asceticism
1. life inevitably involve suffering... 2. suffering is caused b…
1. right understanding... 2. right thought/motivation... 3. right s…
3 Sights
1. bent old man... 2. sick person... 3. dead person
middle way
balance between self-indulgence and extreme asceticism
13 terms
Buddhism/ Shinto/ Confucianism
Buddhism: Religious Text
Buddhism: Believe in
Shinto: Practiced in country of
Shinto: Religious text
Sutras
Four noble truths
Japan
Nihongi
Buddhism: Religious Text
Sutras
Buddhism: Believe in
Four noble truths
18 terms
Arts of Japan: Shinto, and Arrival of Buddhism
Shinto (Way of the Gods)
Kami (Shinto dieties) Torii
Kondo (Golden Hall)
Pagoda
This is Japan's indigenous pre-Buddhist belief system. The in…
Shinto shrines are places of worship and the dwellings of the…
The term kondō (金堂 ?), literally "golden hall", started to be…
a Hindu or Buddhist temple or sacred building, typically a ma…
Shinto (Way of the Gods)
This is Japan's indigenous pre-Buddhist belief system. The in…
Kami (Shinto dieties) Torii
Shinto shrines are places of worship and the dwellings of the…
15 terms
Social Studies Buddhism and Shinto Vocabulary
Buddha
Ascetic
Enlightenment
Alms
A sankrit word meaning "enlightenment" the name given to the…
A person who gives up worldly pleasures.
The state of gaining spiritual insight and finding universal…
Goods or money given to the poor.
Buddha
A sankrit word meaning "enlightenment" the name given to the…
Ascetic
A person who gives up worldly pleasures.
29 terms
Zen Buddhism, Shinto, Confucianism, Taoism
zen
koan
dokusan
Rinzai
means "meditation".
a mental puzzle that is meant to exhaust the mind so that the…
a private meeting between the master and student in which the…
the branch of Zen that emphasizes sudden awakenings or enligh…
zen
means "meditation".
koan
a mental puzzle that is meant to exhaust the mind so that the…
14 terms
Shinto and Zen Buddhism Combined Vocab
kami
seppuku
torii
bushido
Anything that the Japanese hold as sacred, including deities,…
Also called hara-kiri; ritual suicide prescribed by bushido f…
An archway marking the entrance to a Shinto shrine or other s…
A code of conduct for the samurai that is based on SHinto nat…
kami
Anything that the Japanese hold as sacred, including deities,…
seppuku
Also called hara-kiri; ritual suicide prescribed by bushido f…
156 terms
midterm 2, confucianism, buddhism, shinto
Siddhartha Gautama is the name of
Tradition holds that which relative of…
regarding his social class, the buddha…
the buddha lived about this time
the person who became known as the Buddha.
mother
an aristocrat
fifth century B.C.E.
Siddhartha Gautama is the name of
the person who became known as the Buddha.
Tradition holds that which relative of…
mother
35 terms
Foundations Exam (Hinduism Buddhism & Shinto)
"Samsara" means
"Nirvana" means
"Dharma" means
What Does the word "OM" represent
cycle of rebirths
enlightenment
duty that one must follow in their life
original sound of creation
"Samsara" means
cycle of rebirths
"Nirvana" means
enlightenment
33 terms
Z's CONFUCIANISM-SHINTO-BUDDHISM
Where did Confucianism originate?
Where did Shinto originate?
Where did Buddhism originate?
Founder of Confucianism
China
Japan
India/Nepal
Confucius, whose Chinese name was Kong Qiu (K'ung Ch'iu), was…
Where did Confucianism originate?
China
Where did Shinto originate?
Japan
50 terms
Daosim, Confucianism, Shinto, & Mahayana Buddhism
Who was the founder of Daoism?
What does Laozi mean?
What is Laozi's special birth story?
What job did Laozi have in his early y…
Laozi
Old Master/Old Boy
his mother conceived him while leaning against a plum tree an…
state archivist
Who was the founder of Daoism?
Laozi
What does Laozi mean?
Old Master/Old Boy
21 terms
Early Japan Shinto and Buddhism 11/5
Title: Vessel with "flame rim"... Materia…
Title: Figurine (dogu)... Material: earth…
Title: Dotaku... Material: bronze... Period:…
Title: Tomb of Emperor Nintoku... Locatio…
Title: Vessel with "flame rim"... Materia…
Title: Figurine (dogu)... Material: earth…
14 terms
Hinduism, Shinto, and Buddhism (Match the religion with the term.)
Vedas
Brahman
reincarnation
karma
Hinduism
Hinduism
Hinduism
Hinduism
Vedas
Hinduism
Brahman
Hinduism
60 terms
Unit 2: Confucianism, Daoism, Shinto, Japanese Buddhism
Dao/Tao
Five Relationships
Heaven (Tian/T'ien)
Jun-zi/Chun tzu
Literally, "a road, path, or way." The proper way of life for…
Meng-zi taught five important personal and social relationshi…
Place of the abode of the Chinese ancestors and other gods. C…
Ideal humanity. The ideal person in the Confucian school of t…
Dao/Tao
Literally, "a road, path, or way." The proper way of life for…
Five Relationships
Meng-zi taught five important personal and social relationshi…
63 terms
Study guide 2- Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, Shinto
Buddha means
Siddhartha Gautama means
"Be the master of your own mind"
Siddhartha Gautama
Awakened one
Wish-fulfiller or "he who has reached his goal"
The Buddha
Stories about this historical figure date from four centuries…
Buddha means
Awakened one
Siddhartha Gautama means
Wish-fulfiller or "he who has reached his goal"
76 terms
World Religions: Daoism, Confucianism, Shinto, Hinduism, Buddhism
Celestial Master
Complete Perfection
Dao (Tao)
Feng Shui
Daoist tradition with hereditary lineage of priests represent…
A monastic tradition combining inter alchemy, meditation, and…
They way or the path, the Nameless
Art of architecture that harmonizes with natural energy flows
Celestial Master
Daoist tradition with hereditary lineage of priests represent…
Complete Perfection
A monastic tradition combining inter alchemy, meditation, and…
53 terms
MIDTERM #2: JUDAISM, BUDDHISM, JAINISM & SHINTO
The Babylonian exile
The Temple + destructions of second te…
Rabbis
Abraham
is the period in Jewish history during which a number of Juda…
after the temple was destroyed began Rabbinical Judaism Jewis…
a jewish scholar or (teacher), especially one who studies or…
father of Jewish people and Judaism. He made a covenant with…
The Babylonian exile
is the period in Jewish history during which a number of Juda…
The Temple + destructions of second te…
after the temple was destroyed began Rabbinical Judaism Jewis…
35 terms
Hinduism/Jainism/Buddhism/Daoism/Confucianism/Shinto
samsara
karma
atman
dharma
cycle of birth and death
moral actions
the soul
correct way to act; explains caste duties and duties of men a…
samsara
cycle of birth and death
karma
moral actions
25 terms
World Cultures: Taoism, Zoroastrianism, Shinto, Buddhism TEST
Ancient Persian Religion
Founder is Loa-Tsu
This religion has no real founder
Founder is Siddhartha Gautama
Zoroastrianism
Taoism
Shinto
Buddhism
Ancient Persian Religion
Zoroastrianism
Founder is Loa-Tsu
Taoism
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