Hello Japan, こんにちは日本

Japan was founded in 660 BC by Emperor Jimmu. Japan is home to  127.3 million people, 98% of the population is mostly Japanese oriented, and it is said that Japanese people live an average of four years longer than Americans. Many people in Japan are not very religious, but they have very serious ways of manners and customs. For example, everyone bows when they say hello, goodbye, thank you or sorry. Bowing is a term of respect, remorse, gratitude and greeting. japanese-people

In the Japanese culture , sumo wrestling has a history over 1,500 years, a legend says that the  survival of the Japanese people balance on the sumo match between the gods. Sumo wrestlers contain a strict diet, they don’t eat breakfast, exercise on an empty stomach, and eat about 20,000 each day between too meals. sumo-osaka-6

Food in Japan is bland, the traditional of Japan mostly rice with miso soup and other dishes, with an different ingredients. The side dishes often consist of fish, pickled vegetables, and vegetables cooked in broth. The food is normally plain and simple, but one thing that is not plain and simple is their street fashion.interest_food_top

Modern Street Fashion in very famous throughout Japan. The Japanese fashion styles is known as Cosplay, which is a Japanese subculture dressing in a  way as one of your favorite characters from anime, video games, manga, and  movies. Ganguro, which involves a  tan and people bleaching their hair, wearing artificial lashes, white lipstick, both black and white eyeliners, platform shoes, and brightly colored clothes.

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I recommend people to visit Japan because it would be an unique experience.

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