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Typical cultural features of Japan (Part 2)

3. Tea ceremony culture in Japan Tea ceremony is an art of enjoying tea in Japanese culture, developed around the end of the 12th century. Only a small cup of green tea, but for the Japanese it is like an … Continue reading

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Typical cultural features of Japan (Part 1)

Japan has always been known as a country with a long-standing culture, imbued with national identity, harmoniously combining the new and the old to create typical cultural features of Japan. Japan is a poor country in East Asia, this is … Continue reading

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Japanese people and 15 strange things that make the world admire (Part 3)

11. The Japanese queuing culture In Japan, they line up not simply coming to themselves, but they always trust and know for sure the next train will arrive and they believe they will be on the train. 12. Japanese honesty … Continue reading

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Japanese people and 15 strange things that make the world admire (Part 2)

5. Best regards with chopsticks Chopsticks are considered to be an application that needs respect to show the sophistication of Japanese culture, so when using it, you should pay attention to the following: Avoid use for purposes other than eating … Continue reading

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Japanese people and 15 strange things that make the world admire (Part 1)

The country and people of Japan have always been admired by the world, now Japan is not only a tourist attraction but also a destination for export workers, or an attractive destination to study abroad. the student. If you are … Continue reading

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The Japanese government lowered its forecast on economic prospects in fiscal 2020

Japan’s real GDP could drop by 4.5% in fiscal 2020 amid the COVID-19 acute respiratory infection, which is having a negative impact on economic activities. On July 30, the Cabinet Office of Japan lowered its forecast for its economic prospects … Continue reading

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Does Japanese ninja still exist?

Ninja is a famous figure in Japanese cultural history. They are the owners of the pinnacle techniques of martial arts, masters in assassination, poison preparation and hiding in the dark. Ninja is a unique cultural character that anyone interested in … Continue reading

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How is the meal in Japanese culture?

Japanese cuisine is a combination of many factors, from selecting ingredients, cooking to decorating dishes, setting the table, even sitting posture. Typically, a traditional meal in the land of the rising sun will include white rice, miso soup, seafood and … Continue reading

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Japan will declare a state of emergency (Part 2)

The Japanese Prime Minister will declare a state of emergency after the meeting if in fact the situation of the Covid-19 epidemic in this country meets two conditions. First, the disease must be a serious threat to the life and … Continue reading

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Japan will declare a state of emergency (Part 1)

Japanese Prime Minister, Abe Shinzo, said on April 6 that he would formally declare a state of emergency in 7 provinces tomorrow (April 7). Japan Times reported on April 6 afternoon, Mr. Abe is expected to declare a state of … Continue reading

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