The climates of Japan and the Philippines are different because Japan is located in the temperate zone and the Philippines are in the tropical zone. Thus Japan has 4 seasons like the USA. Japan has snow in the winter as example and the Philippines have warm weather year round.
Japan's climate is cold and expiriencing snow,while philippines climate is hot that's why it is expiriencing long summer and drought
Actually japan did not colonized Philippines japan invaded Philippines for fuels
Japan is bigger than Philippines.
Japan is South-West of the Philippines.
The climate of Japan is not similar to the climate of the Philippines because Japan is much further north than the Philippines.
The Philippines are tropical, and unfortunately they do not get snow. Instead, what would be snow hits the warm climate and changes to a cold rain.
The climates of japan and philippines is different
There is no snow in the Philippines because it is a hot, tropical country that is located near the equator. That plus the lack of any mountains that are high enough to get snow means that it just never gets cold enough for snow in the Philippines.
c0mpare the climate of japan and philippines are they similar or diffirent
The Philippines is a VERY HOT COUNTRY! It is located near the equator so no, the Philippines does not get any snow. Philippines is a tropical country, located above the equator. Because of this, Philippines do not get any snow. There are only two seasons in tropical countries like the Philippines; rainy and sunny.
No it is to the North of the Philippines.
The year that japan took over the Philippines was 1942!
Japan, by far.
Mount Usu is a volcano in japan that has snow on it. Hope that helps!
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japan have ukiyo-e and philippines have weaving
No. They don't have the same climate. But during summers in Japan, the climate is similar to Philippines.
The US did not acquire the Philippines from Japan, but from Spain. During World War 2 Japan occupied the Philippines, among other places, but were expelled by military force as part of the war.
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