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Hi, everyone, I’m Petty Kim. Today our destination is Japan, a country that steeps in tradition, but one that also loses on the cutting edge of the future. It was one the few places in the world, where tradition and change go hand in hand. A place built on paradox, this is Japan. A throwning country with more than 127 million people crams on the chain of islands, an area small than California. Maybe people are not surprising that such a modern place hold such a strong grip on its cultural past.
It was only as recently as the late 1800 when the country emerged from hundreds of year’s isolation broad on by intruders. Nothing embodies the contrast of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Standing in the capital, a city of more than 25 million people, you will be able to do experience some of the best shopping, dining, and cultural treasures the country has to offer. And if you are looking for a taste of the sense of Tokyo, you don’t have to go far. And if you’re looking for a taste of authentic Tokyo, you don't have to go far, heading down to the Tsukiji Whole Sale Fish Market, handling seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.
For a breath of fresh air, planned a daytrip to the iconic Mountain FUJI, located 62 miles southwestern of Tokyo in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Mountain FUJI is the highest mountain in Japan, rising more than 12000 feet. Although it was covered by snow several months out of the year, the secret mountain remains one of Japan’s most popular attractions. Just to the thousands miles of FUJI, it’s a natural wonder of bay, called Saruga. Here boaters enjoy pretty water conditions, divers check out the sea life, and researchers congregate to study the wonderful marine’s habitat. Above water, the wild life is no less impressive. Japan also offers the opportunities to come to face to face some amazing animals, the Japanese Giant Hornet or the Japanese Macaque.
When you’re ready to an urban exploration, give the traditional KEBUKA Theater a try. Your best back for good show was coming to Kyoto, or Sake, or Tokyo. Japan’s traditional theater is known as a highly stylized drama and an elaborated make-up worn by male performers. Keep in mind though it might not be a good stop for kids. Performances last about three hours. Drinks and snacks are usually available in the ***. You can also buy a ticket for a set bantam or a lunch bar. You’ll be served in the dinning room during the intermission.
For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts, Japan won’t disappoint. For curette’s lovers, you think you are died and gone in the heaven. Japan boasts hundreds of famous kilns and many of the country’s master’s potters continuous the tradition on the island of Kyushu. For handmade Japanese paper, called Washi, to the centuries' old art of boom rankle puppetry, to the thrill of watching several of Japanese finest destines competing summaries of Tokyo or Sake. Japan offers the unique promise to experiencing the past with one eye always looking to the future.
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Hi, everyone, I’m Petty Kim. Today our destination is Japan, a country that steeps in tradition, but one that also loses on the cutting edge of the future. It was one the few places in the world, where tradition and change go hand in hand. A place built on paradox, this is Japan. A throwning country with more than 127 million people crams on the chain of islands, an area small than California. Maybe people are not surprising that such a modern place hold such a strong grip on its cultural past.
It was only as recently as the late 1800 when the country emerged from hundreds of year’s isolation broad on by intruders. Nothing embodies the contrast of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Standing in the capital, a city of more than 25 million people, you will be able to do experience some of the best shopping, dining, and cultural treasures the country has to offer. And if you are looking for a taste of the sense of Tokyo, you don’t have to go far. And if you’re looking for a taste of authentic Tokyo, you don't have to go far, heading down to the Tsukiji Whole Sale Fish Market, handling seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.
For a breath of fresh air, planned a daytrip to the iconic Mountain FUJI, located 62 miles southwestern of Tokyo in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Mountain FUJI is the highest mountain in Japan, rising more than 12000 feet. Although it was covered by snow several months out of the year, the secret mountain remains one of Japan’s most popular attractions. Just to the thousands miles of FUJI, it’s a natural wonder of bay, called Saruga. Here boaters enjoy pretty water conditions, divers check out the sea life, and researchers congregate to study the wonderful marine’s habitat. Above water, the wild life is no less impressive. Japan also offers the opportunities to come to face to face some amazing animals, the Japanese Giant Hornet or the Japanese Macaque.
When you’re ready to an urban exploration, give the traditional KEBUKA Theater a try. Your best back for good show was coming to Kyoto, or Sake, or Tokyo. Japan’s traditional theater is known as a highly stylized drama and an elaborated make-up worn by male performers. Keep in mind though it might not be a good stop for kids. Performances last about three hours. Drinks and snacks are usually available in the ***. You can also buy a ticket for a set bantam or a lunch bar. You’ll be served in the dinning room during the intermission.
For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts, Japan won’t disappoint. For curette’s lovers, you think you are died and gone in the heaven. Japan boasts hundreds of famous kilns and many of the country’s master’s potters continuous the tradition on the island of Kyushu. For handmade Japanese paper, called Washi, to the centuries' old art of boom rankle puppetry, to the thrill of watching several of Japanese finest destines competing summaries of Tokyo or Sake. Japan offers the unique promise to experiencing the past with one eye always looking to the future.

