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Which Japanese City Should You Live In?
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Whether you are going to surround yourself with beauty and ancient history or you want to see where your favorite manga and anime were inspired, there are countless reasons to want to move to Japan. Made of 6,852 islands, with buildings and roads older than many countries, Japan is an incredibly unique country to explore and learn about. Its fantastic industrial opportunities make it a prosperous place to live, and its many areas of beauty and elegance create an incomparable sophistication. 

It is no doubt that living in Japan would be an enjoyable experience, but which experience is right for you? Do you crave the innovations of a booming economy? Maybe you would prefer to live in the heart of the party. With so many experiences to offer, choosing just one city in Japan as your home can be difficult. Some cities have vast open spaces, and others have cultivated the art of simple living spaces. Certain areas encourage preserved architecture, and others are more worried about their buildings holding up to earthquakes. There is so much variety in Japan; it is hard to know where you need to be. Don't worry: this quiz can help!

From the hustle and bustle of Tokyo to the spectacular sophistication of Kyoto, this quiz will help you find the Japanese city your heart desires. 

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