JAPANESE CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS

By RON TATUM

General Characteristics of Agricultural, Industrial, and Information Age Cultural Characteristics

Information/Data on Japanese Cultural Characteristics

In Japan the architecture reflects the many cultural/historical changes the country has undergone. Even in modern times some of the Japanese shrines, castles, and Buddhist temples are considered modern wonders of technology and architectural design.

Conclusions on Japan (Whether Primarily Agricultural, Industrial, or Information Age Re: Its Cultural Characteristics)

In conclusion Japan is primarily a agricultural age society with regards to culture. I suggest this because of their desire to hold on to their past culture and keep it in tact. Here is another area that others could learn from the Japanese, a country shouldn't destroy it's historical reminders simply because they are old, they should cherish them because they will direct future generations as to what their society evolved from and then they can appreciate where they are now. (Its Cultural Characteristics)

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