(Article of periodic en Japonais - 1983)

Document title

Dewa-Sanzan o meguru sangaku shûkyô shûraku. (Hameaux de montagne à vocation religieuse sur le Dewa-Sanzan) (Inconnue)

Authors(s) and Affiliation(s)



A sacred zone, a semi-sacred zone and an adherent's zone composed the zonal structure of moutain religions. The author examines a semi-sacred zone of Mount Dewa-Sanzan, one of the most famous sacred mountains in Japan in Yamagata prefecture. Seven villages are classified into 3 types. The villages in the type 1, reorganized in the early Edo period (1600-1868), remain at present. On the contrary, in the type 2, they declined after the separation of Shintoïsm from Budhism in the early Meiji era (1868-1912).


Article of periodic

published at : Chirigaku hyoron. Geographical review of Japan Tokyo

Editor :

Millesime : 1983, vol. 56, no8 [pp. 535-552]

Bibliographic references : 54 réf.



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