"Globalizing Asian Religions offers readers a wealth of information, especially if they are interested in its soft focus on new religious movements and Japanese traditions. Most of the chapters provide meticulous descriptions of the movements they are analyzing and offer substantial background information for readers who might be less familiar with each movement. This makes the book quite accessible and very teachable. It also raises questions about religious middle management that could make it a good starting point for additional research."
- Daniel Heifetz, University of Pittsburgh, Nova Religio 25, no. 3 (2022)
"This is a very important and timely contribution to the study of Japanese religions in a global setting, with a well-researched and solid introduction and a rich variety of case studies, which I would warmly recommend to both graduate students and specialists in the field."
- Ugo Dessì, Religious Studies Review, Vol. 46 (2020)