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Shinbutsu-shūgō, also called Shinbutsu-konkō, is the syncretism of Buddhism and kami worship which was Japan's religion until the Meiji period. The formal separation of Buddhism from Shinto took place only as recently as the end of the 19th century, and in many ways the blending of the two still continues.
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