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Culture - Explore Japan - Kids Web Japan - Web Japan

Japan has absorbed many ideas from other countries over the course of its history, including technology, customs, and forms of cultural expression, …

Explore Japan - Kids Web Japan - Web Japan

A girl practicing karate-do, a martial art that hones both physical and spiritual strength (JKF)<p>Children practicing kendo, Japanese fencing using …

Housing

Lifestyles in Japan changed dramatically after World War II, when large numbers of people moved from the countryside to the cities to make their …

Regions of Japan - Explore Japan - Kids Web Japan - Web Japan

Click on the map’s blue text for descriptions of each region.<p>Japan has 47 prefectures. On the basis of geographical and historical background, these …

Nature and Climate - Explore Japan - Kids Web Japan - Web Japan

Does the experience of living in Japan make you a better person? The good, bad and ugly

We asked expats living in Japan if they thought that simply living here has made them a better person. Find out the results: the good, the bad and …

Japan

This is How Japanese Drivers Say Thank You When You Let Them Merge on Your Lane

Japanese culture dictates their citizens to be very polite. They value respect and they show gratitude in the simplest ways. May it be verbal or non …

Revealed: How to see Japanese sumo wrestling for free and how to behave once you're inside

• <b>Sumo wrestlers live and train in stables for the duration of their career</b>• <b><br>Also known as beya, the facilities are located throughout Japanese</b> …

Japan's Cloaking-Shell Train Will Blend in with Its Surroundings

Designed to please the eye rather than to be stealthy.<p>Soon, Japan may get its first (sort of) stealth train. The newly-designed vehicle comes with a mirror-like shell designed to make it blend in with its environment, acting like a low-tech cloaking device.<p>The design by Kazuyo Sejima is expected to …

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Origami Goes High-tech

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