Facts on Japan, जापान से जुड़े रोचक तथ्य

FACTS ON JAPAN, जापान से जुड़े रोचक तथ्य

FCT-1789

मार्च 11, 2011 में जापान में परमाणु आपात स्थिति (nuclear emergency) का आदेश दिया गया था।

FCT-1790

शिंज़ो एब जापान के प्रधान मंत्री हैं।

FCT-1791

जापान का नया माग्लेव बुलट ट्रैन, दुनिया का सबसे तेज़ भरा ट्रेन है।

FCT-1792

नौ साल के बच्चों तक के लिए पढ़ाई अनिवार्य है। फिर भी 98% नौ साल से बड़े बच्चे भी, पाठशाला जाते हैं।

FCT-1793

जापान में यह मानते हैं कि काली बिल्लियाँ एक अच्छा शकुन होतीं हैं।

FCT-1794

जापान में सिर्फ 2% लोग, बाहर से, यानि अन्य देशों से आए हैं।

FCT-1795

जैपनीज़ परिवारों का पीने का पानी और नहाने का पानी, एक ही होता है।

FCT-1796

काकज़ का इस्तेमाल जापान मे, श्योचालय में कम और, कौमिक छपवाने के लिए ज़्यादा होते हैं।

FCT-1797

टोयोटा नाम की एक जैपंनीज़ कम्पनी, अपने काम के विषय में, दुनिया में तीसरे स्थान पर खड़े हैं।

FCT-1798

जापान मे 2005 में, मरने वालों की संख्या, जन्म संख्या से ज़्यादा हो गई थी।

FCT-1799

हर साल जापान में कम से कम 1500 भूकंप मेहसूस् होते हैं।

FCT-1800

जापान में चावल नाश्ते में भी खाया जाता है।

FCT-1801

कौफी जापान के लोगों का मनपसंद है, और बड़ी मात्राओं में इसे जमाइका नाम के शहर से मँगवाया जाता है।

FCT-1802

जापान में कम से कम 50,000 लोगों से ज़्यादा लोग 100 साल के हैं।

FCT-1702

More than 2 billion manga magazines and books are being sold each year

FCT-1703

Literacy by Japanese youth is almost 100%, which is among the highest in the world

FCT-1704

they eat more than 17 million ton fish per year, more than any other country

FCT-1705

Animated Japanese films and television shows (i.e.: Anime) account for 60% of the world’s animation-based entertainment. So successful is animation in Japan, that there are almost 130 voice-acting schools in the country.

FCT-1706

In Japan there are more pets than children.

FCT-1707

Ronald McDonald is called Donald McDonald in Japan due to a lack of a clear ‘R’ sound in Japanese.

FCT-1708

Many hot springs and public bathhouses in Japan ban customers with tattoos from entering because they see it as possible affiliation with gangs.

FCT-1709

They use more paper for comics than for toilet paper in Japan.

FCT-1710

Sometimes the trains in Japan are so crowded railway staff are employed to cram passengers inside.

FCT-1711

Around 24 billion pairs of chopsticks are used in Japan each year.

FCT-1712

685 kids were rushed to hospitals in Japan in 1997 after an intense pokemon episode that caused dizziness, vomiting and seizures.

FCT-1713

Japan has 5.52 million vending machines offering anything from soda to sex toys and live crabs.

FCT-1714

Japan’s birth rate is so low that adult diapers are sold more than baby diapers.

FCT-1715

The Japanese name for Japan is “Nihon” or “Nippon” which means “sun origin”.

FCT-1716

Japan belongs to the continent of Asia. Japan is an island nation surrounded by the Sea of Japan to the East and the Pacific Ocean to the West.

FCT-1717

Japan is made up of 6,852 islands.

FCT-1718

The highest point in Japan in Mount Fuji, which stands at 3,776m (12,388ft).

FCT-1719

As of July 2012, there are over 127 million people living in Japan (127,368,088), which is the tenth largest population in the world.

FCT-1720

Tokyo is the capital city of Japan and also the largest city. Other major cities include Osaka, Nagoya, and Sapporo.

FCT-1721

Japanese is the official language of Japan.

FCT-1722

If you commit suicide in Japan by jumping in front of a train, the family of the deceased will be charged a disruption fee.

FCT-1723

In a Sumo training “stable” the junior rikishi Sumo wrestlers must wash and bathe their senior sumo wrestlers and make sure their hard to reach places are clean.

FCT-1724

The worlds shortest escalator is in Japan. And yes, it is used as well.

FCT-1725

Fleeing motorists in Japan are shot by police with paintballs. This technique helps them to identify the defaulters easily.

FCT-1726

Train stations in Japan have staff people to shove people into the trains because there are so much of passengers.

FCT-1727

Eating while walking is considered rude in Japan.

FCT-1728

The unemployment rate in Japan is only 4%.

FCT-1729

Japanese farmers produce square watermelons for the sake of ease of storing.

FCT-1730

Famously, Japan is the world’s largest creditor nation.

FCT-1731

29. Ovens are not nearly as commonplace as rice cookers in Japanese households.

FCT-1732

Tokyo is the second most expensive city in the world to live in.

FCT-1733

Sushi used to be eaten as street food.

FCT-1734

The world’s most expensive tuna was sold in Japan for $735,000 USD.

FCT-1735

It’s considered inappropriate to blow your nose in public.

FCT-1736

Japan is a world leader in robotics. Japanese engineers are known for producing a range of human-like robots such as ASIMO.

