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Two primary factors influence Japan's climate: a location near the Asian continent and the existence of major oceanic currents.
He collects manga despite his hatred of Japan's influence on American animation.
He was firmly against Korea falling into China or Russia's sphere of influence, which would cause a grave threat to Japan's national security.
From Japan's point of view, secret ballot voting is the only way to counter the influence pedling of anti whaling side which Japan see as having more powerful collective influence within the IWC.
A major influence on ambient house was Japan's Yellow Magic Orchestra, sometimes cited as one of the pioneers of ambient house. During the early 1990s, the term " ambient house " became synonymous with intelligent dance music in general, but was eventually replaced by several other terms.
Japan persuaded the U. S. to accept Korea as part of Japan's sphere of influence, and the United States did not protest when Japan annexed Korea five years later.
Due to the Yomiuri company's vast influence in Japan as a major media conglomerate, the Giants are successfully marketed to the Japanese people as " Japan's Team.
Japan's development after the Meiji Restoration of 1868 followed the Western lead in industrialization and militarism, enabling her to gain control of Taiwan in 1895, Korea in 1910 and then a sphere of influence in Manchuria ( 1905 ), following the defeat of Russia in the Russo-Japanese War.
As a result of this war, Korea ceased to be a tributary state of China, but fell into Japan's sphere of influence.
Despite Japan's economic power and political influence, some debate whether or not a country with no standing military can be considered a " world power " that should have a permanent seat on the Council.
Most significantly, the main character's name, Miyamoto Usagi, is a play on " Miyamoto Musashi ", Japan's most famous historical samurai and the author of The Book of Five Rings, and " Usagi " the Japanese language word for " rabbit " ( The story notes for one volume also cite as an influence Hiroshi Inagaki's Samurai Trilogy, which features Miyamoto Musashi as a protagonist.
One with Russia in 1916 helped further secure Japan's influence in Manchuria and Inner Mongolia, and agreements with France, Britain, and the United States in 1917 recognized Japan's territorial gains in China and the Pacific.
In May 1942, when Rear Admiral Frank Jack Fletcher's Task Force 17 steamed in the Coral Sea seeking to foil Japan's attempt to extend her influence southward, Underhill was with VS-5 on board carrier USS Yorktown ( CV-5 ).
Beyond these contemporary parts of Japan's sphere of influence it also envisaged the conquest of a vast range of territories covering virtually all of East Asia, the Pacific Ocean, and even sizable portions of the Western Hemisphere, including in locations as far removed from Japan as South America and the eastern Caribbean.
The western Allies ' substantial accession to Japan's territorial ambitions at China's expense led to the May Fourth Movement in China, a social and political movement that had profound influence over subsequent Chinese history.
* Group 1 confirmed Japan's recent acquisitions in Shandong Province, and expanded Japan's sphere of influence over the railways, coasts and major cities of the province.
* Group 2 pertained to Japan's South Manchuria Railway Zone, extending the leasehold over the territory into the twenty-first century, and expanding Japan's sphere of influence in southern Manchuria and eastern Inner Mongolia, to include rights of settlement and extraterritoriality, appointment of financial and administrative officials to the government and priority for Japanese investments in those areas.
In September 1905, Russia and Japan signed the Treaty of Portsmouth ending the Russo-Japanese War and firmly establishing Japan's consolidation of influence over Korea.
After Japan's victory in the First Sino-Japanese War, Queen Min advocated stronger ties between Korea and Russia in an attempt to counter Japanese influence in Korea.
* The Japanese Parliament ( the Kokkai ) is conventionally called the Diet in English, indicating the heavy Prussian influence on the Meiji Constitution, Japan's first modern written constitution.

Japan's and on
* 1945 – An assassination attempt is made on Japan's prime minister, Kantarō Suzuki.
Admiral Chester Nimitz favored a more direct strategy of bypassing the Philippines, but seizing Okinawa and Taiwan as staging areas to an attack on the Chinese mainland, followed by the future invasion of Japan's southernmost islands.
In Japan's history, social strata based on inherited position rather than personal merits, was rigid and highly formalized.
The " classic " Datsun logo, based on the Flag of Japan and Japan's Names of Japan | nickname as the " Land of the Rising Sun ".
Hachijō-daiko is a unique style of Japanese drumming originating on Japan's Hachijo Island ( Hachijō-jima ), located in the Pacific some 287 kilometers south of Tokyo.
In June 2011, the IAEA chief said he had " broad support for his plan to strengthen international safety checks on nuclear power plants to help avoid any repeat of Japan's Fukushima crisis ".
According to U. N. Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf, the approved expansion is equal to about 82 % of Japan's total land area.
Koizumi was elected as Japan's 87th Prime Minister on 26 April 2001.
In a strong move, on 8 August 2005, Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi called for a snap election to the lower house, as threatened, after LDP stalwarts and opposition DPJ parliamentarians defeated his proposal for a large-scale reform and privatisation of Japan Post, which besides being Japan's state-owned postal monopoly is arguably the world's largest financial institution, with nearly 331 trillion yen of assets.
In his 1998 paper, Japan's Trap, Princeton economics professor Paul Krugman argued that based on a number of models, Japan had a new option.
Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was working on Japan's economic revival, signed a treaty with Saudi Arabia and UAE about the rising prices of oil.
Television viewing spread so rapidly that, by 1987, 99 percent of Japan's households had color television sets and the average family had its set on at least five hours a day.
Contacts had an early start with Japanese trade on Red seal ships and the installation of Japanese communities on Siamese soil, only to be broken off with Japan's period of seclusion.
Modern relations between the two countries are based on Vietnam's developing economy and Japan's role as an investor and foreign aid donor.
The United States is Japan's closest ally, and Japan relies on the U. S. for its national security to a high degree.
The Anti-Comintern Pact marked the beginning of the shift on Germany's part from China's ally to Japan's ally.
The island is mountainous, and Japan's most active volcano, Mt Aso at, is on Kyushu.
Humans live on average 31. 88 years in Swaziland and 82. 6 years in Japan, although Japan's recorded life expectancy may have been very slightly increased by counting many infant deaths as stillborn.
The International Settlement was occupied by the Japanese on 8 December 1941 and remained occupied until Japan's surrender in 1945, during which time war crimes were committed.
Priests were officially nominated and organized by the state, and they instructed the youth in a form of Shinto theology based on the official dogma of the divinity of Japan's national origins and its Emperor.
Clark and Chavez blind incoming Japanese pilots with a laser and cause them to crash on landing and rescue Japan's moderate former prime minister.
Some Purple decrypts proved useful elsewhere, for instance detailed reports by Japan's ambassador to Germany which were encrypted on the Purple machine.

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