500 Random Facts: about Japan by Lena ShawDid you know there is a whole island full of rabbits in Japan? Have you heard that outside of Japan, the majority of Japanese live in Brazil? What do you know about Hello Kitty toilet paper and vending machines, selling fake used ladies underpants? If youre a fan of the Japanese food, culture, history, and architecture, this book is for you.
500 Random Facts about Japan is the eighth book in the series Trivia and Facts about the Countries. The author has tried to make it even better than the previous few books, considering all the feedback received.
This book is a gold-mine of random facts about magnificent Japan. All content is unique, hopefully, thrilling, and family-friendly. Some of these facts are completely chin-dropping, while the others are simply entertaining. Facts describe both history and the aspects of modern life in Japan; its politics, celebrities, athletes, philosophers, and some less-known Japanese people. No matter what you like more - Japanese cartoons, martial arts, historical references, or whether you just need some travel hints - in any case, you will find something great and new to learn from this book.
The examples of random facts about Japan are below.
Owning a sword or a handgun is illegal in Japan.
The only Japanese survivor from the Titanic, Masabumi Hosono was considered a coward in his homeland because he hadn’t died with everyone else.
Yunessun Spa Resort offers a Green Tea Spa, a Coffee Spa, a Red Wine Spa, as well as a Japanese Sake Spa. And wait for it – a Ramen-Noodle Spa!
Japan accepted refugees, who were Jewish, during the Second World War, in spite of the fact that Japan was allied with Nazi Germany.
A Japanese marathon runner quit the Olympics in 1912 and went back to Japan. But he didn’t tell the officials about that. Because of this, he was marked as a missing person in Sweden for fifty years.
It’s the land of the sun, rice, sumo, samurais, exceptional food, and even more spectacular customs. Yes, that’s Japan, an island country that perfectly juggles with being a fantastic economy, having rich traditions, and constantly trying to be better. Japan is poised to stun and amaze you, make you fall in love with it and yet keep your eyebrows up. So, explore this unique culture with these 500 breath-taking facts about Japan that will provoke you to jump off your feet and start packing your bags!
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71 Interesting Facts About Japan
Japan is a very beautiful and fascinating country, but it seems a lot of people only know the barest minimum of facts related to this ancient culture. But in Japan, raw horse meat , also called basashi, is considered a delicacy and is served in many restaurants. It is very high in protein yet low in calories, and is rich in Linoleic Acid. Aside from that, eating horse meat may possibly prolong your life. A demographic statistics published in showed that the residents of the Nagano prefecture had the highest life expectancy in Japan:
10. Eating Raw Horse Meat Is Perfectly Normal in Japan
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