someone already said stuffing your face doesn't count has already been said>unique festivals and ritual and sports
already defined that festivals and sports don't count
a young country is not the same sentence as "no culture", you disliking canadian things is fine.
a culture is developed by the influence of all historical and interactive forces - english, french, native, american initially then gradually waves of other immigrants came over time. Gaining territory adds a new culture under the banner of canada - newfoundland is unique from the rest of canada, but still under its banner. similar to ryukyu islands for japan.
outside cultural force of catholic missionaries led to japanese making tempura
or how karate started in okinawa -a different ethnic group from japanese - fine japan conquered the islands so it is under the japanese flag. it also developed from chinese martial arts. is karate no longer japanese culture now?
akido developed in 1920s
judo created in 1882
ice hockey first official game 1875
im sure there are japanese sports that are older than that - but the point is akido, judo, and karate are still japanese culture. but you said hockey doesn't count for canadian culture.
i would say baseball, soccer, and volleyball are part of japanese culture - you disagree because they are not exclusive to japan? they are very popular.