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[Homework]2010-02-06 桟白欠秤哉娜

Hi ,everone.I'm Kady king.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 channel of island,and the area is smaller than California.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 late 1800s when the country emerge from hundreds of years of islation brought on by its rules.Nothing embodies the contrast the tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo.Staying in the capital, a city of 12 million people,you will be able to experienced some of the best shopping,dining, and cultural treasures that 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 Tsukici whole sale fish market,handling seafood for the entile rigion around Tokyo.For to breath the fresh air,plan a daytrip to the iconic Moutain Fuji,located 62 miles southwest to Tokyo.In the Fuji Hakone Izu National park,Fuji is the highest moutain in Japan rising more than 12,000 feet.Although it covered by snow several mounths throughout the year,the secret moutain remains one of Japan's most popular attractions.Just to the south of Fuji,is a natural wonder of a bay,called Seruga.Here,boaters enjoy preste in water conditions ,diverse check out sealife and researches congragate the study this wonderful marine habitats.Above water, the wildlife is no less impressive.Japan also offers the oppotunity to come face-to-face with some amazing animals.Such as Japanese Giant Hornet,or the Japanese Macaque. When you are ready for more urban exploration .Give taditional  Kabuki theatre a try.You best beg for a goood show will come in Kyoto,Osaka,or Tokyo.Japan's traditional theater is known for highly stylise drama and elaborate make-up worn by 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 foliates,you could also buy a ticket for a sit bental or lunchbox.It will be served you in the dining room during the  intermission.
For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts,Japan will disappoint.For ceramics lovers,you will think it died and gone to heaven.Japan both hundreds of famous kilns and many the country's master potters continued the traditional on the island of Kyushu.For hand-made Japanese paper called washi to the centrary's old artive Bunraku Puppetry to the thrill of watching some of Japan's finest athletes competed in the Sumo rangs of Tokyo or Osaka.Japan offers the unite promise of experiencing the past but with one eye always looking towards future.

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Hi ,everone.I'm Kady king.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 channel of island,and the area is smaller than California.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 late 1800s when the country emerge from hundreds of years of islation brought on by its rules.Nothing embodies the contrast the tradition and modernism quite like Tokyo.Staying in the capital, a city of 12 million people,you will be able to experienced some of the best shopping,dining, and cultural treasures that 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 Tsukici whole sale fish market,handling seafood for the entile rigion around Tokyo.For to breath the fresh air,plan a daytrip to the iconic Moutain Fuji,located 62 miles southwest to Tokyo.In the Fuji Hakone Izu National park,Fuji is the highest moutain in Japan rising more than 12,000 feet.Although it covered by snow several mounths throughout the year,the secret moutain remains one of Japan's most popular attractions.Just to the south of Fuji,is a natural wonder of a bay,called Seruga.Here,boaters enjoy preste in water conditions ,diverse check out sealife and researches congragate the study this wonderful marine habitats.Above water, the wildlife is no less impressive.Japan also offers the oppotunity to come face-to-face with some amazing animals.Such as Japanese Giant Hornet,or the Japanese Macaque. When you are ready for more urban exploration .Give taditional  Kabuki theatre a try.You best beg for a goood show will come in Kyoto,Osaka,or Tokyo.Japan's traditional theater is known for highly stylise drama and elaborate make-up worn by 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 foliates,you could also buy a ticket for a sit bental or lunchbox.It will be served you in the dining room during the  intermission.

For those seeking out traditional arts and crafts,Japan will disappoint.For ceramics lovers,you will think it died and gone to heaven.Japan both hundreds of famous kilns and many the country's master potters continued the traditional on the island of Kyushu.For hand-made Japanese paper called washi to the centrary's old artive Bunraku Puppetry to the thrill of watching some of Japan's finest athletes competed in the Sumo rangs of Tokyo or Osaka.Japan offers the unite promise of experiencing the past but with one eye always looking towards future.
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