- Video games
- And nature outings
Here is a picture of a group of Japanese teens singing at a karaoke bar.
These are how some Japanese people's backyard/frontyard looks like.
This is an example of a Japanese outing.
- Football (Soccer)
- And Sumo Wrestling.
Diseases in Japan:
What is Japanese Encephalitis:
Japanese Encephalitis(JE), is a disease spread through mosquito bites. It is a very serious disease that may cause death.
Symptoms of JE Usually Includes:
- And Difficulty Moving
The Japanese has one of the highest standards of health in the world, with a low infant mortality rate and a high life expectancy rate. Companies are generally responsible for providing insurance benefits to employees and their families, and the facilities are very good. In addition to a yearly physical offered by the employer, cities provide screening exams for people based on their age and gender. A government health insurance plan exists for the self-employed and unemployed. Pollution in urban centers ranks among the nation's major health concerns.
Cannabis, commonly known as marijuana and by numerous other names, is a preparation of the Cannabis plant intended for use as a psychoactive drug and as medicine.
A synthetic, addictive, mood-altering drug, used illegally as a stimulant and legally as a prescription drug to treat children with ADD and adults with narcolepsy.
A psychoactive drug of the substituted methylenedioxyphenethylamine and substituted amphetamine classes of drugs that is consumed primarily for its euphoric and empathogenic effects.
Families generally have two children. Before children start school, they are relatively free and are disciplined only gently. As children grow, discipline becomes more strict, and children are taught and disciplined to be aware of the collective good. Often the school plays a primary role in disciplining a child and may not refer infractions to the child's parents. Families place great emphasis on their children's education and make it possible for children to entirely devote themselves to their studies. Children are often given only light chores because their primary responsibility is to study. Though rare, some high school students may move into a small apartment closer to their high school. Parents might pay for juku (cram schools) to help their children get better scores on the standardized entrance exams. Most parents pay for the entirety of their children's college education. Children tend to move out of the parental home only upon marriage or in the event of a job transfer.