on “The New Age in Japan.” The issue gives the non-specialist as well as the specialist an excellent opportunity to catch up with the latest in that classic homeland of new religions. The reader will quickly find that while the familiar new religions such as Tenrikyo and Soka Gakkai are still there, attention has moved to a newer set. These are frequently [Book Review]

Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 22 (3-4) (1995)
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