My Ssec Capstone Project Japan is an island off to the east of China

Japan is an island off to the east of China

Japan is an island off to the east of China. Japan’s weather is generally temperate. They have four seasons, winter, from December to February. Winter is generally dry and sunny but around the Pacific coast the temperature drops to around zero degrees celsius. Spring is from March to May. Temperatures are warm but not too hot, plus it doesn’t rain too much. The cherry blossoms bloom in spring and there are plenty of festivals to enjoy during this time of year. Summer starts in June and this is the time of year that it rain the most. Japan gets three to four – week rainy season which the farmers plant their rice around this time. The temperatures are very low around this time. The temperature in the highest around this time is in the thirties. Summer gets over whenever August approaches. Autumn is from September to November with light breezes and cooler temperatures. With temperatures being around eight through ten degrees celsius. During Autumn is when there are many sports tournament, music concerts, and exhibitions held in the country. Japan’s climate is mostly mountains and countryside.
The Japanese religion is based off of two primary beliefs, the belief in Shinto and Buddhism many Japanese people believe view themselves as both. Japanese people are known to been around as early as 4,500 B.C. Over the years the Japanese have constructed their government set up into a constitutional monarchy where they do have an emperor, but he has limited power within the country. The main power of the country is held by the Prime MInister. Shinz? Abe is the 57th political prime minister of Japan and Leader of the Liberal Democratic Party since 2012, and fromaly from 2006 and 2007. He has been the third – longest serving Prime Minister in military post Japan.
The population of Japan has always been a very large number. In 2016, the population was one hundred and twenty – seven million. The population number has came down since then but not drastically.
Japan’s cultural difference in style is very different to the United States styles. Clothing styles have changed over the years from kimonos to jeans and a t-shirt. School kimono have skirts and a plain white button up shirt with a tie. A kimono is a traditional dress of Japan. It is a long sleeve dress that reaches down to your heels. There are different types of kimonos depending on the occasion. Everyday kimonos are simpler than the formal one’s.
Japan’s typical food are tempura, udon, ramen, oden, and many more. Tempura is a dish consisting of seafood or vegetables that have been battered and deep fried. Udon is a thick wheat noodle dish consisting of dashi, soy sauce, and marin. Ramen is another dish consisting of Chinese -style wheat noodles with a meat or fish -based broth, flavored with soy sauce or mico, and topped off with sliced pork, dried seaweed, menma, and green onions. Oden is a dish consisting of boiled eggs, daikon, konjac, and processed fish cakes stewed in a light soy – flavored broth.
The standards for living in Japan is high. Homes are small in Japan because of the limited space. The rooms in a home double as a living space and a bedroom, the mattress is kept in a closet during the day. Not many people in Japan own their own house, more than likely in the cities. Tokyo has a big population and no space means no house prices are unaffordable. The women of the house stays home and helps with the children after school and the men go and work. When he gets paid the money goes to the wife and he will only get a portion for pocket money. The wife controls the household finances. With women staying home, it is changing. Women started going to work and still tending to all of the financial needs. Babysitters are rarely used and the mother’s usually sleep with their babies. Also in Japan, in is common for three generations to live under one roof. It’s not as common now as it was back then, but it still exists, especially in the countryside.