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Japan
日本国 (Japanish)
Nippon-koku or Nihon-koku
Japaneseflag
Flag
Landsong
Kimigayo 君が代 (His Richly Highness's Rede)
Headstead
(and Biggest stead)
Eastheadstead
Other Tungs Japanish, Ainu, Okinawish
Folkthedes Japanish, Ainu, Okinawish
Inborn name Nihongo/Nippongo
Lawmoot
- Caser
- Firstthane
Kingsfolk Ledeweard
Naruhito
Shinzo Abe
Reeving body
- Upper House
- Lower House
Land-Moot
House of Lords
House of Selectmen
Landswathe 145,936 miles²
Ledescore
- In full
- Huddlemete
(2013)
126,860,000
882.7 miles²
Full Homeland Output
- In full
- By fellow
2017 guessing:
$5.1 foursand
$40,408
Yield ¥ (JPY)

Japan or Dawnland (English: Japan, Greater Anglish: Dawnland, Japanish: 日本, Nihon, Nippon, Root of the Sun; other names inhold じっぽん, Jippon, 和, Wa, or 大和, Yamato) is an itune in the Frithful Highsea, east of China and Korea, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to Taiwan in the south. Japan's name in Chinish tokens is often overset as "Land of the Rising Sun", and comes as one of the easternmost rikes in the world. It is made of over 6,000 ilands, the main 4 of which are Hokkaidō, Honshū, Shikoku, and Kyūshū.

LandloreEdit

Most of Japan's ilands are hilly, among them Firebarrows, (highest peak: Fuji Barrow). The land is given to molten rock outflows, earthquakes, and tidewaves. Woodland makes up some 7/10ths of the land, with only a few steads fit for farming. Beside this rugged landscape, it is one of the most huddled lands in the world: its revetown, Tōkyō, is the world's greatest, with over thirty micklered indwellers. The land has a wet loftlay with four yeartides; rain falls heavily in the Forelithe throughout the ilands. The north-west has some of the world's heaviest snowfalls in the winter from cold damp winds blowing over from Siberia.

FolkEdit

Japan has only one folkstock, with only a few Chinish and Korish outlanders. The far north is home to the arland Ainu folk, although only a few Ainu speakers are left. Japanish is the rikish tung. Although not akin to Chinish, Japanish is written with rune tokens orded from China. The two most treaded worships are the homeborn Shintō, and the Bhuddish faith, brought over from China awhile the 5th yearhundred. Japan has among the longest-living folk in the world.

RikecraftEdit

It is a Lawbound Kingdom with a kine-rede and a chosen Lawmoot (one of the oldest in Asia). The lawmoot has nearly always been held by the Freebeing-Folkmightish Mootband. The kingdom is dealt among 47 greatshires.

LandgeldEdit

Japan has the third-greatest landgeld in the world by buying might (next greatest on namewordly ground) and one of the world's leading workly kiths. It is the world's fourth greatest outseller and fifth greatest inbuyer of goods.

CraftEdit

Among Japan crafts are:

  • Bunraku (a kind of play with dolls)
  • Eastern litwriting
  • Bloomsetting
  • Haiku (a kind of leeth)
  • Kabuki (a kind of play)
  • Mealwork
  • Noh (a kind of play)
  • The Teaway

EretideEdit

In the days before writing the ilands were dwelt upon by the Jōmon and Yayoi folk. The Jōmon may have been the forefathers of the Ainu, who now live only in the northernmost herns of the ilands. Slowly the folk became a kith led by overlords who were said to be ervers of the sun goddess Amaterasu.

Beginning in the 500s, Japan took up many Chinish trends, like their ways of writing and worship. The Buddhish lieftroth forblew, and with the thought of fleeing its might the overlords shifted the headtown from Nara to Heian-kyō ("Frithburg," nowadays Kyōto). In spite of this the overlords became mere kingheads, losing their true rikemight to wyelords, though they never lost their throne. Japan thus became a feudal kith led by clans of highborn knights known as samurai (Japanish for "knight").

By the H16th, Japan was beset by nearly unbroken borough-hild. It was brought to one again in the year 1600 by Ieyasu Tokugawa, who became the sei-i taishōgun or simply shōgun (Japanish, "Great Wildman-Taming Herethane") and shifted the headtown to Edo (now Tokyo). The leadership of the Tokugawa clan was marked by 268 years of frith, one of the longest spans in the eretide of the world, and also aloofness from the outside world. The overwhelming lieftroth of this time was Kong Fuzi-troth, which was the root of the law. This tharlreveship ended in 1854 once the B.F.A. sent ships to Yokohama bidding Japan to open its doors to trade. After the Meiji tide of 1868, the Caser took full strength over Japanish Bewritter and forlet the height of shōgun; Japan took up many Evelandish and Americkish thews and quickly became a worldmight.

In the H20th its kith was more and more overtaken by the leadership of tharlrevers, who took over wide swaths of East Japan. Throughout The Twith World Wye, Japan was sworn with Theechland. It was thereafter held by the Banded Folkdoms of Americksland, and by law forswore its own right to make wye, keeping only a small selfwarding wyeband. In frith, Japan has become a leader in craftlore, and has the third strongest wealthdom of the world (after Americksland and China).

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Mainland Lands
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Sunriseland Afghanland - Armenland - Azerbaijan - Bahrain - Bengalland - Bhutan - Brunei - Burma - Camboland - China - Georgeland - Indland - Indonesia - Iran - Israel - Japan - Jordan - Kashmir - Kazakhland - Korea - Kuwait - Kyrgyzland - Lebanon - Laoland - Malayland - Mongolland - Nepal - Oman - Pakland - Philipsland - Qatar - Saudi Arabland - Siberland - Singapore - Sri Lanka - Sumer - Syria - Taiwan - Tajikland - Thailand - Tibet - Turkland - Turkmenland - Uzbekland - Vietnam - Yemen
North Americksland Aruba - Bahamas - Barbados - Belize - Canada - Curacao - Dominica - Dominican Ledewealth - Foreoldenland and Beardedland - Grenada - Guatemala - Haiti - Holy Lucy - Honduras - Jamaica - Mexico - The Heiland - Nicaragua - Oned Rikes of America - Panama - Rich Shore - Saint Kitts and Nevis - Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Yieldingland
South Americksland Argentina - Bolivia - Brazil - Chile - Colombia - Ecuador - Paraguay - Peru - Suriname - Trinidad and Tobago - Uruguay - Venezuela
Sealand Cook Ilands - Easter Iland - Fiji - Kiribati - Marshall Ilands - Nauru - New Holland - New Sealand - Papua Land - Samoa - Solomon Ilands - Tonga - Tuvalu - Vanuatu
Unacknowledged/No longer bestanding Landlings - Abkhaziland - Agade Rikes of America - Artsakh Ledewealth - East Theechland - Frankland - Palestine - Heronlandish Rikedom - Northern Cyprus - Sahrawish Arab Folkmootish Ledewealth - Somaliland - South Ossetiland - Overnistrisland - Southslavland - Band of Soviet Fellowship Ledewealths - Firelandish Kingdom - Checkslovakland
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