Mountains like isolated stuff and stuff and then they isolated themselves from the world and stuff and ya and stuff
lot of mountains, lots of Japanese people
how Japans Geography has been good or bad for japan? i am not really sure but some where in japan there is a volcano.
The mountain was high and they were hard to live in but it served as a natral barrier and helped them and they were isolated from the other countries and had no cultural d…iffusion. The sea also helped them and they mainly relied on fish and rice.
If you had to choose one term to describe JapanÕs geography, it would be mountains. Over 7- percent of JapanÕs islands are covered in mountains.
I lived in Japan for 4 years, but im not Asian, and i noticed when i lived there i went through so many earthquakes and its pretty isolated, not attaching to other countries. …Also they over fish.
The geography of Japan shapes its society by isolating the society. Because Japan is an island, it tends to keep the population separated from the rest of the world.
The Japanese islands are covered by mountains, most of them heavily forested, and crisscrossed by short, swift rivers. Only a few of the rivers are navigable. Relatively l…ittle of Japan's land mass is suitable for agriculture -- only about 15 percent, the same land that is also most suitable for living. The population and areas of agriculture are therefore concentrated together.
these nuts in yo mouf
Mt Fuji is one of the physical features and Tokyo bay is another JJA
it influence by its body of water because it made it easier to travel along the coast from island to island
In Japan in WW2
Japan is very mountainous, which creates quite a few effects for the country. The mountains act in a good way because they act as natural barriers against foreign invasions. O…n the other hand, they make for poor agricultural land and Japan then therefore relies on fishing as their main food source.
by their religion and what they believed in
In a strictly world view, the fact that Japan was an isolated archipelago, allowed it to close it's borders during the Tokugawa Shogunate. This helped to greatly strengthen th…e national identity of the Japanese people.