- Introduction with a hook beginning
- History of Japan’s social structure, include intriguing facts.
- Interesting geographic features tourist may enjoy viewing.
- Main religions, include temples or shrines tourist may visit.
- Don’t forget an interesting conclusion.
*For steps 4-? you will complete your article in a google template.
Step 1: Geography of JapanYou need to become familiar with major cities, natural features, and major tourist attractions.
Step 2: History of JapanYou must understand the importance of early government, social structure, and cultural influences on present day Japan. Using the following websites fill out your Japan Outline notes in Google Docs.
Samurai: A Japanese warrior whose duty was to serve and protect his lord or give up his life doing so.Bushido code: A code of ethics followed by samurai, which required bravery, self-control, and loyalty to their lord.Daimyo: a clan leader who held the real political power and Japan. Controlled the people and the land through the use of military force (samurais).Clan: A large family group.Scroll: A painting or text on silk or paper that is either displayed on the wall or held by the reader and is rolled up when not in use.Code: A set of standards that are enforced.
Step 3: Religion of JapanYou will learn about the two major religions in Japan. Many tourists enjoy visiting religious sites, whether or not it’s their religious belief. This will be a great addition to your article.
Buddhism is a religion of many Southeast Asian countries. It varies slightly from country to country based on cultural influences.
Shintoism is based on Nature. What could have been things worshipped by the the Japanese. Each part of nature contains a spirit known asKami.
Step 4: Arrival of EuropeansThe arrival of Europeans dramatically changed the Japanese Lifestyle. What do you see in the following timeline? What conclusions can you draw about the Westerner effect on Japan? Record your answers on your outline.Step 5: Japanese Way of Life (Mr. Juchems)Record any interesting facts and information on your outline. Think about current culture, foods, religion, jobs.Step 6: Begin Persuasive ArticleUsing the attached outline input the most important reasons and details for a tourist to visit Japan. It is important to visually know you have enough information for your readers. Don’t forget your details. If you think I should visit Mt. Fuji, but fail to tell me about it. I’m not going to be too excited to visit. You have to make it sound like an experience of a lifetime.Once you have the outline for your reasons completed, begin working through an introduction and conclusion.