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  1. Japan By Shay

  2. I found my information in the book Fiesta Japan. Culture in Japan The culture in Japan is Buddhism . Buddhism began in India and came to Japan in the sixth century . One of the main parts in Buddhism is the pagoda. It is thought to be a symbol of heaven. in Japan

  3. The Japanese have many holidays here are some listed bellow. • SETSUBUN-February third: bean throwing is observed to scare demons away. • NEWYEAR- the most important holiday of the year. On this holiday people: • Announce the passing of the old year to new year • Eat long noodles called • Soba and mochi dumplings made of boiled rice filled with Japanese icecream

  4. Some weird facts about Japan • The Japanese do not celebrate Christmas but they still put up Christmas lights ! Why? ,because they like looking at the twinkley lights • It is a tradition to eat K.F.C on Christmas at midnight. People reserve a bucket three months in advance! • It is a life time ambition to climb Mount Fugi once for many Japanese people, but to climb it twice would be foolish.

  5. Facts Of Japan • The population in Japan is 127,078,679 • The area is 145,882 sq. mi. and Japan is very mountainous. • Japan is made of 3,000 islands • The currency is yen and the language is Japanese.

  6. The endangered species in Japan are the Japanese macaques also known as snow monkeys . • The main things they do are manufacturing, fishing, and they also grow rice. • The average breakfast in Japan is miso soup , rice, and fish.

  7. Hello Konichiwa Ko-nee-chi-waa Goodbye How to Speak Two Words In Japanese Sayonora Saa-yone-ora

  8. Japanese Language/Symbols

  9. I got my information from: • Fiesta Japan ,The Encyclopedia, and Japan-guide.com Thanks For Watching