Shintoism in Japan

We usually consider Shintoism as the indigenous religion of Japan; the thousands of kami that populate this tradition seems to represent the Japanese spirituality in its purer form, before the arrival of foreign religions such as Buddhism or Taoism. Yet, reality is much more complex than this, and Shinto tradition underwent significant modifications through the century, interacting creatively with other spiritual paths. Its philosophy and mythology are extremely charming and constitute a local treasure through rituals, practices, folklore, legends and ceremonies. I will lead you through some of the most significant places of Japanese most ancient tradition.

Travel to Japan to discover the Shinto way

Japanese culture and traditions own so much to this ancient and fascinating religion: the whole country has so many treasures to discover that it’s always very hard to pick and choose.

For this type of experience, we can plan together the best itinerary to allow you to discover Shintoism in Japan according to your needs and desires.
We can touch all the most iconic places in Japan such as the Meiji Jingu in Tokyo, the Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto, the incredible Tōshōgū Shrine in Nikko, the Itsukushima Jinja in Miyajima, the Ise jingu and many other, with a taylor-made itinerary and a proper selection of the different locations.