Similar twins? Japan and New Zealand
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Similar twins? Japan and New Zealand

by Kotaro Shigeta
(Koiwa, Tokyo)

Map of New Zealand

Map of New Zealand

I have not been to New Zealand.

But even when I was small, and a global map was seen, I thought "New Zealand resembles Japan." It was the time when I was a junior high school student.

Mr. Byrne, my English teacher, came from New Zealand.

I inquired, "Does New Zealand also think that its form resembles Japan?" He said "We also consider so. And Mount Cook bears a strong resemblance to Mt. Fuji in Japan."

I would like to visit New Zealand, like a twin's brother, once very much.

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