The Wonders of Japan Essay

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Japan has many wonders that the general public does not know of. Most Americans only know about the past wars of Japan, therefore they don’t know the true history of the people that life there. Several wonders of Japan include its History, Government, Geography and Topography, Cultural Customs and Economy and Trade.
Japan has a lot of many wonders, but the most wonderful thing is its history. For instance, in 1898, the shogunate was forced to resign and the emperor was restored to power. The Meiji restoration initiated many reforms. The reforms that took place were as follows, the feudal system was abolished, and Western institution was adopted, which included a western legal system and constitutional government along the
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Japan had also joined the League of Nations and received command over the Pacific islands north of the equator. Throughout the 1920’s, Japan had been leaning toward a more democratic government. Military leaders became more increasingly influential during the 1930’s because the parliamentary government was not rooted deeply enough to withstand the economic and political pressures. Moving on, Japan had invaded Manchuria in 1931 and set up a temporary state of Manchukuo. In 1933, Japan had resigned from the League of Nations and the invasion of China in 1937 had followed Japan’s signing of the “anti-Comintern pact” with Germany, which was part of the chain of developments culminating on the attack on Pearl Harbor December 7th, 1941. Japan had signed an instrument of surrender on the U.S.S. Missouri in Tokyo Harbor on September 2nd, 1945 after being at war for four years and the loss of over three million soldiers. After losing in World War II, Japan had lost all of its overseas possessions and retained only its home islands. History was one of the main wonders of Japan, but it’s not the only wonder of Japan.
Secondary wonder of Japan is its current government. Japan has a government that is directed by the principles and rules of a Constitutional Monarchy and a Parliamentary Government. The government of Japan posses characteristics of a Parliamentary Government, but also has a

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