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Japan is famous for it healing and relaxing hotsprings! A single visit can take away the stress!

Mori Tower is a 54-story high-rise building housing an art museum, a cinema complex, restaurants, cafes, stores, the offices of Barclays Capital, Ferrari Japan, Goldman Sachs, TV Asahi, J-WAVE,Konami, Rakuten, Livedoor, Yahoo! Japan, salesforce.com, and the Grand Hyatt Tokyo. The Pokémon Company has its headquarters in the Mori Tower. The first six levels of Mori Tower contain retail stores and restaurants. The top six floors house the Mori Art Museum and the Tokyo City View with panoramic views of the city. A new exit fromRoppongi Station empties into a glass atrium filled with large television screens and escalators, as well as several shops and restaurants.


SHINAGAWA PRINCE HOTELShinagawa is the south entrance to Tokyo. The Shinagawa Prince Hotel, which is in front of Shinagawa Station, has good access to Narita Airport, Haneda Airport, Big Site, and the Tokyo Forum, as well as movie theaters, bowling, the Epson Shinagawa Aqua Stadium, tennis, golf, swimming pools and other entertainment facilities. From business to sightseeing, this is an entertainment hotel that guests can enjoy in many ways.

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Cool Things to know - Japan's population is over 126 million- Capital City is Tokyo- One official language: Japanese - Developed Nation- Japan has the largest share in the world market in the fields of electronic, science and technology. It spends the biggest budget for research in these fields. That accounts for more than $130 billion USD - Medical care and law enforcement are top class- A Visa is required travel to Japan

Mt. FujiElevation: 12,388 feet (3.776 meters)Location: Honshu Island, Japan, AsiaCoordinates: 35.358 N / 138.731 WFirst Ascent: Thought to be a monk in 663 AD

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