Shinto: How Japan’s Religious Soul Is Surviving An Age Of Change

You’re on a tour of Japan’s most famously modern city, and in the Shibuya district, the centre of pop culture and, seemingly, all the city’s noise and light. Or you’re elsewhere, surrounded by towers of glass and steel, plastered with more advertising (paper, digital and neon) than you’ve ever seen in one place, everything racing … Continue reading Shinto: How Japan’s Religious Soul Is Surviving An Age Of Change