What is the reason you are into Japan?

Ray

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What is the reason that you are into japan?

Well my reason of liking Jpan alot is due to all the anime I watch and mangas I read plus I slso like Sushi and Ramen.
 

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its probably because i was brought up under a lot of Japanese influences. aside from my family being Japanese a good portion of the local community is asian here.
 

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Anime has made me very interested in the culture and other stuff. very genuine interest, they look like they know how to party, and how to have a little respect for their fellow man.


and the food

sushi
tempura
miso soup (yum)

i could go on......

but i'm hungry.
 

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anime, ramen, the stories and history about the feudal japan. And Japanese women are very attractive
 

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Mostly japanese drama and anime. Not really food tho. The japanese food around my neighborhood isnt very .. nice? And that i can speak japanese quite fluently lolz. The community too
 

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after i started watching anime, i got interested in their culture and traditions, knowing how different they are from my country's. after that i started learning japanese, and this winter i have my first exam. i plan on going to study there.
so wish me luck when it's time? ne?
 

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anime.....raman....the whole ninja and samurai culture
 

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They created Anime besides other regular TV shows like American Idol and other cr- stuff. >.>

Also made the gaming systems so +1 for them too. o.o
 

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Anime, games, some movies, and their culture is definitely interesting. :) They do have a lot of technology, which makes Japan even cooler =D
 

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Games, food, anime, japanese culture freak dad..

yeah, that and some other stuff..
 

Ray

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lols yah all true japan has alot of stuff made us into them

Psp is a good example
 
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I love the way they act! They're so kind and the kids actually listen in school. The history, the honor and bravery of the Samurai back in history is very interesting. I just love it!
 

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Anime is what got me started in like the Japanese culture but now its an interest to me all on its own. Always been a history fan so there history excites me. The culture is unique and fascinating. There food is delicious. Beef teriyaki, negimaki, tempura. Sushi is good too but I can't eat a lot of it at once. Its just all amazing to me. One day I hope to get a chance to experience it first hand.
 

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the geographic position, the behavior of the people there, their culture, their eyes, and definitely their hairstyle
and of course anime
 

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The great culture. Much better then the American culture(which basically is no culture).
 

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The language, the culture and the manga/anime =P
 
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I love the culture, and manga/anime is what inspired me to choose my future career path(cartoonist). I've enjoyed everything about Japan ever since middle school. The only thing I'm not as excited about, and I mean no disrespect, is the history. Some of it is interesting, and some of it isn't. Granted, I'm not into American history, either.