In Japan, the concept of Shinto has been practiced as a traditional belief in nature and ethnicity.
Many Japanese still believe in Shinto today. Furthermore, in this modern time, people are blindly deepening their beliefs in some specific objects in the world of animations and cartoons which are two-dimensional and also idols on screens. To that extent, Japanese animation culture is attracting many Japanese people.
This applies to not only Japanese people but also for people around the world. Shinto does not have any specific religious faction. It is an animistic and an ethnic religion based on some myths, multitudinous gods, nature and natural phenomenon. And the Latin word “anima” which is the origin of the word “animism” means “to give a life to something that cannot move without life” and it is actually the etymology of animation.
In other words, the animation culture can be originated from the culture that gives life to all lifeless things and move them, respects them, and believes in them.
***These 78 cards have undergone matte processing to minimize scratches during use and they are printed carefully to pass the strict standards in Japan.
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