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JAPAN

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Danica Nocomora

on 17 October 2013

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Transcript of JAPAN

JAPAN
JAPAN'S CULTURE
ECONOMY'S OF JAPAN
IMPORT AND EXPORT
RELIGION
POP CULTURES
HOLIDAYS
KIMONO
FLAG OF JAPAN
TOPOGRAPHY
JAPAN'S GEOGRAPHY
located on East Asia
Gyaru
Cosplay
Manga and Anime
Kawaii
Street fashion
Hanami
Kodomo No Hi
Obon
white day( not a holiday)
Shintoism 54.1%
Buddhism 41.5%
Christianity 0.7%
Other religion 4.7%
Imports: Oil, Foodstuff, Wood, Fuel, Machinery, Manufactured Goods, Clothing

Exports: Electronics, Automobile, Fishing, Rice, Potato, Machine Tools, textiles, Computers
By : Danica Nocomora
JAPAN'S LOCATION
a traditional wear.
kimono means "thing to wear"
JAPAN'S NEIGHBORS
Russia
China
North Korea
South Korea
Taiwan
ETHNIC GROUP
Japanese: 85%
JAPAN'S POPULATION
Has 126.719 million people in 2013
ANIME AND MANGA
Chinese: 4%
JAPAN'S LANGUAGE
Japanese: 99%
Chinese: 49% of word's come frome
china.
English: 9%
A sample of japan's writing
Korea: 5%
Other: 6%
ouran highschool host club.
this anime show is mostly about a girl that is a
commoner that attends a school for the wealthy.
she broke a vase thats 500,000 yen and need to pay by being part of the host club but is need to cross-dress. the club's king, tamaki(the tall blonde) takes a likingto her and try to show his feeling for her. a romance and a comedy.
a japan religion where one believes oneself
is a member of god's creation.someone who worship all dieties of heaven and earth.
GYARU
COSPLAY
len and rin kagamine
hatsune miku
kaito shoin
kawaii
BIBLIOGRAPHY
JAPAN'S CITIES
AND POPULATION
STREET FASHION
GOVERNMENT
JAPAN'S CURENCY
the money in japan is called Yen.
JAPAN'S CLIMATE
Tokyo:
jan(winter): 42
april(spring): 57
july(summer): 77
oct(autumn): 64
http://www.taekwondo-information.org/
http://tsoj.manga.org/
http://www.japan-guide.com/
http://web.mit.edu/jpnet/
http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/
http://www.kantei.go.jp/
http://stuffinjapan.blogspot.com/
Japan by Ali brownlie
the book of knownledge
http://www.citymayors.com/
http://wiki.answers.com/
http://www.japan-guide.com/
http://www.ehow.com/
http://www.tradingeconomics.com/
http://www.tradingeconomics.com/
http://web-japan.org/
http://www.columbia.edu/
http://www.heritage.org/
http://www.hawaii.edu/
http://www.stanford.edu/
POP PRODUCTS
THAT ARE IN
AMERICA
COUSINES
POP PRODUCTS IN JAPAN
Rice dishes: Origini, sushi,curry rice,
Seafood: sashimi
noodles: ramen, udon
nabe: oden
other: bento, tempura
TOURIST ATTRACTION'S
kiyomizu-dera
tokyo sky tree
tokyo tower
himeji castle
senso-ji temple
mount. koya
yamato nadeshiko
i love kiku honda!!!!!
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