Yes Indeed! I strongly agree!
@Hallowwood and @AragonStone
FengShui is not exactly a religion but I agree with you that it is worth looking into if one wants to know more about East Asian Practices.
I personally really really dislike FengShui.
My view of it is fairly soured because of the fact that in almost every bookstore I go to in my country , in the New Age and Spirituality Section , over 80% of the books are about it! Books on more European and Western Practices are more sparse! It is an annoyance to me and so I have to either buy the book and ship it over online or get a PDF version.
Supply and Demand but still...
Also given the fact that FengShui is usually of the opinion that success is 40% HardWork , 30% "Heaven's Will" and Earth Luck(FengShui , the one we are influencing) , the "heaven's Will" part of it turns me off.
The fact that one have to disrupt the decor of the home either by placing symbols , figurines or the actual elements themselves ( such as a candle for fire , a pond or water display for water) really turns me off. There are way better ways to make things in one's favour in my opinion.
But I suppose this topic is worth looking into.
Budhism is a fairly big thing in the east. So you may one to look into the 3 main surviving schools of it. They are :
Theravada Budhism: The original and earlieast form.
Mahayana Budhism: This is prominent in China , Japan and some South East Asian Countries.
Vajrayana Budhism: More Tibetian heavily influenced.
The essence of it is still the same once you look deeply enough into it but the form in which it is potrayed varies greatly. For example , Theravada Budhism focus on "Small Vehicle" where one focuses more heavily on self and workings are usually more heavily inclined towards self while Mahayana Budhism focuses on "Great Vehicle".
Also , I noticed that Taoism is not mentioned here. You may want to take a look at it before looking into Shintoism. Japan is highly influenced by China after all. You may see some influences then.
Also note that some casuals just mix up Mahayana Budhism and Taoism , blend them together and a practice is formed.
So yeah , if you are still looking into East Asian Religions , I hoped this helped.