It's entirely genetic, they have evolved a shorter body over 100,000s years.
I don't really know exactly why this has occurred, but my educated guess would be that the majority of Japanese people and their genetic make up tends to fall under the Mongoloid Huxley classification.
With inhabiting such mountainous, high elevations over a prolonged period of time, their bodies have naturally evolved a shorter length as oxygen demand is much higher since the air pressure is much lower, therefore a smaller body means that oxygenated blood travels much shorter distance throughout the body.
Japanese for snake is "Hebi", pronounced he-bi. Short on the "e" and short on the "i".
that the Japanese like it short
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短いナイフ (mijikai naifu) is one way of saying "short knife" in Japanese.
taki (ta-ki - short on the "a" and short on the "i")
chinese are white and japanese are short
seihikui or seimigikai
You may say 'hikui.'
A "haiku" is a traditional Japanese short sensory poem with a set amount of syllables.
Dou Itashimashite. or do ita for short
do ita for short
It means snow in Japanese.
Short or low :D
i think it is a Japanese bobtail cat
What Japanese short stop has 2000 hits?
'Anata WA segahikui desu'.
keikogi or gi for short
In short, yes they can be eaten.
In Japanese, your name would be pronounced Kotreina. They don't have the "a" sound as in "cat." Therefore, all short a sounds would be turned into a short o sound.
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"Mijikai" is a Japanese word and in English it means "Short"