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Hi everyone, I’m teddy Kim. Today our destination is Japan a country that steeped in tradition but one that also lives on the cutting edge of the future.
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    hi everyone ,i'm petty king.Today our destination is Japan.A country that stepped into the tradition,a one that also known as on the cutting edge of the further.
    It's one of the few places in the world where tradition and change go hand in hand.A place build on paradox.This is Japan.
    A throbing country of more than 127million people crammed in the chained-island.An area smaller than Calfornia .May be is not so surprising that such a mordern place holds such strong grab on its culture past.It's was only as recently as the late 1800 when the country emerge from hundred of years of **board on by its rulers.
    Nothing in bodies the contrast of tradition and modernism quiet like Tokyo.
    Stay in the capital ,a city of over 12million people.You are able to experience some of the best shopping,dining,and culture treasures the country has to offer and if you 're looking for a taste of **Tokyo,you don't need to go far.head out to the ***sale fish market,handling seafood for the entire gegion around Tokyo.
    For a breathe of fresh air.Plan a day-trip to the Fuji located 62miles southwest of Tokyo.
    In FUJI-HAKONE-IZU national park.FUJI is the highest mountain in Japan raising more than 12,000 feet .Although it covered by snow several months out of the year.The secret mountain remains one of the Japan's most popular attractions.just to the south *of FUJI,it's a natural *bay called **.here boaters enjoy the pristine water conditions,divers check out the sea lives and the researchers * to study this wonderful marine habour**.Above water the life is no *.Japan also offers the opportunity to come face to face with some amazing animals such as the Japanese hornet and the Japanese *
    when you 're ready for more urban exploration give tradition *a try.you'd better bet for a good show will come in KYOTO,OSAKA,or TOKYO.Japan's tradition **is known for highly stylize drums and elaborated make up worn by all the male performers.keep in mind though it might not be a great staff for kids.performence last for 3 hours drinkings,snacks are usually available in the foyer .you can also buy a ticket for a *set or lunch box.it will sevrice you in the dining room during the *
    For those seeking out tradition arts and crafts.Japan won't disappointed
    The *lovers thinking die hard **in the heaven .Japan's both hundred of famous film skills and many of the country master ** continue the tradition on the island of KYOSHO.
    From the hand-made Japanese paper called **.to the century_old art **to the through watching some of the Japan's finest athlete competeing the **of TOKYO or
   Japan offers the unique promise of experience in the past but with one eye always looking toward future.
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our destination is Japan, a country that steeped in tradition and one that also lives on the cutting edge of the future. It's one of the few places in the world where tradition are change go hand and hand, a place built on paradox. This is Japan, a throbbing country of more than 127 million people cram into a chain of islands, an area smaller than California. Maybe it's not so surprising that such a modern place hold such a strong grip on its culture past.

It was only as recently as the late 1800s when the country emerged from hundreds of years of isolation brought on by its rulers. Nothing embodies the contracts of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Staying in the capital, a city of over 12 million people, you will be able to experience some of the best shopping, dining and culture treasures the country has to offer. And if you are looking for a taste of authentic Tokyo, you don't have to go far. Head down to the Tsukiji Whole Sale Fish Market handling seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.

For a breath of fresh air, plan a day trip to the iconic Mount Fuji, located 62 miles southwest of Tokyo in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Now Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan rising more than 15,000 feet. Although it's covered by snow several months out of the year, the sacred mountain remains one of Japan's most popular attractions. Just the south of the mountain Fuji It's a natural wonder of bay called Suruga. Here boaters enjoy presteen water conditions, divers check out the sea life and researchers congregate to study this wonderful marine habitat. Above water, the wild life is no less than impressive. Japan also offers the opportunity to come face to face with some amazing animals, such as the Japanese giant hornet or the Japanese macaque.

