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Japan
by Prabashwara

Technology

The technology in Japan is very high-tech.The Japanese people are very proud of how they have made there technology. The Japanese people are probably best, known for their robots.

Food
In addition to
rice, Japanese people eat
bread,
noodles,
and pasta and enjoy a
wide variety of
meats,
fishes,
vegetables,
and fruits.
Sushi,
tempura,
sukiyaki,
and other Japanese foods.
fashion
Technology expert in Japan: Hantaro Nagaoka
Born: August 15, 1865 Japan
Died: December 11, 1950 aged: 85
Fields: physics
Nagaoka was born in Nagasaki, Japan, and educated at Tokyo University.

After graduating in 1887 he worked with a visiting British physicist, Cargill Gilston Knott. He also attended, in 1900, the First International Congress of Physicists in Paris, where he heard Marie Curie lecture on radioactivity
,
an event that aroused Nagaoka's interest in atomic physics. Nagaoka returned to Japan in 1901 and served as professor of physics at Tokyo University until 1925.
Food expert in Japan: Minour Sano
Mr. Sano was
born on April 4, 1951. I think he is still alive. He was obviously born in Japan. He was a Japanese celebrity chef who specialized in Ramen. Minoru Sano was born in Totsuka-ku in the city of Yokohama in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. He later on became a famous ice-skater in the olympics.
I see technology as a form of creativity because when ever I see a form of technology I see it as a piece of art. There are many things in this world that are art and technology is definitely one of them.
I see food as a form of art
because, now a days it's not
just about serving food. You
have to make your food look
appetizing and artistic.


As seasons changes in Japan, so do the styles on the street. Japanese fashion is famous for moving from trend to trend very quickly, a reputation that’s very well-earned.



Really!
Do I really have to say
how fashion is a form of creativity.
Fashion is basically all about creativity.
You put a bit of ribbon here and a bit of color there......
As I was saying, fashion is 99.99 percent about creativity and 00.01 percent abut the looks.

Profile on Japan

Fashion expert in
Japan: Tomoe Shinohara

She was born in March 29, 1979 (age 36) in Higashimurayama, Tokyo, Japan and
she is still alive. She is a Singer, actress, , record producer, artist (and most importantly in this case)
a fashion desiner.Some of her fashion designs are:
Shinorer ,
choppy bangs,
layered clothing that features bright primary colors.
Theses are only some of her design but if I said them
all you would be bored out of your skull.
Population
128 057 352 People
Location In The World
This is Japan
Political Situation
Currency
Japanese Yen

Natural Resources
Famous Landmarks
These are 10 of Japan's
Famous Landmarks.
1. Hiroshima Peace Memorial
2. Jigokudani monkey park
3. Kiyomizu-dera
4. Himeji castle
5. Great Buddha Of kamakura
6. Todaiji temple
7. Tokyo tower
8. Tokyo imperial palace
9. Mount Fuji
10. Golden Pavilion
Japan is a
constitutional
country meaning that there are a set of rules that the entire country has to follow.In the history of Japan, I have been informed that on the 9 of august is when 2 nuclear bombs have been dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This was
not
an accident. Although, Nagasaki and Hiroshima are not radioactive now,as the bombs never actually touched the ground but where blown up in the air.
Where I got my information:
Google
Wikipedia
Ducksters
kids japenese
fact slides
and a few others......
th
for listening

Every one loves this so here are some fun facts about Japan:

If you want facts like this go to type in what you want and then type in fact slides for e.g. japan fact slides
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