The Shinto beliefs and Buddhism both contributed to most of modern day Japan's culture. The Shinto beliefs have influence in modern day Japan's marriage, birth, etc. because Shintoism was based on the celebration of life.
However, the Buddhist ideas influenced modern day Japan's funerals. This is so because the Buddhist ideas were based on death and the acceptance of death.
Therefore, the Shinto and Buddist ideas influence most of Japan's culture.
Japan has a long, rich history that spans centuries. In the mid-500s, the development of Japanese culture was impacted by Korea and China. Korean leader Seong of Baekje brought Buddhism to Japan, and Regent to the Empress Prince Shotoku dedicated his leadership to spreading Chinese culture and Buddhism.
Japanese weddings are part of the culture.
They merged aspects of it with their native Shinto. This combo is where Zen Buddhism comes from.
The system of pictograph writing was one development that greatly benefited the Japanese culture.
The main religion in Japan is Buddhism and Shinto.
There is both Christianity and Shinto Buddhism in Japan.
I think it's Chinese
Buddhism and Hinduism
because its part of the japanese culture
It is a very important part of Japanese culture. The high ranking sumo are big celebrities.
Buddhism, especially Zen Buddhism has influenced Japanese culture on many levels. The main one being art, aestheticism and poetry. Zen was the favorite school of Buddhism of the Samurai class during the late Kamakura and Edo period. Since Japan was at peace during the Edo period, samurais had lots of time to dedicate to culture and art. What we now call Japanese art is greatly influenced by this pediod. Zen, with its emphasis on simplicity, minimalism and self-reflecting, had effects in the tea ceremony, painting, calligraphy, archery, budo (martial arts) and litterature/ poetry.
Japan was male dominated.
Geisha are important because they uphold and continue Japanese culture and traditions.
dogs are so awsome
because it shaped their culture
Rain is a very important symbol in Japanese culture. It represents cleansing and rebirth. It shows becoming new again.
The Japanese culture is most closely associated with origami. It is a Japanese tradition that is important in many cultural and national celebrations.
I know one of the major things China influenced Japan on was religion. China helped bring Buddhism to Japan. In fact almost the entire country is Buddhist or Shinto (A derivative from Buddhism that the Japanese formed over the years).
The culture of Buddhism is when the way they they believe that they will soon be reincarnated and be set in a higher social class.
Buddhism had influenced Chinese culture, including art, literature, and architecture.
The Buddhism was actually from India
This depends of the form of Buddhism you're talking about. Early Buddhism came from India, and so has strong Hindu roots. Mahayana Buddhism was most popular in China, and has very strong Taoist elements. regional forms of Buddhism - particularly Tibetan Buddhism and Japanese Zen - are often influenced by local religious traditions.
Always capitalize Japanese but not culture. Example: Learning about the Japanese culture is fascinating.