Shintoism became Japan's main religion before.
Japan is the only country (that I know of) that practices Shintoism, although it is not considered the official religion in Japan, it is the traditional/native religion.
Shintoism (Shinto) is a religion.
shintoism is an ethnic religion
Shintoism begun in the year 500 BC in Japan. Shintoism had no specific founder but it eventually became the official religion of Japan.
in Asia the biggest one is ISLAM after that theres hindusim, buddism, Sikhism and shintoism
Shintoism is the major religion in Japan.
Shintoism is a religion that is endemic to JAPAN.
Shintoism is a animistic religion heavily based around spirits and animals.
Shintoism is a religion only and it dose have a leader
The symbol of shintoism represents the ancient religion of Japan. It symbolizes the past of the Japan religion.
the religion shintoism has approximately 2.7 million people that follow
No. Shintoism is a widespread Japanese polytheistic religion. Judaism is the monotheistic religion of the Jews, a Semitic group who originated in the Middle East.
Shintoism, a traditional religion of Japan
Shintoism is the indigenous religion of Japan. Shintoism is technically a mixture of Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism, but today it is considered a religion all of its own. It is also the main religion in Japan today...
Japan, it is the major religion there