This category lists sites that introduce young people to the culture of Japan. It includes sites about the beliefs, values, lifestyles, and skills of various people groups.
Students from a Japanese senior high school introduce Japanese culture, their town, and tourist attractions.
Features map and brief descriptions of the geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.
Educational series about the history and evolution of Japanese incense traditions and ceremonies.
A place to read interesting essays on Japanese geography, history and culture.
View slide shows of various cities in Japan, and check out history, architecture, festivals, nature, traditional crafts, and modern technology.
Living traditions, survival information, and young Tokyo.
Comprehensive listing of Japanese customs and useful for a quick contrast to other cultures.
Provides a short introduction to Japanese wedding ceremonies, complete with photographs.
Introduces the country, its people, culture, history and language. Aimed at schoolchildren between 10 and 14, it features animation, games, quizzes and photographs.
Includes quizzes about Japan as well as lists of Japanese heroes and heroines, from ancient gods to Nomo and Ichiro.
Digital photos and descriptions of unique Japanese cultural items and characteristics.
January 1994 country profile provides information about its historical setting, society and environment, economy, government and politics, and national security.
A virtual village, with Japanese folklore monsters and ghosts. With games, forums, and community interaction.
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