What are elements of Japanese culture?
religion, food, sushi, holidays,
it contained elements that were already part of japanese culture
Always capitalize Japanese but not culture. Example: Learning about the Japanese culture is fascinating.
Culture is 'bunka' in Japanese.
Chinese introduced rice to Japanese culture.
Did Japanese management style evolve from the Japanese or did Japanese culture evolve from Japanese management style?
Japanese culture evolved from Japanese management style
what are the elements of culture?
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Japanese weddings are part of the culture.
Japanophobia is the name of the phobia relating to the fear of the Japanese or Japanese culture
What are the five elements of culture?
The turtle symbolizes longevity in Japanese culture.
What elements of Japanese culture was not introduced from China A-the Shinto religion B-paddy rice growing C-the Buddhist religion D-the first system of writing the language?
A - Shinto is peculiarly Japanese
Elements of culture may be things like religion, ceremonial dress, values in family and education. Every culture has many different elements.
Chinese culture influenced Korea considerably more than Japanese culture, considering historical influence overall.
Japanese culture is learned by having Japanese family members. When someone is around a specific culture all the time, they learn it without even trying.
Because the missions brought back elements of Tang civilization that affected Japan's government, economics, culture, and religion
American culture has influenced Japanese culture in various ways. For example, the anime style of art was influenced by Disney.
The basic elements are these language,religion,art, and music. those are 4 basic culture elements
In Japanese culture, like in many other cultures, the dove is a symbolic symbol of peace. The dove is also considered a sacred symbol in Japanese culture.
The Japanese were reluctant to surrender because of their culture which is basically a warrior culture.
The culture is Japanese
Information on Japanese culture can be found by doing a general search on line for the history of Japan, culture of Japan and geography and people of Japan. The local library is a good source of information for books on Japanese culture.
the white carnation represents death in the Japanese culture.
The main elements of culture are symbols, language, norms, values, and artifacts. Culture includes many elements that are unique to a way of living for different people. Other elements of culture are social organization, customs and traditions, art and literature, forms of government and economic systems
Japanese culture is arguably connected to the shortness of haiku poems. There is a Japanese saying that is "do not say many things".
The six elements of culture are religion, language, beliefs, geography, technology, and customs.
I have read that frogs are symbols of both fertility and good luck in Japanese culture.
In modern Japanese culture, the owl or 'Fukuro' symbolizes good luck and happiness.
The Chinese Empire covered part of Japan long ago. The Japanese had to pay tribute to the Chinese Emperors for many centuries. Naturally they affected the Japanese culture. The Japanese Language even has Chinese Characters (known as Kanji) in it.
here are a few (add on if you know more): ELEMENTS OF CULTURE ------------------------------- language food/diet religion
Some of the elements of culture that thrived was like trading and exploring.
Usually the for basic elements are water, earth, air and fire, but many other elements have been added such as light, dark, moon, sun and ice. These elements are usually used in the Japanese/Chinese culture, as shown in some of their animations and works. eg. Mangas and animes such as Avatar: The Legend of Aang/ The Last Airbender. XxCazxX
he influenced japanese culture by the following: just do your homework and their won't be a problem
Five elements of culture are art, religion, language, government, and social activities.
In Japanese culture, the firefly was used to represent both love and war. In early culture, the firefly signified souls of soldiers who died in battle.
The Japanese language The Japanese culture
Generally speaking, there is a close and clear link between culture and language; and also CUISINE doubtless reflects CULTURE. As such, if you want to enjoy the RICH Japanese culture and therefore cuisine, you will need to learn Japanese.
Japanese culture flourished, has flourished, and will flourish for as long as Japan as a country, political entity, ethnic group, or sociocultural entity was, has been, or will be around. This is because "Japanese culture" is simply a shorthand designation for the collective social, material-cultural, and symbolic behavior of those considered to be Japanese or of Japan. That "Japanese culture" is a description makes meaningless any attempt to answer the question of why it flourished… Read More
Navajo culture, just like Germans have German culture and people in Japan have Japanese culture.
It is a very important part of Japanese culture. The high ranking sumo are big celebrities.
The three countries that influenced Japanese culture in the Heian period were, India, Korea, and China.
what elements are you talking about
that the Japanese like it short
The 8 elements of culture are Language, social groups, religion, daily life, history, arts, government and economy.
The 6 elements of culture are; communication, technology, social organizations, geography, beliefs and customs, famous people and places.
some elements of culture are social organization,economic systems,forms of government,religion,language,customs and traditions
Youth culture brings new culture ideas into Japan
the blue dragon in Japanese culture means "leader" here's the link: http://www.blackdrago.com/famous_japanese.htm#blue
the dog obviously sybolizes food only an IDIOT who is not Japanese or knows nothing of the culture would attempt to answer this one.
Discipline is a big part of Japanese culture so the kids know not to misbehave, unlike our own free do as you like culture.