Japan is a country that most people think is almost the same as China. I want to see if that is correct.
Let’s compare a few things.
China’s geography varies quite a bit. From the famous Himalayan mountain range, to the Gobi desert and its many river valleys and large coastline.
Japan has a lot of Island (6,852 to be precise), but only about 430 of them are inhabited. Since Japan has so many islands, tsunamis are a big threat. Japan also has a famous geographical feature, it is called Mount Fuji.
China’s main religion is Buddhism, but there are quite a few other religions practiced (Taoism, Confucianism etc.).
China doesn’t have an Emperor any more, but Japan still does. His name is Akihito.
Japanese people eat a lot of sushi , rice, soup and stuff like that.
Some of the Chinese food staples are rice, noodles , vegetables, soy beans, and wheat.
Well, in some ways these two countries are alike, but not in others. I guess that not everything can be the same, because then the world would be pretty boring.
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