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  1. JAPANESE NEW ICON~I WANT TO MAKE A NEW JAPANESE ICON~

  2. 1) PEOPLE • 2) CAFÉ • 3) FASHION • 4) SAMURAI • 5) EMPER OF JAPAN

  3. PEOPLE

  4. Otaku is a Japanese term used to refer to people with obsessive interests particularly anime,manga.

  5. ・DRAGON BALL・ONE PEACE ・GTO ・POKEMON… ⇓ WRONG   ・ KEION ・ HARUHI ・EVANGERION…

  6. NEWCD START TO SELL        ⇓ ALWAYS SELLING WELL Because Each OTAKU buys the same 3 CDs.

  7. LISTENING • WATCHING • SAFEKEEPING

  8. IN THE STREET ⇓ OTAKU start a strange dance. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_L4krBEWS9E&feature=related

  9. A sacred place of the otaku      ⇓ AKIHABARA(AKIBA) Akihabara is a major shopping area for electronic, computer, anime, and OTAKU goods.

  10. CAFÉ

  11. Japanese tea ceremony Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of green tea. In Japanese, it is called chanoyu or saadō. Zen Buddhism was a primary influence in the development of the tea ceremony.

  12. MAID CAFÉ(cosplay restaurants) where the service staff dress as elegant maids. Such restaurants and cafés have quickly become a staple of Japanese OTAKU culture.

  13. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmA7hVeXpik&feature=related

  14. FASHION

  15. The KIMONO is a Japanese traditional garment worn by women, men and children. Kimonos were heavily influenced by traditional Han Chinese clothing.

  16. Women's kimonos Many modern Japanese women lack the skill to put on a kimono unaided. The typical woman's kimono outfit consists of twelve or more separate pieces. The assistance of licensed professional kimono dressers help them.

  17. Men's kimonos In contrast to women's kimono, men's kimono outfits are far simpler, typically consisting of five pieces The typical men's kimono is a subdued, dark color.(black, dark blues, greens, and browns are common)

  18. Gyaru is a Japanese transliteration of the English word gal. Its usage peaked in the 1980s and has gradually declined The term gradually drifted to apply to a younger group, whose seeming lack of interest in work or marriage.

  19. Gyaruo the gyaru's male counterpart.

  20. SAMURAI

  21. Samurai is the term for the military nobility of pre-industrial Japan, and followed Bushidō • Bushidō is said to have emphasized virtues such as loyalty, honor, obedience, duty, filial piety, and self-sacrifice. • they numbered less than 10% of Japan's population[

  22. The important things for samurai          ⇓ Try to fight even if disadvantageous Because The culture that it is shame to escape If escape Samurai have to cut own stomach

  23. Japanese sword

  24. Japanese sword(nihontō) is commonly referred to as a "samurai sword",and generally defined as the standard size curved . • Japanese sword length is around 60 cm (23.6 inches). • It has historically been associated with the samurai. • It becomes renowned for its sharpness and cutting ability. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Af736wK5Tys

  25. EMPER OF JAPAN • Under Japan's present low, the Emperor is the "symbol of the state and the unity of the people,“ • The Emperor's Birthday (currently celebrated on 23 December) is a national holiday. • When The Emperor change, period also change.

  26. Since the mid-nineteenth century, the Imperial Palace has been called Kōkyo, and located in the central Tokyo.

  27. After World War II          ⇓ Every high status of military people was punished but The Emperor was not punished.          ⇓ Japanese respected him, so if USA was punished him, every Japanese was angry.

  28. FINISH