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Here are the top ten articles for the Japanese Culture Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Personality Traits By Blood Type
In the early thirties, the Japanese believed that one’s blood type, was a great influence to one’s personality. This belief is still present today and in Japan, it is very common to be asked "What’s your blood type?"

2. The Merchant Class Of Feudal Japan
The Merchant class in most societies, are regarded as a necessary asset for nation building, this wasn’t so for the Merchants in feudal Japan because money was held in low regard.

3. Green Tea Chocolate Valentine Recipe
Valentine’s day is a special day of love, do you want to show your loved ones that you care? Why not try this special Japanese Valentine's Chocolate Candy.

4. Problems Caused By Japanese Politeness
Politeness is not necessarily a good thing, and Japanese politeness, as famous as it is, can cause headaches for non-Japanese who don’t truly understand it.

5. Baffling Japanese Politeness – Queuing
You’ve read about the eerily unnatural silence you’d experience inside a Japanese movie theatre (if not, go check out Baffling Japanese Politeness – At The Movies). Now, read about the Japanese queuing custom, which will make you wonder if they actually are an inherently polite race or not…

6. Female Warriors In Ancient Japan
In the past, the traditional role of a woman in Japan, was one of treasured beauty, to be pampered and protected from all ills but did you know that some Japanese women, were warriors who flew into the face of danger and also played some major roles in Samurai battles?

7. Differences In A Japanese Temple and Shrine
A first time visitor to Japan can’t help but see the many temples and shrines, and would probably think that they are all the same. But they are not, here are the differences between a Japanese Shrine and a Japanese Temple.

8. The Most Bizarre Foods In Japan
Have you ever heard of fish and ice cream connection? Well Junk food didn’t originate only in the United States, the Japanese have their own kinds of bizarre foods that lets just say, you "must" require a special licensed chef to prepare it!

9. Tomoe Gozen - Female Samurai
Tomoe Gozen was a legendary female samurai in Japan, she fought bravely and was victorious in many battles, one of note is the Gempei War.

10. Japanese School Sports Festival
Japanese school sports festivals are awe-inspiring to watch. Learn some bite-sized info about them in this article!



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