When you are ready for more urban exploration, give traditional kabuki theater a try. Your best beck for a good show will come in Kyoto, Osaka, or Tokyo. Japan's traditional theater is known for highly stylized drama and elaborate makeup worn by its all male performance. Keep in mind though it might not be a great stop for kids. Performances last about 3 hours . Drinks and snacks are usually available in the /.You can also buy a ticket for sat bental / or lunch box. It will be served to you in the dining room during the intermission.

For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts,Japan won't disappoint. For ceramic lovers, you will think you've died and gone heaven. Japan boasts hundreds of famous kilns and many of the country's master potters continue the traditional on the island of Kyushu. From handmade Japanese paper called / to the century's old art of boom / puppetry to the throw of watching some of Japan's finest athletes competing the Sumo race of Tokyo or Osaka. Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past but with one eye always looking toward the future.
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本帖最后由 fionainnicemood 于 2010-2-11 10:52 编辑

Hi, everyone, I’m Tidy Kim. Today, our destination is Japan, a country that steeped in tradition, but one that also lives on the cutting edge of future.

It’s one of the few places in the world where tradition and change go hand in hand---a place built on paradox. This is Japan.

A throbbing country of more than 127 million people crammed into a channel of islands---an area smaller than California. Maybe it’s not so surprising that such a modern place pulled such a strong grip on its cultural past.

It was only as recently as the late  1800s when the country emerged from hundreds of years isolation brought on by its rulers. Nothing embodies the contrasts of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Stay in the capital, a city of over 12 million people, you will be able to experience some of the best shopping, dinning and cultural treasures the country has to offer. And if you are looking for a taste of an authentic Tokyo, you don’t have to go far.
Head out to the Sukuji wholesale fish market, handling seafood for the entire region of Tokyo.

For a breath of fresh air, plan a day trip to the iconic Mount Fuji. Located 62 miles south-west of Tokyo in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu national park. Now Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan, rising more than 12,000 feet. Although it's covered by snow several month out of a year, the secret mountain remains one of Japan’s most popular attractions.

Just at the south of Fuji is a natural wonder of a bay called Seruga. Here boaters enjoy prestine water conditions, divers check out the sea lives and researchers congregate to study this wonderful marine habitat.

Above water, the wild life is no less impressive. Japan also offers the opportunity to come face to face with some amazing animals, such as the Japanese Giant Hornet or the Japanese Macaque.

When you are ready for more urban exploration, give traditional Kabuki theater a try. Your best bet for a good show will come Kyoto, Osaka or Tokyo. Japan’s traditional theater is known for highly stylized dramas and elaborate make-up worn by its all male performers. Keep in mind though, it might not be a great stop for kids. Performance lasts about three hours. Drinks and snacks are usually available in the foliates. You can also buy a ticket for a sit bedroll or lunch box. It's will served you in the dinning room during the intermission.

For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts, Japan won’t disappoint. For ceramics lover, he will think of died and gone heaven. Japan boosts both hundreds of famous kilns and many of the country’s master potters continue the tradition on the island of Kyushu.

From handmade Japanese paper called Washi to the centuries’ old art of Bunraku Puppetry, to the trill of watching some of Japan’s finest athletes competing in the Sumo wrestlings wrest of Tokyo of Osaka, Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past but with one eye always looking to the future.
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Hi,everyone.I'm Teddy Kim.Today our destination is Japan.A country that is deep in trandition.But one that also known as on an cutting edge of the future.

It's one of the few places in the world where trandition and change go hand in hand.A place bulit on paradox.This is Japan.A thorbing country of more than 127 million people cram into a train of violence,an area smaller than Californlia.Maybe it's not so surpring it's such a modern place holds such a strong rip on its cultural past. It was only as recently as the late 80s,when the country emerged from hundreds of years of isolation brought on by its rulers.Nothing embodys the contrast of trandition and modernism quite like Tokyo.

Staying in the capital,a city of over 12,000,000 people,you will be able to experience  some of the best shopping,dining and cultural treasures the country has to offer.And if you're looking for a taste of our frantic Tokyo,you don't have to go far.Head out to the Sakishi Wholesale Fish Market,handling seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.

For a breath of fresh air,plan a day trip to the iconic Mount Fuji,located 62 miles southwest Tokyo in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park.Now Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan,rising more than 12,000 feet.Although it's covered by snow several months out of the year,this sacred mountain remains one of the
Japan's most popular attractions.

