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Transcript of GRACE
BY GRACE TAUFA
REIGONS OF MAP
FLORA AND FAUNA
INDUSTRIES AND TRADES
CLOTHIND AND HOUSING
FOOD AND CULTURE
LANGUAGE AND NUMBERS
SCHOOLING AND EDUCATION
Regions OF JAPAN
Japan has four main islands and is also known as the rising sun , it is divided into 8 reigons like Hokkaido ,Honshu,Kyoshu,Hiroshima,Shikoku,Kanto,Kinki and Kasai.
CLIMATE AND WEATHER
The climate and weather in Japan is 46-25 degrees of north lattitude.
Japan has 4 seasons Spring [haru]
Summer[natsu] Autumn [aki]
Winter[huyu] and they all have special events happening in each of those months
These are some of the events that happan in all 4 seasons.Autumn Takayama Matsuri theevents in Spring Hanami , Shiretoko nature cruise,Takayama Matsuri.
There are no events Summer, Winter.
Here is a map of Japan
Some of the flora that is in Japan is very popular like the Ume, Matsu, Take, Momiji, Sakura. They have in Japan at least 529 species of plants.
The Momiji is a japanese maple tree.The Japanese maple is the king of spectacular autumn colors. It is widely used as a decorative tree in gardens.The Sakura is beautiful cherry blossoms that bloom in Spring.Ume is a Japanese plum and they are the early sign of spring.
In Japan there are many famous landmarks like the Hiroshima peace park, Mt Fuji
Golden Pavilion and the Statue of Sadako which reminds Hiroshima of the Atomic[nuclear] Bomb that hit the whole of Hiroshima.
Now to the Golden pavilion as you can tell it has gold.
the Golden Pavilion is made out of solid gold bricks through out the front Pavilion.
Mt Fuji, is a dormant volcanoe which hasn't erupted ever since 1707 which is a long time ago
In Japan all animal species are far less varied than plant species in Japan that are found no where else in the world.
This animal in Japan is called the Red faced monkey.The Red faced monkey has a scientific name called the Macaque.
It is Dimorphic means occurrence in an animal or plant species of two distinct types of individual animals or plants.
In Japan the have a lot of industries and they include: Panasonic,Toshiba,
Nintendo,Sony i have a lot of electronics that include these brands.
also in Japan the have a lot of food stuffs that are usually in my home like Soy Sauce,dried Seaweed and many more.
In Japan we trade they trade we trade them with raw materials like wood,oil,
foodstuffs and much more.
As they trade us electronic goods, foodstuffs sometimes clothing. Japan also has tradie partners like South Korea,USA,Australia,Hong Kong and many more other countries.
In Japan they have a traditional dress called the Kimono which is usually worn on special occasions like the Go-San festival,celebrations,
New years,and Graduations.Nower days people in Japan people wear jeans,cargo shorts, t-shirts,hats and accesories.
Housing in Japan is very different to housing in Australia.
In a traditional Japanese house they have a special entryway called the Genkan where you put the tips of your shoes facing outwards also you have special indoor slippers to put on.
Moving on to the bathroom, in Japan they use to use squat toilets, but now they use Western style toilets which are now in every Japanse or Modern day home.
Washitsu, the Washitsu is a traditional room in every Japanese home which can be transformed into a family room during the day and a bedroom during the night.
Food in Japan is very different to here in Australia like we have fish and chips and they have Sushi, Sukiyaki and lots more.
Sushi is one of the following main dishes in Japan and is also very famous in other countries especially in Australia, also Sashimi.
Sashimi just consists of raw fish with a lot of wasabi, seaweed and alot more side sauces and fish,