Jewish origin of the Japanese culture
Jews traveled all over the world as merchant and there is a record by a traveler in the 2nd centry BC, who said that there were Jewish colonies wherever he went, including China. Shitoism is strongly influenced by Cabala and Shintoist cabalism "Onmyodou" is also called "ήg iKabalaj".
Onmyodou"AzΉ" was governed by Hata tribe(`), who is recorded to have come from the West and has governed also Japanese Emperor's liturgical system, so there are many many common signs between Imperial and Jewish symbolisms, which you will see here in Japan, including circumcision, David and Solomon stars. A Japanese shrine has even the ritual of dedication of Isaac. Read Marvin Tokayer(Jewish Rabbi)'s books.
Regarding circumcision, average Japanese have no such custom now, but the imperial family is said to keep this tradition. According to a pastor, who is a grandson of Meiji Emperor, he himself was circumcised and the present Prince too. In the Imperial family, they call foods "Mana", which word average Japanese don't use except for the plate on which we cut foods, "Mana-ita(food-plate)".
Columbus started his voyage with a Jew "Luis de Torres" who can speak Hebrew, because Columbus thought that there were lost tribes in the Far East speaking Hebrew. And when he came to the river mouth of the Orinoco, he thought that this was a river from Eden, which means he thought there was an Edenic place in the Far East, where lost tribes lived peacefully, because he thought that he had arrived the Far East then.
According to Rabbi Tokayer, the silk trade on the Silk Road was exclusively controlled by Jews, who traveled between Rome and China. Tokayer's ancestor was a rabbi who traveled around Asia to visit the synagogues. A Japanese oldest shrine "Kono" shows that its god came from the west and imported silk technology to Japan. And the priest of Kono shrine says that this shrine's god is Jewish god and his ancestor was a Jew.
Ise Shrine, which is Emperor's shrine, came form Kono. So Ise Shrine's god is Jewish, whose name 'YHWH' is inscribed in the back side of the "Yata Mirror" of central building of Ise.
Because various technologies, such as manufacturing steel, cloths, agricultural products, were imported into Japan by Jewish technicians, no wonder there are signs of Jewish symbolism here.
You will be able to understand what I say if you see the structure of the Japanese shrine. There are many many common things between Jewish tabernacle and shrine, which both have Holy place, Holy of Holy, laver, red gate, lion gatekeepers, etc.
Japanese oldest creation story "Kojiki" says that Japanese creator god is the triune god, who is one god with three persons. If you see Hata tribe's shrines, you will find many symbolism of trinity. And you will see the central god of Japanese "Amaterasu" died and resurrected from the cave of the dead. Emperor's inauguration ceremony consists of three points: baptism(go into water and come from it wearing new clothes), communion(dinner with Amaterasu) and dedication(lying on a slanting bed).
Japanese shrines often have characteristics of water coming from the broken rocks. Almost every shrine is built beside a river, which is the same symbolism as Jewish temple. Ise shrine's central building 'Naikuu' has a T-shaped cross wrapped in a silk cloth in the Holy of Holy as a symbol of the god. And the head part of the cross lies in the detached building 'Izawanomiya', whose symbol is David's star. Another building of Ise shrine "Gekuu" has a T-shaped cross with a snake on it in the Holy of Holy.
Japanese shrine has many symbols of Tree of Life, which is also the symbol of Onmyodou (Japanese cabalism). Japanese families have a celebration for their children at the ages of 7, 5 and 3 in the shrine. 7,5,3 is the central numbers of numerical square, which represents the tree of life. In the Japanese tradition, people release the human-shaped paper on river, on which they put their disease, misfortune or something bad for them. Some people release goats in the mountain for the same purpose.