Let's visit some more international pavilions, shall we?
Japan: Side by side with some of the world's most advanced microscopes and industrial machines are charming evidences of the quiet rural Japan of a century ago. Judo tournaments, fashion shows and dance programs are held on an outdoor stage. There are also a restaurant, a snack bar and a roof garden that serves Japanese beer. Where do they sell cool Japanese tin toys?
A proposed French pavilion was never built, but there was one for "The Pavilion of Paris and French Industry". It looks sort of unfinished here, maybe it was just modern and minimalist. Gaily colored flags of the French provinces hang from the walls in this privately sponsored pavilion. Parisian boutiques sell perfumes, gourmet foods and other luxury items for which the city is famous. A kiosk carries French newspapers and paperback books, and an art gallery sells original oils.
The Sky Ride passes right over Korea's pavilion! The pavilion houses products of Korea's rebuilt industries and displays of the nation's artistic and cultural past. Waitresses dressed in flowing silk robes serve the delicacies of a cuisine that dates back more than 2,000 years