Case Study Japan (Industry) 2
Test yourself on industrial Japan and see if you can get full marks.

Case Study Japan (Industry) 2

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Japan is one of the largest producers of cars in the world. Japan has a large industrial capacity and is home to some of the largest, leading and most technologically advanced producers of motor vehicles, electronic equipment and machine tools.

Have a go at our second Geography quiz on the Industry of Japan.

1.
In Japan there is growing opposition to what?
HEP stations
Large industrial estates
Nuclear power stations
Tourists
It can be a dangerous form of power
2.
Why does Japan have a trade surplus?
It exports more than it imports
It has a large fleet of tankers
It imports expensive materials
It imports more than it exports
3.
How can Japan's farming best be described?
Extensive
Intensive
Primitive
Subsistence
No land is wasted as there is very little flat land
4.
Which problem has not been caused by industry?
Air and water pollution
Destruction of natural habitats
Loss of farmland
Tidal waves
5.
Japan's industrial growth began with the making of what?
Cars
Clothing
Ships
Steel
Steel was used to build ships to import raw materials
6.
The Kurobe River is home to a major scheme for what?
Fish farming
Hydro electric power
Rice growing
Whaling for beginners
The river is fast flowing in a mountainous region
7.
Traditionally, Japan has imported most oil from where?
Middle East
Russia
USA
Venezuela
e.g. Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates
8.
Which is not a reason for building nuclear power stations on the coast?
Raw materials imported easily
Safer in the case of nuclear accidents
Strong winds coming off the sea
Water needed for cooling
9.
What is the least important location factor for Japanese industry?
A skilled workforce
Low, flat land
Near to sources of energy
Sheltered deepwater ports
Energy is least important as a lot is imported
10.
Which is Japan's most important trading partner?
Australia
China
UK
USA
Author:  Jan Crompton

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