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Graduation

Project
(Japan)
Kyrsten Enseki
Japanese Flag
White with large red disk in the center
Represents the sun without rays
Location
Population
Current population: 127,103,388 people
11th largest country in the world
population wise.
The United Statess population is
currently 318,892,103 people.
Life Expectancy
Total Population: 84.46 years
Ranked 3d in the world
The United States is currently ranked
42nd with a life expectancy of 79.56
years.
Religion
Bahai is the main religion of Japan.
Baha'i faith emphasizes monotheism and
believes in one eternal transcendent God. Its
guiding focus is to encourage the unity of all
people on the earth so that justice and peace
may be achieved on earth. Baha'i revelation
contends the prophets of major world religions
reflect some truth or element of the divine,
believes all were manifestations of God given
to specific communities in specific times, and
that Baha'u'llah is an additional prophet meant
to call all humankind.
Language
The main language of Japan is Japanese.
Main phrases:
Hello- Kon'nichiwa
Good-bye- Saynara
How are you?- Ogenkidesuka?
What are you up to?- Nani o takuran
deru nda?
Who is this?- Kore wa daredesuka?
Holiday (Coming of Age)
Coming of Age Day, or Adult's Day, honors every
person that has turned 20 years old over the past
year.
The girls always wear a gorgeous and very
expensive kimono, and the boys usually wear a
regular suit and tie but a few will wear traditional
Japanese dress.
The ceremony takes place in every city ward around
Japan; everyone can attend the event at their local
city office at around 11:30am. Though the day
starts much earlier for these young adults,
especially the girls who spend countless hours fixing
their hair and makeup. After many tireless hours of
getting ready, they can then join up with others at a
select location where dozens of photographers are
waiting for them.
Traditional Recipe
(Yakitori)
Yakitori is made up of small pieces of
chicken meat, liver and vegetables
skewered on a bamboo stick and grilled
over hot coals.
Tourist Attraction (Hiroshima
Peace Memorial Park)
The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is a park in the
middle of Hiroshima city that contains several
memorials to the atomic bomb victims of Hiroshima.
The park is a constant reminder of the tragic past
when Hiroshima suffered the worlds first atomic
bomb attack. Today the park attracts visitors from
all over the world and the city of Hiroshima is a
vibrant, green and attractive modern city.
Places to visit in the Memorial Park:
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
The Memorial Cenotaph
The Flame of Peace
The Childrens Peace Monument
Atomic Bomb Dome (Genbaku Domu)
History of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
Citations (12/9/14)
https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-wor
ld-factbook/geos/ja.html
http://www.infoplease.com/country/japan.html
http://www.japan-101.com/history/
http://country-facts.findthebest.com/compare/1
-82/United-States-vs-Japan
http://www.google.com/?nord=1&nord=1#nord
=1&q=translate&safe=on
http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/attractions/dining/foo
d/jfood_01.html
http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/index_e2.html