Friday, August 1, 2008

Typical Japanese landscape 3

Typical Japanese landscape 3

Most of the Japanese population is concentrated on the coastal strip that goes from Tokyo, through Nagoya, on to Osaka, Hiroshima, and kitakyushu. There was a conscious policy of the Japanese government after WWII to concentrate industry on theis strip where the factories and refineries were closest to the ports that imported the raw materials.


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