My bride of the last 24 years and her parents are my main models for understanding married couples here, but I have a few other close (married) friends, so I'd like to talk a little about some main issues.
As with marriages in other countries, the acceptable types of communication between husband and wife have unique patterns in Japan.
Their commitment to the military effort to expand Japanese territory to achieve economic security can be understood partly in these terms.
The depression ended in the mid-1930s in Japan partly because of government deficits used to expand greatly both heavy industry and the military.
The great powers not only jealously protected their special economic rights within their colonies and spheres of influence, but sought to bolster their sagging economies through high tariffs, dumping of goods, and other trade manipulation.
The delay could be attributed to the difficulties in adapting Chinese rice varieties to Japanese conditions.
(Rice was not suited to the northern island of Hokkaido.
Actual evidence of occupation only dates back 30,000 years.
Whereas agriculture commenced in China around 9,000 years ago, it wasn’t until 400 BC that agriculture developed in Japan.