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apartments What type of house do most Japanese people live in? Row 1, Col apartments What type of house do most Japanese people live in? Row 1, Col 1

The students and teachers clean the schools How are Japanese schools kept clean? 1, The students and teachers clean the schools How are Japanese schools kept clean? 1, 2

Children’s Day Name a holiday celebrated by boys flying kites shaped like fish. 1, Children’s Day Name a holiday celebrated by boys flying kites shaped like fish. 1, 3

Origami What is the Japanese art of paper-folding called? 1, 4 Origami What is the Japanese art of paper-folding called? 1, 4

Tatami mats What do Japanese use to cover their floors? 2, 1 Tatami mats What do Japanese use to cover their floors? 2, 1

They bow How do Japanese students greet their teachers? 2, 2 They bow How do Japanese students greet their teachers? 2, 2

kimonos What do some people traditionally wear when celebrating holidays in Japan? 2, 3 kimonos What do some people traditionally wear when celebrating holidays in Japan? 2, 3

calligraphy Name a Japanese form of artful writing. 2, 4 calligraphy Name a Japanese form of artful writing. 2, 4

A mattress that folds up during the day What is a futon? 3, 1 A mattress that folds up during the day What is a futon? 3, 1

Reading, writing, math, science, calligraphy, English Name three subjects that Japanese students learn? 3, Reading, writing, math, science, calligraphy, English Name three subjects that Japanese students learn? 3, 2

Fancy dolls What do girls use to celebrate their special holiday? 3, 3 Fancy dolls What do girls use to celebrate their special holiday? 3, 3

haiku Japanese type of poetry that is organized by syllables. 3, 4 haiku Japanese type of poetry that is organized by syllables. 3, 4

Remove your shoes What is the tradition when you enter a Japanese house? 4, Remove your shoes What is the tradition when you enter a Japanese house? 4, 1

False. Only some do, just like here in the U. S. All students in False. Only some do, just like here in the U. S. All students in Japan wear uniforms to school. True or false? 4, 2

Yes! Tradition that shows respect, appreciates calmness and beauty of surroundings Are Japanese tea Yes! Tradition that shows respect, appreciates calmness and beauty of surroundings Are Japanese tea ceremonies still performed today? If so, why? 4, 3

Baseball, soccer (sakka), Sumo wrestling, martial arts Name three popular sports in Japan. 4, Baseball, soccer (sakka), Sumo wrestling, martial arts Name three popular sports in Japan. 4, 4

Smaller, movable walls, futons, tatami mats, baths How are homes in Japan different than Smaller, movable walls, futons, tatami mats, baths How are homes in Japan different than your home? 5, 1

Longer day, class on Saturday, longer school year What is one way that Japanese Longer day, class on Saturday, longer school year What is one way that Japanese school is different than your school? 5, 2

New Year’s Day (although celebrated somewhat differently) Name a holiday that is celebrated in New Year’s Day (although celebrated somewhat differently) Name a holiday that is celebrated in Japan that is also celebrated in the United States. 5, 3

wear American clothes, eat American foods, speak English instead of new language, celebrate American wear American clothes, eat American foods, speak English instead of new language, celebrate American holidays If you decided to move to another country, in what ways might you hold on to your American culture? 5, 4