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Japan Powerpoint

Simone and Isabella
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Isabella Hamilton

on 8 October 2014

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Transcript of Japan Powerpoint

Japan
Population: 126,981,371
Imports and Exports
Clothes
Food
Family Life
The Japanese parliament is called the Diet. It consists of the House of Representatives and the House Of Councillers.The cabinet is headed by the Prime Minister.The Prime Minister is elected by the Diet.The highest court is the Supreme Court. Judges are appointed by the Cabinet.The minimum voting age is twenty. Elections for the House of Representatives is done every 4 years and half of the House of Councillers are elected every 3 years.The Emperor does not have any effective power but is only the symbol of the state (just like Queen Elizabeth the 2nd).
Size: 377,944 km²
National Symbols: Cherry blossoms, origami, green pheasant, and a koi fish
National Flag:
The japanese flag was designed in 1999.
Thanks for watching our presentation on Japan!
Presentation by: Simone and Isabella
Japan
Imports: fruits and grain, ash, wood, meat, cereal, paper, fish, boilers, footwear, copper, precious metals, and military apparel.
Exports: motor vehicles, electrical equipment, iron and steel, car parts, and computer accessories.
Fish Imported to
Car Parts made in
The traditional dress of Japan is a kimono. Kimonos are usually made of silk and have large sleeves that reach from the shoulders all the way down to the heels. They are usually worn on special occasions such as festivals, weddings, and graduation ceremonies. In everyday life, young people tend to wear t-shirts, jeans, polo shirts, and sweat pants.
A traditional Japanese meal consists of a serving of plain white rice, fish or meat, cooked vegetables, soup (usually miso soup), and pickled vegetables. They eat most of their meals with chopsticks instead of cutlery. At a Japanese restaurant you will be served with both though. The Japanese also eat food from Europe, North America and the other parts of Asia.
Map of Japan
Japan
Japan
Canada
Japan
In Japan homes are small but comfortable. In a Japanese family the mother plays a large roll in the lives of the children and spends a lot of time playing with them. Cleanliness is very important in Japan. Since the home is pretty small, they sleep on futons. They are pulled out of the cupboards at night and are put back the next morning. People do not wear shoes inside because it is a sign of respect to take them off outside. In Japan, it is common for three generations to live under the same roof. Bathing in Japan is a part of life. Every member of the family will bathe in the same water.
Both
Japan's Government
Sit on cushions when they
In fall, Japan has typhoon
When we eat we sit on chairs
Japan has many festivals
Canada is located in North
Japan is located on an island in East Asia
Summer is hot
In Canada the legal age to vote
Eat foods from around the world
Four seasons
Both countries have fast food
restaurants
is 18
Women wear kimonos on special occasions
America
It's disrespectful to wear shoes inside
Every family member bathes in the same water
We don't wear traditional
dresses in Canada
Both have a Prime Minister
We both have a monarchy
Greenwich Mean time
+ 9 hours
Relationship with
Japan's relationship with Canada is supported by the political, economic, and cultural ties. At this point in time, Canada and Japan work together in many international groups and organizations that include G8, G20, APEC, the ASEAN Regional Forum, and the OEC. Canada and Japan are very determined to ensure the economic vitality, cooperative political relationships and the growth in the Asia-Pacific Region.
Canada
Japan is a country that has given peace to the rest of the world. However, in the 20th century they had strong armed forces for a short amount of time. Japan tries to keep friendly relations with each and every country although they still don't agree with the Soviet Union. Japan also suffered the atomic bomb on August 6th, 1945. People from around the world, including Japanese go to the Peace Museum and the Peace Park in Hiroshima. They go there to pray and give peace.
Japan's Connection with the World
eat
Canada has 6 time zones
season
two official languages
{french and english}
one official language
{japanese}
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