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Japan has a reputation of being a homogeneous, mostly harmonious society. There are few foreigners, linguistic differences are rare and on the surface class distinctions are largely absent. But, as Mike Sunda discovered, there is one, often...

Japan has a reputation of being a homogeneous, mostly harmonious society. There are few foreigners, linguistic differences are rare and on the surface class distinctions are largely absent. But, as Mike Sunda discovered, there is one, often...

Japanese antique photograph. Yuko.   Yuko is a daughter of the Shinto priest of the Izumo big shrine.   This photograph is a thing of the Meiji era.

Japanese antique photograph. Yuko. Yuko is a daughter of the Shinto priest of the Izumo big shrine. This photograph is a thing of the Meiji era.

Japanese Gender Roles

Japanese Gender Roles

Arriving in Japan in 1550, Jesuit priest Francis Xavier played a key role in the early spread of Christianity in the country. His missionary work included preaching in Hirado in the northwest of present-day Nagasaki Prefecture, where Christianity took root most firmly and “hidden Christians” preserved the faith during centuries of prohibition. Today Hirado is home to numerous historic churches, testifying to the enduring influence of Spanish and Portuguese missionaries.

Arriving in Japan in 1550, Jesuit priest Francis Xavier played a key role in the early spread of Christianity in the country. His missionary work included preaching in Hirado in the northwest of present-day Nagasaki Prefecture, where Christianity took root most firmly and “hidden Christians” preserved the faith during centuries of prohibition. Today Hirado is home to numerous historic churches, testifying to the enduring influence of Spanish and Portuguese missionaries.

The Hafu Project: Exploring the question of what it means to be Japanese - Japan Today

The Hafu Project: Exploring the question of what it means to be Japanese - Japan Today

The people of Japan call their country as 'Nippon' which means 'The land of the rising sun'. Read more about Japan facts. For more interacting #GK articles for kids, visit: http://mocomi.com/learn/general-knowledge/

The people of Japan call their country as 'Nippon' which means 'The land of the rising sun'. Read more about Japan facts. For more interacting #GK articles for kids, visit: http://mocomi.com/learn/general-knowledge/

Farmers - last of the modern-day samurai ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

Farmers - last of the modern-day samurai ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

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