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Transcript of Japan
Peoples.org estimates that there is 650,000 Deaf Japanese but their history goes way back!
The first mention of the Deaf is in the Kojiki, a religious text that is one of the oldest Shinto texts.
The Shinto myth of creation.
The story of Ebsito and the lives of Deaf people.
1940's The Japanese Federation of the Deaf (JFD)
DPro vs JFD
Improvement for the Deaf
How Deaf schools got their start in 1862.
The first Deaf school, Kyoto Mouain, currently called Kyoto Prefectural School for the Blind.
They taught fingerspelling, reading and writing.
Second Deaf school.
Taisho Era (1912-1926).
1940's and after World War II
Japan is a beautiful country with an incredible culture and history! That history goes back thousands of years as does Japan's Deaf history.
My Presentation Points
Deaf history, School and Support
Some of Japan's Culture
Homes, Food and Jobs
Old traditional Japanese homes are not only incredible but show the beauty of Japanese culture.
Some features you can find in a classic Japanese home!
You all know I love food. Food itself is such a reflection of culture Japan is no different! Here are some popular dishes!
Not only is their food delicious but is know in the culinary world for presentation! Their ability to transform a simple dish into a piece of art!
Variety of work
Growth of the work force
Overall, Japan is a beautiful country that has wonderful culture and people.
I'm personally excited for the future.