The Japan pavilion is made up of buildings surrounding a courtyard. The entrance to the courtyard features a Japanese Goju-no-to pagoda inspired by a shrine built at Nara in 700 A.D.
It's five stories symbolize sky, water, earth, wind and fire.
A Torii gate decorates the water in front of the pavilion. The area is filled with Japanese pools and gardens.
At the end of the courtyard is the gate to a Japanese castle, including a moat, which leads into a display of Japanese culture.
The Mitsukoshi department store sells Japanese clothing, jewelry, and toys.