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JAPAN

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Transcript of JAPAN

JAPAN GEOGRAPHY Japan COMPOSITION AND TOPOGRAPHY EARTHQUAKES AND PREPAREDNESS SEASONS KONIUMI Izagani
and
Izanami Amaterasu Susano Tsukuyomi HISTORY • Paleolithic age (50000-12000BC) •Jōmon period (14000-300BC) •Yayoi period (300BC-250AD) •Kofun period (250-538) •Asuka period (538-710) •Nara period (710-794) •Heian Period (794-1185) •Kamakura period (1185-1333) •Kemmu restoration (1333-1336) •Muromachi period (1336-1573) •Azuchi-Momoyama period (1573-1603) •EDO (1603-1868) •MEIJI RESTORATION (1868-1912) •Taishō Period (1912-1926) •Shōwa period (1926-1989) •Heisei Period (1989-present) GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN EDUCATION Foreign Students TRANSPORTATION RAILWAYS AIRPLANES BUSES SHIPS CARS BICYCLE RELIGION SHINTOISM BUDDHISM CONFUCIANISM ZEN HOLIDAYS JANUARY SHOGATSU
(New year) January 1fs SEIJIN NO HI (Coming of Age) Second Monday of January FEBRUARY kenkoku kinenbi (National Fundation Day) February 11th MARCH Shunbun no hi (The Vernal Equinox) March 21st APRIL Showa no hi (Golden Week) April 29th MAY Kenpo Kinenbi (Constitution Day) May 3rd Midori no hi
(Greenery Day) May 4th Kodomo no hi
(Children's day) May 5th JULY Umi no hi (Marine Day) Third Monday Tanabata (Star Festival) 7th Day of the 7th Month AUGUST Tanabata Festival SEPTEMBER Keiro no hi
(Respect for the aged day)
Third Monday of September Shubun no hi
(The Autumnal Equinox) September 23rd OCTOBER Taiiku no hi (Health and Sports Day)
The Second Monday of October NOVEMBER Bunka no hi (Culture Day) November 3rd Kinro Kansha no hi
(Labor Thanksgiving Day) November 23rd DECEMBER Tenno no tanjoubi
(The current emperor's date of birth) December 23rd JAPANESE DISHES RICE Chazuke Domburi Fried Rice Kare Raisu Kayu Onigiri Rice Bowl Sushi SEAFOOD DISHES Sashimi Yakizakana NOODLE DISHES Ramen Soba Somen Udon Yakisoba NABE DISHES Chanko Nabe Oden Shabu Shabu Sukiyaki MEAT DISHES Nikujaba Tonkatsu Yakitori SOYA BEAN DISHES Agedashi Tofu Miso Soup Yudofu YOSHOKU DISHES Hamubagu Hayashi Raisu Korokke Omoraisu OTHER DISHES Chawan-mushi Gyoza Monjayaki Okonomiyaki Tempura Tsukemono SAMURAIS AND NINJAS SAMURAIS NINJA HEALTH CARE INTERVIEW Yamazaki Yoshiyuki
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