Religions in Japan ;
Religious freedom was guaranteed by the Japanese Constitution. Since Japan has no official religion, there is therefore no official relationship between the nation’s politics and its religions. The two major religion of Japan. Since Buddhism was brought into Japan in the 6th century, the two religions have influenced one another and existed together in the everyday life og the Japanese. This is called the syncretization of Shinto with Buddism “Most Japanese experience both Shinto and Buddhist rituals and ceremonies in their life. For example, the same person would go to a wedding at a Shinto shrine and hold a funeral ar a Buddhist altars in a house. Also when we have a Chrismas party at 24th or 25th Dec too .It is often said that Japanese tolerant attitudes towards religions were formed by the polytheistic nature of Shinto.