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The main article for this category is Buddhism in Japan.

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Buddhist temples in Japan

Japanese Buddhists

Japanese Vajrayana Buddhism

Japanese pagodas

Lokapalas

Nichiren Buddhism

Obaku Zen

Pure Land Buddhism

Shikoku 88 temple pilgrimage

Shinbutsu shūgō

Shingon Buddhism

Sōka Gakkai

Tendai

Zen

 

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3 news items

Haaretz

Haaretz
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 11:34:17 -0700

It then turned out that the collection of some 140 paintings had been donated to the library by a British woman named Elizabeth Anna Gordon (1851-1925), who studied Buddhism in Japan. The National Library's website notes that Gordon was also “a deeply ...
 
Asahi Shimbun
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 02:01:09 -0700

NARA--Archaeologists have unearthed fragments of roof tiles that may have decorated a memorial dedicated to Jianzhen, the tenacious priest from China who helped spread Buddhism in Japan during the eighth century. The pieces feature wave-like patterns ...
 
Asahi Shimbun
Sat, 27 Sep 2014 10:02:11 -0700

Three ancient wooden masks found in a Berlin museum were crafted in Japan during the Nara Period (710-784) for a drama-dance art form known as Gigaku that no longer exists, researchers say. The rare masks discovered in the Museum of Asian Art are ...
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