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    The Tokyo Subway Sarin Attack, was considered a domestic terrorism. On March 20, 1995 Japan’s First chemical warfare attack occur. On a Monday morning, what seemed to be normal day in Kasumigaseki subway station. A disasters was about to occur. This act was caused by the members of Aum Shinrikyo, whom had 10 participants. This terrorism was considered to be religious attack. It’s mission was to take upon himself as well as others the sins the people or “world” as he called. Also he claimed that he could transfer to his followers spiritual power and ultimately take away their sins and bad works. With this being said he combined his belief with his participants Ikuo Hayashi a senior medical doctor, Kenichi Hirose Physics in Chemical science, Toru Toyoda, Masato Yokoyama, and Yasuo Hayashi they all had a degree in Science Technology. Making this the perfect set for a gas attack.(History) During this attack on the rush hour in Tokyo. There was secretly release lethal sarin gas into the air. This is a colorless and odorless liquid, which in this case was used as a chemical weapon. This can be considered as a weapon mass destruction. This…

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    international arena. As to say, landmarks like Tokyo Tower, cherry blossoms, bullet train, Tokyo Bay Bridge, etc. and famous video games icon like Pac-man, Hello Kitty and Doraemon were shown in the video clip which caught the attention of foreign entities (The Hindu, 2016). According to (Easton, 2016) in an article, the short presentation or “The Tokyo Show” represented a sense of uniqueness and positivity which embody the soft power that Joseph Nye identifies. Giving the fact that “The Tokyo…

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    Heian Golden Age Analysis

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    Toyotomi Hideyoshi reconstructed the damage from the Ōnin War such as the burned down buildings, trenches, the fortressed mansion, etc. He rebuild new streets in the city, he abandoned the initial square block design of the capital and replaced it with rectangular blocks, and he encircled an earthwork wall called an odoi around Kyoto to protect it from enemies. Around 1864, during the Hamaguri rebellion (or the rebellion against Japan 's last feudal government called the Tokugawa shogunate)…

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    industrialize city with too “many stimuli.” Meiji Era brought about many changes to Japan, but as with other countries that underwent industrialization and modernization, only certain parts experience change. Sanshiro’s hometown in the countryside is vastly less affected by this change than Tokyo. Back home, he has a family, the “only natural” society, according to Rousseau, but in the city, Sanshiro has to submit to other people, and to an industrialize society. He is restricted to a new…

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    Kokoro Analysis

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    “I” is a character in which loneliness and confusion are the outcome of his failure to commit to his values. The largest inconsistency in value displayed by “I” is a crucial one to the traditional Confucian values - a strong respect for his father. While a strong respect for authority is important in both traditional and modern ideals, truly serving and submitting to one’s father as an authority figure is emphasized in Confucian values, whereas the stress placed on this ideal is lessened in the…

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    Dojoji Play Analysis

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    Midterm Assignment – Dojoji (Noh) For my assignment I have chosen to analyse the second act of the Noh play Dojoji, author unknown, translated by Donald Keane. The common and recurring themes of Noh, gender and religion, are hugely prevalent in this piece, and my selected section of the play illustrates this well. Noh, derived from the Sino-Japanese word for “skill” or “talent” is the oldest form of major theatre art still regularly performed today. Popular performance modes of the 10th and…

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    Introduction Japan, in the nineteenth century, has gone through much reform. Prior to the Meiji Period, much of what the citizens knew was based around farming and agriculture . Japan had not yet explored trade with other countries, aside from China, which happened during the Taika Reform. The Taika Reform, happening in mid-sixth century, “opened Japan to the incorporation of new ideas and institutions from China .” Many scholars associate the Meiji Reform to the Taika Reform, although the…

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    the story reaches the scene of learning dancing from Countess Aleksandra Shlemskaya, this can match to the Russo-Japan war. There are 2 reasons for match Countess Aleksandra Shlemskaya to Russo-Japan war. The first reason is directly because the Countess is from Russia. Meanwhile, it is the time that Naomi gains the independence and power to go outside. As we know, the result of Russo-Japan war is that Japan was allowed to develop independently. The Great Kanto Earthquake can be assigned as the…

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    Korean Self Image Essay

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    During the decades of Japanese colonial rule, Korean self image underwent significant changes. Due to the rapid modernization brought about by the Japanese takeover, Korean culture became significantly more nationalistic. Nationalism refers to the process of desiring a nation’s well-being and autonomy as though it were your personal interest. The Korean self-image of scholars and politicians during the time of colonial rule was one which desired power, autonomy, and held a fierce sense of…

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    and tattooing. They would Tattoo as a way so that other domains would be able to tell if one was a criminal and what they were charged with. At the time they would also create a punished corpse in order to set an example of those who went against the laws. During the late Tokugawa period much of the police were patrolled by a composite force under an English commander until the Meiji restoration in 1868 where they replaced all Japanese force using English practices. This is due to how the Meiji…

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