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ABOUT ME

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Erina Kishi

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About Japan
These pictures are manholes in Japan.
Many pretty manholes are in my country.
Each manhole has a meaning and representing the area where manholes are put.
ABOUT ME
Japan is an island nation in East Asia.
Population is almost 130 million peoples.
We speak only Japanese in Japan.
We have 4 seasons.
Erina Kishi
Our washroom has a lot of buttons.
Washrooms in Japan
Manholes in Japan
Interesting Facts About Japan
What I want to try in Canada
We don't have ice cream car in Japan so I want to try it. It's because in japan walk and eat at the same time is not good manner.
Interesting facts of Toronto
Toronto is Canada’s largest city with a population now of almost 5.6 million.

Half of Toronto's population was born outside of Canada in 1996.

About 25% of films produced in Hollywood are actually filmed in Toronto.
Thank you for listening !!!
Tourist attraction
This building is in Kyoto.
It was built in 1397 by Yoshimitsu Ashikaga.
This temple is called Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion).
It cost about 7 million dollar.
Top two floors are completely covered in gold leaf.
Bidet button
Adjusts the strength of the water
Deodorize
Dries water
Cleans the washroom automatically
Warms up the toilet seat in winter
Shut down
These functions are all in the one washroom.
My name is Erina Kishi and I'm 17 years old.
I'm from Japan.
I'm good at tennis and I got the first prize in my district when I was middle school.
I have trouble waking up in the morning. Especially I hate Monday mornings.
My English skill level is still poor but I love to talk with other country people and I want to know you more so please talk to me !!!
These are letters in Japan.
This  means Canada in our letter.
Japan suffers 1,500 earthquakes every year.

Square watermelons are grown by Japanese farmers for easier stack and store.

In Japan there are more pets then children.

In Japan, 90% of mobile phones are waterproof because youngsters use them even in the shower.
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