By Daniel Haller
Japan is a group of islands off the coast of the Koreans
The capital of japan is Tokyo
In this photo you can see Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo tower
Japans population is 127,103,388 or 836 per square mile
Japan has a capitalist economy with a constitutional monarchy there Emperor is Akihito and there type of money is called yen 113.98 yen is equal to a dollar
99% of people ain't japan are literate
The life expectancy is 78.8 years for guys And 85.6 years for girls
Japans GDP is $37,100
There GDP rank is 3rd in the world
In Japan you can climb the highest mountain in japan Mount Fuji
As we have Disney World and Disney Land. Japan has Tokyo Disney
Nagoya Port is one of the largest ports in Japan it is nice to see the ships go in and out plus there is an aquarium there so that's a plus
The United States had made Germany surrender and Japan was still fighting so what does America do?
Japan has many terrifying earthquakes
Japan also has many devastating tsunamis
These are still problems today
Recently japan and china have been arguing about the islands that japan calls the Senkaku Islands and China calls the Diaoyu Islands they have been fighting over who owns them.
Many big companies are located in japan and most of them have to do with japans rich economy in technology. Like Nintendo they make video games and video game systems they are still around today.
Japan has a good ecconomy, one of the best in the world. One of the only problems is that Japan doesn't have a lot of nateral resources. So japan depends on in ports of raw materials and makes them into products. So if Japan could get some nateral resources and stop relaying on imports it's ecconomy would be more stable.
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