What do you think about the Japanese culture?
January 23, 2007 3:13am CST
I've always been fascinated by the Japanese culture. Ever since I was a kid, I always marvelled about samurais, sushi, anime, tanabata and everything connected to the Japanese culture. There are even days I wished I was born Japanese! ^_^ I am not Japanese but I can speak their language quite well. What do you think of Japanese culture?
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25 Jan 07
i really like japan because they are like pheonix bird.....return from ashes.....what mad them when WW2 happened? they totally destroyed and now see...where they are....one of the yop IT oriented country!i dont know how the people make it...i really appreciate them and i began to love them all....also i enjoyed martial arts and their new technologies in electronics! and i read from a poll that Nearly two-thirds of Japanese people believe the nation should be more patriotic although an overwhelming majority attach importance to remembering the country's past aggression.i am totally agree with them japanese Rocks!
26 Jan 07
Yeah. After two atomic bombs dropped onto their major cities, they have risen up to be one of the most successful countries in the world today. I really like your way of describing it as like a phoenix. It suits it very well. =) You get a best response for that. =)
2 Feb 07
i find japanese culture one of the most interesting around the world. japanese people are really hospitable, loving and disciplined. The food, really great sushis, nabe, sushimako everything..very healthy and delicious. Their art really amazed me those origamis, manga even the way they see nature as shown in their paintings in one of the art gallery i visited. They are really talented. they have a really captivating culture but im still proud I am pinoy..LOL
25 Jan 07
I really don't know much about their culture, but from what I've heard and seen, I have to say: 1. They are polite and that's something I really appreciate. 2. They can be formal and I think that's needed because being overly casual or familiar just seems rude sometimes. 3. I like their discipline. You will find them dedicated to what they do and I think that's admirable. 4. They think as a group - as in you don't find people just thinking of their area, or their house, but of a larger picture of their entire country itself.. you know, that basic thinking for everyone else as well. And well, I am not sure if this is relevant, but I love their imagination and their talent. I mean, their mangas, their stories, their animes, their music.. I really like it!