Japan Culture

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1. In Japan, there are many industrial companies which build a progressive economical.

2. The traditional culture of Japan still alive in the modern era.

Japan is one of the countries in East Asian. The capital of Japan is Tokyo. The located of

Japan is in the Pacific Ocean. Japan is an archipelago of 6,852 islands. The population of Japan

about 126 million; it is the world’s tenth largest. Japan is a developed country with a high

standard of living and human development index whose population enjoys the highest life

expectancy, the third lowest infant mortality in the world, and ranked first in the number of

Nobel laureates of any country in Asia.

Japan as a big industrial country has many industrial companies. In Asia, Japan has the
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the biggest income of this country is come from industry. As we know, the natural resources of

Japan is not very much and enough for industry. The natural resources in Japan just enough for

daily needed. However, Japan is an industrial country with a little natural resources, Japan still

has good nature. That’s just a little example about the role of industry for Japan’s economy

development.

Although Japan is an industrial country with a high quality, the Japanese never leave their

traditional culture. The Japanese culture is still alive in modern era. The traditional culture of

Japan has an attractiveness to bring the tourist to come to Japan. The Japanese aware that culture

is the most important thing that should be guarded. The traditional culture of Japan is very

famous in the world. Japanese culture has evolved greatly from its origins. The culture is still

look like as the original. There are so many kinds of culture in Japan. The cultures are food,

fashion, art, sport etc. The traditional food of Japan is known by the world. Every country in this

world always has many Japanese restaurants. That made the traditional food of Japan like
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Usually it is

eaten by chopsticks. Japanese traditional fashion is kimono. Kimono are T-shaped, straight-lined

robes worm so that “hem” falls to the ankle with attached collars and long wide sleeves. Kimono

are wrapped around the body, always with the left side over the right and secured by as sash

called an “obi” which is tied at the back. Kimono is usually worn with the traditional footwear of

Japanese and split-toe socks. The used of Kimono is different each situation. For example, in a

burial situation has a special rule to used Kimono. Every tourist who comes to Japan will never

feel complete if they do not try Kimono to use. Japanese art covers a wide range of art style and

media, including ancient pottery, sculpture in wood and bronze, ink painting on silk and paper,

calligraphy, ceramics, architecture, oil painting, literature, drama, and music. The history of

Japanese art begins with the production of ceramics by early inhabitants in tenth millennium.

Japan also developed both religious and secular artistic traditions. All of the Japanese culture has

an important meaning for every

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