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[Homework]2010-02-06 环球风情:日本

  Hi,everyone.I'm Caddy 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 cram into a chain of islands and areas smaller than California.Maybe it's not so surprising that such a modern place pulled such a strong grip on it's 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 on tradition and modernism,quite like Tokyo. Stay in the capital, a city of over 12 million people, 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 out 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 south-west of Tokyo in the**** National Park,Mount 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, the sacred mountain remains one of  Japan's most popular attractions. Just to the south of Mount Fuji, it's a natrual wonder of a bay called Seruga.Here boaters enjoy pristine water conditions,divers check out the sea life and researchers congregate to study these wenderful marine habitat.Above water,the wild life is no less impressive.Japan also offers the opportunitiy become face to face with some amazing animals,such as the Japanese giant honet or the Japanese macaque.
When you are ready for more urban exploration,give traditional Kabuki theater a try.You  best bet for a good show would come in Kyoto,Osaka or Tokyo. Japan's traditional theater is known for highly stylized drama and elaborate make up worn by its all male performance.Keep in mind though it might not a great stuff for kids.Performances last about three hours,drinks and snacks are usually  available in the foyer.You can also buy a ticket for a ***(satbental) or lunch box. It will be served 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 in 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 (Buneraku Pappitury)? to the thrill of watching some of the Japan's finest athletes competeing the (Syumerings)? of Tokyo or Osaka.Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past but with one eye always looking towards the future.

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crammed into a channel island, an area smaller than California. Maybe it’s not so surprising in such a modern place hold such a strong grip on its culture past. It was only as recently as late 18 hundred when the country emerged from hundreds of years isolation brought on by its rulers. Nothing embodies the contracts the tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Standing in the capital, a city of over twenty million people, you’ll be able to experience the shopping, dinning 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 out to the * wholesale official market handling sea food 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 to Tokyo, in the Fuji * national park, Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan rising more than 12 thousand feet. Although it’s covered by snow several months of the year, the secret mountain remains one the Japan’s most popular attractions.
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[Homework]2010-02-06 环球风情:日本

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Today our destination is Japan, a country that steeps 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 in 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 cultural past.
It was only as recently as the late 1800s when the country emerged 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'll be able to experience some of the best shopping, dinning, 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 out to the Z 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 to Tokyo in the Fuji--Izu National park, Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan,rising more than 12000 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 to the south of Mount Fuji is a natural wonder of bay, called Saruga. Here boaters enjoy pristine water conditions, divers check out the sea life, researchers congregate to study this wonderful marine habitat. Above  water the wild life is no less impressieve. Japan also offers the opportunities to come to face to face with some of amazing animals, such as the Japanese giant hornet or the Japanese *.
When you're ready for more urban exploration, give traditional theater a try. You best bet for a good show will be coming 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 stuff for kids. Performances last about three hours. Drinks and snacks are usually available in the foyer. You can also buy a ticket for a * or  lunchbox, 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 dived into heaven. Japan's boasts hundreds of famous* and many of the country's master potters continue the tradition on the island of K.
From handmade Japanese paper called W to the centuries' of art of puppetry, to the thrill of watching some of finest athletes compete in the S rings in Tokyo or Osaka, Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past, with one eye always looking towards the future.

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[Homework]2010-02-06 环球风情:日本

