After sometime there appeared an outburst of a deadly disease in Japan that led Buddhism to be suppressed for a short time period. During such critical time Umako got special permission from the Mikado to practise privately the sacred rites of this new faith. The next Mikado was cured from his serious disease due to the efforts of the Buddhist monks and priests, for such favour he tried a lot to support and spread Buddhism in Japan, thus in this way Japanese people came closer to Buddhism, its rituals, doctrines, etc.
Eighth century in Japan was famous with the name Nara Period. This was the period when Buddhism continued to spread flawlessly in Japan and many new temples were being formed in this era representing Buddhism, most famous temple was Todaiji Temple at Nara. Buddhist sacred scriptures were being copied and distributed in the entire Japan for bringing more fame for Buddhism religion. During this period many of the Chinese monks came here and to teach people and numerous Chinese schools of Buddhism were introduced in Japan. Total number of Temples and monasteries of different place have been mentioned in the table below.
Impacts of Buddhism cultures not only inflected people towards worshiping Lord Buddha but it also improved their ways of thinking, living life, interpreting things, their understanding level etc. First and second centuries have experienced considerable changes that were all brought by Buddhism in China. Today in all areas where Chinese culture is present, Buddhism continues to hold a prominent place in local material culture.
Along with numerous followers and supporter, there were some people that did not support Buddhism in China. And even there were disagreements among the followers of Buddha after his death and this difference enhanced so much that his followers were divided into two parts Hinyana and Mahayana. These followers settled different communities in different locations.