３F South Floor Map
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Nature of the Japanese Islands
On the Japanese Islands, with their complex and unique geological history, numerous species have repeatedly appeared, flourished, and become extinct. The evidence of these past lives entombed in layers of rock tells of this dynamic and changing history, from the time the Japanese land mass first split away from the continental margin to when it formed an archipelago.
Nature and Seasons of the Japanese Islands
1.Nature of the Japanese Islands from North to South
2.Japan's Bountiful SeasFeatures of the Seas Around Japan
Kuroshio Current (Temperate Zone)
Kuroshio Current (Subtropical Zone)
The Japan Sea
Oyashio Current (Subarctic Zone)
3.Active Japanese Islands