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Japan by Mind Map: Japan

1. Geisha

2. Gion

2.1. Geisha

2.1.1. traditional

2.1.1.1. Middle Ages

2.1.2. female

2.1.2.1. entertainers

2.1.2.1.1. not prostitutes

2.1.2.1.2. music

2.1.3. Famous for traditional achitecture

3. Dress

3.1. Geisha always wear kimono

3.1.1. Silk, cotton or polyester

3.2. obi

3.2.1. sash

3.3. furi

3.3.1. long pocketed sleeves

3.4. wear tabi indoors

3.4.1. traditional Japanese socks

3.5. Hair

3.5.1. Shimada

3.5.2. Chignon

3.5.3. Sakko

4. Okiya

4.1. logging house

4.2. for Geisha

4.3. Men not allowed in

4.3.1. Except for preists

5. Business

5.1. Electronics

5.1.1. Panasonic

5.1.2. Toshiba

5.1.3. Sony

5.1.4. Nintendo

5.1.5. Mitsubishi

5.1.6. Sharp

5.1.7. Hitachi

5.1.7.1. Maxwell

5.1.7.2. LG Data Storage

5.2. Travel

5.2.1. Toyota

5.2.2. Mitsubishi

5.2.3. Toshiba

6. Housing

6.1. Modern

6.1.1. Bathroom

6.1.2. Living room

6.1.3. Kitchen

6.1.4. Dining room

6.2. Traditional

6.2.1. bathroom

6.2.2. Toilet

6.2.3. Kitchen

6.2.4. Rest is space

7. Economy

7.1. Main Industries

7.1.1. Motor vehicles

7.1.1.1. Transportation

7.1.2. Processed Food

7.1.3. Chemicals

7.1.4. Electronics

7.2. Labour Force

7.2.1. Services

7.2.1.1. 66.4%

7.2.2. Industry

7.2.2.1. 27.9%

7.2.3. Agriculture

7.2.3.1. 4.4%

7.3. 2nd largest in world

8. Traditions

8.1. Gardens

8.1.1. Japansese sport

8.1.2. Tsukiyama gardens

8.1.2.1. Ponds

8.1.2.2. Streams

8.1.2.3. Stones

8.1.2.4. Trees

8.1.2.5. Flowers

8.1.2.6. Bridges

8.1.2.7. Paths

8.1.3. Karesansui gardens

8.1.3.1. Natural landscacpe

8.1.3.1.1. Abstract

8.1.3.2. Stones

8.1.3.3. Gravel

8.1.3.4. Sand

8.1.3.5. Moss

8.1.3.5.1. Mountains

8.1.3.5.2. Islands

8.1.3.5.3. Boats

8.1.3.5.4. Seas

8.1.3.5.5. Rivers

8.1.4. Chaniwa gardens

8.1.4.1. Built for the tea ceremony

8.1.4.2. contains tea house

8.1.4.3. Stepping stones- lead to tea house

8.1.4.4. Stone lanterns

8.1.4.5. Stone basin

8.1.4.5.1. purify guests

8.2. Cherry blossoms

8.2.1. unofficial nattional flower

8.2.2. Blossom a couple of days in spring

8.3. Sumo wrestling

8.3.1. National sport

8.4. Autmn leaves

8.5. Traditional music

8.5.1. Shakuhachi

8.5.2. Nohgaku

8.5.3. Biwagaku

8.5.4. Gagaku

8.5.5. Shamisenongaku

8.6. Tea ceremony

8.6.1. Lean how to

8.6.1.1. Prepare

8.6.1.2. Drink

8.6.2. Have lessons

9. Work

9.1. Sumo Wrestling

9.1.1. contact sport

9.1.1.1. full-hardness

9.1.2. high wages

9.1.2.1. competitions

9.1.2.1.1. tornaments

9.1.3. Traditional

9.1.3.1. scrict

9.1.3.1.1. living

9.2. Food

9.2.1. Preparation

9.2.2. Restaurants

9.2.3. Shops

9.2.4. Stalls/Stands

10. Sports Cars

11. New node