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  *日* | 日* | *日
abbr. for 日本, Japan
Japan
Tokyo, capital of Japan / Tonkin (northern Vietnam during the French colonial period)
mainland China (PRC excluding Hong Kong and Macau, but including islands such as Hainan) / Japan (used in Taiwan during Japanese colonization)
war of resistance, especially the war against Japan (1937-1945)
China-Japan
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  *坪* | 坪* | *坪
a plain / ping, unit of area equal to approx. 3.3058 square meters (used in Japan and Taiwan)
island nation (sometimes refers specifically to Japan)
Ōsaka, a city and prefecture in Japan
New Armies (modernized Qing armies, trained and equipped according to Western standards, founded after Japan's victory in the First Sino-Japanese War in 1895)
division of China during earliest dynasties / fig. ancient China / Kyūshū, southernmost of Japan's four major islands
to resist Japan (esp. during WW2) / anti-Japanese (esp. wartime activities)
Kyoto, Japan
Northeast China / Manchuria / lit. east of Shanhai Pass 山海關|山海关 / Kantō region of Japan
Tsushima Island, between Japan and South Korea
(China's) War of Resistance against Japan (1937-1945)
Kansai region, Japan / Guanxi or Kuanhsi town in Hsinchu County 新竹縣|新竹县, northwest Taiwan
Northeastern University (in Shenyang 瀋陽市|沈阳市, Liaoning) / Tōhoku University, Sendai, Japan
Fukuoka, city in Kyushyu, Japan
Yokohama, Japan
to invade China (referring to 19th century imperialist powers and Japan)
Hokkaidō, Japan
prime minister (of Japan or UK etc)
Matsushima (name) / Matsushima town and national park in Miyagi prefecture, Japan
nattō, a type of fermented soybean, popular as a breakfast food in Japan
Parliament (UK) / Congress (US) / Diet (Japan) / Legislative Yuan (Taiwan)
Hiroshima, Japan
Yamaguchi (Japanese surname and place name) / Yamaguchi prefecture in southwest of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Okinawa, Japan
Japan-China
Songshan or Sungshan district of Taipei City 臺北市|台北市, Taiwan / Matsuyama, city in Japan
Kangshan town in Kaohsiung county 高雄縣|高雄县, southwest Taiwan / Okayama prefecture in southwest of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Nagoya, city in Japan
Satsuma, the name of a former feudal domain in Japan, and of a former province, a battleship, a district, a peninsula etc
Kamakura city in Kanagawa prefecture 神奈川縣|神奈川县, Japan
Tsushima Island, between Japan and South Korea
Diaoyu Islands, claimed by China but controlled by Japan as the Senkaku Islands, also called the Pinnacle Islands
enoki mushroom (Flammulina velutipes, Japanese えのき enokitake), used in cuisines of Japan, Korea and China, cultivated to be long, thin and white / abbr. to 金菇
Heavenly Sovereign, one of the three legendary sovereigns 三皇 / emperor / emperor of Japan
Nagasaki, Japan
Shikoku (one of the four main islands of Japan)
Japan (old) / East Asian countries
Hyōgo prefecture in the midwest of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
China, Japan and Korea
Sapporo, Japan
Nagano (name) / Nagano city and prefecture in central Japan
Hyōgo prefecture in the midwest of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Aichi prefecture, central Japan
Hakodate, main port of south Hokkaidō 北海道, Japan
Diaoyu Islands, located between Taiwan and Okinawa, controlled by Japan – which calls them the Senkaku Islands – but claimed by China as part of its territory
East China Sea / Japan
raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides) / raccoon of North China, Korea and Japan (Japanese: tanuki) / also called
Kumamoto prefecture, Kyūshū, Japan
Sendai, city in northeast Japan
Sendai, capital of Miyagi prefecture 宮城縣|宫城县 in northeast Japan
Nara, an old capital of Japan
Miyagi prefecture in the north of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Tokyo University, Japan
Miyazaki prefecture in east Kyūshū 九州, Japan
(policy etc) towards Japan
Gumma prefecture in northern Japan
(orig.) tents forming the offices of a commanding officer / administration of a military government / (medieval Japan) "bakufu", administration of the shogun
Tokugawa, the ruling clan of Japan from 1550-1850
foreign ministry (e.g. of Japan or Korea)
Aichi (prefecture in Japan)
Pacific War between Japan and the US, 1941-1945
Miyagi prefecture in the north of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Naruhito (1960-), emperor of Japan from 2019
Kanagawa prefecture, Japan
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  *貉* | 貉* | *貉
raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides) / raccoon of North China, Korea and Japan (Japanese: tanuki) / also pr. [hao2]
Gifu prefecture, Japan
Yamaguchi prefecture in southwest of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Hiroshima prefecture, Japan
Akita prefecture, northeast Japan
Ryūkyū / refers to the Ryūkyū Islands 琉球群島|琉球群岛 stretching from Japan to Taiwan / Liuchiu township in Pingtung County 屏東縣|屏东县, Taiwan
Yamagata prefecture in the north of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Kanagawa, Japan
G7, the group of 7 industrialized countries: US, Japan, Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Canada (now G8, including Russia)
Meiji Restoration (Japan, 1868)
Japan-US
Saitama (city and prefecture in Japan)
Itsukushima island in Hiroshima prefecture, Japan, with a famous shrine
Tsushima Strait, between Japan and South Korea
Fusang, mythical island of ancient literature, often interpreted as Japan
Japan Airlines (JAL)
Aomori prefecture at the far north of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Korea and Japan
Emperor of Japan
Niigata, a city and prefecture in Japan
matsutake (Tricholoma matsutake), edible mushroom considered a great delicacy in Japan
National Police Agency (Japan)
Okinawa prefecture, Japan
Aomori prefecture at the far north of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Huang Zunxian (1848-1905), Qing dynasty poet and diplomat, author of A Record of Japan 日本國誌|日本国志, an extended analysis of Meiji Japan
Asakusa, district of Tokyo with an atmosphere of old Japan, famous for the 7th century Buddhist temple, Sensō-ji
China Japan Korea (CJK) unified ideographs / Unihan
Shiga prefecture in central Japan
Iwate prefecture in the north of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Jianzhen or Ganjin (688-763), Tang dynastic Buddhist monk, who crossed to Japan after several unsuccessful attempts, influential in Japanese Buddhism
ODA Nobunaga (1534-1582), Japanese shogun (warlord), played an important role in unifying Japan

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