Who brought religion to Japan?
Christianity has also taken root in Japan; a Jesuit missionary from Spain, Francisco de Xavier, introduced the religion to Japan in the sixteenth century. The country’s feudal rulers banned Christianity during the Edo period (1603-1867), but it made a comeback during the Meiji era (1868-1912).
Which religion is banned in China?
Tibetan-Muslim sectarian violence
In Tibet, the majority of Muslims are Hui people.
How did the Shinto religion spread?
Its practice and traditions have spread somewhat due to Japanese emigration but it is rare to find Shinto shrines and priests outside of Japan. Many say that to really understand and appreciate Shinto, you have to experience and practice it in Japan, and this may have led to it not traveling far and wide.