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The Japanese language is a [[Japonic languages|Japonic language]] that is sometimes treated as a [[language isolate]]; it is also related to the [[Ryukyuan languages]], and both are suggested to be part of the proposed [[Altaic languages|Altaic language family]]. The Japanese language has a tripartite [[Japanese writing system|writing system]] using [[Hiragana]], [[Katakana]], and [[Kanji]]. Domestic Japanese people use primarily Japanese for daily interaction. The adult literacy rate in Japan exceeds 99%.<ref>[https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ja.html#People United States CIA factbook.] Accessed 2007-01-15.</ref>
 
The Japanese language is a [[Japonic languages|Japonic language]] that is sometimes treated as a [[language isolate]]; it is also related to the [[Ryukyuan languages]], and both are suggested to be part of the proposed [[Altaic languages|Altaic language family]]. The Japanese language has a tripartite [[Japanese writing system|writing system]] using [[Hiragana]], [[Katakana]], and [[Kanji]]. Domestic Japanese people use primarily Japanese for daily interaction. The adult literacy rate in Japan exceeds 99%.<ref>[https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ja.html#People United States CIA factbook.] Accessed 2007-01-15.</ref>
   
===Religion===
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Japanese religion has traditionally been [[syncretic]] in nature, combining elements of [[Buddhism]] and [[Shinto]]. Shinto, a [[polytheistic]] religion with no book of religious canon, is Japan's native religion. Shinto was one of the traditional grounds for the right to the throne of the Japanese imperial family, and was codified as the state religion in 1868 ([[State Shinto]] was abolished by the [[Occupation of Japan|American occupation]] in 1945). [[Mahayana Buddhism]] came to Japan in the sixth century and evolved into many different sects. Today the largest form of Buddhism among Japanese people is the [[Jōdo Shinshū]] sect founded by [[Shinran]].
 
 
Most Japanese people (84% to 96%)<ref>[https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ja.html#People], [http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/2006/71342.htm], [http://vipassanafoundation.com/Buddhists.html]</ref> profess to believe in both Shinto and Buddhism. The Japanese people's religion functions mostly as a foundation for [[mythology]], [[tradition]]s, and neighborhood activities, rather than as the single source of moral guidelines for one's life.
 
   
 
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