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Mutant seedless mandarin orange native to Japan
White foodstuff produced by coagulating soybean milk
Large ocean wave caused by an earthquake or volcanic eruption
Wealthy business magnate
Proprietary video cassette format released by Sony in the 1970s, later superseded by VHS
Japanese system of unarmed self-defense which focuses on striking sensitive areas with the fists and feet
Logic puzzle that involves filling a 9x9 grid with the numbers 1-9 under certain rules
Traditional long-sleeved Japanese robe, often ornately decorated
Japanese pilot trained for suicide attacks during World War II
Stylized Japanese comic books and graphic novels
Fictional giant monster that first appeared in an eponymous 1954 film
Japanese bullet train
Exceptionally fast-growing climbing vine, now considered a pest weed in the West
Member of a feudal Japanese warrior caste
Traditional female Japanese entertainer trained in classical music, dance, etc.
Japanese art of paper folding
Throwing star or blade used especially in ninjutsu
A leader or chief, as in the military
Musical entertainment involving singing along to popular songs
A two-wheeled cart powered by a bicycle or runner
Dish of vinegared rice topped with raw fish or other seafood
School of Mahāyāna Buddhism particularly prevalent in Japan
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