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Volume 24 Issue 3-4
Reader, Ian and Swanson, Paul L.
Editors’ introduction: Pilgrimage in the Japanese religious tradition. [225-270]
Pilgrimage and peregrination: Contextualizing the Saikoku junrei and the Shikoku henro. [271-299]
Liminal journeys: Pilgrimages of noblewomen in mid-Heian Japan. [301-345]
The ideology of landscape and the theater of state: Insei pilgrimage to Kumano (1090–1220). [347-374]
MacWilliams, Mark W.
Temple myths and the popularization of Kannon pilgrimage in Japan: A case study of Ōya-ji on the Bandō Route. [375-411]
Shikoku’s local authorities and henro during the golden age of the pilgrimage. [413-425]
Smyers, Karen A.
Inari pilgrimage: Following one’s path on the mountain. [427-452]