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A fun page for expats in Japan. How much of it applies to you?

https://www.wa-pedia.com/gaijin/you_have_been_in_japan_too_long_when.shtml

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Join the Japan Regional DNA project, a partnership between Living DNA and Wa-pedia to map the regional genetic variations within the Japanese population.

https://www.wa-pedia.com/history/regional_dna_project_japan.shtml

#Japan #Japanese #DNA #history #genetics

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Join the Japan Regional DNA project, a partnership between Living DNA and Eupedia to map the regional genetic variations within the Japanese population.

https://www.wa-pedia.com/history/regional_dna_project_japan.shtml

#Japan #Japanese #DNA #history #genetics

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I have added Y-chromosomal haplogroup frequencies for regions of Japan and neighbouring countries. It looks like the Japanese do not descend solely from the Paleolithic Jomon and the Iron Age Yayoi people, but also from a third population, which I have identified as being Neolithic farmers from China based on genetic and archaeological evidence. You can read more about it here:

http://www.wa-pedia.com/history/origins_japanese_people.shtml

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I have added Y-chromosomal haplogroup frequencies for regions of Japan and neighbouring countries. It looks like the Japanese do not descend solely from the Paleolithic Jomon and the Iron Age Yayoi people, but also from a third population, which I have identified as being Neolithic farmers from China based on genetic and archaeological evidence. You can read more about it here:

http://www.wa-pedia.com/history/origins_japanese_people.shtml

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I have added Y-chromosomal haplogroup frequencies for regions of Japan and neighbouring countries. It looks like the Japanese do not descend solely from the Paleolithic Jomon and the Iron Age Yayoi people, but also from a third population, which I have identified as being Neolithic farmers from China based on genetic and archaeological evidence. You can read more about it here:

http://www.wa-pedia.com/history/origins_japanese_people.shtml

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Where do the Japanese come from? Get an answer with this genetic history of the Japanese people.

http://www.wa-pedia.com/history/origins_japanese_people.shtml

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