1 Pertemuan ke 12 Daerah Kantou Matakuliah: N0572/Image of Japan Tahun: 2006 Versi: versi revisi.
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1 Pertemuan ke 12 Daerah Kantou Matakuliah: N0572/Image of Japan Tahun: 2006 Versi: versi revisi
2 Learning Outcomes Pada akhir pertemuan ini, diharapkan mahasiswa akan mampu : Menarik kesimpulan tentang kondisi budaya dan letak geografis di daerah Tohoku melalui pref. Akita, Yamagata, Miyagi dan Fukushima
3 Tohoku August in Tohoku During the first week of August, a few of the Japan's major summer festivals are held in the Tohoku region in northern Japan (Aomori, Akita, Iwate, Yamagata, Miyagi, and Fukushima Prefectures). Besides the Big Three Tohoku festivals--the Aomori Nebuta MatsuriAkita Kanto Matsuri, and Sendai Tanabata Matsuri--the Hirosaki Neputa Matsuri and Yamagata Hanagasa Matsuri are also major festivals well worth seeing.
4 Tohoku The Tohoku (lit. "North East") Region consists of six prefectures in the north of Japan's largest island Honshu. The Tohoku region is well known for its countryside, mountains, lakes, high quality rice and rough winters.
5 Tohoku Tōhoku Shinkansen ( 東北新幹線 ) is a high-speed rail line, connecting Tokyo with Hachinohe in Aomori Prefecture for a total length of 593 km, Japan's longest Shinkansen line. It runs through the more sparsely populated Tōhoku Region of Japan's main island Honshu. It has two spur lines, Yamagata Shinkansen and Akita Shinkansen, not shown on the map. The line is operated by East Japan Railway Company.Tokyo HachinoheAomori PrefectureTōhoku RegionHonshuYamagata Shinkansen Akita ShinkansenEast Japan Railway Company
6 Tohoku extension from Hachinohe to Aomori is under construction and is scheduled for completion around 2010. From Aomori, construction is underway to continue the line under the name Hokkaido Shinkansen, passing through the world's longest railway tunnel, the Seikan Tunnel to Shin-Hakodate on Hokkaido, and eventually all the way to Sapporo.Aomori Hokkaido ShinkansenSeikan TunnelShin-HakodateHokkaidoSapporo