Hi,everyone.I'm Peddy 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 /country of more than a 127 million people cramped 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 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 contrast of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo.Staying in the capital,a city of over 12 million people,you'll be able to experience some of the best shopping,dining and cultural 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 out to the / wholesale fish market,handling seafood from 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 / National Park,now 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 secret mountain remains one of Japan's most popular attractions./,a south Mount Fuji is a natural wonder of a bay called /.Here bolders enjoy / 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.The Japan also offers the opportunity to come face to face with some amazing animals,such as the Japanese giant hornet,or the Japanese /.When you are 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 stylised 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 three hours.Drinks and snacks are usually available in the /.You can also buy a ticket for a set / or lunch box.It will be served 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  died and gone to  heaven.Japan boast hundreds of famous /.And many of the country's master potters continue the tradition on the island of /.From hand-made Japanese paper called /,to the centries-old art of / puppetry,to the thrill of watching some of 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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Hi,Everyone!I'm Patty Kim.Today our destination is Japan.A country that's steeped in tradition,but one that also lives on a 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 a hundred twenty-seven million people crammed 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 cultural past.It was only as recently as the late 1800s,when the country emerge from hundreds of years of isolation brought on by it's rulers.Nothing embodies the contrasts of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo.Staying in the capital,a city of 12 million people,you'll be albe 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 out 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 be iconic Mount Fuji.Located 62 miles southwest of Tokyo in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park,Mount Fuji is the hightest mountain in Japan,rising more than 12,000 feet.Although it's covered by snow several months out of the year,the secret mountain remained one of Japan's most popular attractions.
Just at the south of Mount Fuji is a natural wonder of a bay called Suruga.Here boaters enjoy pristine water conditions,divers check out the sealife 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 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 stuff for kids.Performances last about three hours.Drinks and snacks are usually available in the foyer.You can also buy a ticket for the set bentou(便当) or lunch box.It'll 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 think you died and gone to heaven.Japan boasts(有引以为豪的) hundreds of famous kilns and many 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 Japan's finest athletes compete in the Sumo rings of Tokyo or Osaka.Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past,but with one eye always looking towards the future.
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[Homework]2010-02-06 环球风情:日本

Hi, everyone, I'm Petty Kim, today our destination is Japan. A country that is 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 cram into the chain of islands, an area smaller than California. Maybe it's not so surprising that such modern place pull such strong grip on its cultural past.
It was only as recently as the late 1800s when the country emerged from 100 years of isolation brought on by its rulers. Nothing embodies the contrasts of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Stay in the capital, a city of 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 are looking for a taste of authetic Tokyo, you don't have to go far. Head out 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 at 62 miles southwest of Tokyo in the Fuji Hakone-Izu National Park, Mountain 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, the sacred mountain remains one of Japan's most popular attractions. Just to the south of Mount Fuji is 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 wildlife is no less impressive. Japan also offers the opportunity to come face-to-face with such amazing animals, such as the Japanese giant hornet or the Japanse macaque.
When you are ready for more urban exploration , give traditional Kabuki theatre a try. Your best bet for good show will come Kyoto, Osaka, or Tokyo. Japan's traditional theatre is known for highly stylized drama and elaborate make-up worn by all male performers. Keep in mind though, it might not be great stop for kids, performances last about three hours. Drinks and snackes are usually available in the foyer, you can also buy a ticket for a set bench/ or lunch box. it will be served to you in the dining room during the intermission.
For those seeking out traditional arts & crafts, Japan won't disappoint. For ceramics lovers, you will think you've die and gone a heaven, Japan boosts 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 Japan's finest athelets competing the Sumo Rings of Tokyo or Osaka. Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past with one eye always looking toward future.







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[Homework]2010-02-06 环球风情:日本

Hi,everyone.I'm Tidy Kim.Today our destination is Japan,a country that is deeply tradition but one that also cutting edge of the future.It is one of the few places in the world where tradition and change go hand and hand,a place built on paridox.This is Japan.A through the country more than 127 million people cranded with small aislands and smaller than California .Maybe its not so surprising that its such a modern place pore on such a strong g culture pess.It is only as recently as late 80 hundreds when the country emerged from hundreds of years of wide civilization on rulers.Nothing embodys the contracts of the tradition in modernization .Stay in the captial,a city of over 12 million people,you will be able to experience some of the best shopping dinning and cultrual treasures the country has to offer.And if you are looking for the taste of   Tokyo ,you don't have to go far.Head out to the Tolji wholesale fish market .hand in seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.For a breath of fresh air,plan a day trip to the iconical Mount Fuji,located 62 miles southwest of Tokyo in the Fuji Hakoni Yizo National Park.Mount Fuji is the highest mount in Japan rising more than 12,000 feet.Although its covered by snow several months out of every year ,the secret mountain remains one of Japan's most popular attraction .Just in the south among Fuji ,it is a natural wonder of bay called Seruga.Here birds enjoy and  water conditions divers check out the sea life and reseachers can't get the wonderful marine ...Above water the wildlife is no listen preserve,Japan also offers the opportunity to face to face with amazing animals,such as the Japanese gaint honica or the Japanese mecaca.When you are ready for our urban exploration,its a traditional Kebuki theatre to try.You are the best fora good show Koyota Osaka or Toyko.Japan's traditional theatre is no full highly stylized dranma and its lightly makeup by its all female performaners. Even mind though,it maybe not good stuff for kids performances last about 3 hours.Drinks and snacks are usually available on the ..You can also buy a ticket for a set bandto or lunchbox it will be served you to a dining room during the intimation.For those seeking out the traditional art craft,Japan will disappoint for lovers you will think of die in heaven.Japan boasts  hundreds of  kill and many of the country continue matches continue the traditional island of ..From of Japanes paper ..to the century of old ..to the thrill of  watching.. Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past with one eye also looking toward the future.



