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Stepping onto foreign soil. Japan. Tokyo. Capital of Japan Over 2,000 sq Kilos to explore Manly English is spoken. All roads, rails, shipping lanes and planes lead to Tokyo. There is so much to do and see in Tokyo. Shopping Eating 3. Theme Parks. Mt Fuji. Tallest Mt Active Volcano

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Tokyo
Tokyo

  • Capital of Japan

  • Over 2,000 sq Kilos

  • to explore

  • Manly English is spoken

  • All roads, rails, shipping lanes and planes lead to Tokyo.

  • There is so much to do and see in Tokyo.

  • Shopping

  • Eating

  • 3. Theme Parks


Mt fuji
Mt Fuji

  • Tallest Mt

  • Active Volcano

  • Used in a lot of Japanese art

  • Activities

  • Climbing

  • Tourism


Lake biwa
Lake Biwa

  • about 670 km²

  • One of the oldest lakes

  • Home to many beaches


Cuisine
Cuisine

Botamochi

a springtime treat made with sweet rice and sweet azuki (red bean) paste

Sekihan

It is sticky rice steamed with adzuki beans, which give a reddish color to the rice

  • Also a lot of:

  • Fish

  • Rice

  • Fruits

  • noodles


Museums
Museums

  • Bunkamura

  • Bunkamura is the first and largest multi-media, cross-cultural complex of its kind in Japan.

  • They have:

  • Orchard Hall

  • Theatre Cocoon

  • Le Cinema

  • The Museum

  • Gallery

  • Restaurants & Shops


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Museums

  • Kyoto National Museum

  • In Kyoto- early capital of Japan

  • The start of the artistic expressions often defined as “Japanese”


Gardens
Gardens

Isuien Garden

  • located in Nara

  • Has been preserved since its creation in the Meiji Era (1670)

  • It’s the only walking park in Nana.


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Gardens

Kobe Municipal Arboretum

  • Also known as the

  • “Kobe City Forest

  • Botanical Garden”

  • located near Mount Maya


Reasons for you to visit
Reasons for you to visit

  • Trying new foods

  • Hearing and maybe learning a different language

  • Seeing art from a whole new world

  • Seeing sites that break world records

  • Being able to experience what its like to step onto foreign soil


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