Supposedly being a high-context culture, do modern Japanese text genres also sport a higher prevalence of ellipsis?

Do Japanese texts, by and large, sport more kinds of high-context manifestations in the grammar they represent, or a higher prevalence of high-context, at the sentence or word level, than what many other languages do?


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