Tuesday, March 21, 2023

5 facts about Japan, this country has the largest number of vending machines in the world

Japan is a country located in the eastern part of the Asian continent. The capital city of Japan is Tokyo. Japan is one of the developed countries of the world. This is evidenced by the number of vending machines (business Machine) which is found in Japan and makes it one of the most abundant in the world.

Japan has a variety of facts and specialties that can only be found in this country. Customize from page big seven journey Following are 5 facts about Japan.

1. Tokyo Metropolitan is the world’s most densely populated urban area

The Tokyo City metropolitan area comprises the Kant region of Japan which includes Tokyo Metropolis, Kanagawa Prefecture, Chiba, Saitama, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma and Yamanashi Prefectures. Tokyo Metropolitan is home to approximately 38 million people. This makes it the most populous metropolitan area in the world.

2. There are many vending machines in Japan (business Machine) highest in the world

There are about 5.5 million vending machines in Japan (about 1 for every 50 people). This makes Japan the country with the largest number of vending machines in the world. Almost all items are sold in this vending machine.

3. Japan Has Many Active Volcanoes

Japan has 108 active volcanoes which account for about 1/10 of all active volcanoes in the world. Mount Aso is the largest active volcano in Japan and also the largest in the world.

Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and is also a volcano. This volcano last erupted in 1707.

4. Hanami (flower viewing) is an old tradition

Cherry blossoms are an important part of Japanese culture. People celebrate cherry blossom season with a Hanami party under the trees.

Many friends and family gather in this season to see the cherry blossoms and celebrate the arrival of spring. Flowers also symbolize hope and new beginnings.

5. The world’s northernmost living monkey lives in this country

The Japanese monkey or snow monkey is the northernmost non-human primate. They live on the three main islands of Japan, Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu. As the name suggests they live in snowy areas where they sleep in deciduous trees so that snow does not fall on them.

These were 5 facts about Japan. How, are you interested in visiting this country?

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