[Pharmaceutical Sciences] - Events in Japan [1950 - 1959]

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Year Events
1950
Japan Broadcasting Corp. (NHK) started the regular experimental TV broadcasting.
1951
Japan Broadcasting Corp. (NHK) started the regular experimental TV broadcasting.
1951
The Japan-U.S. Security Treaty and the San Francisco Peace Treaty were signed.
1951
Movie "Rashomon" directed by Akira Kurosawa received the Grand Prix at the Venice Film Festival.
1952
The San Francisco Peace Treaty became law and the administration by GHQ ended.
1953
NHK started regular TV broadcasting.
1953
Japan's first supermarket opened.
1954
The Daigo Fukuryumaru (5th Lucky Dragon) was exposed to radioactive fallout from the H-bomb test conducted by USA.
1954
Self-Defence Forces were inaugurated.
1954
Movie "Seven Samurai" directed by Akira Kurosawa was released.
1954
Watching the matches of professional wrestler Rikidozan on street TVs installed at public places such as station, restaurant, etc. became popular.
1954
People begun to call electric washing machine, refrigerator and vacuum cleaner as "three holy durables".
1955
The Socialist Party of Japan was unified.
1955
The Liberal Democratic Party was formed.
1955
Transistor radio came to market.
1955
Helen Keller visited Japan.
1956
Diplomatic relations with USSR were restored.
1956
Japan joined the United Nations.
1956
Phrase "It is no longer postwar" became fashionable.
1956
Actor Yujiro Ishihara made his film debut with "Season of the Sun".
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