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Although there are traces of human presence characteristic of the Paleolithic (10,000 - 30,000), Japan, as a unified state, was born in the 5th century AD. , Under the rule of the court of Yamato (although the Japanese tradition affirms that this happened in the year of 660 a., Through the ascension of Jimmu to emperor). It is during the rule of this court that Japan is able to control part of Korea, the gateway to the influences of Buddhism and Chinese culture and writing in Japanese society, which, as early as the 9th century, began its own adaptation of these aspects at the same time that disconnected from such influences. This date coincides with another Japanese socio-political phenomenon, which is reflected in the growing importance of warrior families living in the province, assuming exclusive political authority while subordinating the different emperors. This situation would only be dissolved in 1867, thanks to popular discontent caused by the isolation policy adopted by the Shogunate (period of government of a given family) Tokugawa since it took power in 1607, persecuting not only all foreigners established in the country since the arrival of the Portuguese (the first Europeans to arrive in Japan), as the natives themselves who converted to Christianity.

The return of imperial power marked the beginning of the modern Japanese era, the result of the vision of an emerging class of young political leaders who did not shy away from sending study missions to the more developed Western countries, making the development of the Japanese economy inevitable. However, this growth contributes to feeding some imperialist pretensions, well demonstrated previously, not only in the wars that opposed Japan to China (1894-95) and Russia (1904-05), but also by the annexation of Korea (1910). The economic crisis of the 1930s created a favorable environment for the deepening of this militaristic policy, which led, in 1931, to the conquest of Manchuria; later, the formation of the Tokyo-Berlin axis through the alliance made with Nazi Germany; and finally, in 1941, the attack on US forces stationed in the Philippines and Hawaii and the invasion of European colonies in Southeast Asia. With the Japanese defeat in the Second World War (culminating with the explosions of two atomic bombs dropped by the Americans on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki) came the occupation of the country by the United States (until 1952), during which a new one was promulgated. constitution that granted Japan the political status of constitutional monarchy. Since then, there has been a surprising economic recovery, at all levels, which has transformed Japan into a country in constant development that is only occasionally decelerated. This, as happened in the 70s, during the oil crisis (remember that Japan, lacking in natural resources, was always obliged to import oil as an energy source), and, more recently, at the beginning of the 90s, with causes related not only to the global recession, but also to the political instability then verified and which continued until June 29, 1994, when the Party leader Japanese Social Democrat Tomiichi Murayam was elected prime minister, succeeding Morihiro Hosokawa and Tsutomo Hata who were also elected that same year. 1994 was marked by the opening of the Japanese market to foreign products, thus reducing the protectionist restrictions that for years characterized the Japanese economy. This change originated from the countless international pressures, exerted, mainly, by the United States, which have to Japan its biggest trade deficit. as well as with the political instability then verified and which lasted until June 29, 1994, when the leader of the Japanese Social Democratic Party Tomiichi Murayam was elected prime minister, succeeding Morihiro Hosokawa and Tsutomo Hata also elected that same year. 1994 was marked by the opening of the Japanese market to foreign products, thus reducing the protectionist restrictions that for years characterized the Japanese economy. This change originated from the countless international pressures, exerted, mainly, by the United States, which have to Japan its biggest trade deficit. as well as with the political instability then verified and which lasted until June 29, 1994, when the leader of the Japanese Social Democratic Party Tomiichi Murayam was elected prime minister, succeeding Morihiro Hosokawa and Tsutomo Hata also elected that same year. . 1994 was marked by the opening of the Japanese market to foreign products, thus reducing the protectionist restrictions that for years characterized the Japanese economy. This change originated from the countless international pressures, exerted, mainly, by the United States, which have to Japan its biggest trade deficit. succeeding Morihiro Hosokawa and Tsutomo Hata also elected that same year. 1994 was marked by the opening of the Japanese market to foreign products, thus reducing the protectionist restrictions that for years characterized the Japanese economy. This change originated from the countless international pressures, exerted, mainly, by the United States, which have to Japan its biggest trade deficit. succeeding Morihiro Hosokawa and Tsutomo Hata also elected that same year. 1994 was marked by the opening of the Japanese market to foreign products, thus reducing the protectionist restrictions that for years characterized the Japanese economy. This change originated from the countless international pressures, exerted, mainly, by the United States, which have to Japan its biggest trade deficit.

