Question: What are the two dominant religions practiced in Japan?
Shinto has been around in Japan since the beginning, but Buddhism came over from China and Korea during the sixth century CE. Though many Japanese people don’t have daily religious practices, many celebrations and ceremonies have origins in Buddhist and Shinto traditions. Several shrines are crowded in the first few days of the year during hatsumode, or the year’s first shrine visit.
Christianity and Judaism
Buddhism and Shinto
Hindu and Christianity
Islam and Daoism
The Answer: The correct answer is Buddhism and Shinto.