Isolation In Japan

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Japan Essay-Ishan Mann 8.1

The Land of The Rising Sun a.k.a Japan. Japan had a past of isolation and Japan was isolated in geography because they were an island. You might ask how did Japan move through isolation economically, socially, and Politically ? Why did no one question the Emperor on the choices he made politically ? How did Japan use a currency to trade and keep things organized in their economy? How did they keep everyone social in Japan while being isolated? This essay is about then Japan (Edo) compared to current Japan (Tokyo) and will be answering all question you might have about Japan economically, socially, and politically .

Back in the Edo period Japan, Japan had strict trading policy, this means the trading circle
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People also go together to have tea ceremonies because that was one of the ways how they showed peace. Bunraku was a puppet theater where people would go to for entertainment. Sumo wrestling first started of as a religious performance performed by well respected athletes that were dedicated. The haikou literature style started to develop in Japan. Japan is very cultural they wear dresses to certain ceremonies most of Japan is Buddhist and follow certain religious ceremonies for Buddhism. Japan had people known as outcasts no one talk to them they were dishonored. Now in Japan everyone is a working person, Many people have open stands to sell raw fish and rice. Tokyo is now one of the most beautiful city in the world, they have many lights in the city and have many people walking around because they such a big population. They have the population of one hundred twenty seven point three million people that's a lot. Many tourists go to Japan now to see the mountains such as mount Fuji, Japan attracts many people around the world.

isolated did not talk to anyone because they were an island. Now Japan is known all around the world and are communicating better with the people around them.

How do you think Japan went from isolation to adaptation, politically, economically, and socially? In this essay I have covered all about how Japan was isolated and how Japan adapted from it. From this essay I hope you learned a lot about Japan then(Edo) and Japan now such as their cultural ceremonies. Japan has developed as a country over many years and now they are known as the third highest in economy and are a great

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