4 Real-Life Lessons About Japanese Culture Globalization

Last Updated on August 27, 2022 by KWS Adams
Japanese Culture

Ever wondered why Japanese culture has continued spreading globally in spite of other countries having their own cultural norms and values? Let me share with you why Japanese culture has continued to become part of the ordinary life of people living in the different countries in these 4 Real-life lessons and why the spread is unstoppable.

Japanese Sumo Wrestling

Japanese Sumo Wrestling

Sumo wrestling is a cultural game in Japan. In fact, it is a national sport where wrestlers in the ring show physical strength while maintaining a complex code of behavior. Wrestling is no longer a Japanese game since it has continued to be adopted in every world corner right either by involving in the game or watching it on TV.

Japanese Car Culture

Japanese car drifting culture

We are aware that Japanese vehicles including Toyota, Honda, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, and Lexus are the most driven cars worldwide. Several car cultures including the Otaku, drifting, street racing, midnight clubbing, law enforcement crackdown, turning scenes, etc have continued to be embraced not only in Movies but in real life, and are found almost everywhere. Most Japanese vehicle cultures have their origin dating back to World War 2 by the famous Bosozoku gangs, Kaido racers, Showa Racing, etc.

Shrines And Temples

Senso-Ji Temple Tokyo

In Japan are Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples. Shrines and temples are now found almost everywhere in the world. Several religions in different countries have temples and shrines as their places of worship. This makes Japanese religious culture adorable globally.

Japanese Cuisine

Japanese Cuisine

Washoku is the traditional cuisine of Japan that is based on rice with miso soup and other dishes. This dish is no longer only in Japan as it already spread to many other countries for example India, including its eating utensils.

Winding-up

Several Japanese cultural norms exist and have been taken globally. Many people enjoy putting into action what is done in Japan for example the motor car culture that has continued to be practiced in real life including in Movies.

4 Real-Life Lessons About Japanese Culture Globalization

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