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Question 1: [14] This issue was highlighted in February 2001, when ________ and two co-plaintiffs, sued Yunohana Onsen in Otaru, Hokkaido, for openly refusing service to customers because of their race.
Debito ArudouJapanHokkaidōSapporo

Question 2: ________, which can also spread through hot springs, according to the U.S.
Balamuthia mandrillarisSappinia diploideaAmoebozoaAcanthamoeba

Question 3: Traditionally, men and women bathed together at the onsen and sentō but single-sex bathing has become legalized as the norm since the opening of Japan to the West during the ________.
Shōwa periodMeiji periodTaishō periodImperial Japanese Navy

Question 4: Sometimes the simpler ________ character ゆ (yu) is used, to be understandable to younger children.
GojūonKanaMan'yōganaHiragana

Question 5: ________ bacteria, which have been documented to spread through hot springs.
Legionella longbeachaeLegionellaLegionellosisLegionella pneumophila

Question 6: The original reason for this ban was to keep out ________, or members of other organized criminal gangs."[3]
Yamaguchi-gumiYakuzaToa-kaiJapan

Question 7: As a ________ active country, Japan has thousands of onsen scattered along its length and breadth.
LavaEarthVolcanoCaldera

Question 8: The towel can also provide a modicum of ________ when walking between the washing area and the baths.
NudityChristian naturismIndecent exposureModesty

Question 9: The presence of an onsen is often indicated on signs and maps by the symbol ♨ or the ________, (yu, meaning "hot water").
Radical 102Radical 51KanjiRadical 213

Question 10: The ________ amoeba, which lives in warm waters and soils worldwide and can cause meningitis.
Dientamoeba fragilisNaegleria fowleriTrichomonas vaginalisPrimary amoebic meningoencephalitis
















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