Culture Studies in Japanese as a second language is still made by trial and error. The data seems to reflect that most classes are prepared and taught according to the instructor's own discretion. I surveyed the recognition to "Japanese Culture" by question-naire to search for some clues for modeling "Culture Studies". A survey was carried out and compiled using 24 questions based on the analysis of six Japanese textbooks. The examinees are native speakers of Japanese and Japanese language learners. The data was analyzed using factor analysis. The findings of the survey were that the factor-structure of recognition to "Japanese Culture" is different between native speakers of Japanese and Japanese language learners, whereas they also have a common view of the culture.