Statistics for Japan General Knowledge #3

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  • This quiz has been taken 10 times
  • The average score is 13 of 28

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
Name any of the original three starter Pokemon.Bulbasaur / Charmander / Squirtle
90%
Who are the native people of Hokkaido?Ainu
80%
Which city suffered a nuclear accident following an earthquake and tsunami in 2011?Fukushima
80%
Which traditional style of bedding, consisting of a mattress and a duvet, can be folded and stored away during the daytime?Futon
80%
Who is the creator of popular Studio Ghibli films such as "My Neighbor Totoro" and "Spirited Away"?Hayao Miyazaki
80%
The Ryukyu Islands are also known as what?Okinawa
80%
Meaning "divine wind", what saved Japan from Mongol invasion twice?Kamikaze
70%
What is the name for a Japanese hot spring?Onsen
70%
In 1995, the Aum Shinrikyo cult carried out an attack on the Tokyo subway using which type of poisonous gas?Sarin
70%
Which city in Aichi prefecture shares a name with a car manufacturer?Toyota
70%
Which Japanese region shares its name with the Japanese word for "China"?Chugoku
60%
What is the name of the former Japanese emperor who abdicated in 2019?Akihito
50%
What is the name of the third of the three unifiers of Japan?Tokugawa Ieyasu
50%
Which prefecture is the largest producer of peanuts in Japan?Chiba
40%
Which city was originally the target for the atomic bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki, spared because it was too cloudy over the city?Kokura
40%
Which type of cookie, made in Sapporo, has a name meaning "white lover"?Shiroi Koibito
40%
Which genre of art, famous for woodblock prints, has a name meaning "pictures of the floating world"?Ukiyo-e
40%
The Naruto Strait in Tokushima is famous for what?Whirlpools
40%
Who was responsible for the death of Oda Nobunaga?Akechi Mitsuhide
30%
Which novelist authored books such as "Norwegian Wood" and "Kafka on the Shore"?Haruki Murakami
30%
Which contemporary artist, who works primarily in sculpture and installation, is known for covering things in polka dots?Yayoi Kusama
30%
Who replaced Shinzo Abe after he stepped down as prime minister?Yoshihide Suga
30%
Which branch of Buddhism, popular in Japan, involves the practice of chanting the name of Amitabha Buddha with total concentration?Pure Land
20%
Which festival, celebrated the day before the first day of spring, involves throwing soybeans to chase out the oni (ogres)?Setsubun
20%
Which temple, located in Nara, is one of the largest wooden buildings in the world and houses a giant bronze Buddha statue?Todaiji
20%
Which stuffed toys, based on Disney characters, are designed to stack on top of each other?Tsum Tsum
20%
Which park in Saitama is famous for its shibazakura (moss pink) fields?Hitsujiyama
10%
Which Japanese band has songs such as "Oddloop" and "Kanashii Ureshii"?Frederic
0%

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