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oliviaspellman
2016-04-18 21:08:51
How did geography most affect early Japan? Proximity to China meant that Chinese invaders frequently conquered parts of Japan. Much of Japan was too mountainous to farm, so people settled in river valleys and along the coast. A cold climate made farming difficult, so most early Japanese turned to fishing for food. Frequent tsunamis forced the early Japanese to stay away from the sea.
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georgehi
2016-04-18 22:40:36

much of japan was too mountainous to farm, so people settled in river valleys and along the coast hope this helps :D

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