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  • 712
    The Kojiki is written, a collection of oral myths forming the basis of the Shinto religion.
  • 713
    The Japanese Fudoki are composed and record local kami and associated legends.
  • 720
    The Nihon Shoki is written, a collection of oral myths forming the basis of the Shinto religion.
  • c. 759
    The Manyoshu or 'Collection of 10,000 Leaves' is written, an important Shinto source and classic of Japanese poetry.
  • c. 807
    Imibe-no-Hironari writes the Kogoshui, a collection of oral myths forming the basis of the Shinto religion.
  • 845 - 903
    Life of the deified scholar and court official Sugawara no Michizane, aka Tenjin.
  • 947
    The Tenmangu Kitano shrine is founded in honour of Sugawara no Michizane, aka Tenjin.
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