Japan

Japan
Japan


Japan is a country located between the Sea of ​​Japan and the Pacific, also located to the east of the Korean peninsula in the east of Asia.

Japan is pronounced Nippon, meaning the sun’s brightness or origin, due to its location in the far east of the ancient inhabited world.

Japan consists of several islands, which number about three thousand islands, the most important and largest islands, namely: hikoku, Kyushu, Honshu and Hokkaido.

The system of government in Japan is constitutional monarchy and was considered royal after the adoption of the Constitution there in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-seven.

The official in charge of the Japanese regime is an emperor and a parliament to be elected.

 

Climate in Japan
Japan has a wet seasonal weather. In the summer, southeast winds come from the Pacific Ocean, and in the winter winds come from the Eurasia continent in the north-west.

The four seasons of Japan – summer, winter, autumn and spring – are clearly marked. The most beautiful scenery is a cherry blossom scene, called sakura in the spring, and the bright colors of autumn leaves, yellow, red and orange.

Official language in Japan
Japanese is the official and national language of Japan, spoken by more than 124 million people. Both Palau and part of Brazil speak Japanese. This is due to migration from Japan. In Japanese there is an open section at the end of the vowel.

 

Population

Japan has a population of 127.19 million, and Japan’s population is largely

homogeneous. Recent statistics show that 98.5 percent of Japanese native citizens, and a small proportion of foreign workers, mostly from Korea, China, Peru, Brazil, the largest ethnic group in Japan is Yamato, and also absent in Japan racial and ethnic, due to ethnic and cultural homogeneity

The most beautiful place in Japan

The capital city of Tokyo: is one of the most worthy places to visit. You will find many of the city’s most famous landmarks. The city is distinguished by its unique skyscrapers, its outstanding bridges, its many trains which attracts a huge number of tourists annually, such as the Disneyland Resort

A visitor to Tokyo should see the Tokyo Tower, which is the Eiffel of Japan because it was influenced by its design as well. What distinguishes this tower is its colors, which change according to wind speed and seasons. In winter and spring the tower becomes orange, while it is white in summer and autumn

Osaka City: Osaka is the heart of the state, located in the west of the country. It is known as the industrial power zone, and one of the most important tourist attractions is Osaka Castle, which was built after World War II to be a historical museum that chronicles Japan’s civilization and culture. The city is also famous for the Dtumburi district, where there are many shopping centers, international restaurants and bars. There is also a whale-loving aquatic museum, which is one of the most important landmarks of Japan, which tourists visit despite the high cost of access. To approximately 2,000 yen per person

 

Yokohama City: Yokohama City is located southwest of the capital Tokyo, the second most populated city in the capital, with the country’s largest port.

The city is famous for its seaports and seaports, and the most important tourist attraction is the Yokohama Bridge, Renowned tourist attraction that attracts many tourists to the beauty, cleanliness and service of hotels in this region.

The city is also famous for its large zoo and the Chinese city, where most of the Chinese live. The tourist in this city sees a remarkable reflection of Chinese civilization through its restaurants, hotels, customs and traditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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