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Hi,everyone. I’m_. Today our destination is Japan, a country that is deeped in tradition, but one, that also lives on the cutting edge of the future .It's one of the few place 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 127million people, crammed into a chain of islands, and an area smaller than Carlifornia. Maybe it is not so surprising that such a modern place pull 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 contrasts of tradition and modernism, quite like Tokyo. Stay in the capital, a city over 12 million people, you will be able to do experience . some of the best shopping, dining and culture treasures ,the country has to offer. And,  if you looking for a taste of authentic Tokyo, you don’t have to go far, head out the sukiji, wholesale fish market, handling seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.
For a breath of the fresh air, plan a day trip to the iconic mount Fuji, located 62mile southwest of Tokyo, in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Mount Fuji is the highest mount in Japan, raising more than 12,000 feet. Although it is covered by snow several months out of the year, the sacred mount remains one of the Japan’s most popular attractions. Just to the south of mount Fuji,it’s a natural wonder of the bay called Suruga. Here boaters enjoy the pristine water conditions, drivers check out the sea life and researchers congregate to study this wonderful marine habitat. Above water, the wild life is no less impressive. Japan is also offers the opportunity to come face to face with some amazing animals, such as the Japanese giant hornet, and the Japanese macaque.
When you are ready for more urban exploration ,give traditional Kabuki theater a try,your best back for a good show will come in Kyoto,Osaka or Tokyo. Japan’s traditional theater is known for highly stylize drama, any elaborate makeup worn by it’s male performers. Keep in mind though it might not be a great stop for kids. Performance is last 3 hours. Drinks an d snacks usually are available in the full year. You can also buy a ticket for a seat bedroll 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's lovers, he'll think he’ve died and gone a 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 thrill of watching several Japan's finest athletes competing in 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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Hi,everyone,I'm Tide Kim.Today,our destination is Japan,a country is esteemed tradition where one also lives at the cutting edge of the future .
It's one of the few places of 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 is smaller than California ,maybe it's not so surprising it's such a modern place pull 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 contrasts  of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo.Staying in the capital,a city of over 12 billion people .You will be able to experience some of the best shopping ,dinning and culture treasures the country has to offer.And if you are looking for a taste of the authentic Tokyo ,dont have to go far.Head out to the Tsukiji whole sale Fish Market handling seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.

For a breath of fresh air ,planning a day trip to the iconic Mountain 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 12,000 feet.Although it's covered by snow several months out of the year, the sectret mountain remains one of  the Japan's most popular attractions.Just to the south Mountain Fuji is a natural wonder of a bay calls Suruga.Here boaters enjoy water conditions divers check out the sea line and researcheres congregate to study this wonderful marine habitat.Above water ,the wild life is no less impressive.Japan also offers the oppotunity become 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 coming Kyoto,Osaka or Tokyo.Japan's traditional theater is known for highly  stylized drama and elaborate makeup were by its all male performers.Keeping mind though that it might not be a great stop by kids.Performances last about 3 hours drinks and snacks are usually available in the foyer even also by a ticket for a seat ,bento or lunchbox.It will be served you in the dinning room during the intermission.

