Izumo-taishakyo (出雲大社教 Izumo taishakyō, in Japanese Izumo Ooyashirokyō) is a Japanese Shintoist grouping. It was founded by Senge Takatomi (1845–1918). It stands between Sect Shinto and Shrine Shinto, which is the case for Shinto Taikyo as well. It was founded in Shimane Prefecture in 1882.
- ja:出雲大社教, corresponding Japanese Wikipedia entry
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