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In what two ways might the seas have influenced Japan's history?

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The Japanese sent people across sea to learn about China, and the people would bring back knowledge on government ideas, art, architecture, and writing. In this way Japan was greatly influenced by China. Also, artisans from the Korean Peninsula brought information on bronze casting and ironwork to Japan. So Japan was influenced highly by China and people from the Korean Peninsula.
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How did Japan's geography shape its history in may ways?

  Japan is an island allowing it to escape invasion or cultural assimilation by the Chinese and the Mongolians. Their waters are fertile breeding ground for fishes causing