For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts , Japan won't disoppoint.For ceramics lovers ,you think you've died and gone in a heaven .Japan both hundreds of famous kilns and many of the country's master potters continued the tradition on the island of Kyushu.From hand-made Japanese paper called Washi to the centries old art of Bunraku puppetry to the thrill of watching some of Japan's finest atheles competing the Sumo rings of Tkyo or Osaka.Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing  the past with one eye always looking toward the future.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-02-06 环球风情:日本

today our destination is Japan, a country that steeped in tradition, but one that also lives on the cutting edge of the future. it is 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 is 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 1800, when the country emerged from hundreds of years of isolation brought on by its rulers. nothing embodies the contrast of tradition and modernism quite like Tokoyo. staying in the capital, a city of over 12 milion people, u will be able to experience some of the best shopping, dining and culture treasures the coutry has to offer. and if u r looking for a taste of enthentic Tokoyo, udont have to go far. head down to the ** wholesale fish market, handling seafood for the entire region around tokoyo.
for a breath of fresh air, plan a day trip to iconic Mountain Fuji,located 62 miles southwest of tokoyo,in the fuji ** national Park, Mount Fuji is the highest mount in japan, rising more than 12,000 feet. altho it is covered by snow several months out of the year,the sacred mountain remains one of japan's most popular attractions. just to the south mount of Fuji,is a natural Wonder of a bay,called ** here boaters enjoy pristine water conditions, divers check out the sea life and reserchers congregate to study this wonderful marine habbitate. 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 honey,or the japanese macaque.
when u r ready for more urban exploration, give traditional Kabuki theater a try,your best bet for a good  show will come in osaka **or tokoyo, japan's traditional theater is known for highly stylized drama and elaborate make-up worn by all its male performers. keep mind tho,it might not be a great stop for kids performances lasted about 3 hours, drinks and snacks r usually available iin the foyer, you can also buy a ticket for a set bento ** or lunch box,it will be served to u in the dining room during the intermission.
for those seeking out traditional arts and crafts,japan wont disapoint.for ceramics lovers u will think u v died and gone to  heaven, japan boasts of hundreds of famous kilns , and many of the county's master portters continue the tradition on the island of Kyushu.
from hand made japanese paper called washi to the centry's all old art **,to the thrill of watching some of japan's finest atheletes compete in the Sumo rings of tokoyo or osaka.japan offers the unique promise of experiencing in the past,with one eye always lookin toward the future.

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[Homework]【整理】2010-02-06 环球风情:日本

Hi, everyone.I am teddy kim.Today our destination is Japan.A country that is deep in tradition.But one also lives on the cutting-edge of future.It's one of the few places in world where traditonand change go hand in hand. A place bulit in paradox. This is Japan.A ..contry of more than 127 million people cramming in the chain of islands,and the area is small as California. Maybe is not so surprising that's such a modern place.It's such a strong rip on its culture passed.It was only as recently as the 1800s when the country emerged from hundreds of years of ..brought on by its rulers.Nothin embodies that contrast the traditon and  modernism quite like Tokyo.Staying in the capital, a city of over 12 million people ,you'll be able to experince some of the best shopping, dinning and cultural treatures the country has to offer. And if you're looking for a taste of the centre tokyo,you don't have to go far.Head down to the ..Wholesale Fish market handling the seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.Located 62 miles southwest to Tokyo, in the Fuji hakone   national park. The Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan rising more than 20 thousand feet.Although it's covered by snow several months out of the year,the secret mountain remain as one of Japan's most popularest attractions.Just to the south  of Mount  Fuji  it's a natural wonder of  bay called Suruga. Here boaters enjoy .. water conditions,divers check out the sea life, and  researchers congrigate to study this wonderfu marine habitat. Above water the wild lifes is no less impressive.Japan also  offer the opportunity to come to face to face with some amazing animals such as the Japanese giant hornet or the Japanese macque. When you are ready for more urban exploration,give tradional   theater a try. You'd best beg for a good show will coming in Tokyo Osaka or Tokyo.Japan's traditonal theater it's no for highly stylized  drama and make-up wore by  all male performers.Even my though it's might be a great stuff for kids.Performance just 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.You will be served in the dining room durng the intermission.Fot those seaking out traditional arts and crafts,Japan won't disappoint.For ceramics lovers, you'll you've died and go to heaven. Japan boasts of hundreds of famous kilns and many of the country's master potters continue the tradition on the island of Kyushu. From hand made japanese paper called washi to the century's old art of   puppetry to the thrill of watcing some of the Japan's finest atjhletes compete in the sumo race of Tokyo or Osaka.Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past but with one eye always looking toward future.


