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Interesting facts about Japan ∩( ・ω・)∩

Av shin-chan - 23 juni 2012 14:23

 


Japan is 70% mountains


Japan is made up of over 6000 islands


Kris and Jessica live in Japan


There are wild monkeys in Japan


Wild monkeys don’t like to be looked at in the eye


The Japanese Prime Minister is elected by the legislature, not the people


Legend says that the Japanese monarchy began in the 7th Century BC


In Japan they eat squid, octopus, eel, all fish, crabs, prawns, etc…


A traditional Japanese breakfast consists of rice topped with natto (fermented soy beans)


The Japanese say that the Chinese will eat anything


Golden Retrievers are the most popular pet


The Japanese use four different writing systems


In Japanese, the word for “wrong” and “different” are the same


American shows shown in Japan are: Ally McBeal, Dharma and Greg, Beverly Hills 90210, Full House, Sabrina the


Teenage Witch, Boy Meets World, Animal Rescue Kids


In Japan, Ally Mc Beal is called “Ally My Love” because McBeal when said in a Japanese dialect sounds like McBeer


Junior High and High School students wear uniforms


Elementary school students wear yellow caps


In Japan, the teachers move from class to class and the students stay in one room


At McDonalds the hamburgers are the same size as in America, but the drink sizes are one size smaller


“McDonalds” in a Japanese dialect sounds lilke “Ma-ku-do-na-ru-do”


Japanese is hard (Nihongo wa muzukashi des)


In Japan it is not uncommon to see women wearing platform shoes that are 4 to 6 inches high


Instead of “Ohayo Gozaimasu” (good morning), Japanese youngsters often say “Oha!”


Christianity comprises less than 10% of the Japanese population


Normal Japanese kitchens don’t have ovens


The bathroom is not where the toilet is found in a Japanese home

 

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Av shin-chan - 1 juli 2012 11:23


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