The People of
Japanese, Korean, Chinese
Shintoism, Buddhism, Christianity
Japanese people (日本人, Nihonjin) are an ethnic group native to Japan.
Japanese people make up 98.5% of the total population of their country.
Japanese people appear at first glance to be one of the most socially and
ethnically homogenous groups in the world. It is reasonable to equate.
Dec 12, 2016 ... Introduction. The origins of the Japanese people is not entirely clear yet. It is
common for Japanese people to think that Japan is not part of Asia ...
9 hours ago ... Caroline Kennedy released a farewell address to the Japanese people on
Sunday, as her term as U.S. ambassador comes to an end.
Aug 28, 2013 ... There isn't a country in the world immune from stereotypes. All people form
opinions about places and their inhabitants based…
Racially, culturally, and ethnically, the Japanese are one of the most
homogenous people groups in the world. They identify themselves in terms of
Oct 21, 2009 ... It would be a mistake to believe that all Japanese people think alike. Japan has
as much diversity in opinion as any other country. Japanese ...
Oct 10, 2016 ... The Japanese government believes the nation needs to address the problems of
a falling birth rate and a rapidly ageing population, but the ...
Japanese people often attribute personality traits to people from particular
regions, and regional identity often is expressed through local culinary
specialties and ...