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Japan is an island nation in East Asia comprising a volcanic archipelago extending along the continent's Pacific coast. It lies between 24° to 46° north latitude and from 123° to 146° east longitude. Japan is southeast of the Russian Far East, separated by the Sea of Okhotsk; slightly east of the Korean Peninsula, separated ...

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Japan's area is comparable to that of Germany or California. Japan's northernmost islands are located on a similar geographical latitude as Milan or Portland, while her southernmost islands are on a similar latitude as the Bahamas. More than 50% of the country is mountainous and covered by forests. Japan is politically ...

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NATURE The Japanese people have a deep affection for the beauty of the landscape. The ancient Shinto religion says natural features like mountains, waterfalls, and forests have their own spirits, like souls. Most of Japan is covered by countryside. But with more than 100 million people living in such a small place , wildlife ...

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Oct 23, 2017 ... The most notable physical feature is the Fossa Magna, a great rift lowland that traverses the widest portion of Honshu from the Sea of Japan to the Pacific. It is partially occupied by mountains and volcanoes of the southern part of the East Japan Volcanic Belt. Intermontane basins are sandwiched between ...

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The following maps will demonstrate these and other aspects of the influence of geography on national development. Composition, Position, and Relative Size. Japan is a shimaguni (island country): The Japanese archipelago (island chain) consists of four main islands--Honshû, Shikoku, Kyûshû and Hokkaidô--and ...

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Jan 20, 2015 ... Japan is an island nation located along the east coast of the Asian continent. The Japanese archipelago is composed of four large islands (Hokkaido, Honshu,

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Geography >> Asia >> Japan History and Timeline. Japan. Capital: Tokyo Population: 127,368,088. The Geography of Japan. Borders: Japan is an island nation in East Asia surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Sea of Japan (East Sea) on the other side. Japan shares maritime (water) borders with China, ...

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Links in this Website: LAND AND GEOGRAPHY OF JAPAN Factsanddetails.com/ Japan ; CLIMATE AND WEATHER IN JAPAN Factsanddetails.com/Japan ... The result makes the strange Japanese landscape even weirder: it is the most possessed-looking place imaginable, its awkward-seeming features ordered and  ...