Which are the best ancient Japanese sacred objects?
By MICHAEL BROWNSTEINAssociated PressAn ancient Japanese Buddhist artifact, a sacred viking object and a Japanese Buddhist shrine are among the objects most frequently featured in the crossword puzzle and sacred object crosswords.
The artifacts have been identified by the Japanese Buddhist organization known as the Baha’I International Institute of Religion.
According to the group’s website, the artifacts are among those most commonly found in the Japanese city of Kyoto.
The group said in a press release that the objects include a bronze statue of Buddha and an antique viking helmet that is believed to be a relic from the 11th century.
The group says the Buddhist artifact is believed by some to be the last viking relic, but it has not been positively identified.
According the group, the viking artifact dates back to the 10th century, when the Buddhist city of Kagoshima was founded.
It was a major religious center in Japan until the early 20th century when the city was attacked by the Mongol invasion.