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Buddhist temples in Japan

Japanese Buddhists

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117 news items

The Japan Times

The Japan Times
Sat, 29 Aug 2015 07:03:45 -0700

Jodo Shinshu, also known in English as “Shin Buddhism,” is usually identified as the most popular denomination of Buddhism in Japan. Based on the teachings of Shinran (1173-1263), it arose as part of the “New Buddhism” of the Kamakura Period ...

The Japan Times

The Japan Times
Wed, 12 Aug 2015 04:48:59 -0700

“I feel Buddhism in Japan is basically dead,” says Sono Kumar, an Indian Buddhist who took part in the June event at Mount Koya. “As a monk, you should not marry, have sexual relations or crave for money. Here they wear a robe to the temple and jeans ...

ABC Online

ABC Online
Thu, 13 Aug 2015 10:37:30 -0700

Japan is currently divided over whether to alter its constitution by removing Article 9, the famous clause that outlaws war. More than just a dispute between hawks and doves or progressives and conservatives, the debate reveals much about Japanese ...

Japan Focus

Japan Focus
Mon, 24 Aug 2015 01:24:08 -0700

... the Manihōtō is located alongside the main road leading to the massive cemetery area and Oku-no-in, the mausoleum of Kūkai, founder of the esoteric Shingon sect of Buddhism in Japan. Its stated purpose is “to pray for the repose of the heroic ...

Patheos (blog)

Patheos (blog)
Thu, 18 Jun 2015 14:01:06 -0700

When we think of weird new robots and robot-human relations, what place comes to mind? Probably Japan. In a story first posted by the AFP in February of this year and again just this week in the New York Times, it seems that robot dogs, first ...
 
The Japan Times
Mon, 04 Aug 2014 23:22:30 -0700

A pair of Zen priests have been causing a stir with their campaign to spread a new interpretation of Buddhism in Japan that combines practices from separate branches of the ancient religion. Issho Fujita and Ryodo Yamashita have been running workshops ...
 
New York Times
Sun, 13 Jul 2008 18:35:33 -0700

When it comes to funerals, though, the Japanese have traditionally been inflexibly Buddhist — so much so that Buddhism in Japan is often called “funeral Buddhism,” a reference to the religion's former near-monopoly on the elaborate, and lucrative, ...

Modern Tokyo Times

Modern Tokyo Times
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 02:22:30 -0700

Of course, this isn't unique to Buddhism in Japan because the history of Jerusalem is one of blood and power based on the various intrigues of Christians, Jews and Muslims throughout various periods of history. Therefore, when looking at the bigger ...
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