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  • The following part we want to talk about is the economy of Japan. Japan is the second large economy of the world, after the USA around US $5 trillion in terms of nominal GPA. According to the research of GPA as sector in 2006, there are 1.6% in agriculture, 25.3% in manufacturing industry while 73.1% in tertiary industry, which is the highest proportion in Japan economy.Since Japan is a mountainous , volcanic island country, there are inadequate natural resources to support its growing economy and large population, Japan is heavilydependence on imported raw-material and energy such as iron and mineral from the other countries.However, as Japan has a sense of insecurity, its tend to be self-sufficient. Therefore, the nation built up the manufacturing and processing industries to convert raw-material from abroad. For example , they use timber as the raw-material
  • For the agriculture of Japan, although there are only 15% of land is suitable for cultivation, it can still be self-sufficient in agriculture. There are several reasons. Firstly, a system of terraces is used to farm in small areas. Secondly, agricultural products are highly subsidized and protected by the government. Thirdly, practice small-scale cultivation to minimize the risk of loss. Lastly , Use agricultural technology like genetically engineered seeds.Because of the above reasons, Japan’s agricultural self-sufficiency rate is50%

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  • 1. HTM 2118 – Hospitality & Culture Group ProjectJAPAN
    Group Member - Cheris Cheung
    Willa Yip
    Charlie Lau
    Athena Chan
    Bobo Lee
  • 2. Basic information of Japan
  • 3. Language
  • 4. History
  • 5. Until 1893,the coming of Perry
  • 6. USA-Japan relation
  • 7.
  • 8. Douglas MacArthur and Emperor Hirohito.
  • 9.
  • 10. Sino-Japanese relation
    Japan: I don’t want to be defeated by the European as China!!!
  • 11.
  • 12. From 1850s
  • 13. To 1900s
  • 14. Modern
  • 15. Therefore, protests
  • 16.
  • 17. Undeniable truth
  • 18.
  • 19.
  • 20. Japan's Government
  • 21.
  • 22. Education System
  • 23.
  • 24.
  • 25. Real case - Daijiro
    I succeed!!!
  • 26. Yutori education (ゆとり教育)
  • 27. Fear of Religion
  • 28.
  • 29.
  • 30. The major “religion”
  • 31. Code of conduct
  • 32. Impact on Hospitality
  • 33.
  • 34.
  • 35.
    • The climate difference of Japan facilitates the domestic travel.
  • Economic Structure
  • 36. Agriculture
  • 37. Services
  • 38. Example: Japan Airlines
    • JAL is one of the largest airline in the world
  • Industry
  • 39. Employment Structure
  • 40. Permanent employment
  • 41. Karōshi
  • 42. Impact on Hospitality
  • 43. People’s mindset
  • 44.
  • 45.
  • 46. Cultural sensitivityImpact on Hospitality
  • 47.
  • 48.
  • 49.
    • Japanese prefer to quite and unobtrusive public dining environment.
    Therefore, associates should not seat Japanese in the center of the restaurant
    • A Japanese lunch invitation is to meant to discuss a problem; A dinner invitation is to celebrate
  • FOOD - O-sake
  • 50. YOSHINOYA
  • 51. Impact on Hospitality
  • 52. Japanese table manner
  • 53.
  • 54. Drug problem
  • 55. Family Structure
  • 56.
  • 57. Social Stratification
  • 58. Racism
  • 59. Racism
    • Rumor is from black man, information is from white man.
    • 60. Please mind the black man on the Tokyo Underground.
  • Impact on Hospitality
  • 61. Fear
  • 62. Uncertainty avoidance:
  • 63. Fear
  • 64. Uncertainty Avoidance:
  • 65. How Safe Is Japan?
  • 66. Impact on Hospitality
  • 67. Japanese Festivals
  • 68. Sapporo Snow Festival
  • 69. Cherry Blossom Festival
  • 70. Sports & Martial arts Football
  • 71. Baseball
  • 72. Sumo
  • 73. Judo
  • 74. Geisha
  • 75. Music
  • 76. Impact on Hospitality
  • 77. Teens culture - Cosplay
  • 78. Comics
  • 79. Otaku
  • 80. Blog
  • 81. Special Culture of Blog in Japan
  • 82. Impact on Hospitality
  • 83. Hot spring
  • 84.
  • 85. Conclusion
  • 86. Reference
    Japan,its history and culture Morton, W. Scott (William Scott)
    The political structure of Japan 許介鱗, 楊鈞池著 2006
    欄遠眺日本的威脅 / 李國強著
  • 87. END