This is the Imperial Palace Gardens which is a historic garden used to protect the remains of the Edo Castle. Although the Palace is off limits for visitors, you may still walk along the Palace's East Gardens. Along the trail, you will see beautiful ponds with water lilies and in the center of the garden, is a bridge where you can walk out, and admire the gardens. Another reason to go in March is because that's when the flowerbeds are in bloom, it creates a really extraordinary sight.
One of Japan's specialties is sushi as shown in the picture
Restaurants in Japan are both cheap and expensive (if you're willing to go the extra step for a better quality of food.)
These specialties from Japan are delicious and it especailly tastes good because it's from the place it originated from! Not here in America!
This is the Japan Metropolitan Government building in Tokyo
Japan's government is a Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy. That means that the authority has power but limited power due to a written or unwritten constitution.
Japan has an Emperor and a Prime Minister. The Emperor of Japan is Akihito and the Prime minister is Shinzō Abe
Shinzō Abe was ruled as Prime Minister of Japan in 2012. He is one of the longest running Prime Ministers. He is the President of the Liberal Democratic Party.
The freedom rate in Japan 69.66%