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  1. Iruka Umino (うみのイルカ, Umino Iruka) is a chūnin of Konohagakure, who served primarily as an instructor at the Academy until being promoted to Headmaster years later. Iruka's parents were killed in the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox's Attack twelve years before the beginning of the series. Initially, a young Iruka was present on the battlefield, and wanted to stay in order to protect his ...

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  3. All tributes to the marketing creativity of Morita and the technical genius of his partner, Ibuka Masaru, who died in 1997.

  4. Jul 03, 2016 · One of the most recognizable Japanese paintings is The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife.It was executed in 1814 by famous artist Hokusai. If we follow strict definitions, this amazing Hokusai’s piece could not be considered as a painting, since it’s a woodcut design of the ukiyo-e genre from the book Kinoe no Komatsu, which is a three-volume book of shunga erotica.

  5. In Japan, the beautiful and enigmatic Geisha represents one of the most iconic cultural images in the country. They have been around since as early as 600 A.D. where they served as entertainers and companions, but the look we can easily recognize today became prominent in the 17th century. Trained in fine arts such as dance, singing, playing the shamisen, dining manners, and friendly ...

  6. After the war Ibuka worked as a radio repairman for a bomb-damaged Tokyo department store. Morita found him again when he read in a newspaper that Ibuka had invented a shortwave converter. In May 1946 the two men established a partnership with $500 in borrowed capital, and registered their company as the Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha ...

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