Sea of Japan
The Sea of Japan or the East Sea is located in the western part of the Pacific Ocean. It extends from the east to the islands of Honshu, Kyushu and Hekkaido and the Russian island of Sakhalin, and from the west to the Korean Peninsula and Russia. The sea has an area of 978,000 km. Its average depth is 1752 meters, although its maximum depth reaches 3742 meters. The Sea of Japan is oval, stretching from southwest to northeast, from the north with a latitude of approximately 51 degrees. It is limited from the north .
The Sea of Japan is a semi-closed sea and the only way to connect them is through the narrow straits called the Korean Strait to the China Sea. The most important ports in Japan are Yokohama and Japan. Due to the mountainous nature of Japan, about 68% of this country is made up of mountains. This mountainousness is one of the tourist attractions of this country.
Japan Floating Airport
Japan, which is called the Archipelago of Japan, is one of the largest economic powers in the world. Due to its mountainous country, they face a shortage of soil. It is the most populous country in the world. Despite its mountainous region, it attracts many tourists. To solve the problem of tourists, they need several airports, but Japan, with its seas and water resources, including the Sea of Japan, solves this problem well. Due to the limited soil there, the Japanese have decided to solve the airport problem by building an airport on the sea. They have built several airports and runways on the sea.
Japan has about 6,000 islands, each of which is different in shape and size, but about 400 of them are habitable, which is one of the most important cities in the country. On the other hand, the island is also home to foreign and domestic tourists. Tsushima
The island is an important part of the Greater Japan Archipelago, located between Japan and the Korean Peninsula, which is divided into two parts by the Manzekisto and Ofankoshisto Canals, which, despite being 40 miles long, is home to about 100 small islands. The title of the park is protectedOkinawa Island
It is the largest and least populated island in Japan, but the smallest of Japan’s five largest islands. Okinawa Island is considered important because of the last major battle that took place during World War II. The island is confined to 65 miles of turquoise waters of the Pacific Ocean.