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Japanese cultural properties were originally in the ownership of Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines , and aristocratic or samurai families. [3] Feudal Japan ended abruptly in 1867/68 when the Tokugawa shogunate was replaced by the Meiji Restoration . [4] During the ensuing haibutsu kishaku ("abolish Buddhism and destroy Shākyamuni ") triggered by the official policy of separation of Shinto and Buddhism and anti-Buddhist movements propagating the return to Shinto , Buddhist buildings and artwork were destroyed. [4] [5] [6] In 1871, the government confiscated temple lands, considered symbolic of the ruling elite. Properties belonging to the feudal lords were expropriated, historic castles and residences were destroyed, [4] [6] and an estimated 18,000 temples were closed. [6] During the same period, Japanese cultural heritage was impacted by the rise of industrialization and westernization . As a result, Buddhist and Shinto institutions became impoverished. Temples decayed, and valuable objects were exported. [7] [8] [9]

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