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Chapter 7 - Japan and the Koreas

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tsunamis
huge sea waves caused by undersea earthquakes
Shinto
major religion of Japan
sumo
Japanese form of wrestling
Pyongyang
capital city of North Korea
samurai
powerful land-owning warriors
Hiroshima
Japanese city destroyed by an American atomic bomb during World War II
intensive cultivation
the use of every available piece of land to grow crops
Seoul
South Korea's capital
Silla
kingdom of early Korea
Kabuki
historical plays in Japanese theater
Korean War
erupted after North Korea attacked South Korea
38th parallel
The line that divides North Korea and South Korea
Japan's two major religions
Shinto and Buddhism
fish
Japan imports more of this product than any other nation