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What is the difference between India and Japan?

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K. Shadrach

K. Shadrach

K. Shadrach
K. Shadrach

Answered Jun 24, 2020

Though India and Japan might have some similarities between them even as pertaining to the continent they are, there exist some differences between them. Foremost, India is located in the southern part of the Asia continent, and it is officially referred to as the Republic of India. On the other hand, the highland country Japan is situated in the eastern part of the Asia continent, and it is officially referred to as Nippon.

Though India and Japan might have some similarities between them even as pertaining to the
India is known to be divided into states, whereas Japan makes its divisions into prefectures. When considering the landmass likewise, India is far bigger than Japan. In terms of the population also, the people that dwell in India are still far more than those in Japan. India is considered to be part of a larger subcontinent, while Japan happens to be an archipelago. There are several tribes or races in India, whereas Japan is made up of only one tribe or race. When it comes to technology, economy, and industrialization, Japan has really gone ahead of India.

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F. Hope

F. Hope

F. Hope
F. Hope

Answered Jun 23, 2020

Japan is an archipelago, while India is divided into numerous states, and It is part of a larger subcontinent. Japan is an island country that resides in East Asia. The country of Japan is primarily populated by one race, which is, of course, the Japanese. On the other hand, many different races live in India. There is a plethora of different religions in this country. India had been under foreign rule for quite some time.

Japan is an archipelago, while India is divided into numerous states, and It is part of a larger
On the other hand, Japan does not have a history of foreign attacks. Many different cultures have shaped Indian culture. That being said, Japan is more economically stable and more industrialized compared to India. It has also been noted that Japanese people are more hard-working than Indians. Both the Indians and the Japanese are very family oriented.

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