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  1. In the three decades of economic development following 1960, rapid economic growth referred to as the Japanese post-war economic miracle occurred. By the guidance of Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, with average growth rates of 10% in the 1960s, 5% in the 1970s, and 4% in the 1980s, Japan was able to establish and maintain itself as the world's second-largest economy from 1978 until ...

  2. El vuelo 123 de Japan Airlines (JAL 123/JL 123) fue un vuelo comercial entre el Aeropuerto Internacional de Haneda, en Tokio, y el aeropuerto Internacional de Osaka, en Itami Hyogo. El 12 de agosto de 1985 el Boeing 747SR que cubría esa ruta, registrado como JA8119, colisionó 44 minutos después del despegue en lo alto del monte Takamagahara a 100 km de Tokio, debido a una descompresión . [ 1 ]

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Japan_(band)Japan (band) - Wikipedia

    Japan's last performance was on 16 December 1982 in Nagoya, Japan. The band decided to split just as they were beginning to achieve major commercial success both in the UK and internationally, with Oil on Canvas becoming their highest charting UK album, reaching No. 5 on the UK Albums Chart, a rare feat for a live album.

  4. The Japan of today is not the Japan of the past, but, as its Constitution indicates, is a peace-loving nation." [6] 1957: Prime Minister Kishi Nobusuke said to the people of Australia: "It is my official duty, and my personal desire, to express to you and through you to the people of Australia, our heartfelt sorrow for what occurred in the war."

  5. Japan unveiled the 84-meter long, 2,950-ton Taigei-class submarine on 4 October 2018. Japan's first submarine powered by lithium-ion batteries, it was developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force used it for the first time in March 2020.

  6. Big in Japan is an expression that can be used to describe Western (especially North American or European) musical groups who achieve success in Japan but not necessarily in other parts of the world. However, the expression is commonly used ironically to mean successful in a limited, potentially comical, oddly specific, or possibly unverifiable way.

  7. Name Date Remarks Ref. New Year's Day (元日, Ganjitsu): January 1 This national holiday was established in 1948, as a day to celebrate the new year. New Year's Day marks the beginning of Japan's most important holiday season, the New Year season (正月, Shōgatsu), which generally refers to the first one, three or seven days of the year.