Japan Natural Environment

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Japan Climate 
Kyoto, Kansai Region, Japan
Kyoto is a stunning city with a timeless charm, where you aren't overwhelmed by the newness and high-tech bustle you encounter in Tokyo, my one bit of advice is really take a look at the weather before you go. I went in August (it was a school trip for a competition so there wasn't really an  option)  and  it was 90 degrees or  more the whole time we were there and it  was cicada season. Still, it was an amazing  trip and I'd recommend it for anyone. 
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Kesennuma, Tōhoku Region, Japan
Kesennuma is a great place for fish, especially sashimi. As it's by the sea, it can get chilly even in the summer months.
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Miyazaki, Kyushu Region, Japan
This is my hometown famous for its warm climate and the beauty of nature. While you can enjoy swimming in the sea in summer, there is the southest ski ground in Japan. Its beautiful coast line has been attracting many travellers. Takachiho district, the north west part of Miyazaki prefecture, is well known as The Home of Japanese Myth. There is the most beautiful water fall I've ever heard, Takachiho-kyo. Many professional sports clubs of Japan and Korea do spring training in Miyazaki. In addition, there is a famous golf tournament, Pheonix Open, in which Tiger Woods participate annually. If I have to mention the bad aspect of this city, it's lack of public transpotation. I recommend you to rent a car to travel around.
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Eno-shima, Japan
Good gosh, don't go on a rainy day. If you have one day, hope for the best, cause well, I didn't get the good weather, and wow does it know how to rain over there. The deer even knew to take cover under the buildings. So you'll miss a lot of the island, which should take a day to check out if you have nice weather. So just try to get a good day!
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Tokyo, Kantō Region, Japan
get your cash exhanged in canada, they charge you an arm and leg in Japan If you travel during July/August expect high temperatures and humidity--pack accordingly bowing is a sign of respect, always bow the city is very busy and congested, privacy is a luxurery
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