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[Homework]【整理】2010-02-06 环球风情:日本

Hi,everyone,I'm Teddy Kim,today our destination is Japan,a country that is deep in tradition, but one that alsolives 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 thriving country of more than 127,000,000 people cramped into a chain of islands,an area smaller than California.Maybe it's not so surprising that such a morden place hold a strong grip on its culture passed.
   It was only as recently as the late 1900s when the country emerge from hundreds of years of isolation brought on by its rulers.Nothing embodies the contracts of tradition and mordenism quit like Tokyo.Staying in the capital, a city of over 12,000,000 people, you'll be 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 authentic Tokyo, you don't have to go far.Head out to the SUkigi wholesale fish market,handling seafood for the entire region around Tokyo.
   For a breathe of fresh air,plan a day trip to iconic mont FUji,locate 62 miles southwest of Tokyo,The Fuji -HAKONE-izu PARK.   Now FUji is the highest mont in Japan,rising more than 12,000 feet.Although it's covered by snow several months out of the year, the secret mountain remains one of Japan's most popular attractions.Just to the south of Mont Fuji,it's the natual wonder of the bay called SARUGA.Here boaters enjoy crystal 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 Mercak.
   When you're ready for more urban exploration,give traditional CABUKI a try.Your best aspects for a good show were coming from Kyoto,Osaka or Tokyo.Japan's traditonal theatre is known for highly stylize drama and elabrate make up worn by its all male performers.Keep in mind though it might not be a great stuff for kids.Performances last about 3 hours.Drinks and snacks are usually availible in the fullyeg. You can also buy a ticket for a sat banto or lunch box, it will be served to you in the dining room during the intro mission.
   For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts.Japan won't disappoint. For ceramic lovers, you'll think you've dead or gone in heaven.Japan boasts hundreds of famous      ,and many of the country's masterporters continue the tradition on the island of Kyushu.
   From handmake Japanese paper called WASHI to the centuries old of    to the thrill of wacthing some of Japan's finest athletes competing the     rings of Tokyo or Osaka.
  Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past,then 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 it steeped in tradition, one that also lives in 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 build on paradox. This is Japan. A throbbing country of more than 127 million people cram into a chain of islands, an  areas smaller than California. Maybe it's not so surprising that such a modern place hold such a strong gripe on its cultural past.
It was only as recently as the late 1800s, when the country merges in the hundreds of years isolation brought on by its rulers. Nothing embodies the contracts of tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo. Stand 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 the taste in authentic Tokyo. You don't have to go far, head out to the Tsukiji whole sale fish market, handling seafood from the entire region around Tokyo.
For a breath of fresh air, plan a day trip to the ironic Mt.Fuji. Located 62 miles southwest of Tokyo in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Mt.Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan, rising more than 12 thousand feet. Although it's 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 Mt.Fuji is a natural wonder of a bay called Saruga. Here boaters enjoyed the pristine water conditions, divers checked out the sea line and researchers congragated to study this wonderful marine habitat. 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 gaint hornet, with the Japanese ?.
When you are ready for more urban exploration, give ? traditional theatre a try. Your best bet for the show were coming or Tokyo. Japan's traditional theatre is known as highly stylized drama and make up 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 foyer. You can also buy a ticket for sat bental or lunch box, it'll be served you in the dining room during the intermisson.
For those seeking out traditional arts in crasp. Japan won't disappoint. For surrending its lover, you are think have died and gone to the heaven. Japan boost hundreds of famous? and many countries masterparters continue tradition an the island of ?.
From a handmade Japanese paper called ? to the century old arts to the thrilled of wathching some of Japan's finest athletes competing sumo rings.  Japan offers the unique promise of experiencing the past. With one eye always looking toward the future.
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