I don't know anything about Japanese language; I'm just researching about Japan.
I got an email that said (This is summery):
There is no meaning (concept) for sin in Japanese culture, and the shame is the only deterrence concept (means in some other countries people do not do bad things because it is sin!), and Japanese people are not familiar with the concept of sin! ... Shame is an earthy concept and sin is a divine concept.
Then I used Google to translate sin to Japanese, Google returns せずに, I found out there is translation for sin in Japanese language, but I don't know about Japanese culture....
Is the above bold statement true? Describe please