Japanese Archipelago

NOUN
  1. a string of more than 3,000 islands to the east of Asia extending 1,300 miles between the Sea of Japan and the western Pacific Ocean
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How To Use Japanese Archipelago In A Sentence

  • The Japanese archipelago is located on the so-called Pacific Rim of Fire, a large active volcanic and tectonic zone ringing North and South America, Asia and island arcs in Southeast Asia.
  • Hope to go out from the porthole, have alert:dy seen the sea water of last deep blue in the ground, and Japanese archipelago of probably outline.
  • Meanwhile, Okinawa is the place to go for diving. At the southernmost end of the Japanese archipelago, the en tire prefecture lies in the subtropics.
  • It is a shocking event that reminds people of some more basic risks that may threaten the economies of the densely-populated and seismically vulnerable Japanese archipelago.
  • At the southernmost end of the Japanese archipelago, the en tire prefecture lies in the subtropics.
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