×
Create a new article
Write your page title here:
We currently have 236 articles on CountryHumans Wiki. Type your article name above or create one of the articles listed here!



    CountryHumans Wiki

    Japanese Empire

    Notice!

    Some content here may be inaccurate or offensive, we are open to constructive criticism in the comments, but please keep it calm, and constructive!

    You have been warned.

    This page contains controversial information! It is recommended to leave this page if you find the information posted here offensive!

    The Japanese Empire was a historical nation-state and great power. It started in 1868 with the Meiji Restoration and ended with Japan's modern constitution after World War II.

    Description[edit | edit source]

    Appearance[edit | edit source]

    The female version is most common.

    The Japanese Empire is often presented in a bloody khaki shirt written in collar and sometimes on their right shoulder there is a band showing the flag of present-day Japan. They also wear green trousers and usually shown with a pitch-black belt on their waist, olive green woolen putties, grubby boots, and Japanese more solid hat & flap neck cover cap. Unlike Japan, they don't have cat ears and tails. However, people may show them with the nekomi appearance, similar to Japan themselves.

    Personality[edit | edit source]

    Like the German Empire, the Japanese Empire is represented as a tragic character. From being one of the powers most determined to modernize East Asia to become an evil one. Sometimes extremely violent and aggressive. They'll do anything just to get their goal. Japanese Empire occurs to be vulgar, but they're still honorable, they make all the plans with reason and detailed consideration, although sometimes it might seem like they're crazy. Even more than slightly insane. They are extremely self-confident in their actions. Surrendering to anyone is one of the worst things that they can do to themselves considering that's was looked down upon greatly. They act all innocent and sweet but in reality, they are a psychopath and no other way around it.

    Interests[edit | edit source]

    • Military aviation
    • gathering cold steel

    Nicknames[edit | edit source]

    • Empire of Japan
    • Japanese Colonial Empire
    • Japanese Empire
    • Imperial Japan

    Flag Meaning[edit | edit source]

    The Rising Sun flag, not to be confused with the flag of the State of Japan, has sun rays (16 for the ensign) exemplifying the name of Japan as "The Land of the Rising Sun." The Imperial Japanese Army first adopted the Rising Sun Flag in 1870.

    Other Symbols[edit | edit source]

    Chrysanthemum Seal

    History[edit | edit source]

    The Empire of Japan (大日本帝國 Dai Nippon Teikoku, literally meaning "Empire of Great Japan") was the historical nation-state and great power that existed from the Meiji Restoration in 1868 to the enactment of the 1947 constitution of modern Japan.

    Meiji Restoration[edit | edit source]

    First Sino-Japanese War[edit | edit source]

    Russo-Japanese War[edit | edit source]

    The Russo-Japanese War lasted from February 8, 1904 to September 5, 1905. At first, all countries thought the war would end with Russia's victory, but Togo Heihachiro personally led the main operations and annihilated Russia's Partic fleet, resulting in Japan's victory.

    World War I[edit | edit source]

    In World War I, the Japanese Empire was on the side of the allied forces, which would include the Russian Empire, Great Britain, France, the United States, and others.

    World War II[edit | edit source]

    In World War ll, the Japanese Empire was a member of the Axis Powers including Fascist Italy and Third Reich. In this time the Japanese Empire bombed Pearl Harbor which caused an automatic war with the United States. This war soon ended when the United States nuked the Japanese Empire twice (Nagasaki & Hiroshima). During the War, the Japanese Empire invaded China which is known as one of the greatest attacks that the Japanese Empire has ever done in China yet. They also invaded Taiwan, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, both North Korea and South Korea, Myanmar/Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, the Solomon Islands, East Timor and some parts of Papua New Guinea.

    Second Sino-Japanese War[edit | edit source]

    Organizations and Affiliations[edit | edit source]

    Politics[edit | edit source]

    Government[edit | edit source]

    Before the 1900s, The Japanese Empire would be ruled by an Emperor, otherwise known as King or Queen. Entering the 1900's, Imperial Japan would now be ruled by a Prime Minister. The Emperor would have little to no control, (it depends) over the empire.

    Diplomacy[edit | edit source]

    Relationships[edit | edit source]

    Friends[edit | edit source]

    Neutral[edit | edit source]

    Enemies[edit | edit source]

    Captured Countries/Conquered Countries[edit | edit source]

    Conquered/Captured countries are where the Japanese Empire had taken over countries during World War II, be wary that these are independent now.

    • South Sakhalin (prewar—1945)
    • Mainland of China (various, 1931—1945)
    • Japan (prewar—1945)
    • Korea (prewar—1945)
    • Taiwan (prewar—1945)
    • Hong Kong (December 12, 1941 — August 15, 1945)
    • East Asia (—)
    • Vietnam (July 15, 1940—August 29, 1945)
    • Cambodia (July 15, 1940—August 29, 1945)
    • Laos (July 15, 1940—August 29, 1945)
    • Thailand (December 8, 1941—August 15, 1945)
    • Malaysia (March 27, 1942—September 6, 1945 (Malaya), March 29, 1942—September 9, 1945 Sarawak, Brunei, Labuan, North Borneo])
    • Philippines (May 8, 1942—July 5, 1945)
    • Dutch East Indies (January 18, 1942—October 21, 1945)
    • Singapore (February 15, 1942—September 9, 1945)
    • Myanmar (1942—1945)
    • East Timor (February 19, 1942—September 2, 1945)
    • Southeast Asia (—)
    • File:New guinea-Pictogram.png New Guinea (December 27, 1941—September 15, 1945)
    • Guam (January 6, 1942—September 15, 1945)
    • South Seas Mandate (1919—1945)
    • Draft:Nauru (August 26, 1942—September 13, 1945)
    • Wake Island (December 27, 1941—September 4, 1945)
    • Draft:Kiribati (December 1941—January 22, 1944)
    • Pacific Islands (—)

    Puppet States[edit | edit source]

    Past Versions[edit | edit source]

    Future Versions[edit | edit source]

    Opinions[edit | edit source]

    China[edit | edit source]

    ❝ Invading them was easy as a piece of cake! Killing all those pathetic civilians was fun!❞

    Japanese Empire's thoughts about China

    United States[edit | edit source]

    ❝ They declared war on me just for blowing up the stupid Harbor! They're very sensitive if you ask me.❞

    Japanese Empire's thoughts about United States

    United Kingdom[edit | edit source]

    ❝ They made the Italian Empire betray us! That tea-loving idiot!❞

    Japanese Empire's thoughts about United Kingdom

    Kingdom of Italy[edit | edit source]

    ❝ They were a great friend. Too bad they decided to join our enemies. Pathetic.❞

    Japanese Empire's thoughts about Kingdom of Italy

    Philippines Second Philippine Republic[edit | edit source]

    ❝ Ah, my 桜の花. It broke my heart that you said you hated me. Must be that American isn't it? I know you don't mean it. Well. I'll take care of then.❞

    Japanese Empire's thoughts about Second Philippine Republic

    Third Reich[edit | edit source]

    ❝ My close friend, you've helped me become stronger and finally capture the most important to me. Together, we will rule the world!❞

    Japanese Empire's thoughts about Third Reich

    Trivia[edit | edit source]

    Gallery[edit | edit source]

    References[edit | edit source]

    Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.

    Recent changes

  • Lily from polandd • 50 minutes ago
  • 27.125.244.126 • 55 minutes ago
  • 27.125.244.126 • 1 hour ago
  • 27.125.244.112 • 2 hours ago
  • Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.