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  • Japan
    By:
    Celia, Elise Seabrook,
    Savannah, Campbell, Malcolm ,
    Legare , & Lucas
  • Life in Japan
  • Japan’s money is called yen.
  • Japan’s money sign is written like this:¥.
  • Yen bills are ¥ 500,¥ 1,000, ¥ 5,000,& ¥ 10,000!
  • Japan is like England because they drive on the left side of the road.
  • Japan is a very lawful country with lots of Police.
  • Most people have to travel an hour or more to get to work.
  • Most people live in large cities.
    So traffic moves very slowly.
  • Did you know that in Japan, eleven cities equals more than 1,000,000 people in each!
  • JAPAN’s SPORTS
  • Martial arts started as a way for sumo wrestlers to keep in training.
  • Japan takes sports seriously.
  • It takes a lot of money to build a golf course .
  • Baseball is one of their favorite sports.
  • Golden Week
  • This is what they would eat in Golden week
  • Environment Day
    Environment Day is in Golden week.
  • Constitution Day is also in Golden week .
  • Constitution Day has some celebrations!
  • These are some festivals in Japan.
  • Japanese Education
  • Japanese kids wear yellow caps to warn drivers where they are walking.
  • Japanese learn many subjects such as art.
  • Traditional Music
  • Japanese people walk to school.
  • Japanese people have a different schedule than we do.
  • Japanese Landmarks
  • Torii Gate is a symbol of the Shinto Shrines
  • Mount Fuji is a volcano that people climb in the summer.
  • IMG is at the Torii Gate
  • This is the Tokyo Tower.
  • Japanese Style
  • Geta
    A shoe that the olden time people wore because the streets were muddy.
  • Western Clothes
    Japanese people began wearing them 100 years ago
  • Kimono
    Kimonos are made of cotton or linen.
  • Furoshiki
    Furoshiki is a square of cloth used for carrying things in a bundle.
  • Yukata
    Is a cotton kimono with a blue pattern.
  • The end
  • We got these pictures from Google images.We got music from Freeplay Musicwww.freeplaymusic.com