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2012-03-06 10:00:23
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There are many groups of Buddhism in Japan today.

The main ones are the Pure Land Buddhism (Jodo shu and Jodo Shinshu) and Nichiren Buddhism.

There is also Zen (Soto and Rinzai are the main ones), Tendai and Shingon.

Many new religions also are based on Buddhism.


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