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What is the primary Japanese religion July 28

Shinto and Buddhism exist together peacefully in Japan. However, the average Japanese person does not spend a great deal of time focusing on religion during the course of his life. Religious ceremonies come into play at birth, weddings and funerals,

What are some ancient Japanese weapons July 28

The tachi was the sword used by the samurai back when they were primarily a mounted force. The sword had a deeper curvature than the katana and hung from the back with cords, with the edge facing down. The deeper curve allowed an easier draw. The tac

Why do Japanese women paint their faces white July 28

Why do Japanese women paint their faces white
Credit:Kazunori NagashimaTaxi JapanGetty ImagesDuring the Heian era, Japan was under a strong cultural influence from China. It was during this time that Japanese courtesans, known as geisha ...

What are the kinds of Japanese maple diseases July 28

Verticillium wilt is one of the most dangerous Japanese maple diseases. It is caused by a soil-dwelling fungus that is very difficult to eradicate. The fungus attacks the tree through its roots, sometimes affecting one side of the tree while leaving

What is my Japanese zodiac sign July 28

The 12 animals of the Japanese zodiac system are the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster and boar. Under the Japanese zodiac, individuals born in a particular year is said to inherit some characteristics of their zodi

What US cities begin with San July 28

Cities prefixed with "San" are most common in the southwestern states, particularly in California. California has many other cities that begin with "San" such as San Bernardino, San Bruno, San Leandro, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo and Sa

What do Japanese cherry blossoms symbolize July 28

In Japan, "hanami" refers to the traditional custom of people gathering to enjoy the transient beauty of cherry blossoms during their short blooming season. In modern Japan, the weather bureau announces the cherry blossom blooming season in &quo

What is the Japanese currency called July 28

What is the Japanese currency called
Credit:AFP / StringerAFPGetty ImagesThe Encyclopaedia Britannica states that the name for the yen comes from the name of an ancient Chinese coin known as the yuan. The yen had completely rep ...

What type of plate boundary does the San Andreas Fault exemplify July 28

What type of plate boundary does the San Andreas Fault exemplify
Credit:James BalogThe Image BankGetty ImagesMost transform faults are underwater, but the San Andreas Fault is one of the few that is exposed on land. Transform faults have shallow earthquak ...

What are the Japanese influences on the Philippines July 28

What are the Japanese influences on the Philippines
Credit:Gideon TsangCC-BY-SA 2.0During the Japanese occupation of the Philippines during World War II, the Japanese influenced the government in the Philippines by enforcing a strict curfew, ...

What do Japanese people eat for dinner July 28

What do Japanese people eat for dinner
Credit:weareadventurersE+Getty ImagesSticky, short-grained rice remains the most important part of a Japanese dinner, even though its popularity has decreased over recent years. Rice is also ...

What foods do the Japanese eat July 28

What foods do the Japanese eat
Credit:t-mizoCC-BY 2.0Fish is a staple in Japanese food, and it is prepared many ways, including grilled, battered and fried, raw and almost alive. While seafood is the most common protein, ...

What is a Japanese snowball bush July 28

The Japanese snowball bush blooms most notably in mid to late spring. The shrub's botanical name is Viburnum plicatum. The cymes, or flat-topped clusters, are made up of white flowers reaching up to 4 inches in width. In late summer, the shrub produc
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