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Exquisite, can be seen from the details of life
When we think of Japan
There is always a kind of nobility that cannot be explained

   Japan’s cultural economy has become a large and highly complex field of economic activity, with many international links. What is more, Japanese inventions such as electronic games, manga books, hair fashion styles and even sushi have become “export items” and are being used, adopted and replicated in many countries around the world. Indeed, Japan’s cultural economy ranks among the largest in the world, and is becoming increasingly globalized.

   In an ideal world, therefore, one would expect each society to be able to elaborate goods and services that express its own cultural visions and aspirations and be able to see them compete fairly in domestic, regional and global markets. But this is far from being the case as production, distribution and trade flows are dominated by the United States, Europe, and Asian countries like Japan.