Welcome to Think Japan

December 7, 1941 was perhaps the most historic day of the United States in its short history. However, it was also one of the final steps towards a cataclysm that changed everything for Japan. After years of isolation and aggressive imperialism, Japan surrendered in 1945 to a new direction, and a became a society arguably driven by democracy, business, and trade. Since then, Japan has come a long ways economically and socially, now boasting the second largest economy in the world. Nonetheless, old habits die hard, as does Japanese culture.

So enjoy this brand new website that offers a window into Japan, and also shines the light on what makes Japan tick just way it does. Please send us an email at any time if you have any questions, or any topics you feel we should write about. Enjoy!

  • Daniel

    We’ve all been talking and we think it’s time for a new article if you know what I mean

  • http://www.films4esl.wetpaint.com charleswinstead

    I look forward to reading these articles. How do I use it in my works cited page for the papers I write? Yoroshiku ne.