Just to the south of Mount Fuji is a natural wonderful bay,called Saruga.Here bolder enjoys crysty water conditions,the divers check out the sealight and researchers congregate to study this wonderful marine habitant.

Above water,the wild life is no less impressive.Japan also offers the opportunity become face to face with some amazing animals.Such as the Japanese Giant Honic or the Japanese Macaque.

When you're ready for more urban exploration,give tranditional Kabuki theater a try.Your best bet for a good show would come in Kyoto,Osaka or Tokyo.Japan's tranditonal theater is known for highly stylized drama and elaborate makeup worn by its all male performers.Even mind though,it may be a great stop for kids,performances last for 3 hours.Drinks and slacks are usually available in the fore/.You can also buy a ticket for a set of Banto or lunchbox.It will be served to you in the dining room during the intermission.

For those seeking out tranditional arts and crafts,Japan won't dissappoint.For ceramics lovers,you think will you die in gaina heaven.Japan both hundreds of famous kio.And many of the country's master poters
continue the trandition on the island of Kyushu.

From handmade Japanese paper called Washi to the centuries old art of B puppetry to the thrill of watching some of Japan's finest athletes,competing the Suma Rings of Tokyo or Osaka.Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past,but with one eye always looking toward the future.
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Hi,everyone.I'm Kitty Sume.Today our destination is Japan.A country steeped in tradition and the also lived on the cutting edg of the future.
It's one of the few places of the world,where tradition and changes go hand in hand.A place built on paradox,this is Japan.A throbbing country with more a 127 million people cram into a chain of island,and the area is smaller than Callifornia.Maybe it's no surprising that such a modern place pull such a strong grip on its cultural past.
It's only as recently as the late 1800s when the country emerged from the hundred years of isolation bought on by its rulers.Noting embody the contrast of the tradition and moderism like the Tokyo.Staying in the capital,a city more 12 million people,you'll be able to exprience some of the best shopping,dinning and cultural treasures the country has to offer.And if you look at an taste authentic of Tokyo,you don't have to go far.Head down to the Fujiki Whole Sale Fishes Market,handing fish of regions around the Tokyo.
For a breath of fresh air,plant a day trip to the Econic-Mt'Fuji.Located at 62 miles southwest to the Tokyo,in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park,Mt'Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan. Rising more than 12,000 feet,although it's covered by snow several monthes at the year,the secret mountain remain one the Japan's  most popular attractions.
Just to the south miles of Fuji,it's a natural wonder of bay called Suruga.Here boater enjoy pristine water condition,divers check out the sea life,and research congregate to study about the wonderful marine habitat.Above water,the wile life is no less impressive.Japan also offer opportunities to come face to face with some amazing animals,such as the Japanese Giant Hornet or the Japanese Macaque.
When you're ready for more urban exploration,give the tradition Kabuki theater for a try.Your best bet for a good show would come in Kyoto,Osaka or Tokyo.Japan's traditional threater is known for highly stylized drama and elaborate make-up worn by its all male performers.Keep in mind though it may not be a great stop for kids.Performance lasts about 3 hours.Drinks and snakes are usually available in the foyer.You can also buy a tick of sat bedroll or lunch box.It will be served in the dining room during the intermission.
  For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts,Japan won't diappoint.For ceramics lovers, he'll think of he've died and gone to a heaven.Japan boasts hundreds kilns and many of the country's master potters  continue the tradition on the island of Kyushu.From handmade Japanese paper called Washi to the centuries' old art of Bunraku puppetry,to the trill of watching some of the Japan's finest athlets competing in the Sumo Ring wrest of Tokyo or Osaka,Japan offer the unique promise of experiencing the past but with one eye alway looking towards the future.

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-Hi, everyone, I'm Candy Kim. Today our destination is Japan, a country that steep* in traditional for one also lives at the cutting edge of the future.

It is one of the few places in the world when tradition has changed go head to head. A place build on paradox. This is Japan. A thriving country of more than 127,000,000 people crowded on * Island, an area small than California. Maybe it is not surprising that such a modern place full of such strong grape* of its culture past.

It was only as recently as late the 1800s when the country emerged from hundreds of years of licencelation* brought on by its rules. Nothing and bodies that contrasts the tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Staying in the capital, a city of over 12 million people, you will be able to do experience some of the best shopping, dying and culture treasures the country has to offer. And if you look forward a taste of *tic Tokyo, you don't have to go far.

