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Japan History

Japan – national flag Japan’s flag was officially adopted in 1854, and its use expanded in 1870. The flag is called Hinomaru, ‘Sun disk’, and is an example of a so-called mon, a stylized emblem of Japan’s ancient form of heraldry. The sun disk has been an imperial symbol since the 1300’s. The white color… Read More »

Japan Trade and Foreign Investment

Subchapters: Business Relationships Foreign direct investment FTAs ​​and Treaties Development Cooperation Prospective fields of study (MOP) Business relations Trade relations with the EU Japan is the EU’s second largest trading partner in Asia and sixth overall, while the EU is Japan’s third largest trading partner. Japan is also an important investor in EU countries. EU… Read More »

Cities and Resorts in Japan

Naha Where to relax in Japan with the opportunity to swim? The ideal place would be Okinawa, an island in the south of the country in the Ryukyu archipelago, with the regional capital in the city of Naha. Jibin123: Provides information for visa application to enter Japan, as well customs regulations and import restrictions. Beaches… Read More »

Travel to Japan

Population: 127 million Capital: Tokyo Language: Japanese many couples in Japan celebrate Christmas as we celebrate Valentine’s Day? In Japan, Christmas is the holiday of the love couple. more than 70% of Japan is made up of mountains, including more than 200 volcanoes? Geography of Japan The Empire of Japan is populated by 127 million… Read More »

Japan Economy

The prodigious development of the Japanese economy began in 1868, with the advent of the Meiji (Illuminated Government), which, by overthrowing the pre-existing feudal regime, gave a concrete response to the increasingly pressing demands of a new bourgeoisie, first mercantile then entrepreneurial, and at the same time a real solution for the now unsustainable situation… Read More »

Japan Politics and Law

Politics According to the constitution promulgated on November 3, 1946 (in force since May 3, 1947; with changes), Japan is a parliamentary-democratic monarchy. The constitution is committed to the ideals of peace, democracy and the inviolability of human rights and prohibits warfare as a sovereign right of the state (Article 9). The participation of Japan… Read More »