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  1. Japanese - Wikipedia

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    Japanese may refer to: . Something from or related to Japan, an island country in East Asia; Japanese language, spoken mainly in Japan; Japanese people, the ethnic group that identifies with Japan through culture or ancestry

  2. Big in Japan (Alphaville song) - Wikipedia

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    "Big in Japan" is the debut single of the German synth-pop band Alphaville. It was taken from their 1984 album Forever Young.. The single was a success in many countries, including Germany, Sweden and Switzerland.

    • "Seeds"
    • 1984
    • 3:52 (single edit/video version), 4:43 (album version)
    • Synth-pop
  3. Prime Minister of Japan - Wikipedia

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    The prime minister of Japan (内閣総理大臣, Naikaku-sōri-daijin, or Shushō (首相)) (informally referred to as PMOJ) is the head of the executive of the government of Japan and the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Japan; he is appointed by the emperor of Japan after being designated by the National Diet and must enjoy the confidence of the House of Representatives to remain in ...

    • Four years or fewer, renewable indefinitely.
    • Kantei
  4. Japanese language - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Japanese (日本語 "Nihon-go" in Japanese) is the official language of Japan, in East Asia. Japanese belongs to the Japonic language family, which also includes the endangered Ryukyuan languages. One theory says Japanese and Korean are related, but most linguists no longer think so.

    • /nihoɴɡo/: [ɲihoŋɡo], [ɲihoŋŋo]
    • Japan
  5. History of Japan - Wikipedia

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    Japan became a member of the United Nations in 1956 and further cemented its international standing in 1964, when it hosted the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Japan was a close ally of the United States during the Cold War, though this alliance did not have unanimous support

  6. Big in Japan (band) - Wikipedia

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    Big in Japan left a recorded legacy of seven songs: one on a single, four on their EP From Y to Z and Never Again, and two released on a compilation. As of 2005, five out of these recorded songs are commercially available, on the compilation album, The Zoo: Uncaged 1978-1982. Ironically, the band never performed or released any disc in Japan.

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  8. Japan – Wikipedia

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    Japan har bebotts av människor i minst 35 000 år. De tidigast daterade kvarlämningarna (verktyg gjorda av sten) härstammar från kring 12 000 f.Kr., och ungefär från den tiden räknar man att Japans yngre stenålder, ofta benämnd med det japanska namnet Jomon, inleddes.

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  10. Japán – Wikipédia

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    A vasúti közlekedésben több tucat vállalat versenyez egymással. A legnagyobbak a 7 Japan Railways (JR) társaság, a Kintetsu Corporation, a Seibu Railway és a Keio Corporation. A vasúti vállalatok gyakran foglalkoznak ingatlanokkal is, a legtöbb fontosabb vasútállomásuk mellett bevásárlóközpontokat is üzemeltetnek.

  11. Japan – Wikipedia

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    Japan (japansk: Nihon: 日 (sol) 本 (opphav), «soloppgangslandet») er eit øyrike heilt aust i Asia. Det ligg ved Stillehavet , aust for det japanske havet som skil det frå Kina , og den koreanske halvøya, som har kort veg til Japan over Koreasundet .