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Japanese Immigrants

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Japanese Immigrants
Kyoto was the old capital
Emperor Meiji moved from the old capital in 1868 to Edo
Edo was renamed as Tokyo
Japanese FOOD
Japanese Beef Steak - Japanese beef steak is like western beef except for the soy sauce. The sauce is like teriyaki, but less sweet.

Hayashi Rice - Hayashi rice is Japanese beef stew, that is poured in the steamed rice. Hayashi rice has been very popular in the 1970's and 1980's, but it is still a popular dish for Japanese people.

Menchi Katsu - Menchi Katsu is deep fried ground meat patties with chopped onion and with shreaded cabbage on the side of the dish. On the meat patties there is Katsu sauce. The name Menchi comes from miced meat and Mench Katsuis also sometimes called Minchi Katsu.
Season and Climate
What is important
about Tokyo? (The capital city)
Japanese clothes
Main dishes
Interesting Facts
Contributions: Religion, Medicine
Japan
Contributions: food, clothing
Contributions: art, education
Contributions: business, language
STAPLE FOODS
Noodles (men - rui)
Udon noodles
Soba noodles
Ramen noodles

Rice (gohan)
white rice (Hakumai)
uncooked rice (kome)
rice cakes (mocha)
rice crackers (senbei)
rice wine (sake)

Seafood and meat
Raw seafood (Sushi)
grilled chicken (yakitori)
Korean barbeque (yakiniku)
beef bowl (gyudon)
Japanese Religons
Buddhist
Shinto
Christian
(used for common words)
(used for foreign words)
(chinese characters)
Japanese American communities have:
Buddist temple
Shinto shrines
christian churches
that became the center of communal life
(Buddhist Temple)
(Shinto Shrine)
tRADITIONAL jAPANESE CLOTHING
(Christian Church)
When did japanese immigrants
come to Canada?
first japanee immigrants called Issei (first generation)
arrived between 1877 and 1928
until 1907 all japanese immigrants were young men
in 1907 Canada insisted that japan limit the migration of males to Canada to 400 per year
Red circle represents the sun
Translates to "rising sun" or "circle of the sun"
Mostly known as hinomaru
kimono
Haori
The continent Japan is in is Asia
Japan's populations is 126,784,843
Japan has 1500 earthquakes every year
More than 50,000 people are over 100 years old.
look at japanesee clothes
The Ainu are ancestors of the Joman people.They have invented many things we think of in japan today such as:Sashimi, Wasabi, Miso, Hot pot, eating dried kelp, Soybeans, and Lacquer Bowls.

Miyake, Kawakubo, and Yamamoto have all contributed to the rise of Japanese Fashion by communicating it's aesthetic (beauty) to the global market.
Manzo Nagano was born in 1885 and he was the the first Japanese immigrant to come to Canada. when he had reached his working age , he worked as a carpenter's apprentice in his hometown . When he was 22 he became involved in boat refitting and repair. Manzo also fished for salmon on the Fraser River for three years before moving to Vancouver , where he loaded timber on outbound ships. In 1923 Manzo Nagano died cause he was suufering from tuberculosis since 1922.
The first Japanese language school was made in 1906 and it is called
Vancouver Kyoritsu Nippon Kokumin Gakko.
Manzo Nagano
haramaki is like a waist band
Where did Japanese immigrants settle in Canada?
First Japanese immigrant settled in British Columbia
42 percent of Japanese people lived in British Columbia
35 percent of Japanese immigrants lived in Ontario
14 percent of Japanese immigrants lived in Alberta
Winter: In Japan you won't
see the tempature drop
below 0 ºC by the pacific coast. It's dry and sunny. In the center of Japan and
north of Japan.