Maps of Japan
  • Countryaah.com:  Offers a full list of airports in the country of Japan, sorted by city location and acronyms.
  • Digopaul.com: presents formal definitions of English word - Japan. Covers U.K. and U.S. pronunciations, popular web meanings, various word forms, and related pictures about Japan.
  • Abbreviationfinder.org: Provides most commonly used abbreviations and initials containing the country name of Japan. Listed by popularity.
 
1UpTravel.com - Maps of Japan
Browse a collection of city, country, regional, and historical maps of this Asian country. Check out the city map of Tokyo.
http://www.1uptravel.com/worldmaps/japan.html

Asia Source- Map of Japan
Discover geographical map of Japan with its way of communications, economy,transportations, and various states.
http://www.asiasource.org/profiles/ap_mp_03.cfm?countryid=18

Japan - Child Research Maps
Clickable color-coded map distinguishes Japan's 47 prefectures and provides links to the homepages of local elementary schools in each region.
http://www.crn.or.jp/NAVI/SYO_MAP.htm

Japan - Geological Maps
Comprehensive index of geological maps provides marine, tectonic and hydrofoil visual details of the Japanese islands.
http://www.aist.go.jp/GSJ/PSV/Map/1stPageMap.html

Japan - Japan Atlas
Follow links to view maps and clickable images of cities, regions and natural resources in Japan.
http://jin.jcic.or.jp/atlas/index.html

Japan - Japan Window Map
Map of Japan provides clickable access to detailed city and regional maps that include major roads, rivers and attractions.
http://www.jwindow.net/JMAP/htmls/Jmap-all-japan.html

Japan - Merriam-Webster Atlas
Check out a detailed, colorful map of this diverse nation, including major cities. Also, read a brief historical summary and country facts.
http://www.m-w.com/maps/japan.html

Japan - National Geographic
View a satellite-created map of this Asian country. With zooming, and featuring find cities, land features, and bordering countries.
http://plasma.nationalgeographic.com/mapmachine/index.html?i

Japan - Old Maps of Japan
Index of antique Japanese maps offers insights to the historical and political evolution of Japan and its boundaries. Maps include descriptions.
http://www.rc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/~michel/serv/eujap/maps/index.h

Japan - Project Vital Links
Check out a map showing Kanazawa's location in relation to the rest of Honshu Island in Japan.
http://teams.lacoe.edu/japan/samurai/japanmap.htm

Japan - Tokyo Maps
Browse clickable city maps of Tokyo that provide background and contact information about major sites and city neighborhoods.
http://www.worldexecutive.com/cityguides/tokyo/maps.html

Japan - University of Texas Library
Explore a wide range of country, regional, city and historical maps. Visit Osaka and Sapporo, or view a tactical pilotage chart of Okinawa.
http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/japan.html

Japan Map - Small Relief Map
Small color map shows the entire Japanese domain in perspective to its neighboring countries. Cities and water bodies are marked.
http://www.theodora.com/maps/new/japan.gif

Jnto - Map of Japan
Browse a multicolor map of Japan highlighting its various cities. Click on particular area to enlarge the map.
http://www.jnto.go.jp/mapindex/E/

Jwindow.net- Map of Japan
Discover a colorful satellite map of Japan country with its major cities.
http://www.jwindow.net/OLD/JMAP/htmls/Jmap-all-japan.html

Kt-Rim-Or-Jp - City map of Japan
Offers collection of different cities and country maps of Japan.
http://www.kt.rim.or.jp/~etshioda/jmap.html

Lonelyplanet.com- Map of Japan
Browse a clickable map of Japan highlighting its several cities. Also offers Kirishima and Daisetsuzan national park.
http://lonelyplanet.com/mapshells/north_east_asia/japan/japa...
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