Faith in Mount Fuji : the rise of independent religion in early modern Japan /
Even a fleeting glimpse of Mount Fuji's snow-capped peak emerging from the clouds in the distance evokes the reverence it has commanded in Japan from ancient times. Long considered sacred, during the medieval era the mountain evolved from a venue for solitary ascetics into a well-regulated pilg...
|Author / Creator:|
|Author / Contributor:||Sawada, Janine Anderson,|
|Imprint:||Honolulu : University of Hawaiʻi Press, |
Montagnes > Culte > Japon > Fuji-yama.
|Online Access:||Click here for full text|