FCT-1737

Some of the most well-known companies in the world are Japanese such as Toyota, Honda, Sony, Nintendo, Canon, Panasonic, Toshiba, and Sharp.

FCT-1738

Japanese cuisine has become popular around the world. Some well-known dishes are sushi, sashimi and tempura.

FCT-1739

Japan is home to many different forms of martial arts. Karate, Judo, Sumo, Ninjutsu, Kendo, Jujutsu, and Aikido to name a few.

FCT-1740

Sumo is recognized as the national sport of Japan, although the most popular spectator sport is baseball.

FCT-1741

Japanese sake is made from fermented rice.

FCT-1742

The fortune cookie dates back to the 19th century and was first made in Kyoto, Japan.

FCT-1743

Geisha means “person of the arts” and the first geisha were actually men.

FCT-1744

Norway introduced salmon sushi to the Japanese in the 80’s.

FCT-1745

In Japan there is a ‘crying sumo’ contest where wrestlers compete to see who can make a baby cry first.

FCT-1746

Traditional Japanese floor toilets can still be found in many parts of the country.

FCT-1747

Slurping your food is a good thing in Japan. The louder your slurp, the more you like the food. Slurping is considered a compliment to the chef.

FCT-1748

Many Japanese companies have exercise programs for their workers. Each morning the workers will follow an exercise regime before they can start work.

FCT-1749

Anti-smoking laws are nonexistent in Japan. There are virtually no non-smoking areas in the country.

FCT-1750

Until 2015, dancing late at night was illegal in Japan.

FCT-1751

Over 4,000 smaller islands surround the four main islands of Japan.

FCT-1752

The Japanese survivor of the Titanic was called a coward in his country for not dying with the other passengers.

FCT-1753

In Japan there are ‘Maid Cafes’ where waitresses dressed in maid costumes act as servants, and treat customers as masters (and mistresses) in a private home, rather than as café patrons.

FCT-1754

21% of the Japanese population is elderly, the highest proportion in the world. Japan has more than 50,000 people who are over 100 years old.

FCT-1755

Japan consists of over 6,800 islands.

FCT-1756

Home to 33 million people, the Tokyo-Yokohama metropolitan area is the largest populated metropolitan region in the world.

FCT-1757

Japan has more than 3,000 McDonald’s restaurants, the largest number in any country outside the U.S.

FCT-1758

Japanese director Akira Kurosawa’s film The Hidden Fortress was the basis for George Lucas’ famous film Star Wars.

FCT-1759

Suicide is a big problem in the Japanese society

FCT-1760

They’re cultivating square melons because it’s easier to store them

FCT-1761

There are cafes where the staff is dressed up as French Maids

FCT-1762

Capsule hotels are available in most bigger cities

FCT-1763

Tokyo is the biggest city in the world

FCT-1764

When you go to the bathroom or toilet, you’re supposed to wear special slippers

FCT-1765

Japanese trains are among the world’s most punctual: their average delay is just 18 seconds!

FCT-1766

Square watermelons are grown by Japanese farmers for easier stack and store.

FCT-1767

जापान से करीबन 19 नोबल पुरस्कार के विजेता हैं।

FCT-1768

दुनिया की सबसे छोटी चलती सीढ़ी (escalator) जापान में है।

FCT-1769

गाड़ी को उचित से ज़्यादा रफ्तार में चलाने वालों को, वहाँ की पुलिस गोली मार देती है।

FCT-1770

जापान में कुछ लोगों को इस काम के लिए रखते हैं कि जनता को रेल गाड़ी में धकेला जाए। यह इसलिए क्योंकि वहाँ की आबादी बहुत ही ज़्यादा है।

FCT-1771

चलते वक्त खाना, जापान में अशिष्ट माना जाता है।

FCT-1772

जापान में सिर्फ 4% बेरोज़गारी है।

FCT-1773

कम से कम 60% एनिमेटड शो, जापान में बनते हैं।

FCT-1774

जापान में 98% लोग, पुरुषों को गोद लेते हैं, ताकि उनके परिवार का धंधा आगे बढ़े।

FCT-1775

जापान में खुदखुशी की संख्या बहुत ही ज़्यादा है।

FCT-1776

जापान का सूकीजी फिश मार्केट दुनिया का सबसे बड़ा फिश मार्केट है।

FCT-1777

जापान को जैपनीज़ भाषा में निप्पोन कहते हैं।

FCT-1778

फ्यूजी पहाड़, जापान का सबसे ऊँचा पहाड़ है।

FCT-1779

जापान को औद्योगिक राष्ट्र कहा जाता है।

FCT-1780

जापान में 99%, 15 साल के बच्चे, पढ़े-लिखे होते हैं।

FCT-1781

यहाँ 118 ज्वर भाता (volcanoes) हैं।

FCT-1782

यहाँ की लोगों की आयू कम से कम 83 साल होती है।

FCT-1783

होंशू, होक्काईडू, क्यूशू, और शिकोकू जापान के चार मुख्य द्वीप हैं।

FCT-1784

जापान की आबादी, दुनिया के दस्वें स्थान पर खड़ी है।

FCT-1785

टोक्यो जापान की राजधानी है। साथ ही ये द्निया का सबसे बड़ा शहर है।

FCT-1786

सुमो रेस्लिंग जापान का राष्ट्रीय खेल है।

FCT-1787

बेसबौल जापान का सबसे चहीता खेल है।

FCT-1788

जापान में लोग ग्रीन टी पीना पसंद करते हैं।