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Yokohama japan

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Yokohama Japan
World Map
Map of Hemisphere
Elevation of Japan
City of Yokohama
Japan
Work Cited
History of Yokohama
Information
Nations capital is Tokyo
The population is the seconded largest in japan. It has about 3,697,894 people in the City.
Literacy Rate: 99%
Birth Rate: 8.39 births/1,000 population
employment Rate: 96%
Yokohama is a very old city, however it wasn't a city at first. The area became a city in 1889. The age of the city stretches farther before Japan had written documents. Yokohama is known for major exports of silks and raw materials and imports and also for trading. The City is the biggest industrial city in Tokyo.
Japans Prime Minister
International port terminal
Residential apartment . Yokohama
Yokohama Ferris wheel
Ariel Views
The government is a Constitutional monarchy
His name is Shinzo Abe
Flags
Yohohama
Historical sites
Kanagawa Prefectural Government's Office (King's Tower)
Built in 1928 and its open to all to see and also it is uses for a lot of movies and tv shows backgrounds
Niiharu Satoyama Exchange Center (The old House of the Okutsu Family)
Today, it is used as an exchange center for Niiharu Satoyama Park. This was built in the Edo preiod.
Kunihiko Ookura, built in 1932. The building is designed for the City's tangible cultural property.
Okurayama Commemoration
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http://www.factmonster.com/countries.html

Tourist Attractions
China Town
China Town has been up and running for 150 years. Many people come here and eat and shop. About 3,000 to 4,000 people live there.
Hōkoku-ji
Hōkoku-ji is an old temple. Its located in Kamakura, Japan. Famous for its bamboo garden, it is also known as "Bamboo Temple"
Yokohama Bay Bridge
The Yokohama Bay Bridge is a 860-metre-long. It was opened September 27, 1989, it crosses Tokyo Bay with a span of 460 metres.
Famous Poeple
Art
Thank You
Universities
Yokohama City University
Yokohama National University
Mai Kuraki
She is a famous Singer form Japan
Kobo Abe
He was a famous photographer from Tokyo. He played in moves like The Face of Another, and Pitfall,
Architectures
Ukiyo-e’s
“The Great Wave”
"Amitabha Triad of Jōdo-ji ''
Evening Snow at Kanbara
Ando Hiroshige
By; Cylkia HUmphrey
Yokohama has came a long way from a fishing village to the second biggest city and the largest industrial area in Japan. They are still progressing as we speak.
Yokohama belongs to a industrial area in Tokyo called the Keihin Industrial Zone. Its industries are steel mills, oil refineries, chemical plants, and factories that make transportation equipment, electrical apparatus, automobiles, machinery, primary metals, ships, and textiles.
They also have advanced technology industries that are the largest in Japan. They have one of the best transportation links with most major Japanese cities. The city started to slowly bring in the west like in 1870 the city had Japans first newspaper called Japan Herald.
Also in 1865 the first ice cream and beer in Japan were manufactured in the city. Over decades the city is known a large organization with power plants , factors, and technology industries.
Kaikei
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