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6. Godzilla is an official citizen of Japan. According to his birth certificate, Godzilla was born in 1954 – making him a Baby Boomer.

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7. In Japan, there’s a museum of rocks that look like faces. The museum is two hours from Tokyo and houses more than 1,700 rocks that resemble human faces.

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8. Japan’s Meguro Parasitological Museum is the world’s only museum dedicated to parasites, hosting a collection of more than 60,000 specimens.

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9. Feudal Japanese lords purposely built homes with squeaky floors as a defensive measure against ninjas. There are also special floors called ‘nightingale floors’ that make a chirping noise when stepped on. These were commonly used in temples.

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10. People in Japan don’t have signatures, they use a special stamp called Hanko, and every person in Japan has one.

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