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japan's natural features

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milo bennett

on 2 May 2013

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JAPAN'S NATURAL FEATURES Mount Fuji is 3,776 metres high and Japan's tallest mountain. Approximately 300,000 people take the four hour climb to get to the top every year. This Japanese natural feature is a very popular tourist attraction. Japans mountains and valleys provide some of the worlds most popular ski slopes. The most popular skiing place in Japan is probably in Niseko. The mountains in Niseko have slopes for beginners and advanced skiers that were created over thousands of years from tectonic activity. Japan is home home to very iconic rivers, waterfalls and lakes. The rivers and lakes are fed from the high mountains and the waterfalls are mainly found on steep mountain slopes. This map shows Japans height above sea level. As you can see there is a large mountain range running through Japan. It was formed by the fault line running through Japan. Shown in this map is the island region that forms the Okinawa archipelago which are some of the more well known small islands.

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Japan is actually made up of 6,852 individual islands. Internet Sources http://www.angelfire.com/gundam/japanese_empire/altjap/natura.htm http://www.trcb.com/travel/destinations/japan-where-incredible-natural-features-and-colorful-city-life-reside-29178.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan http://geography.about.com/od/japanmaps/tp/japan-islands.htm Primary Sources Junior World Encyclopeddia, Michael W. Dempsey Fuji Teppanyaki, Japanese Restaurant
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