19 Facts About Japanese society


Ancestry of Japanese society people remains mysterious; however, there are two competing hypotheses that try to explain the lineage of the Japanese society people.

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Japanese society culture was influenced from ancient times to the Middle Ages primarily by multiple Chinese dynasties, with substantial derivation from the Tang Dynasty, and to a lesser extent by other Asian countries.

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For example, one of the scripts for writing in the Japanese society language is Chinese characters, but Japanese society has no genetic relationship with Chinese.

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Early Japanese society is known largely on the basis of its state in the 8th century when the three major works of Old Japanese society were compiled.

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The Japanese society language has no genetic relationship with Chinese, but neither does it have any clear affiliation with any other language.

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Japanese society is written with a combination of three scripts: kanji, hiragana and katakana.

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Chinese characters, or kanji, are extensively used in Japanese society writing as non-phonetic ideograms, imported from China to Japan in 50 AD; before that time, Japan had no system of writing.

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Early works of Japanese society literature were heavily influenced by cultural contact with China and Chinese literature, often written in Classical Chinese.

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Japanese society calligraphy, rendered using flowing, brush-drawn strokes, is considered to be a traditional art form, as well as a means of conveying written information.

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Several different styles of Japanese society calligraphy exist, with considerable effort put into the outcome; in some cases, it can take over one hundred attempts to produce the desired result of a single character.

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Japanese society painters are often categorized by what they painted, as most of them constrained themselves solely to subjects such as animals, landscapes, or figures.

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Famous Japanese society painters include Kano Sanraku, Maruyama Okyo, and Tani Buncho.

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Kimono, alongside all other items of traditional Japanese society clothing, are known collectively as, meaning "Japanese society clothing", as opposed to, Western-style clothing.

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Japanese society architecture was originally heavily influenced by Chinese architecture and later developed many unique aspects indigenous to Japan.

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Traditional Japanese society music is quite different from Western Music and is based on the intervals of human breathing rather than mathematical timing; traditional music typically slides between notes, a feature not commonly found in Western music.

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In more recent years, Japanese society food has become fashionable and popular in the United States, Europe, and many other areas.

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The Japanese society diet is often believed to be related to the longevity of Japanese society people.

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Japanese society archipelago is located to the east of the Asian continent.

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Japanese society's is seen as the goddess of the Sun and the universe in Shinto religion.

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