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The reason why you LOVE japanese culture.
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Posted 7/28/10
I'm not really sure was entices me about Japanese culture, I've been into it since I was about 5 or 6 when I first saw anime and then even more when I was about 9 or 10 when my brother and I began reading about Fudel Japan, so first I guess it was the honor and morals of Fudel Japan, but as I began reading and looking at pictures of Tokyo and stuff like that, it was the fashion for sure, but also just the city and everything, and plus it helps that's Japanese food is to die for lol
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Posted 9/9/10
the weirdness and diversity
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28 / M / New York City
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Posted 10/25/10
I love japan culture...Plus japan has to be the number 1 asian place thats open to cultures from other parts of the world unlike korea etc...(u know what i mean)

I'm caribbean and I know japan is open to caribbean culture...If i go to a place like korea or Philiphines or taiwan u prob won't see our culture spread in those areas....
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21 / F / Philippines
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Posted 10/28/10
i love the anime they create....and of course jpop!!
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Posted 10/30/10
1st THE MANGA!!!!!! AND ANIME
2nd THE FOOOD I LOVE SUSHI ;DDDD
3rd I LOVE THE MUSIC AND SONGS ;3
4th I LOVE MOST OF EVERYTHING THERE XDDD
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22 / M / Space-time continuum
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Posted 10/31/10
It's different from the culture I'm used to. New things draws my attention
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F / Pandora's Box
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Posted 11/1/10
I like discovering new things. And Japan is one of them
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22 / F / Hogwarts School o...
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Posted 11/2/10
because they created ANIME ... Manga!. . hava A very UNIQUE culture! COSPLAY!!!
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Posted 11/2/10
kimonoss and sushii of courseee
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18 / F / ewan ko
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Posted 11/4/10
just the anime..... if it weren't coz of it, I wouldn't really like it.....
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Posted 11/6/10
I really think Japanese culture has several things going for it. It's like a tiny shop you walk buy at a strip mall. The pop culture catches your eye, and you notice the nuances of the culture as they are portrayed in European countries. The food, the anime, the music, the style, but these are all within the last 20-30 years that they hit world wide popularity. What I have really enjoyed about the culture is it's society in general.
While I continue to increase my knowledge base about Japanese culture I find more and more aspects that fascinate me and make me want to learn more. One of the things that blows my mind was how, you can be totally disliked but they won't actually say it, in fact most people will be overly kind. I guess what I saw as the biggest shock after my first trip to Japan was that when I returned I saw how rude people were in America compared to Japan. Not on purpose of course but the difference in cultures just makes it seem so distinct.
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Posted 11/8/10
Japan cannot be compared to any country. It is very different from every country. It has piqued my interest in everything they do. Customs, food, anime, games, technology, everything.
oh and vending machines.
their vending machines have the coolest things in them! XD
and their manners are beyond compare to america's.....
there's just something about japan that makes it awesome.
Posted 11/9/10
because i love anime !!!
Posted 11/14/10
cause its amazing
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Posted 11/18/10 , edited 11/18/10
Food... hot pots and miso soup and onigiri. Taiyaki. Mochi & daifuku. Tempura. Tonkatsu, teriyaki, tomagoyaki...
Very polite and considerate/empathetic (evident in the Japanese language)... even if some are naive...
How simple and complex it is all at the same time... especially several aspects of Zen Buddhism
The similarities between Japanese culture and Native American culture in my home state.
The landscape.
The eccentricity.
Pop art.
Tea.

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