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Square Watermelons are grown by japanese farmers for easier stack and store.
The Japanese who survived the Titanic crash was called a coward in his country for not dying with the other passengers.
U.S. Soldier John R. McKinney held off over 100 Japanese soldiers single-handedly in WW2.
Venom from the Japanese giant hornet can dissolve human tissue.
The number of Chinese killed by the Japanese during WW2 is greater than the number of Jews killed in the Holocaust.
A Japanese man survived both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings during WW2.
Five-Sided Oranges are grown by japanese farmers for easier stack and store.
Paris Syndrome is a psychological disorder, mainly suffered by Japanese people, caused after realizing Paris isn’t what they expected.
According to a poll, the Japanese people believed their best invention of the 20th century was instant noodles.
In Japan, Ronald McDonald is called Donald McDonald due to a lack of a clear “r” sound in Japanese.
The word karaoke means “empty orchestra” in Japanese.
The tires company Bridgestone got its name by translating the owner’s last name “Ishibashi” meaning “stone bridge” in Japanese.
Japanese researchers developed a gun than can be used to force people to stop speaking.
Four Japanese scientists measured the amount of friction between a shoe, a banana skin and the floor: it’s 0.07.
The biggest Japanese community outside of Japan is in Brazil.
Rather than be captured, a defeated Japanese Samurai would stab himself in the left belly, draw the blade to the right, then pull upwards.
During WW2, the Japanese invaded Alaska, and more Americans were killed or wounded defending Alaska than at Pearl Harbor.
A Japanese pilot who attacked a town in Oregon during WW2 returned years later to present his family’s 400-year-old sword as a symbol of regret.
The Japanese authorities constructed a fence around a volcano at Mount Mihara to stop a trend of over 2000 people committing suicide by jumping in.
During WW2, a Japanese Consul saved 6,000 Jews from the Holocaust by writing them all Visas to Japan even after the government told him not to.