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About Japan

Information About Japan

Capital City :
Tokyo
Climate :
Varies from tropical in south to cool temperate in north.
Provinces :
Gunma, Hiroshima, Hokkaido, Hyogo, Ibaraki, Ishikawa, Iwate, Kagawa, Kagoshima, Kanagawa, Kochi, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Nagano and Nagasaki.
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Attractions :
Tokyo Tower, Universal Studios Japan, Kiyomizudera, Tokyo Dome City, Asakusa Shrine, Meiji Jingu Shrine, Tokyo Disneyland and Osaka Aquarium.
National Flower :
Chrysanthemum (imperial), Cherry Blossom Sakura
Background :
In 1603, a Tokugawa shogunate (military dictatorship) ushered in a long period of isolation from foreign influence in order to secure its power. For more than two centuries this policy enabled Japan to enjoy stability and a flowering of its indigenous culture. Following the Treaty of Kanagawa with the US in 1854, Japan opened its ports and began to intensively modernize and industrialize. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Japan became a regional power that was able to defeat the forces of both China and Russia. It occupied Korea, Formosa (Taiwan), and southern Sakhalin Island.
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Religions :
Observe both Shinto and Buddhist 84%, other 16% (including Christian 0.7%).
Natural Resources:
Negligible mineral resources, fish note: with virtually no energy natural resources, Japan is the world's largest importer of coal and liquefied natural gas as well as the second largest importer of oil.

You can send Featured gifts for delivery to the following Cities in Japan: Hitachi, Fuji, Nagano, Toki, Fujinomiya, Akita, Saijo, Yokohama, Hiratsuka, Narita, Takamatsu, Fukui, Kobe, Tottori, Yamagata, Hiroshima, Nago, Takahama, Hadano, Kitami, Osaka, Wakayama, Hamamatsu, Miyazaki, Tsukuba, Chiba, Kurashiki, Omiya, Utsunomiya, Chigasaki, Moriya, Shinagawa Ku, Okinawa, Kawasaki, Numazu, Toyota, Gifu, Kamakura, Sendai Shi, Asahikawa, Kanoya, Nogata, Tsubame, Gamagori, Misawa, Sasebo, Ami, Kadoma, Nishinomiya, Toyokawa, Funabashi, Matsuyama, Saku, Amagasaki, Ichikawa, Nagasaki, Tokyo, Fujioka, Kawaguchi, Saitama, Yokosuka, Ibaraki, Nemuro, Tochigi, Fujisawa, Konan, Sagamihara, Yao, Obihiro, Nagaoka, Toyama, Kodaira, Kanazawa, Oita, Yaizu, Himeji, Nagoya, Sumoto, Chatan, Kitakyushu, Ome, Uwajima, Hachioji, Matsudo, Shizuoka, Beppu, Kochi, Okayama, Iwakuni, Gifu Shi, Mobara, Shiki, Asaka, Kariya, Nara, Tsu, Saga, Mishima, Sendai, Aomori and more.

The exchange rate for 1USD in Japanese Yen is ¥113.19 (approx.)
Send Gifts to Japan

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Introduction

Japan is an island country in East Asia. Approximately 9.1 million people live in Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, which is the second largest city proper in the OECD. The Greater Tokyo Area, which includes Tokyo and several surrounding prefectures, is the world's largest metropolitan area with over 35 million residents and the world's largest urban agglomeration economy. The country has the world's third-largest economy by nominal GDP and the world's fourth-largest economy by purchasing power parity. It is also the world's fifth-largest exporter and fifth-largest importer. Gifting Do's and Don’ts In Japan

Do’s

1. Gift-giving is an important part of Japanese business protocol. Moreover, gifts are exchanged among colleagues on July 15 and January 1 to commemorate midyear and the year's end respectively.

2. The emphasis in Japanese business culture is on the ritual of gift-giving, rather than the gift itself. For this reason, you may receive a gift that seems too modest, or conversely, extravagant.

3. A wrapped gift is often carried inside a shopping bag to avoid ostentation and minimize any hint that a gift is about to be presented.

Don’ts

1. It is a mistake to give the same gift to two or more Japanese of unequal rank. People will also take offense if you are in the presence of a group of people and give a gift to one person, but fail to give one to the others who are present.

