Japan

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Amateur Baseball

A popular Japanese sport. School children play in school baseball clubs.

Asia

Japan is part of Asia

Bamboo

Bamboo grows in the forests of Japan. Bamboo is so strong that is you bite it, it will break your teeth. Bamboo is a type of grass.

Cherry Blossoms

Japan has a Cherry Blossom Festival.

Chopsticks

People eat with chopsticks in Asia, also in Japan.

Dragonfly

A symbol of success, strength and happiness.

Emperor

Akihito is the 125th emperor of Japan.

Flag

The flag is easy to draw. The red circle means rising sun.

Food

Rice, noodles, seafood,meat,soy products are some of what people eat there.

Geisha

Geisha are traditional Japanese female entertainers who act as hostesses and whose skills include performing various Japanese arts such as classical music, dance, games and conversation, mainly to entertain male customers.

Hanimi

Celebrate the Cherry blossom festival.

Islands

Japan has some islands. Japan is a island.

Jinja

A Japanese shrine.

Koi Fish

Symbols of strength and power.

Language

People speak Japanese. They write right to left,up and down.

Lantern

People hang paper lanterns outside their store.

Martial Arts

Traditional martial arts, such as judo, kendo, karate-do, and aikido, thrive in modern Japan thanks to the devotion of those who practice them.

Mount Fuji

The tallest mountain in Japan

New Year

Japanese people give hand-made cards as gifts.

Origami

It is Japanese art of folding naner.

Pagoda

They have 3 or more levels and were built closer to Budahist.

Quince

A Quince is a Japanese flower

Religion

Buddhism is the major religion in Japan.

Sumo Wrestler

It is Japan's national sport.

Tokyo

It is Japan's largest city. It is the Capital.

Uniforms

Most Japanese students wear uniforms to school.

Volcano

Japan was made by a volcano. Islands are made from volcanoes erupting and hardening to turn onto land.

Wooden Dolls

Kokeshi dolls are carved by bamboo wood.

Yen

Japanese money is called Yen

Zen Garden

Japanese people use the gardens to relax and meditate.