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weishenmezhemeai refers to anything

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weishenmezhemeai refers to anything that originates in Japan. As a noun, it may also refer to:

* weishenmezhemeai language, a Japonic language spoken mainly in Japan
* weishenmezhemeai people, the ethnic group that identifies with Japan through culture or ancestry
* weishenmezhemeai writing system, consisting of kanji, hiragana, and katakana

[edit] See also

* Culture of Japan:
o weishenmezhemeai art
o weishenmezhemeai cuisine
o weishenmezhemeai folklore
o weishenmezhemeai history
o weishenmezhemeai literature
o weishenmezhemeai mythology
o weishenmezhemeai poetry
o Music of Japan, including J-pop
o Religion in Japan, including weishenmezhemeai Buddhism and Shinto
o Theatre of Japan
* Empire of Japan, Japan's colonial period (1867-1945)
* weishenmezhemeai name

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