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The Japanese Culture

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Amara Person-Hampton

on 7 December 2012

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Transcript of The Japanese Culture

Our Traditional Japanese Exp. Japan vs. US in healthcare spending Cost of Living Alphabet The Japanese Culture Traditional Meals Japan's Media Modern Japanese Art Japanese Education Group Orientation
Politeness/ Punctuality
Indirect form of speaking
Suppression of feelings
Loyalty/ Obedience to Family or Community
Interracial Marriage discouraged
Gender Roles
Nonverbal Communication (Silence) Japanese Values COLLECTIVISM
HIGH UNCERTAINTY AVOIDANCE
HIGH POWER DISTANCE
MASCULINITY
LONG-TERM ORIENTATION Hofstede’s Patterns Modern young working parents are sharing their roles such as housework, taking care of children, and supervising education. Families Per Capita income As of March 2012 the estimated population is 127,650,000, making
Japan one of the most densely populated countries. Japanese Population In Hirigana changing ka to ga Geography Protection from natural hazards
Controversy about nuclear energy
Discrimination against women
Pollution
Aging of the population Current issues Japanese Scenery A weird new Botox beauty trend is taking over Japan Bagel Head Traditional Geisha The new generation Judgement of Beauty 12h days
Overtime is sign of devotion/ success
Gender Roles
Homes= work free zones Work hours Jobs Parliamentary System also called Diet
Cabinet headed by the Prime Minister Japanese Government Climate in japan Japan is an island nation in East Asia located on the Pacific Ocean Japan’s Location Japan & Sports Japan & Cinema Consumer Electronics
Automobiles
Computers
Semi-Conductors
Copper
Iron and Steel
Ship building
Aerospace
And much more……. Some major export industries that consist in Japan are : Japanese Industries Architecture Japanese & Leaisure Activities Gestures
Greeting
Restraint of strong feelings
The smile
Eye contact
Touch Body Language In Katakana changing Chi to Ji Tokugawa Shogunate(Edo Period 1603-1868)Brought peace and prosperity
WWII Japan was part of Axis Alliance endedwith mass destruction
The aftermath of Japan's recent Tsunami's Triggered by a 9.0 earthquake History Japan & Fashion Canon, Casio, Citizen, Fujifilm, Fujitsu, Hitachi, JVC Kenwood, Mitsubishi Electric, NEC, Nikon, Nintendo, Olympus, Panasonic, Pioneer, Ricoh, Seiko Group, Sharp, Sony, TDK and Toshiba. Technology Anime
(popular modern art) The Battles of Hogen and Heiji, Edo period (1615–1868), 17th century The Battles of Hogen and Heiji, Edo period (1615–1868), 17th century Art of the Edo Period (1615–1868)
A time in which the feudal society governed Old fashion
Footbinding
Plastic Surgery on the eyes so that they appear bigger Unique Processes for beauty Shinto and Buddhism are Japan’s two major religions. Japanese Religion -In the 1900’s -Currently -From the feudal years of japan Writing styles Ramen Fried Rice White Rice Sushi For over 2000 years, rice has been the most important food in Japanese Cuisines, but other foods are also common. Japanese Food Japanese Healthcare Language+Music
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