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This section has scriptures of the Shinto religion, as well as other texts that relate to the spirituality of Japan, which combines Shinto, Buddhism, Confucianism, Animism and other themes. There is also a collection of Ainu Texts.
Shinto ScriptureThe Kojiki Basil Hall Chamberlain, tr. 
The Kojiki An abridged version of the Chamberlain translation.The Nihongi (excerpts), translated by W.G. Ashton, 1896
Nihongi Part 1 44,332 bytes
Nihongi Part 2 42,202 bytes
Nihongi Part 3 51,097 bytes
Nihongi Part 4 23,380 bytes
The Yengishiki or Shinto Rituals 21,158 bytes
Kogoshui: Gleanings from Ancient Stories
translated by Genchi Katō and Hikoshirō Hoshino .
Japanese Spirituality and Folklore
The Shundai Zatsuwa (A Japanese Philosopher)
Bushido, The Soul of Japan
by Inazo Nitobe .
The Nō Plays of Japan
by Arthur Waley .
Japanese Fairy Tales Second Series. By Teresa Peirce Williston, Illustrated by Sanchi Ogawa 
The Story of Gio from the Heike Monogatari, retold by Ridgely Torrence [1935, Copyright not renewed]
A Hundred Verses from Old Japan
(the Hyakunin-isshu), translated by William N. Porter 
Ainu Texts This is a page which links all of the Ainu resources at sacred-texts.