Christianity in japan
By Linda Sieg. His unique faith blends Buddhist, Christian and Shinto practices, and its ritual chants combine Latin, Portuguese and Japanese. Click here to see a picture package of Japan's Hidden Christians. But their religion may be on the verge of extinction as youth leave rural areas, where the faith has persisted. Jesuits brought Christianity to Japan in , but it was banned in
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Handbook of Christianity in Japan
Handbook of Christianity in Japan | Brill
Christianity in Japan is among the nation's minority religions. Between less than 1 percent     and 1. Most large Christian denominations , including Roman Catholicism , Protestantism , and Orthodox Christianity , are represented in Japan today. The majority of Japanese people are of the Shinto or Buddhist faith. This makes Christian weddings the most influential aspect of Christianity in contemporary Japan. Japan remains one of the most secular nations in the world according to the World Values Survey. While there may be up to 3 million Japanese Christians,  Christianity in Japan is spread among many denominational affiliations.
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Pope Francis arrived in Japan on Saturday ahead of a trip to Nagasaki to pay tribute to the victims of the atomic bomb dropped on the city during World War Two. But he will also pay tribute to a lesser known group of residents who , hundreds of years ago , were tortured and forced into hiding for their beliefs. A man waits nervously in line to be called. When he hears his name he steps forward, watched closely by local and government officials from the capital, who have been sent down specially for the occasion.
Kristang , meaning "Christian", referred to Catholic Christians in Japanese and is used in Japanese texts as a historiographic term for Catholics in Japan in the 16th and 17th centuries. However, English sources on histories of Japan generally use the term "Christian" without distinction. The Kanji used for the transcriptions have negative connotations.
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