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JAPAN
Japan is considered a constitutional monarchy with a bicameral parliament, or Diet Kokkai, but most Japanese are uncomfortable with the term monarchy and several scholars argue that Japan is a republic.

Young people in Japan have undergone a revolution result of intense pressure from school, family, and the Japanese code of education, very strict.
Elderly people are very traditional and normally follow the code of conduct. It is a society where machismo prevails and respect for the royal family and work.

Gastronomy


Government System

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Culture

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Religion

Buddhism entered Japan in the seventh century from China and Korea. At first Buddhism was the only religion of the aristocracy but later

spread to all areas. A class of Buddhism, Zen Buddhism spread among the samurai class. Since then until today, Buddhism has been the main religion of the Japanese

Traditional clothing

Geography
Japan is the size of the state of Montana
four-fifths of its land is too mountainous to be arable.
result, many people settled on the banks of the rivers and along the coastal plains.

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Member:

Carolina Juanez
Rene Zepeda
Cinthia Portillo
Moises
Karla Lopez


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Official Language: Japanese

Capital: Tokyo

Japanese (Nihongo) is a language and script. Currently it is spoken by over 127 million people.

The executive branch is responsible for the Diet consists of a cabinet composed of a prime minister and ministers of state, to be civil.
The Prime Minister must be a member of the Diet and is designated by his colleagues.

Traditional Dance

The Bon Odori is a traditional Japanese dance festival. Feast during which is welcomed to the souls of ancestors.   During the Bon Odori people gather in open spaces around a tower with taiko drums (Japanese drum) and dances to traditional music.

The origami
The origami is the Japanese art of paper folding origin (literally meaning "Fold" "paper" in Spanish of Spain is known as origami or "paper birds do" .
According to Eastern philosophy, origami brings calm and patience who practice common feature of many therapies based on the manual exercise.

Official Currency
The yen is the currency used in Japan, and is pronounced 'en'. Its symbol is ¥ Latinized, but in Japan is represented by a symbol which means round.


It is the yokata or kimono, which is kind of long robe, ankle, which is comfortable and held at the waist by a thick ribbon, that the back is making a knot bun.


The cuisine of Japan as a national cuisine has evolved over the centuries because of many political and social changes. In ancient times most of the cooking was influenced by Chinese culture.
There are many opinions about what is essential in Japanese cooking. Many think of sushi or the elegant stylized formal kaiseki meals originated as part of the tea ceremony



Known as the "Land of the Rising Sun", Japan is an economic powerhouse with thirteen centuries of history and a very strong culture.

The official name of the country is Nihon-koku or Nippon-koku
 which means "State of Japan".

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