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A is for Akihito
Akihito is Japan's emperor.
B is for Buddhism
Buddhism is one of the two major religions in Japan.
C is for Chrysanthemum
The Chrysanthemum is said to be one of Japan's national flowers.
D is for Donchō
Donchō was a Buddhist priest who bought paper-making to Japan.
E is for Eel
The Japanese Eel, once a delicacy, is now an endangered animal.
F is for Fiji
Mount. Fiji is a well known mountain and tourist attraction that's located in Japan.
G is Green Pheasant
The Green Pheasant is said to be Japan's national bird. There are many candidates but this is one of the most popular.
H is for Hakama
The Hakama is clothing men would wear for more formal occasions.
I is for Island
Japan is a series of islands.
J is for Jigokudani Monkey Park
The Jigokudani Monkey Park is a very popular tourist attraction in Japan.
K is for Kimono
Kimonos is a traditional dress that was invented in Japan.
L is for Land of the Rising Sun
Land of the Rising Sun is a highly popular nickname for Japan.
M is for Martial Arts
There are many traditional types of fighting styles made in Japan that fall under the category of Martial Arts.
N is New Years
The Japanese New Years is celebrated on January 1st, just like the American New Years.
O is for Osaka
Osaka is the third largest city in Japan. (the picture below is the city of Osaka)
P is for Pocky
Pocky is a very popular treat made in Japan.
Q is for Quake
The Kamaishi Quake is one of the most recent recorded earthquake in Japan. (It was recorded in 2012)
R is for Rice
Rice is a commonly used ingredient for Japanese foods.
S is for Sakura
The Sakura or Cherry Blossom is also said to be one of Japan's national flowers, like the Chrysanthemum.
T is for Tokyo Tower
The Tokyo Tower is another popular tourist attraction in Japan and is the second tallest man made building in Japan. It is located in Tokyo, Japan's capital and most populated city.
U is for Ume
The Ume is a Japanese plum, though rarely eaten raw.
V is for Volleyball
Japan's women's National Volleyball Team medaled six times in the last 50 years in the Olympics.
W is for Waraji
The Waraji were common sandals people in the past wore in Japan.
X is for Xavier
St. Francis Xavier was one of the first Christian missionaries (a person who goes to different countries on missions to show people their own religion) to go to Japan.
Y is for Yokohama
Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan. (The picture below is Yokohama at night)
Z is for Zōri
The Zōri is another type of sandal that are similar to flip-flops.