2. Lilies, lotus blossoms, and camellias are associated with funerals. White flowers of any kind should be avoided. There is also a superstition that potted plants encourage sickness.

3. Giving four or nine of anything is considered unlucky.

4. Red Christmas cards should be avoided, since funeral notices are customarily printed in this colour.

When is the right time to send gifts to Japan?

Personal occasions or business occasions aside, the key festivals or holidays in 2016 for Japan are:

1. New Year’s Day-Friday, January 01

2. Labour Thanksgiving Day-Wednesday, November 23

3. Showa Day-Friday, April 29

4. Children’s Day-Thursday, May 05

5. The Emperor’s Birthday-Friday, December 23

How to send gifts to Japan?

Have you ever had a question on how to send gifts to Japan? Have you ever been frustrated with mere the thought of sending gifts to Japan from a different country? Of course, most of us have felt the same way while trying to send a gift to Japan. We have made it easier to send gifts to Japan through Giftsnideas.com. We always make an effort to satisfy your gifting needs by providing the best gifts to send to Japan for any occasion with a wide range of variety. If you have problem or question on how to send gifts to Japan from a different country, you can do a 24*7 live chat or call to our customer service. Our customer service executive will be happy to help you in sending gifts to Japan.

What to gift for various occasions?

1. Valentine’s Day – Chocotreat, Choco-flower Medley … and, more…

2. New Year – Cookies Treats Gift Tower, Chocolate Fusion… and, more…

3. Birthday – Basket of Full Chocolates, Treasured Roses… and, more…

4. Anniversary – Assorted Dates Stuffed Luxury Gift Box… and, more…

5. Corporate – Delicious Black Forest Cake, Ferrero Rocher… and, more…

6. Him – Summer Evening, Lovely Triple Combo… and, more…

7. Her – Red Rosas Combo, Tropical Basket… and, more…

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Diwali(India): October 18th
Diwali, India's most anticipated, widely celebrated festival of lights is also India's largest shopping and gift giving festival. Because it is associated with prosperity, the tradition of shopping and giving gifts is very prominent and important part of the celebrations. Diwali is a time during which the entire Indian country goes on shopping and gift giving sprees.

Halloween (US): October 31st
Evolving from an ancient Celtic holiday, Halloween today is a fun occasion that’s become less spooky and more merry, centered on wearing fun costumes and gathering and eating candy. Kids and adults alike enjoy dressing up, going to parties, and eating sweet treats.

Thanksgiving Day(US): November 23rd
Thanksgiving Day is a time to feel gratitude for the good things in life. This is a day of festivity, family reunions and lavish feasts. In the USA this day is considered as one of the major family celebration generally celebrated at home with family and friends. People celebrate this day with a great enthusiasm with their family and friends and sometimes give gifts like flowers, jewellery, baked cookies, chocolates etc to their near and dear.

Black Friday(US): November 24th
Black Friday is the Friday following Thanksgiving Day in the United States (the fourth Thursday of November), often regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. In recent years, most major retailers have opened extremely early and offered promotional sales to kick off the holiday shopping season, similar to Boxing Day sales in many Commonwealth nations.

Cyber Monday (US): November 27th
Cyber Monday is a marketing term for the Monday after Thanksgiving in the United States. The term "Cyber Monday" was created by marketing companies to persuade people to shop online. The term made its debut on November 28, 2005, in a Shop.org press release entitled "'Cyber Monday Quickly Becoming One of the Biggest Online Shopping Days of the Year".

Hanukkah (US): December 12 to 20
Chanukah (Hanukkah), the Festival of Lights, begins on the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev, and lasts for eight days. On the secular calendar, Chanukah generally falls out in December. In Hebrew, the word "hanukkah" means "dedication." Share the holiday magic with a loved one with our Hanukkah Gift Baskets. Celebrate the miracle of Hanukkah and the Festival of Lights with a beautiful gift from Giftsnideas.

Christmas (US) : December 25th
Christmas season is the time when gift-giving is almost a ritual. GiftsnIdeas have lined up best Christmas presents for this festival season. We have unusual and inexpensive xmas gifts in our gift gallery. There are not only Christmas gift baskets but there are also hundreds of top Christmas gifts to suit everyone’s taste, need and pocket, befitting the yuletide spirit.

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