Unseen face of Japan

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1993 
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Japan culture religion worldview ritual 
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Popular' religion in Japan as seen through the eyes of ordinary Japanese people such as the use of fortune-telling in choosing a child's name, religious rituals in a factory, attitudes towards 'lucky' and 'unlucky' days, the use of safety charms, remembering the dead, and other religious attitudes and beliefs. Lewis is a cultural anthropologist with extensive experience of Japan. 
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