Yakuza: Like a Dragon – Trivia King Tier 1-2-Special and Answers

This guide will help you on “Trivia King Tier 1-2-Special and Answers” in Yakuza: Like a Dragon.

Trivia King Tier 1 Exam

Q) What was the basis for measuring one pound?
A) The weight of flour consumed by one person per day

Q) Who was the ancient Greek philosopher who was a disciple of Socrates and also posited the Theory of Forms?
A) Plato

Q) Mt. Everest, also known as Sagarmatha or Chomolungma, is known to be the tallest mountain when measured from the surface of the sea. Which island has the tallest mountains when measured from the seabed?
A) Hawaii

Q) There are six types of chess pieces, each with their own unique abilities: king, queen, rook, bishop, knight, and pawn. Which of these can turn into any of the other pieces, save for the king?
A) Pawn

Q) What is the height of the Royal Gorge Bridge, one of America’s most popular bungee jumping spots?
A) 321 meters

Q) The Kuroshio current is a major ocean current that flows northward along the west coast of Japan. What is the name of the southward current that collides with the Kuroshio current and thenceforth flows to North America?
A) Oyashio

Q) Chess is played by strategically moving pieces around on a checkered board. How many squares make up a chess board?
A) 64

Q) The Earth’s surface is made up of many layers called tectonic plates that adjacently overlap one another. Which one of these four plates does the Japanese archipelago rest on?
A) Eurasian plate

Q) The Grimm brothers, a pair of German writers, are known for their Grimm’s Fairy Tales, a collection of fairy tales familiar to many to this day, even in Japan. Which of the following is not a part of this collection?
A) The Little Mermaid

Q) One unit of measurement is the foot, named after the body part. Asia also uses a unit of measurement associated with feet called the shaku. In Japan, how many centimeters is one shaku comprised of?
A) 30.303 cm

Trivia King Tier 2 Exam

Q) Who was the Norwegian artist who painted the famous The Scream in 1893?
A) Edvard Munch

Q) Our solar system is composed of many planets, Earth included, that revolve around the sun. Which of the following is the planet that is closest to the sun?
A) Mercury

Q) In the modern age, UTC is the standard time common around the glove. What is the name of the observatory in England which acts as the base for the GMT time zone and adjusts UTC?
A) Greenwich Observatory

Q) Karaoke is a popular leisure activity in Japan. What is the origin of the term ‘karaoke?’
A) An empty orchestra with no performers

Q) How many cards are in a deck of playing cards after taking out the jokers and any spare cards?
A) 52

Q) What is the name given to the top dancer of a classic ballet group?
A) Principal

Q) Which of the following is the field of study that focuses on the principles of electrons, atoms, molecules, and other micro particles, most notably when it comes to space research?
A) Quantum physics

Q) What is the common name for when a hand in poker contains five cards of the same suit?
A) Flush

Q) Which of the following games became a big hit in 1970s Japan and involves techniques like the Backhand Slip Grip Special, Everest, Moon Landing, and the Lighthouse Somersault?
A) Kendama

Q) What is the name of the layer between the Earth’s core and its surface crust?
A) Mantle

Trivia King Special Tier Exam

Q) Mt. Everest, also known as Sagarmatha or Chomolungma, is known to be the tallest mountain on Earth. What is the second tallest?
A) K2

Q) In Japan there is a law that limits how many coins may be used in one payment. According to this law, how many one yen coins can be used in one transaction?
A) 20

Q) What two parts compose the Ounabara Vocational School crest?
A) The ocean and pen

Q) What is the name of the first-magnitude star that is part of the Lyra constellation and is also known as the Weaver Girl during Japan’s Star Festival and China’s Qixi Festival?
A) Vega

Q) Which of the following is a certificate that can be obtained at Ounabara Vocational School?
A) Music Proficiency Tier 2

Q) What is the name of the ancient Indian board game that is said to be the origin of the modern shogi or chess?
A) Chaturanga

Q) What is the alternative name for the second-magnitude star commonly referred to in the 21st century as the North Star?
A) Polaris

Q) In the Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, a Japanese folktale, the beautiful Princess Kaguya is born from a stalk of bamboo. Which of the following is not a gift brought by the princes to ask for her hand in marriage?
A) A phoenix feather

Q) In Japan, coins and bills are manufactured by two separate entities. Coins are manufactured by the Mint Bureau, but which of the following manufactures bills?
A) The National Printing Bureau

Q) What is the name of what is considered the oldest board game in the world, still played today by various rule sets such as the Kalah or Oware?
A) Mancala


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