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History of Japan The history of Japan dates back to 30000 bc where it is believed that Japanese people are descent from Mongolian people because of the similar physical features of fold in the eyelid a yellow tinge in pigmentation black hair and so on A large portion of Japan is very mountainous so that leaves 17 percent of surface area available for agriculture Japanese people main line of business is products of the sea for example fish shellfish and edible seaweed The next culture group appears much later and that is the Yayoi the existed between 300 and 100 bc and they were an agricultural group growing rice fields much like the chinese In these times shinto was the main religion in Japan which has no founder no inspired scriptures and no moral code In 522 bc Buddism was formaly introduced to the Japanese and scholars were send to Japan as thanks from king of Paikche in Korea For a long period of time there was a series of dynastic quarrels and Soga Umako came into power and Empress Suiko took the throne then her nephew took over Prince Shotoku 572-622 bc He was respected for his learing and beloved for his goodness In 607 the famous Horyuji monastery was built and within the monaster he built his own residence and chapel know as the hall of dreams In 710 the capitial of Japan was fixed for the first tiem and located at Nara and the early days there had been no single captial One of the earliest known examples of printing was in japan at the beginning of the Nara period the shinto lengends were written down in Kojiki and Nihongi chronicles of japan The Heian period which began with the establishment of the imperial at Heian KyoKYOTO saw the full assimilation of Chinese influences and the flowering of an indigenous aristocratic culture The development of the Japanese KANA syllabary gave birth
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