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Essay heading: The Shinto Religion
 
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It became so intense, that these two religions merged to a point of close extinction of the Shinto independent religion. However, the Shinto religion began to receive official support from the national government during the Tokugawa regime. The government helped to strengthen and support the native religion of Japan...
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