The more it rains, the amount of water naturally increases, doesn’t it?
The roots of trees absorb lots of water, then store them underground.
Also, because they are always flowing, they don’t have much soil or dirt in them.
In Alignment with the Senior Syllabus & the Japanese Language Proficiency Test
みたいlike, resembling (N4)
Vばconditional form; If (N4)
そうだIt looks like ….. (N4)
N3 vocabulary ちか・ほうふ・おかげ・わきでる
Cultural note from the author
Natural water in Japan is known to be clean. Various water sources referred to in this book demonstrate this fact. This book assists readers in learning how natural resources, namely rain, snow, and mountains have positive effects on existing clean water in this modern era. Please enjoy not only reading the story, but also immersing yourself in the beauty of natural water in Japan.