Japan is an East Asian island nation. It is located in the northwest Pacific Ocean, with the Sea of Japan to the west 

Japan to the west  and the Sea of Okhotsk to the north, as well as the East China Sea and Taiwan to the south. 

Japan is home to the world's oldest corporation. Kongo Gumi, incorporated in 578, is the oldest known running industry. It specialises in temple and shrine construction. 

Japan's workforce has been falling steadily since 2011, owing mostly to low birth rates, which some attribute to high childcare costs and the difficulty of obtaining well-paying employment. 

Japan has the largest density of vending machines in the world, with 5 million devices. Batteries, ramen, sake, and umbrellas are all on the menu.  

Nowadays, farmers prepare crown melon fruit carefully and by hand, which are very attractive to look at. Crown melons are one of the most well-known varieties and can cost more than $200 each.

Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, known for its tuna bids, was the world's largest wholesale meat and fish market. A segment of it shifted to a new location in Toyosu in 2018. 

This gourmet brew is only cultivated on tiny family-run estates at heights of above 7000 feet and has gentle flavours without the bitterness seen in other coffees. 

Male geishas, also known as taikomochi and houkan, were type of jesters. Women — previously known as geiko — "arts kid" — did not outnumber the working taikomochi until 25 years after their glorious days. 

This steep area has over 100 active volcanoes, accounting for around 10% of the world's active volcanoes; the scenery is ideal for skiing and roaming. 

The country's placement across three tectonic plates known as the "Pacific Ring of Fire" causes earthquakes to occur more often. Every year, over 1500 earthquakes impact Japan. 

Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, also known as Sagano Bamboo Grove, is Japan's most famous bamboo forest, located on the outskirts of Kyoto. 

The Asakusa Temple is a Shinto shrine in Tokyo, Japan's Asakusa area. It is also known as Sanja-Sama and is one of the city's most well-known Shinto shrines. 

The flowering sakura cherry trees tree is a traditional sign of Spring in Japan. To make this pleasant aroma, we've delicately mixed rhubarb, clove, cinnamon 

and other herbs and spices to conjure images of spring days. The rhubarb provides a delightful tartness to the dish, which awakens the senses. 

It is one of the fastest trains in japan as well as the world, capable of running at a speed of 360 kmph, a new record achieved during a test run in 2019.