Japan is called the "land of the rising sun" because from China it appears that the sun rises from the direction of Japan. The Japanese people call their country "Nippon" or "Nihon...
For other uses, see Land of the Rising Sun (disambiguation). .... syllables in
compounds often becomes voiced in Japanese, in a process called rendaku.
Feb 4, 2014 ... Noah asks: Why is Japan called the land of the rising sun? ... In fact, the earliest
known written account of Japan was found in a Chinese book.
Best Answer: Japan is an archipelago, or a group of islands, about 100 miles
east of theAsian mainland. The ancient Japanese knew about China and Korea,
Thanks to Sashank Gondala's answer. The name did come from Japanese
admire to nature and its postion in east Asia. But I think there may be some
Aug 26, 2012 ... The Chinese Imperial name for Japan from the Sui Dynasty. ... This can be
loosely translated into English as "land of the rising sun".
Jun 1, 2006 ... Midnight Sun: The midnight sun is a phenomenon occurring in latitudes north of
the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle where the sun ...
Nihon/Nippon literally translates as "sun's origin" and so over time people began
calling it the 'Land of the Rising Sun'. It does help that Japan is to the East, ...
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May 12, 2015 ... A beautiful, short film with many timelapses, taken during a trip through Japan;
The land of the rising sun. The recordings were created in March ...
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Nov 11, 2014 ... I wish I could make this up but holy cow this isn't something that you hear about in
school here in America. When you research this stuff and you ...