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Question 1: The climate in Niigata City is characterized by its high ________ and strong winds from the Sea of Japan.
HumidityWeather forecastingPrecipitation (meteorology)Water vapor

Question 2: With a long history as a port town, Niigata became a free port following the ________.
BakumatsuMeiji RestorationEdo periodMeiji period

Question 3: According to the ________, a fortress was built in the area in AD 647.
KojikiInari OkamiNihon ShokiJapanese dragon

Question 4: Niigata also used to be the terminus of the Mangyongbong-92 ferry, one of the direct connections between Japan and ________.
North KoreaKorean People's NavyKorean PeninsulaSouth Korea

Question 5: Over 690 people exhibited symptoms of ________ and the outbreak became known as Niigata Minamata disease.
PoisonMinamata diseaseMercury poisoningOntario Minamata disease

Question 6: Big Swan Stadium in Niigata City hosted three games during the ________.
2002 FIFA World Cup squads2002 FIFA World Cup knockout stageFIFA World Cup goalscorers2002 FIFA World Cup

Question 7: The port also served as a valuable base for fishermen who roamed as far north as the ________ to catch salmon and other fish.
Brown BearKamchatka PeninsulaRussiaKuril Islands

Question 8: Niigata (新潟市 Niigata-shi ?) is the capital and the most populous city of Niigata Prefecture, ________.
CanadaUnited KingdomJapanCambodia

Question 9: It lies on the northwest coast of Honshū, the largest island of Japan, and faces the Sea of Japan and ________.
Niigata, NiigataSado, NiigataNiigata PrefectureNagaoka, Niigata

Question 10:
  • ________ play at Big Swan Stadium
    Urawa Red DiamondsVegalta SendaiVentforet KofuAlbirex Niigata


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