Me and my mate shouldn't have tried to redpill those American tourists we met in the City of London on the "trans agenda" this weekend, it could've gone so wrong
Tokyo (35.6762° N) is as south as Latakia in Syria (35.54071° N). And Okinawa (26.3344° N) is as south as Luxor in Egypt (25.6872° N). Even the most northern point of Japan, Cape Soya (45.5229° N), is only a little more north than Genoa in Italy (44.4056° N). Japan and Korea are not very northern countries at all. More like Mediterranean.
Never would have thought.
Kinda weird to study world by latitudes and longitudes. @Apollo put me onto this and it's been very interesting eversince. For example, I always pictured the Korean Peninsula as very "north" since it's "Northeast Asia" but in reality it's about as north as Greece and Turkey. Seoul's latitude is 37.5665° N while Athens' latitude is 37.9838° N. Very comparable. So the Korean peninsula and most of Japan isn't much more north than the Mediterranean. Never would have thought.