To say the Japanese culture value family is an understatement. To say they value honor is a no brainer. In the past the Japanese valued honor, now they call it saving face in our modern times. Both terms mean the same thing and can be lost or earned almost the same way. The Japanese value honor and family, both are equally displayed in various works of literature. The Tale of the Heike.
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The geographically close Japanese and Korean languages share considerable similarity in typological features of their syntax and morphology while having a small number of lexical resemblances and different native scripts , although a common denominator is the presence of Chinese characters , where kanji are part of Japanese orthography, while hanja were historically used to write Korean marginally for limited academic, legal, media, stylistic and disambiguation purposes in South Korea today, while eliminated in North Korea. Observing the said similarities and probable history of Korean influence on Japanese culture , linguists have formulated different theories proposing a genetic relationship between them,         though these studies either lack conclusive evidence or were subsets of theories that have largely been discredited like versions of the well-known Altaic hypothesis that mainly attempted to group the Turkic, Mongolian and Tungusic languages together. More recently, however, there has been new research which has revived the possibility of a genetic link, such as the Transeurasian hypothesis by Robbeets et al, supported by computational linguistics and archeological evidence. The topic of similarity between the two languages can be politically controversial due to the historical relationship between Japan and Korea , particularly the language policy of Japanese-ruled Korea.
Assignment: Japanese American Museum On my visit to the Japanese American Museum I learned plenty of History from a culture that I would have never pictured myself going into depth with. I learned of the roots of the Japanese, religion, and injustices that they faced throughout decades. Within all this I also learned what was the communities way of communication. To begin with, the growing root for Japanese American communities was from
In Japan, family is important, just as it is in most other parts of the world. Learning the Japanese words for family terms such as father, mother, brother, and sister, is vital for anyone studying the language. But in Japanese, learning family-related terms can be tricky.