Head out to the * wholesale fish market, handling sea food for the entire range around Tokyo. For a breath of fresh air, planed in * to the * * Fuji, located 62 miles southwest of Tokyo in the Fuji * * National Park. Mountain Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan, rising more than 20,000 feet. Although it is covered by snow several months out of a year, the secret mountain remains one of Japan's most popular attractions. Just to the south of Mountain Fuji, it is natural * bay called S*. Here * enjoys presting* water conditions, divers check out the sea life and researchers congregate to study the wonderful marring habit.

Above water, the wide life is no less impressive. Japan also offers the opportunities to come face-to-face with some amazing animals, such as Japanese Giant Hone, or Japanese Murcak.

When you are ready for more urban exploration, give traditional * theater a try. You best bet for a good show will come to T*, or Tokyo. Japan's traditional theater is no for highly stylized drama and elebrate* make up warned by its all male performers.

Keep a mind though, it might not be a good stop for kids. Performances last about 3 hours. Drinks and snacks are usually available in the full year*. You can also buy a ticket for a sent* bantle or lunch box. It will serve to you in the dining room during the intermission.

For those seeking out traditional arts and crats*, Japan will not disappoint. For * lovers, you might think you die and gone to heaven. Japan both hundreds of famous kilms and many of the country's master potters continue the tradition on the island of *.

For handmade Japanese paper, called *, to the century's old art of *, to the though of watching some of Japan's finest athletes competing in * of Tokyo or *. Japan offers an unique promise of experience in the past with one eye always looking towards the future.
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Hi everyone! I'm Tidy Kim. Today our destination is Japan, a country that steeped in tradition but one that also lives on the cutting edge of the future. It's one of the few places in the world where tradition and change go hand and hand, a place built on paradox. This is Japan, a throbbing country of more than 127 million people cram into a chain of islands, an area smaller than California. Maybe it's not so surprising that such a modern place pulls such a strong grip on its cultural past.

It was only as recently as the late 1800s when the country emerged from hundreds of years of isolation brought on by its rulers. Nothing embodies the contrasts of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Staying in the capital, a city of over 12 million people, you will be able to experience some of the best shopping, dining and cultural treasures the country has to offer. And if you looking for a taste of authentic Tokyo, you don't have to go far. Head down to the Tsukiji Whole Sale Fish Market handling seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.

For a breath of fresh air, plan a day trip to the Mount Fuji. Located 62 miles southwest of Tokyo in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Mount Fuji is the highest mount in Japan, rising more than 12,000 feet. Although it's covered by snow several months out of the year, the sacred mountain remains one of the Japan's most popular attractions. Just to the south of Mount Fuji, it's a natural wonder of a bay called Suruga. Here boaters enjoy pristine water conditions, divers check out the sea life and researchers congregate to study this wonderful marine habitat. Above water, the wild life is no less impressive. Japan also offers the opportunity to come  face to face with some amazing animals such as the Japanese giant hornet or the Japanese macaque.

When you're ready for more urban exploration, give traditional kabuki theater a try. Your best bet for a good show will come in Kyoto, Osaka or Tokyo. Japan's traditional theater is known for highly stylized drama and elaborate makeup worn by its all male performers. Keep in mind though it might not be a great stop for kids. Performances last about 3 hours. Drinks and snacks are usually available in the foyer. You can also buy a ticket for a sat bental or lunch box. It will be served to you in the dining room during the intermission.

For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts, Japan won't disappoint. For ceramics’ lovers, you'll think you’ve died and gone to heaven. Japan both hundreds of famous kilns and many of the country's master potters continue the tradition on the island of Kyushu. From handmade Japanese paper called Washi to the centuries' old art of Bunraku puppetry to the thrill of watching some of the Japan's finest athletes competing in the Sumo rings of Tokyo or Osaka, Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past but with one eye always looking toward the future.
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本帖最后由 fionainnicemood 于 2010-2-11 11:17 编辑

Hi everyone! I'm Petty Kim. Today our destination is Japan, a country that steeped in tradition but one that also lives on the cutting edge of the future.

It's one of the few places in the world where tradition and change go hand and hand, a place built on paradox. This is Japan.

A throbbing country of more than 127 million people crammed into a chain of islands, an area smaller than California. Maybe it's not so surprising that such a modern place pulled such a strong grip on its cultural past.

