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Japan. Geography. Japan is a string of islands on the eastern edge of Asia. Four main islands are Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu. There are around 4,000 smaller islands that make up Japan. Nature. Almost 4/5 of Japan is covered with mountains.

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Geography
Geography

  • Japan is a string of islands on the eastern edge of Asia.

  • Four main islands are Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu.

  • There are around 4,000 smaller islands that make up Japan.


Nature
Nature

  • Almost 4/5 of Japan is covered with mountains.

  • The Japanese Alps run down the center of the largest island, Honshu.


Nature and religion
Nature and Religion

  • The Japanese people have a deep affection for the beauty of the landscape. The ancient Shinto religion says natural features like mountains, waterfalls and forests have their own spirits, like souls.


People
People

  • People first came to Japan almost 30,000 years ago by way of bridges of dry land that connected the main islands to Siberia and Korea.

  • The first society arrived by boat from Siberia though others came on foot.


Rulers
Rulers

  • In 660 BC, Japan’s first emperor came to power.

  • Emperors controlled Japan until the12th century AD when military rulers (shoguns) took control.

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  • Europeans first arrived in Japan in 1543 and brought with them guns and Christianity.

  • In 1635, the ruling shogun closed Japan to foreigners and forbade Japanese to travel abroad. This isolation lasted more than 200 years.

  • In 1868, the shoguns were overthrown and the emperors returned to rule.

  • This was a time of great change and modernization for Japan.


War them guns and Christianity.

  • Japan fought on the side of the US during World War I (1914-1917) but fought against allied forces during World War II (1941-1945).

  • In 1945, the US dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    • About 115,000 people were killed.

    • Japan surrender a few days later.


Food them guns and Christianity.

  • Japanese food consists of a lot of rice, fish, and vegetables but little meat.

  • With little fat or dairy, this diet is very healthy, which helps Japanese people live, on average, longer than any other people in the world.


Tea ceremony

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Tea Ceremony

  • Chanoyu or tea ceremony, came about when Japan adopted both Chinese practices of drinking powdered green tea and Zen Buddhist beliefs.


Origami
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  • Ori “folding

  • Kami “paper”

  • Traditional art of folding paper started in the 17th century and was popularized in the mind 1900s


First choose a basic project to complete.http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/places/countries-places/japan/japan-dest

Then design a more complex project that will consist of at least 5 pieces of origami.


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