Buddhism culture, concepts and doctrines have considerably affected the ethical development of this entire world but there are few regions that have completely changed and transformed their way of living and culture with Buddhism. Amongst these regions we can include China, Korea, Japan, India etc. This study has focused on studying the pervasiveness and impact of Buddhism culture over Japan and China and how the people of these regions completely devoted their lives to this culture and its doctrines. Along with discussing these points it will focus on elaborating and analysing the statement of “Owen” who considered Buddha a tribesman that came from a remote region and his attitude was not like a prince. Further he said that even his language and words were unintelligible to those who dwell in the heartland and his attire and dresses were also not so impressive, they were simple and it cannot be hyperbole to say that his clothing was of strange fashion. He never uses commendable words like the early kings do and he does not even wear exemplary garb like them. He was not aware about the sense of right which resides between a ruler and his officers and the feelings of father and son.