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Informative Book on Japanese World Heritage Sites

Locations significant to Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution were registered as World Cultural Heritage Sites in July. Japan already has four Natural World Heritage Sites and 15 Cultural World Heritage Sites registered, in addition to these nine candidate sites have been placed on the provisional list. “Read about Japan’s World Heritage Sites in simple English” introduces these World Heritage Sites in both Japanese and English. The book is edited by Blue Guide Henshu Bu. Published by Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha. 800 yen.

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