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Xintò (神道), sometimes known as cami no matxi (神の道), literally "Way of the Kami", is, with Buddhism, one of the two main religions of the Japanese Empire, particularly Japan proper (Yamato, Ezo and Lùquiù). For more information on Xintò *here* see Wikipedia:Shinto
Xintò was radicalized in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, becoming a dogmatic religion in a semi-articial form known as State Xintò. This was discontinued during the Taixò era.
The religion of Zesucutò is derived from a syncrenism of Christianity and Xintò, and is sometimes considered a sect of Xintò.