Executive Summary: The Opera House In Japan

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The Opera House has unique architecture with shell or windy sail structure, this is the symbol of kangaroos land and one of the wonders of modern world. The Sydney Opera House was formally opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1973, it has 1,000 rooms and 5 theaters. Every year, there are more than 2,000,000 people attending about 3,000 performances here. Located in famous Sydney Harbor, the building and the surrounding scenery have been making a unique image for Australia. Annually, on the occasion of major festivals or New Year, fireworks display here always impressed millions of people in the world.

New Year: 1/1
Lunar New Year: 30/12 to 9/1 in Lunar Calendar (27/1 to 5/2 in Solar Calendar)
Harbin International Ice
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This is the active volcano and the highest mountain in Japan with absolute height: 3.776m. The mountain is located in central of Honshu Island, stretching from Shizuoka province to Yamanashi province, southwest of Tokyo. Fuji mountain peaks covered with snow year-round, creating a majestic and magnificent beauty. There are 5 large freshwater lakes at the bottom of the mountain: Kawaguchi, Yamanaka, Sai, Motosu and Shoji. Together with Ashi Lake nearby, they created a beautiful landscape for the mountain. This is a part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Nowadays, it has become fun adventure of tourists around the world. It is estimated that each year, about 300,000 adventurous believers come to conquer Fuji.

Hung Kings Commemorations: 10/3 in Lunar Calendar (6/4 in Solar Calendar)
Songkran Festival (Traditional Tet in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar): 13 to 15/4
Spring Festival in Takayama (Japan): 14 to 15/4
Hue Festival: 28/4 to 2/5
Buckwheat season in Cao Bang: April to May
Wisteria sinensis season in Japan: April to May
World cherry blossoms season


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