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  1. JAPAN By: Spencer Baylor 5-13-14

  2. Major cities • population • Flag 127,220,000 • Tokyo • Kobe • Yokohama • Osaka • Nagoya • Sapporo • Kyoto • Fukuoka • Kawasaki • Saitama • Hiroshima • Sendai • Kitakyushu • Chiba • Saki Modern japan was officially founded in 1858. The red stands for the sun. The capital is Tokyo . They speak Japanese. People began living in japan in 3500 BC.

  3. Cuisine Vegetation • Sushi • Steamed white rice • Tsukemono (pickles) • Miso soup

  4. bodies map neighboring of countries water • Pacific ocean • Sea of japan China Korea Russia

  5. Climate landmarks • Golden pavilion • Mount Fuji • Tokyo imperial palace • Tokyo tower • Todaiji temple • Great buddha of kamakura • Himeji castle • Kiyomizu-dera • Jigokudani Monkey Park • Hiroshima Peace Memorial

  6. Natural resources Animals • UssuriBrown Bear • Sable • Sea Otter • Japanese Hare • Daubenton's bat • Japanese Serow • Panda • Asian Particolored Bat • Flying squirrels • Bears • Monkeys • Wild boar • Fireflies • Giant salamanders • Iriomote wildcat • Amamihare

  7. THE MONEY DOLLARS COINS

  8. Plants In southern Japan are many broad-leaved evergreens, such as chinquapins and evergreen oaks. As one moves north, beeches and nonevergreen oaks become common. Forests in Hokkaido in the northern part of the country often consist of conifers like the Yeddo spruce and Sakhalin fir. Because there are four distinct seasons in Japan, different types of flowers bloom during the year. Plum blossoms appear in early spring, cherry blossoms in mid-spring, hydrangeas during the rainy season in early summer, morning glories during mid-summer, and chrysanthemums in the fall.

  9. References • http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/explore/nature/q4.html • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan • http://www.env.go.jp/en/aboutus/pamph/html/00pan240.html • http://www.macmillanmh.com/tlxnews/2011/04/japans-limited-resources/