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artworks
people
on its historical
backgrounds.....
up to its highest
PEAK
Its name....
J-------A------P------A-----N......
ALL OVER THE GLOBE.....
where you can find the land of the
RISING
SUN of the EAST..
TODAY....
ONLY
FRONTLINER
reminds us the
of ASIA....
JAPAN
marks the world's greatest achievements...INCLUDING its..
APAN
japan
jApAn
ITS HISTORICAL PERIODS(TIMELINE)
JAPAN:
EARLY JAPAN
*the inhabitants of the Japanese islands were gatherers, fishers and hunters.......
*the introduction of iron and other modern
ideas from Korea into Japan.
NARA AND HEIAN PERIOD
the first permanent Japanese capital was established in Nara, a city modelled after the Chinese capital.
Native Japanese movements became increasingly popular.
Chinese influence remain strong..
Buddhist Temples start to build.

NARA
MUROMACHI PERIOD
the first Portuguese traders and Jesuit missionaries arrived in Kyushu, and introduced firearms and christianity to Japan!!!!!!!

Azuchi-Momoyama Period
Franciscans were able to enter the country in 1593, and the Jesuits remained active in Western Japan.
Foreign traders and missionaries had acted aggressively and intolerant towards native Japanese institutions.
Edo Period
continued to promote foreign trade.He established relations with the English and the Dutch.
New art forms like kabuki and ukiyo-e became very popular especially among the townspeople.

Commodore Perry in 1853 and again in 1854 who forced the Tokugawa government to open a limited number of ports for international trade.
MEIJI PERIOD
Tokyo was the new capital ofJapan.
the Japanese were forced to sign unequal treaties with Western powers.
The education system was reformed after the French and later after the German system. Among those reforms was the introduction of compulsory education.
Principles of Confucianism and Shinto including the worship of the emperor were increasingly emphasized and taught at educational institutions.
Sino-Japanese War existed.
Russo-Japanese War existed..

Japan has already on its
comfort zone beyond its new term
as the.....
LAND OF TECHNOLOGY......
and holding this
FACT!!!!
and looking at its best......
we would say:
sue-goy!!!
(awesome!!!!)
the end of journey:
jAPAN
ARIGATU
GAIZAMASU
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