No, Hawaii is far smaller than the islands of Japan.
Japan is 4108 miles from Hawaii. The average flight time from Japan to Hawaii is 8 hours and 28 minutes.
It is 3850miles
Roughly about 3,900 miles.
no you cannot see japan from Hawaii
A 8.9 earthquake struck off the coast of Japan on March 11, 2011. The huge quake causes waves to spread across the ocean as far as Hawaii and the West coast of America.
The distance from Hawaii to Japan in kilometers is 6278.0509440km
Japan it is the size of Montana
Closer to Japan than what? China is closer than Hawaii is. To the United States mainland? The answer is Hawaii is closer because the distance in miles between Hawaii and Japan are: 3,901 miles and the distance between America and Japan is: 5481 miles
Hawaii moves 4" every year, closes to Japan.
there are volcanos b/c there is a volcano where hawaii and japan are and b.c it getts hot in japan and in hawaii it takes it upto the volcanos and then it erups that makes my the hotness it is where hawaii and jaap is that the volcanos take in from how hot it is
Hawaii is much closer to California than to Japan. It is about 1/3 of the way from the US to Japan.
what island is closer to philippines is it japan autralia or hawaii
It isn't The volcanic activity in Hawaii is unrelated to the volcanic activity in Japan.
Yes, you can get From Hawaii to Japan. I recommend for you to take a plane there, because it will only take about a day or two.
Hawaii is about 2414 km (1500 miles) closer to California than it is to Japan.
like 5680 something km more than twice as far as the distance to the US which is 2600 km i think.
As far as the U.S.A., Japan bombed the Pearl Harbor Naval Base on December 7th, 1941, at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States of America.
3,092.8333 years until Japan and Hawaii are one huge piece of land mass.
The flight distance from Okinawa, Japan to Honolulu, Hawaii is 4,655 miles / 7,491 km
Hawaii Life - 2013 Life Swap from Japan to Hawaii 1-6 was released on: USA: 17 February 2013
So far I only know Malaysia, China Thiland and I think Hawaii and some of western U.S.A.
"apprx. five billion years" Is not even close. There are 63,360 inches in a mile. If Hawaii is moving 4 inches per year closer to Japan it would take 15,840 years for Hawaii to travel one mile. Japan is approximately 4,000 miles from Hawaii depending on what points you are measuring from and whether you ar talking natuical miles. The best approximation would be 63,360,000 years for Hawaii to reach Japan (This is asuming that Japan is not shifting either closer to or farther from Hawaii).