Spring: In Japan spring is from March to May and warm but not hot and there is rarely any rain unlike in Canada.
Summer: It begins in June and wraps up in August. For 4 weeks it's rainy and it's hot an has high temperature.
Autumn: Autumn is from September to November. There is light breeze and the temperature is cool between 4 º C - 10 º C
Population in Japan
Resources
Christina
Sivane
Nayaab
Tajay
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/school/japan/flag/

https://lingualift.com/blog/capital-cities-japan/

http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Tokyo.aspx


http://www.nationsonline.org/maps/japan-map.jpg

http://www.itmonline.org/arts/kampo.htm

http://www.factslides.com/s-Japan

http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/89-621-x/89-621-x2007013-eng.htm#6

http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/44667.html
http://www.japanesecooking101.com/category/main-dish

http://tokyo.angloinfo.com/information/lifestyle/food-and-drink/staple-foods/

http://centre.nikkeiplace.org/japanese-canadian-timeline/

http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/japanese-canadians/ http://www.japan-talk.com/jt/new/japanese-snacks

http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/virtual/kimono/kimono04.html

http://www.fromjapan.co.jp/blog/en/fashion/all-about-kimono-and-yukata-the-differences-how-to-wear-buy.html

https://www.google.com/search?q=when+did+japanese+immigrants+come+to+canada&sourceid=ie7&rls=com.microsoft:en-US:IE-Address&ie=&oe=&safe=active&gws_rd=ssl

http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_kanji.htm

http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_hiragana.htm

http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_katakana.htm

http://www.jref.com/forum/threads/the-ainu-contribution-to-japanese-food.56620/

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/jafa.htm

https://books.google.ca/books?id=Szm2BQAAQBAJ&pg=PA36&lpg=PA36&dq=japanese+immigrant+religons&source=bl&ots=FU7soig2b&sig=ZYOqXcIwEelEgEB6ugYeZkw3f84&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjax76hzpPKAhVGGh4KHfYGCt8Q6AEIVjAN#v=onepage&q=japanese%20immigrant%20religons&f=false
The capital city is Tokyo
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Japan Science and Technology Agency have worked together to research on stem cells
In 2001, 46% of Japanese Canadians have said they are not religious
Of the Japanese Canadians that were religious 33% were Christian and 16% were Buddhist

Baby girls wear white kimono with bright coloured kimono ontop
Baby boys wear black decorated kimono
On Shichi-Go-San girls and boys wear kimonos too
On this other occasion girls wear furisode (are kimono but with long flowing sleeves)
Boys wear haori (which are half coats)
Zori are kimonos traditional footware and it must be worn with tabi socks for women
Men kimono are usually more simpilar and they come in clolors like black, brown, grey, and dark blue
Men dont have to wear tabi socks with zori
Now a days less people wear kimono because they are really expensive and are hard to wear
For yukata you wear geta sandals which are made out of wood
For fashion they wear obi or obidome
Yukata are not expensive compared to kimono
http:\\japanese.about\.com\od\japaneselessons\a\06100.htm

https://prezi.com/mvqgcuvulq7j/japanese-immigration-to-canada-from-1850-to-1920/

http://www.sedia.ca/for-students/history-of-japanese-canadians/early-immigration/

Japanese education started after world war 2. there are 6 years of elementary school and 3 years of junior high school and 3 years of senoir high school and 4 years of university
Education
-in 2016 the population is
126,781,467

-in 1998 the poulation was 125,048,712

-in 1980 the population was 115,912,104

-in 1970 the population was 103,707,537
Why would Japanese immigrants want to come to Canada?
Japanese immagrants came to canada in search for work
some immagrants came to canada and started a buisness
immagrants came to canada for farming and fishing
Main Language The Japanese
Speaks
Japanese
hirigana
katakana
kanji
The vowels sounds are pronounced
a
as in father

i
as in meet
u
as in rude
e
as in say
o
as in go
http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/japan/japanworkbook/language/lsp.htm
hirigana
katakana
kanji
Also ther are 14 more
languages that are spoken in japan
http://www.answers.com/Q/What_languages_are_spoken_in_Japan
Ainu
Korean
Miyako
and lots more!
http://char.txa.cornell.edu/nonwest/japan/japanhis.htm
Art
Japanese art, is tend to be based on culture.Japanese art is absract and naturalistic.
http://www.pachs.net/blogs/comments/japanese_contributions_to_modern_physics_from_yukawa_to_nambu/
contributions
the Japanese instrument the Hideki yukawa
was invented by yukawa potential a Japanese
company
http://www.pachs.net/blogs/comments/japanese_contributions_to_modern_physics_from_yukawa_to_nambu/
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