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On an Average Day in Japan
Tom Heymann (au). The economic might of Japan has made it one of the most powerful players on the world stage -- and has put it in direct competition with the U.S. But who are the Japanese? How do their lives compare to ours? What is the secret to their success? Itís all here, including how Americans compare to their Japanese counterparts. From rice to robots, from sushi to semiconductors, this book shows you the changing face of our most challenging competitor & the changing shape of the world. Learn what most foreigners never see: how the average Japanese citizen spends the day at home, school, on the job, & in the marketplace.
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