Today you can still see the values of Bushido in some parts of modern Japan. The Japanese have the tons of respect and loyalty to their country and families. They would do nothing to shame or dishonor them. In World War II kamikaze suicide pilots look to the samurai and Bushido as inspiration. Today the two largest religions in Japan are Buddhism and Shintoism, and both influenced Bushido dramatically. Bushido had very deep roots in the philosophies of Zen Buddhism, Confucianism and Shinotism. Some say Bushido was 100% created from these ideas. Bushido has played a big part in Japan’s big companies. The workers believe that if an employee does well they are benefiting the whole company. They take each other to lunch and dinner and they are very close to each other. But if a worker does poorly it is considered very shameful. They would most likely quit because of the dishonor towards themselves, their work, and their family. These beliefs are directly connected to Bushido values.