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Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
Lo bueno y malo de Japon
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Lo bueno y malo de Japon

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  • 1. Japan
  • 2. 日本, literal meaning: "the sun's origin" Known as the "Land of the Rising Sun", Japan is now an economic powerhouse with three centuries of history and culture marked.
  • 3. • Matsuri • Festival where participants adore, worship and communicate with the gods The day before the start of spring in the old Japanese calendar, the habit is spreading and throwing beans to drive away demons or bad luck.
  • 4.  The religion of Japan is not very defined, because the Japanese do not believe in a particular religion. But mainly practiced: Buddhism and Shintoism
  • 5. Valentine's Day Party Girls or the wrists   One of the peculiarities presented in Japan is that only women give gifts, usually chocolates Held to ask the girls grow up and be happy in the future
  • 6. Star Festival White Day Two stars located on opposite sides of the Milky Way doomed to be separated, are only once a year, on July 7   It is celebrated one month after Valentine's the men who have received gifts on Valentine returned the favor in the form of gift
  • 7. Karate 空手道 Karate: kárate (空 手 道 karatedō, " the way of the empty hand ") is a modern martial art of Japanese origin. arises officially in 1933, from existing combat systems on Okinawa and was popularized in Japan by Gichin Funakoshi.
  • 8. Is a unique fighting type in the world that was invented by the Japanese, as ceremonious and spectacular. Warriors weigh hundreds of pounds and trained a lifetime to increase both their strength and their body weight
  • 9. ORIGAMI Origami ( ) is the art of Japanese origin. According to Eastern philosophy, origami brings calm and patience who practice common feature of many therapies based on manual exercise.
  • 10. JAPANESE TRADITIONS ● Remove shoes when entering of each house, hotel or restaurant ● ● Bowing to show respect. Using a bicycle continuously for short trips.
  • 11. •Earthquakes are common in Japan. •One study showed that seismic disturbances, especially minor nature, occurring more than three times a day. •The eastern coasts are vulnerable to major earthquakes affecting large areas and are usually accompanied by large tsunamis.
  • 12. The earthquake of magnitude 8.9 occurred on Friday, March 11, 2011 in Japan is among the most powerful since the early twentieth century.
  • 13. Japan has 53 active nuclear reactors, nuclear power plants grouped in 17 The mortal danger to living things by radioactivity lasts hundreds of years.
  • 14. The rural Japan suffered the damage caused by the nuclear accident and tsunami More than 20,000 hectares of fertile land in the northeast Japanese, the livelihoods of entire villages have been useless after the tsunami of March 11, of 2011, to which is now added the ban on growing in soils with high radiation.
  • 15. Ramen Sushi Onigiri
  • 16. Wok Tem a pur Almost all the food It is based on agriculture and traditional fishing. So pa Mis o
  • 17. GASTRONOMY Ramen. Okonomiyaki Donburi de Bulgogui Donburi de Katsudon
  • 18. Japan is a leading country in technology
  • 19. The development of these robots is so they can serve as a company and help elderly Japanese,
  • 20. The Japanese people do not throw trash on the streets All Streets are clean.

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