of the country’s land, to the very well known capital of Tokyo, the physical geography truly dictates the human geography of this country. The most well known mountain in Japan is Mount Fuji standing at 12,389 feet near the Pacific coast of central Honshu, just west of Tokyo. Approximately 300,000 people climb Mount Fuji every year. The most-popular period for people to hike up Mount Fuji is from July to August, while huts and other facilities are operating (Mount Fuji - Wikipedia). Mount Fuji is the
) Land Japan is made up of four islands: Hokkaido, Kyushu, Honshu, and Shikoku. The Entire country is smaller than the state of Montana.
It is 83517 square kilometres in area, a little smaller than Ireland. Its climate is quite different from that of Honshu, with colder temperatures, lower rainfall, no rainy season, few typhoons, and a much shorter growing season of only 120 to 140 days a year. Hokkaido was outside the rice-growing area in premodern Japan, but modern cold-resistant strains will grow
erupted for a while, there is still much seismic activity happening beneath the surface. Because of this, many people believe that the mountain will blow at any time. This possible eruption would be greatly devastating, $31 billion in damage, to the Honshu Island region in Japan (Blackstone). While Mt. Fuji is a work of art, it also has the potential to cause a large amount of destruction. Constant surveillance of the mountain is vital to ensure the safety of any individual in the vicinity. To understand
In a language, there are usually variants that emerge from it—variants such as dialects or different colloquial phrases. This usually happens when the language is split across different parts of the country or world. Different living situations call for different phrases or different ways of expressing that idea. In Japanese, these different dialects are known as hougen. There are several different Japanese hougen comprising that of the Tokyo area, the Tohoku region, the Kansai region, and even
each new emperor, Naniwa was once Japan's capital city, the first one ever known. Osaka is a designated city in the Kansai region of Japan. With 2.665 million population Osaka is a large port city and commercial center on the Japanese island of Honshu, is known for its modern architecture, boisterous nightlife and hearty street food. From sushi and sashimi to kaiseki ryori, the focus is on freshness and lightness. "8 GREATEST AQUARIUMS AROUND OSAKA"
David Gentle Gentle1 Mrs. Bonner Geography Class: Japan Paper 14 December, 2014 Japan Just like any other country, there are many things to know about it including: the location and topography, climate, government, industrial and agricultural, religion, typical food and shelter, and also their education. Although there are many more, those are the main and more obvious things to know. Japan is a very small country to the east of Asia. It’s coordinates are about 36 N and 140
After implementing the FMP, planting and cutting were greatly dropped. Figure 5 shows cutting volume. Harvesting fuelwood in the coppice forest already stopped in 1960’s. Coppice forest is mainly composed of some kinds of oaks, and is regenerated with fresh shoots from the stumps of trees after harvesting fuelwood is done. And both coniferous and broad leafed timber declined around 1990. Planting area followed almost the same trends. After 1995 statistics of harvest volume are not available. The
in 2014 I had done a lot of fundraising in the past year such as selling about 50 spam musubis a day plus cookies and brownies and even selling bentos and doughnuts ands finally trail mix bars during school. even outside of school I did fundraising from car washes to even mowing yards. eventually I made enough money with the help of all my family to get to go on the trip. I even made more money so I could relinquish it so I can buy gifts and such things like food. I'm not infallible at Japanese because
assigness in the day to day management of the transplants, and the country of origin of the transplants general manager. Japanese-Dominant Transplant. Due to the large investment made by the parent company into this transplant, it is not surprise that Honshu manufacturing holds a very strong Japanese managerial presence. Upon start of production, the transplant had seventy-one Japanese assignees. Four years down the track, this number dropped to thirty-one, this by no means meant a weaker Japanese managerial