There have been 125 Japanese emperors. The current one is Akihito, son of the Emperor Showa (or Hirohito)
There are several religions practiced in Japan. However, Japan's "state" religion is Shinto.
buddhism Mostly Buddhism and Shinto.
the major two religions in Japan are Shinto and Bhuddism. . Shinto is a polytheistic relision origined in Japan, and Bhuddism came through China in CE 593.. Many Japanese d…on't have any specific faith, but it doesn't mean they don't belive in the God.
Shinto is the traditional religion of Japan.
Many ancient civilizations combined the roles of priest and ruler into one godlike entity. Ancient Egypt, The Aztecs, ancient Japanese, Chinese, Tibetan, Mongol, and Saxon cul…tures all had at one time or another a system which was ruled over by a man-god, shamanic, or priestly ruler. Additionally many monarchies of the pre-modern era put the monarch into a position of power over the church or churches within his domain. This was done for a host of reasons, not the least of which must have been pacification of the people and prevention of rebellious gatherings.
The main Japanese religions are Shintoism and Buddhism. Some people are also Jewish, Christian or any other religion they choose.
Christianity was declared to be the official religion of Rome by Flavius Theodosius in 380 A.D. However, there is some important history leading up to this declaration. … As Christianity was just beginning to get on its feet, Christians did not face intense persecution within the Roman Empire. Widespread persecution actually did not start until approximately 250. However, under Diocletian (who reigned as emperor from 284-305), the persecution grew extremely intense. This period is referred to as the "Great Persecution." Immediately following this was the reign of Constantine. Thus, the conversion of Constantine (311/312) was a huge turning point for Christianity and its relation to the Roman Empire. Christianity became a legal religion and, with the exception of Julian the Apostate, every other emperor until the fall of the Roman Empire professed to be a Christian. In 380, Theodosius formally ended his support for the traditional Roman religion and declared Christianity to be the only legitimate imperial religion. Thus, while the official declaration of Flavius Theodosius in 380 A.D. was an important point in history, probably a more significant turning point would be the conversion of Constantine in 311/312. (An article that may be helpful for further information is http://www.allaboutreligion.org/history-of-christianity-in-rome-faq.htm.)
The Japanese emperor during 1735 was Emperor Sakuramachi. He was the 115th emperor of Japan. He was born on February 8, 1720 and died on May 28, 1750. Served as emperor from 1…735 through 1747.
I assume you are talking about the Roman empire that was Constantine. He converted after seeing a vision of a cross in they sky and a voice saying "With this sign ye shall con…quer."
Constantine the Great was preparing for a major battle and he saw a cross in the sky. He ordered that all of his soldiers paint the cross onto their shields and he crushed his… enemy. He then made Christianity the main religion
In Roman Empire
The religion is linked to the state because the Romans have believed in God for a long time. The Romans used to worship at meal times, they were very respectful to there God, …they would throw food and wine at meal times. The Romans used to always worship, and they even made models out of materials as a God, they would sit on a hard mat and pray.