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In Japan, Buddhism May Be Dying Out

Posted on: Monday 14 July 2008


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.” That expression describes a religion that, by appearing to cater more to the needs of the dead than to those of the living, is losing its standing in Japanese society.

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