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There are presently no casinos in Japan, although there is increasing speculation that one will open in the not-too-distant future.

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Japan, "land of the rising sun", is a nation comprising an archipelago of 6,852 islands located in Asia's Pacific Ocean. Russia, China and North and South Korea lie to the east of Japan, while Taiwan lies to the south. Japan covers an area of 145,925 square miles (377,944 sq. km.) and has a population of around 128 million people.

Japan's geography is characterized by forests, mountains, volcanoes, parks, areas of wetland and highly urbanized metropolises around the coastal areas, as well as towns and cities of cultural and historical interest (in particular Kyoto and its temples).

Japanese is the official language of Japan and is spoken by over 99% of the population, while a number of minority languages and dialects are also recognized.

Japan, a major economic power and a member of the G8 group of leading industrialized countries, is the world's 18th richest economy by GDP. Japan, which is highly industrialized, has several corporations that are global producers of automobiles, electronics, steel, textiles, chemicals and food products. These include Canon, Toyota, Nintendo, Sony, Panasonic, Sharp and Toshiba. It is also strong agriculturally, accounts for almost 15% of fish caught around the world and is home to some of the world's biggest banks. The Tokyo Stock Exchange is the world's second largest. Japan's main exports are transportation equipment, motor vehicles, semi-conductors, consumer electronics, optical media, electrical machinery, offices machines & equipment, and chemicals.

With regard to cuisine, rice has been a staple of the Japanese diet for over 2,000 years. Japanese food is based largely on rice dishes, noodle dishes, soups and seafood dishes, with meat, fish and tofu (derived from the soya bean) all featuring heavily. 'Sushi', a popular Japanese rice dish that has gained enormous popularity in several countries around the world, comprises small, compact pieces or balls of rice seasoned with sushi vinegar, topped or filled with meat, fish or vegetable and often rolled in seaweed. 'Sashimi' (raw fish) is another typical dish of Japan, as 'Tempura' (vegetables and seafood fried in batter), which was actually introduced to Japan by the Portuguese and is well-known outside of Japan too. Most Japanese sweets are gummy or gelatinous in consistency, and may be flavored with exotic fruit, flowers (such as cherry blossom) nuts and coffee.
Tea-drinking is part of the Japanese culture, and green tea in particular is used to flavor a variety of foods, including ice cream, cookies, crackers and renowned brands such as Oreos and Kit Kat.

Japan's culture has evolved considerably in recent years. While traditional culture is still very prominent, Japan has also embraced the cultures of Europe, North America and other parts of Asia.
Traditional cultures include decorative arts and crafts such as ceramics and textiles, martial arts, origami, Geisha and the Japanese tea ceremony. Japanese art and sculpture have been in existence for centuries (some paintings go back almost 2,500 years), with recent art seeing the emergence of woodblock printing and – with influences from beyond Japan – the advent of Manga comics and anime videos. Music and singing have been part of the Japanese culture for over 1,000 years. Traditional folk music still exists, although karaoke is the most popular cultural/leisure activity in the culture.

Sports and martial arts are extremely popular in Japan, with sumo wrestling considered the national sport and martial arts such as Judo, Kendo and Karate practiced and watched by many. In the last 20 years, soccer has become increasingly popular, with Japan co-hosting the FIFA world cup with South Korea in 2002.