From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Religion
ShintoShin‧to /ˈʃɪntəʊ $ -toʊ/ (also Shintoism /ˈʃɪntəʊɪzəm $ -toʊ-/) noun [uncountable] RRthe ancient traditional religion of Japan
Examples from the Corpus
ShintoWe chant at a Shinto shrine.The imperial family, steeped in Shinto ritual, appeals to the traditionalist and nationalist markets.The result is that certain rituals that appear on the surface to be Buddhist or Shinto are essentially shamanistic in content.In the same fashion, they also brought down the Shinto shrine.Other children are returning with their parents from Mondo-Yakujin, the Shinto shrine near our house.
Origin Shinto (1700-1800) Japanese Chinese shin tao way of the gods