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Japan Essays

1. Introduction Formed in 1982, Al-Tayer Motors, a subsidiary of the diverse business interests of the privately held holding company Al-Tayer, has become an industry leader in automobile sales in the UAE, representing major American, as well as European automobile manufacturers, such as Ford, Ferrari, Jaguar, Land Rover and Maserati....

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Section One:  According to the book, why was Hiroshima such an ideal target for American bombing? According to John Hersey, Hiroshima was the ideal target for the attack since, giving the calculations made by scientists and members of the Army Air Forces, to cause greater damage to the target, the place...

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Located in the city of Los Angeles, Little Tokyo comprises 67 acres and started to develop in 1886, when Charles Kame opened a Japanese restaurant at 340 East First Street. Starting with that point, Japanese immigrants started to establish in the area, and by the end of the century, they...

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The paradox of Yasujiroo Ozu’s Tokyo Story (1953) that I experienced while both watching it and reflecting upon the film afterwards could be stated in the following words: to the extent that the narrative itself is extremely minimalistic, focusing essentially on mundane, everyday relationships, from where does the power of...

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Like two cities in different worlds, comparison between Prague and Tokyo city reveals striking differences. In history, economy, culture and geographical properties in climate, population and symmetrical layouts, obvious differences have been identified which are going to be mentioned in this essay. Differences in historical background. First are the noted...

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Introduction. China and Japan, although often mutually associated by the Western world, drastically differ in their social, cultural and economic settings. Moreover, as Japan moved towards modernization in the mid-19th century, it viewed China as an antiquated civilization. Despite the fact that the two countries now hold 2nd and 4th...

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A Sharp Break in Japanese History 1920-1930 There was a sharp break in Japanese history between the "liberal" period of Taisho democracy from 1912-1926 ruled by the Diet, and the fascist militarism of the Showa period. The Taisho period introduced less autocratic rule in Japan, one without the Genro, for...

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Introduction Childbirth is one of the most significant traditions in Japan because it marks the beginning of a new life. When the Japanese parents welcome the “Chan” into their lives, the immediate purpose and goal is to develop a strong bond with the society. Majority of the mothers who get...

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The modern Japanese system of writing consists of two types of characters. The first one referred to as ‘logographic kanji’ involves Chinese characters, while the other one is known as ‘syllabic kana’. The latter combines the pairs of syllabaries called ‘hiragana’ and and ‘katakana’. By means of ‘hiragana’, Japanese mark...

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The positioning of the launch of a new Legoland in Japan in the marketing strategy requires attention to the needs, interpretations and desires of the consumer segment. It can be easy to oversimplify the product and product description as a fun day at a Lego-themed park for the family, but...

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Letter of Advice to Queen Victoria Main concern expressed in the letter: the increasing severity of opium addiction in China; Even though opium trade became the source of wealth for China after legalizing it, the number of smugglers increased, thus causing the spread of poison among ordinary people; The proposed...

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Primarily, Yamato period was an era in the history of Japan in, which the Japanese Imperial Court ruled from the current Nara Prefecture. During the Yamato era, Japan maintained diplomatic connectedness with China and Korea. Although Japan is one of the technologically advanced countries and has unique cultural practices, it...

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Japan today is an intentional creation, and the bulk of its systems are the result of the post-World War II reconstruction era. This is especially true of the Japanese health system, which has features that contribute to higher Japanese health achievement. During Reconstruction, after World War II, America and a...

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Fiscal policy is the use of the government spending as well as tax policies to create an impact on the macroeconomic conditions, which comprise employment, the aggregate demand AD, economic growth, as well as inflation. The Japanese government intends to use this tool to help the country economies in coordination...

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Nowadays, Japanese culture is a unique phenomenon that represents an exceptional synthesis of traditions and modernity. Postmodern Japanese art, especially literature and theatre, widely use traditional folklore motifs and plots presenting their new interpretation and adjusting them to the realities of the modern world. Among the most popular motifs are...

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Japan's participation in the Second World War is a still not fully studied part of world history, also known as the Pacific War. Japan fought on Germany’s side in confronting the Allied forces. At the beginning of the Pacific War, the Japanese army had a quick but short-lived success. This...

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Japan and the United States often are mentioned collectively for the good reasons – the two countries joining thoughts of protecting themselves from enemy nations and their economic quest of increasing trade volumes between them. However a suggested 50% tariff hike for beef exports from the U.S. to Japan seemingly...

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It has been acknowledged that for the nations which are dependent upon elevated indexes of electrical power generation that electrical energy generation from nuclear technology has become a strategic and economic irequisite. The characteristic of nuclear energy electrical generation facilities is that the capital expense which is invested in their...

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Part One: Required Reading The Japanese state is working hand in hand with the markets through employing the version of developmental capitalism which aims at promoting the country"s international competitiveness in the international market (Ito, p 170). In addition, there are several reforms that the state has brought forward to...

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The recent coverage in the world press of leakage from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has reignited debate about the viability of nuclear power program in Japan as well as the modification of existing nuclear power plants throughout the world. Civil nuclear programs started in the 1970s in China,...

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Introduction Glen Fukushima is a perfect example of the Japanese American diversity. Right from his schooling to working experience, Fukushima is portrayed wide travelled around Japan and America. Fukushima attended 12 schools, 8 in America and 4 in Japan. This kind of diverse schooling environment gave a diverse experience to...

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I. Introduction A: The Chinese, Japanese, and other individuals of Southeastern Asiatic descent have been instrumental throughout the course of American history; in spite of this, there have been many instances of racial inequalities, dehumanization, and social injustice. II. Body A. Cultural and Racial Diversities a. Transcontinental Railroad b. Gold...

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In 1868, over 250 years of de facto rule by Japanese feudal lords – bakufu, or "shogunates" – was brought to an end with the restoration of power in the hands of the new emperor, Meiji. The events leading to this shift are known as the Meiji restoration and represent...

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In response to the United States’ steel and aluminum tariffs set forth by the current administration’s trade team, Japan is reacting with tariffs on beef imports from the United States and other countries. What is interesting here is that these “other countries” haven’t done anything to provoke Japan. This can...

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Fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant accident is perhaps one of the worst nuclear disasters in recent history. A large-scale radiation leak occurred at power plant causing people living in the surrounding area to be force evacuated. Even today, farming, fishing and tourism industries around Fukushima are still suffering from fears...

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