Japan Mini Culture Task

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Japan Mini Culture Task

Famous PeopleYoko Ono is a Japanese singer, artist, and filmmaker. She was married to The Beatles member, John Lennon.Hideo Kojima is the creator, writer, director and producer of a number of hugely successful video games.

Sport and HobbiesSportSumo wrestling and martial arts along with baseball and soccer are popular in Japan for participants and spectators. Sumo wrestling is considered Japan's national sport. Other popular sports include figure skating, golf and car racing,HobbiesJapanese people enjoy the hobbies, such as, Gardening and Bonsai, Ikebana (flower arrangement), Karaoke singing, Origami (paper folded into flowers, birds, dolls etc), watching TV anime, drama, TV shows, and drawing and reading manga.

MusicThe music of Japan includes a wide variaty of performers in distinct styles both traditional and modern. The word of music in Japanese is, combining the kanji "on" with the kanji "gaku". Japan is the largest physical music market in the world.Local music often appears at karaoke venues, which is on lease from the record labels. Traditional Japanese music is quite different from Western music .

Japan Mini Culture Task

ArtJapanese art consists of ancient pottery, sculpture, ink painting, calligraphy, woodblock prints, origami, and manga.

Mt. FugiMt. Fugi is japans biggest mountain sanding at a hight of over 3,766m in the centeral area of Honshu, in Japan. Mt. Fugi is the shape of a cone and is used alot for adventerous sports like climbing most often takes place.

The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge The Akasho Kaikyo Bridge also known as "Pearl Bridge" is japans finest piece of archtecture. Perl Bridge is thelongestr suspention bridge in the world stretching at 3911m, between Kobe and Iwaya. It took 12 Years to make.

The Osaka CastleThe Osaka Castle is one of the most famous castles located in japan, it was built in 1583. The castle is at the centre of a platform supported by rocks, it was contructed on these stone rocks in order to safeguard from enemys.


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