American and Japan have several different cultures. First of all, Japanese and Americans have differed perspective in a term of religion. Most of Japanese are Shinto and Buddhism. Two of these religions are the prominent religion in this country. Unlike Japanese, the majority of Americans are Christian mostly within Protestant and Catholic denominations. Then, Japanese and Americans also have different kind of food. Japanese usually add rice as the ingredients of their food. Japanese also have some popular food like sushi, sashimi, some types of seafood and noodles. On the other hand, Americans like to add potato and bread as ingredients in their food. Americans have their own style in breakfast; they commonly have pancakes, maple syrup, sausage links, bacon strips, and fried eggs as their breakfast. Americans also famous with their fast-food such as, submarine sandwich, chicken fried steak, hot-dog and hamburger. Finally, Japanese and Americans definitely have different way in greeting. Japanese mostly use non-verbal greeting, they commonly bow and smile to greet someone in formal or non-formal situation. In contrast, Americans mostly use verbal greeting like say “Hi!” or “How are you?” to greet someone. So, there are different significant cultures between Japanese and Americans especially in religion perspective, food and the way of greeting.