Turning Point Of Japan

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Understanding Japan Did Japan make the right or wrong decision when they attacked the United States? This was definitely the turning point in Japan’s history of its long political and military control. What most do not know are the events, which led to Japan’s attack to the world 's most leading country in mass destructive weapons. Due to Japan’s history, the local community continues to show tension between Americans presence. Japan’s history began in the year 13,000 B.C., known as the Jomon Period (Militarism). This primitive era prominently consists of pottery, hunters, and anglers. Following the Jomon Period is the Yayoi Period (300 B.C to 300 A.D.), where Japanese began to evolve within its agriculture and social structure. …show more content…
The Showa Period was the beginning of Japan’s noncompliance with The League of Nation. They felt racial discrimination and separated themselves from the League. This was Japan’s turning point in its independence from Western society. Japan’s dislike towards the United States geared their focus to collaborating with Germany and Italy to boycott oil from America by capturing oil rich territory, Indonesia. During this battle, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. This was the beginning of the Pacific War and continued thru 1945 with the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the United States of America in …show more content…
Japanese cultural traditions are seen in every home and establishment. When greeting elders or a higher social figure, a bow is the proper greeting. When you bow, you can either do so with a small nod of the head or giving a long bow by bending at the waist. The longer the bow, the more it shows you respect the individual you are bowing down to (Militarism). Males bow by placing their hands and arms directly on their sides and bending over at the waist. Females bow by placing their hands palm face down on their inner thighs and bending at the

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