FourFour2, Japan’s largest electric forest grassland, is about to be transformed into a new eco-village, with an eco-tourism company opening a park next year.
According to the Japan Times, Japanese giant Nissan is planning to open a $25 million park in the Grassland National Park, located in the southwestern part of the country.
The park will be named “Echo Forest” after a character in the Japanese animated TV series “The Echo of My Life,” which depicts a young girl’s quest to save the world.
The company hopes to open the park by 2020, but the park is currently in the midst of development and could open in 2019 or 2020.
The park is also home to Japan’s only remaining forest forest.
In fact, the world’s largest forest is home to more than 4 million square kilometers of grassland.
It covers about 5 million square km of the Earth’s surface, according to the World Forest Watch.
“The Grassland is the most important natural park in Japan, covering an area that covers approximately five million square kilometres,” Mitsuharu Matsumoto, chief executive officer of Nissan Forest, said in a statement.
“With this project, we hope to create a green and attractive place to spend time together with other people.”
The park, located about 45 kilometers from Tokyo, is also known for its lush green forests, and the area was considered one of the world’ most green areas before it was invaded by industrial development in the early 1990s.
The area has since become home to an increasing number of tourists, many of whom visit the area for their vacations.
Japan’s first eco-park, Tokyo Forest, opened in 2003, and it was named one of “Worlds 10 Best Green Parks” by Travel + Leisure magazine.
According to the group, the park attracts over 2 million visitors per year.
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