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    Japanese Diets

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    In the best of times, the Japanese have always had a variety of foodstuffs from which to choose, both from the land and sea. Of course, one's diet depended to a great extent on social class. As those considered samurai could range in means from very poor to very rich-and thus experienced diets that crossed classes-we'll examine some generalities. Rice Unsurprisingly, rice was a staple food, and was so important as to be considered a measure of wealth. Farming in Japan has never been an…

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    Ma Ona Musubi

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    find in Hawaii is authentic Japanese miso soup unless you know the one place to look for this old-world delicacy. Ma'ona Musubi, located in the heart of downtown Honolulu, HI is a breakfast and lunch restaurant specializing in a variety of Japanese dishes, but perhaps, the most sought-after creation is the miso soup. Ma'ona Musubi’s owner/chef insists upon using only fresh, high-quality ingredients because there are no shortcuts when it comes to making authentic Japanese miso soup. This is why…

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    It is a world in a hundred million objects. Commissioned by Ai Weiwei, “Sunflower Seeds”, is a 1,000 square meter room laid out with 100 million porcelain seeds, with approximately a depth of 10 centimeters, at the east end of the Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern in London. Each seeds appears to be the same, but each seed is actually unique. After a 30 step procedure, each seed was moulded, fired at 1,300 degrees, hand painted, and fired again in the Chinese city of Jingdezhen, (a town whose…

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    Hojoki Urban Environment

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    At the beginning of the Hojoki, it says there were clear lines between the poor and the rich, and they have completely different houses, residential environment. “why do they delight our eyes?” this phrase shows having a “good” house was one of important thing for the people during this period. It tells big events which affected to peasants such as the huge fire. Moreover, it also includes historical facts. The Hojoki shows that the capital was moved suddenly even though the new capital was not…

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    Astro Boy Research Paper

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    When I first found out about Japanese culture I fell in love with it deeply, it made me feel like a child on its first game system. But there is one question about the assumption of it and that question is “Should the amount of american assumption be considered Cultural Appropriation?”No! American consumption of anime should be more of a cultural exchange instead. I believe that Anime/Manga is made for everyone starting with the very creation of Astro Boy.(The First Anime ever released in…

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    father and entrepreneur, Lawrence Ferlinghetti helped generate the literary movement: “Beat” in the 1950s. Like many others, he believed that literature should be available to all everyone. Despite, their education, wealth or heritage. He composed poetry to discuss taboos, political movement and to ponder “American idiom and modern jazz.” (Lawrence Ferlinghetti). Lawrence Ferlinghetti was a vital artist during the 1950s; he led an authoritative example for others, resulting in many artists…

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    Shark Clan Short Story

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    When the Shark Clan leader was killed, all was well in the ocean. The criminal activity had stopped. It was an early morning in September. The water was murky. The water was cold. And my home was quiet. Only the sound of the current could be heard. Through my open window, I heard screams of another fish who had fallen into the hands of the members of the Clan. A faint, devious laughter could be heard. This was the sound of another crime, and another innocent life that was lost. Most citizens of…

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    Essay On Shinto Religion

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    far from the western concept of religion, it is a solid religious system. It offers a path to Kami for both men and women of all traditions and backgrounds, which is astounding because it can be followed by anyone. Its traditions remain present in Japanese society, and will likely serve as a religious stronghold for many years to come. I hope you understand…

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    Country Analysis Of Japan

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    In March, 2011, Japan has suffered in one of the most intensive earthquakes in its history (CIA, 2016). This earthquake was killed thousands of Japanese and erased billions of dollars in assets. Again, the Japanese people are never give up to the natural catastrophe. Prime Minister ABE has worked diligently to rebuild his country by requested Japanese people need to be united and worked together during the difficult time in its history. As a result, in the December, 2012, Japan was recovered…

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    Japanese companies are making their companies learn and speak in English so that they could trade more easily with other countries. English is one of the top widely spoken languages in the world so it would make sense that the Japanese companies want a common language to speak with. Why English Matters said, “If you don 't globalize we will shrink further, using English…

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