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Articles about japanese

Travel & Places
by msmuffintop
10 years ago
Japan, Ancient Wonders

Japan is an interesting country to visit, both ancient and exotic yet up to date and modern. In the larger cities finding someone who speaks English is not impossible, as everyone takes English as a second language in high school or elementary school. Unlike Westerners who can be...

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
The History of the Japanese Empire in the 20th Century

The Japanese Empire greatly expanded during the 20th Century.[1] This trend continued up until 1942, and from then on it quickly shrank in just a few years. It was not so much a gradual decline, but more of a collapse by 1945. In 1905, Japan was at war...

Business & Money
by MasterDayton
8 years ago
Differences Between American and Japanese Business Management Styles

Read on to learn about the major differences between American and Japanese business management styles.

Lifestyle
by AJWalton
9 years ago
Japanese Garden Design Principles

Japanese Garden Design PrinciplesA Japanese garden is unlike anything known in the West. The centuries have produced an art form which is deeply tied to religious thought. The ancient Shinto religion, Buddhism and Zen Buddhism have all helped to form a tradition of garden design which is deeply contemplative. The gardener in Japan is an artist, not a horticulturalist.A Japanese garden is a strictly controlled garden in which the key elements of stone, water and plants are used to represent an ordered and restrained landscape.Plants are pruned into smooth and disciplined shapes, no fallen twigs are allowed to mar the perfect sweeps of sand or gravel, no fallen leaves lie on the mirror surface of the ponds. The sand and gravel are kept beautifully raked. A Japanese garden is not designed to excite the spirit. Every element in the garden has its place in the overall design, which needs to be viewed as a whole, just as a painter designs his canvas to be viewed as a whole. The garden design differs markedly from the formal gardens of much of Europe. The Japanese garden is not a geometric garden. It does not consist of squares and rectangles and triangles. A Japanese garden flows.[read the rest]

Lifestyle
by danpowers
9 years ago
How to Date Beautiful Japanese or Korean Ladies

If you want to date a Japanese or Korean lady then how might you go about it? Here are some options for dating Japanese or Korean ladies. By far the easiest way to find a wife from Japan or South Korea is to live and work in these...

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
The Pearl Harbor Airstrike and its Aftermath

Pearl Harbor was the result of a culmination of events in the Pacific. Deteriorating US-Japanese relations in the period from 1931 to 1941 put the two nations on a path to war, which started at Pearl Harbor. In 1931, the Japanese military occupied parts of China. A larger scale invasion...

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
Famous Ships of the U.S. Navy

The U.S. Navy has had a variety of famous ships. Most of these date back to the 1940s, as it was then that the Navy was involved in a series of naval battles with the IJN. These are a few of the ships that are among the more famous...

Travel & Places
by John in Japan
6 years ago
Facts and Myths About Japan

When people think about Japan immediately come to their minds some stereotypes and weird things that they saw on TV or on the internet. Do you know what is truth and what is myth?

History
by alngullie
7 years ago
Battle of Kohima: 20 'Stalingrad of the East' facts

The Battle of Kohima (also called the 'Stalingrad of the East') is considered to be the turning point of the allied forces' fortunes in Asia during World War Two. One of the lesser-known great battles of the war, the Battle of Kohima was fought between the British/commonwealth forces and Japan's Imperial Army's 31st Division.

Travel & Places
by John in Japan
6 years ago
The 5 Most Popular Tea Flavors in Japan

Japanese people made tea drinking a form of art, it's worth to see the most popular flavors among them.

Lifestyle
by ZackProser
9 years ago
Buy Koi Pellets - The Best Koi Food Reviewed

Koi food comes in a variety of different styles, some being flakes and some being koi pellets. Many koi and aquarium enthusiasts prefer koi pellets when caring for and feeding their carp fish because using pellets is an easy way to gauge exactly how much you have...

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
The History of the Imperial Japanese Navy in the 20th Century

The Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) was the navy of the Japanese Empire.[1] In the first half of the 20th century, it was one of the largest and most advanced navies in the world. However, the Pacific War ensured the demise of the IJN and dissolution of Japan's empire.  In...

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
Famous Imperial Japanese Navy Ships

The Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), the navy of the former Japanese Empire, was one that constructed a variety of warships for its fleets such as cruisers, destroyers, aircraft carriers and battleships. Japan sent most of them into a number of battles with the world's largest fleets during the 1940s after...

Entertainment
by David Letteropener
6 years ago
Playing With The Japanese - Age of Empires II

An article about how to play with the Japanese, a civilization from the strategy game Age of Empires II.

Entertainment
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
The Most Bizarre Creatures From Japanese Lore

The Japanese are known for being a little bizarre. Everything from their games to their traditions can be a little stranger than what the rest of the world is used to. The Japanese have picture up the stereotype on the internet for being the land that is obsessed with tentacles.

Travel & Places
by blue three
6 years ago
Tokyo - The Best Shrines and Temples

Tokyo is known for its apartments and concrete jungle, but there's plenty to do for temple and shrine lovers as well. Check out some of the best historical sights in Japan's capitol.

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
Allied Carrier-Based Aircraft of the 1940s

The Allies had the largest fleets of aircraft carriers. Only the Imperial Japanese Navy had a fleet of aircraft carriers to match them, and those were gradually wiped out in the Pacific War. Neither the Germans or Italians constructed any, and this certainly gave the Allies an advantage at...

History
by Scroobal
8 years ago
Russo-Japanese War (Japan's view)

Japan's view of the Russo-Japanese War

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
The History of Japanese Aircraft Carriers

The Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) emerged as one of the world's foremost navies during the interwar period. Before that it had won some resounding victories, and after 1919 began constructing the first aircraft carriers built from the keel up. Japan was among the pioneers of naval aviation that built...

Pets & Animals
by DonnaCosmato
7 years ago
Japanese Chin: Why This Dog Bred for Royalty Makes Such a Good Pet

The Japanese Chin is a perky, playful pet that can turn dignified and stand-offish the minute a stranger enters his environment. With the right training and socialization, these toy breed dogs can be loving, devoted pets.

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