Introduction Buddhism to Japan

Buddhism spread from India to China , Korea, and Japan .
When a Koran king sent the Japanese emperor a statue of the Buddha and a recommendation for the new religion in 525. This event is thinking about the official introduction of Buddhism to Japan.

Former Buddhism reached Japan in different ways and many Japanese people at that time , disliking Buddhism ideas and believing that this new religion might be an affront to the traditional kami or spirits and gods, opposed Buddhism’s ideas.
Shinto is primarily found in Japan, it is Japan’s largest religion, the second being Buddhism.

Really Japan has two major religions, Shinto and Buddhism .

Most Japanese accept themselves as Buddhist, Shintoist, or Both. Religion does not play a big role in the everyday life of most Japanese people today