This book takes you on a tour of Japan, visiting each prefecture and telling a short story from that area. The book is set out with one page per prefecture. There are 47 stories in total. The top part of the page contains the story, and the bottom part some reading comprehension questions. This book is aimed at children in Grades 1 and 2 of primary school.
As far as I can see there is no ebook.
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Map of Japan: What are prefectures?
Hokkaido: Where you can meet wild animals
Aomori: The lively Nebuta Festival
Iwate: The jagged rias coast
Miyagi: Delicious rice and Hitomebore
Akita: Are Namahage scary?
Yamagata: Cherries, a favorite
Fukushima: The secret of Goshiki-numa
Ibaraki: Natto, a healthy food
Tochigi: Monkeys in Nikko
Gunma: Konjac, a refreshing snack
Saitama: Soka senbei, a popular snack
Chiba: Japan’s sky landmarks
Tokyo: Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Sky Tree
Yokohama Niigata Prefecture: The time of the natural age
Toyama Prefecture: What is a Shinkiro?
A lively morning market Ishikawa
Fukui Prefecture Echizen crab, a winter treat
Yamanashi Prefecture Grapes, not pears
Nagano Prefecture: Cool summer air
Gifu Prefecture: Gashouzukuri no ie
Shizuoka Prefecture: Eighty-eight nights of tea gathering
Aichi Prefecture: Golden shachihoko and three heroes
Mie Prefecture: Shinju no hihitsu
Shiga Prefecture: Shigaraki tanuki
Kyoto Prefecture: A thousand years of Owarai and Takoyaki (octopus dumplings)
Hyogo prefecture: Tansei cider
Nara Prefecture: The Great Buddha and the Deer
Wakayama Prefecture: Ume, Ume!
Tottori Prefecture: What is Sakyu?
Shimane: Shijimi clams from Lake Shinji
Okayama: Momotaro and kibidango
Yamaguchi: Akiyoshidai and Akiyoshido Cave
Tokushima: What’s awaodori?
Kagawa Prefecture: Delicious Sanuki Udon
Ehime Prefecture: The Kingdom of Mandarin Oranges
Kochi Prefecture: Katsuo no Ippon Zuri
Fukuoka Prefecture: Study Goddess
Saga Prefecture: Ariake Sea Nori and Mutugoro
Nagasaki Prefecture: Secrets of Castella
Kumamoto Prefecture: What is Igusa?
Oita Prefecture: A lot of onsen!
Miyazaki Prefecture: Tropical mangoes
Kagoshima Prefecture: Sweet potatoes for snacks
Okinawa Prefecture: The beautiful sea and Shisa (sea squirts)