This is what the Japan flag looks like. Made by Emperor Monmu in August 5, 1854. The red circle is the sun and the white is the back ground of the earth.
The continet of Japan is in Asia. Asia originated from the Ancient Greek word Ἀσία, first attributed to Herodotus (about 440 BCE).
Japan is in the northern hemisphere. We have have 2 hemispheres that divide the world. The Northern hemisphere and northern hemisphere.
The capital city of Japanese is Tokyo. The Edo Period lasted for nearly 260 years until the Meiji Restoration in 1868, when the Tokugawa Shogunate ended and imperial rule was restored. The Emperor moved to Edo, which was renamed Tokyo. Thus, Tokyo became the capital of Japan. And that is why Tokyo id the capital of Japan.
The population of Japan is 126,050,804 and is on going.
The most widely spoken language in Japan is Japanese. The people all so talk hiragana, katakana and kanji.
Japanese money is called Japanese yen. An interesting thing about that is 100 U.S. Dollar = 10,494.5000 Japanese Yen.
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A connection that Australia has with Japan is. Japanese traditional food were adjusted into Australian lives. Traditional Japanese food like sushi, wagashi and bento boxes were all liked upon in Australia and was taken in almost immediately. We have a connection with Japanese we give then some of our food and we get some of them.
This is how you say hello in Japanese, Kon’nichiwa.
Japan consists of several thousands of islands, of which Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku are the four largest. Japan’s closest neighbors are Korea, Russia and China.
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