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When Pines Are Divine

A six-year Japanese program preserves thousands of Shinto shrines and woodlands.

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 Think of Japan and you might picture futuristic, neon-lit cities, the next generation of high-tech gadgets, and sleek bullet trains. But if you could look into the island nation’s heart, you would find Shinto, Japan’s indigenous religion, in which forests, seas, and streams …

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