To most Westerners, the far east can be a very exotic with an air of mystery. It is located within the center of Europe, and shares borders with Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and also the Netherlands, too because the North Sea. Many people believe this because Japan is surrounded by the ocean and because it was long cut off from your remaining portion of the world.
The region was impacted under the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648) which caused a split into numerous principalities, and later governing influence through the Austrian Habsburg Monarchy as well as the Kingdom of Prussia. Fuji is classified being an active stratovolcano, or composite volcano. The end of the war d a split of Germany into two parts: the West (Federal Republic of Germany) as well as the East (German Democratic Republic). Part of this could be traced to the contrasting cultures of Japan and also the United States, while other differences are rooted in disparate management philosophies.