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May 9, 2014

Tourist Attractions of Japan

Filed under: student presentations — richardlstansfield @ 2:29 am

Hello everyone. We are Group 1. My name is —. And my name is —. We both in deparment of Japanese studies. Today, we prepared about Tourist attractions of Japan for presentation.

Japan is famous country between tourists, because of its nice attractions. Beautiful sightseeing, unique traditions, shopping quarters and restable places attract tourists.

First, there is world famous festival in Hokkaido’s winter. It is snow festival. This festival is held every Feburary in Sapporo. There are many statues made of snow and ice. Many people visits Sapporo, when festival held. And they enjoy festival during a week.

Second, Japan has its unique tradition. If you go to Japan, you can see Many places are preserving interesting cultural architectures. Kyoto is most popular area of traditional area. Kyoto was the old capital city of Japan. So there was many temples and houses. Today’s capital city is Tokyo, but Japan Government didn’t redevelope Kyoto. It made Kyoto to tourist city.
There is temple named of Kinkakuji, is one of the most famous temple. Because it is plated by gold.

Next, if you want to rest, there are nice spas in Japan. Kyushu abd Hokkaido is famous for a lot of spas.
There is a villige, kurokawa which is consist of spa in Kyushu. And the famous spa of Noboribetsu is placed on Hokkaido.

We can’t except shopping when we went trip. In fact, Many people visits Japan to spending their money on shopping. Ginza in Tokyo, is popular shopping quarter. In Ginza, tourists can see many stores are sell a name brand.

Thank you for listen, and have a good day.

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