It was only as recently as the late 1800s when the country emerged from hundreds of years of isolation brought on by its rulers. Nothing embodies the contrasts of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Staying in the capital, a city of over 12 million people, you will be able to experience some of the best shopping, dining and cultural treasures the country has to offer. And if you're looking for a taste of authentic Tokyo, you don't have to go far. Head down to the Tsukiji Whole Sale Fish Market handling seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.

For a breath of fresh air, plan a day trip to the iconic Mount Fuji. Located 62 miles southwest of Tokyo in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Mount Fuji is the highest mount in Japan, rising more than 12,000 feet. Although it's covered by snow several months out of the year, the sacred mountain remains one of the Japan's most popular attractions. Just to the south of Mount Fuji, is a natural wonder of a bay called Suruga. Here boaters enjoy pristine water conditions, divers check out the sea life and researchers congregate to study this wonderful marine habitat. Above water, the wild life is no less impressive. Japan also offers the opportunity to come  face to face with some amazing animals such as the Japanese giant hornet or the Japanese macaque.

When you're ready for more urban exploration, give traditional kabuki theater a try. Your best bet for a good show will come in Kyoto, Osaka or Tokyo. Japan's traditional theater is known for highly stylized drama and elaborate makeup worn by its all male performers. Keep in mind though it might not be a great stop for kids. Performances last about 3 hours. Drinks and snacks are usually available in the foyer. You can also buy a ticket for a set bento or lunch box. It will be served to you in the dining room during the intermission.

For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts, Japan won't disappoint. For ceramics lovers,you'll think you’ve died and gone to heaven. Japan both hundreds of famous kilns and many of the country's master potters continue the tradition on the island of Kyushu. From handmade Japanese paper called Washi to the centuries old art of Bunraku puppetry to the thrill of watching some of the Japan's finest athletes competing in the Sumo rings of Tokyo or Osaka, Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past but with one eye always looking toward the future.

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本帖最后由 skyRo 于 2010-2-11 11:51 编辑

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Hi everyone! I'm Petty Kim. Today our destination is Japan, a country that steeped in tradition but one that also lives on the cutting edge of the future.

It's one of the few places in the world where tradition and change go hand in hand, a place built on paradox. This is Japan.

A throbbing country of more than 127 million people crammed into a chain of islands, an area smaller than California. Maybe it's not so surprising that such a modern place pulled such a strong grip on its cultural past.

It was only as recently as the late 1800s when the country emerged from hundreds of years of isolation brought on by its rulers. Nothing embodies the contrasts of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Staying in the capital, a city of over 12 million people, you will be able to experience some of the best shopping, dining and cultural treasures the country has to offer. And if you're looking for a taste of authentic Tokyo, you don't have to go far. Head down to the Tsukiji Wholesale Fish Market handling seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.

For a breath of fresh air, plan a day trip to the iconic Mount Fuji. Located 62 miles southwest of Tokyo in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Mount Fuji is the highest mount in Japan, rising more than 12,000 feet. Although it's covered by snow several months out of the year, the sacred mountain remains one of the Japan's most popular attractions. Just to the south of Mount Fuji, is a natural wonder of a bay called Suruga. Here boaters enjoy pristine water conditions, divers check out the sea life and researchers congregate to study this wonderful marine habitat. Above water, the wild life is no less impressive. Japan also offers the opportunity to come  face to face with some amazing animals such as the Japanese giant hornet or the Japanese macaque.

When you're ready for more urban exploration, give traditional kabuki theater a try. Your best bet for a good show will come in Kyoto, Osaka or Tokyo. Japan's traditional theater is known for highly stylized drama and elaborate makeup worn by its all male performers. Keep in mind though it might not be a great stop for kids. Performances last about 3 hours. Drinks and snacks are usually available in the foyer. You can also buy a ticket for a set bento or lunch box. It will be served to you in the dining room during the intermission.

For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts, Japan won't disappoint. For ceramics lovers,you'll think you’ve died and gone to heaven. Japan boasts hundreds of famous kilns and many of the country's master potters continue the tradition on the island of Kyushu. From handmade Japanese paper called Washi to the centuries old art of Bunraku puppetry to the thrill of watching some of the Japan's finest athletes competing in the Sumo rings of Tokyo or Osaka, Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past but with one eye always looking toward the future.
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我真心希望能获得守护她的力量
怀着这份心意
我一直静静的凝视着窗外的风景

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