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U n k n o w n    facts about rising country

 

  •  There are vending machines in Japan that dispense beer
  •  A musk melon (similar to a cantaloupe) can sell for over 31,473 yen ($300.00).
  • Unemployment rate is less than 4 % in Japan
  • There are 127 million people living in the Japan.
  •  There are over 200 volcanoes in Japan
  •  There are more than 1,600 temples in Kyoto.
  • . The fortune cookie dates back to Kyoto, Japan during the 19th century.
  •  Tokyo is the 2nd most expensive city to live in the world. Although it is a bit pricey this city is made famous by their popular skyscrapers and busy city feel.
  • . Japanese Sake is made from fermented rice, and usually served warm
  •  The Japanese movie The Hidden Fortress was the basis for Star Wars Episode 
  •  In Japan, snowmen are made of two large snowballs, not three.
  •  Japan is nicknamed the “Land of the Rising Sun”.
  • There are 6,800 island in Japan
  •  Japan is the world’s largest consumer of Amazon rain forest timber.
  • literacy rate is almost 100%.in Japan
  •  There is almost no immigration in Japan. The population is 98% ethnic Japanese.
  •  Japan imports about 85% of Jamaica’s total coffee production.
  •  After  US and China.Japan has largest economy
  • . In Japanese, karaoke means “empty orchestra.”
  •  Tsukiji Market in Tokyo is the world’s largest fish market and the majority of fish in the         world go through here.
  •  Japanese people live an average of 4 years longer than Americans.
  • Over 1,500 earthquakes occures  in Japan each year
  •  Japan has been inhabited since 30,000 B.C.
  •  Japan has produced 18 Nobel Prize winners.
  •  Japan has the second-lowest homicide rate in the world. The homicide rate is .50 per 100,000 people.
  • . A very popular food in Japan is raw horse meat.
  • . Many Japanese companies have morning exercise sessions for
    their workers.
  • . Raised floors in Japanese houses indicate when to take off your shoes.
  •  Japan has cafes where people can play with puppies and kittens.
  •  Japan boasts the longest reigning monarchy in the world.
  •  23% of the Japanese population is over the age of 65.
  •  Animated Japanese films and television shows (i.e. Anime) account for 60% of the world’s animation.
  • There are close to 130 voice-acting schools for Anime voices.
  • . Mount Everest’s oldest climber is Japanese – Mr. Yuichiro Miura was 70 when he reached the summit, and 75 when he made the climb a second time.
  •  Japan’s Haiku poetry is the shortest in the world, consisting of only three lines.
  • . Under Japanese law, Kobe beef can only come from Hyogo Prefecture.
  • . The Japanese constitution includes an article completely renouncing war and aggression.
  •  Restaurants give you moist towels before your meal, as well as green tea.
  • . Japan is the only country in the world that has had atomic weapons used against it.
  •  Contrary to popular belief, true Kobe beef is only found in Japan due to tight controls and restrictions.
  • . The only foreign language taught and mandated in Japanese schools is English.
  •  It is considered inappropriate to blow your nose in public.
  •  The world’s most expensive tuna was sold in Japan for $735,000 USD.

 

 

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