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Earth map, 20th century, North Pacific

20th century map depicting the northern Pacific region

Japan was a nation-state coterminous with an archipelago located off the eastern coast of the Asian continent, on Earth. The capital of Japan was Tokyo. It was also the home of the Japanese people.

The islands of Japan had no land borders with any other nation, but were located across a narrow channel from the peninsula of Korea. (TOS: "The Cage")

History Edit

Japan entered the Second World War with an attack on the main naval installation of the United States of America at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7th, 1941. (TNG: "The Enemy"; DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

After meeting her in 2024, Chris Brynner thought that Jadzia Dax's Trill markings were tattoos from Japan. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")

A 20th century-era map of the northern Pacific Ocean region was stored in the USS Enterprise library computer in 2254. The map depicted Japan, the east coast of Asia's USSR nation and Alaska on the west coast of North America. It was among the materials viewed by the Talosians when they scanned the Enterprise computer. (TOS: "The Cage")

Locations Edit

Locations are sorted by island.

Ships with Japanese names Edit

The USS Kongo might also have a Japanese etymology, though this is uncertain.

See also Edit

Appendices Edit

Background information Edit

The Bandai company is a Japanese corporation specializing in toys, games, models and videos.

Furuta is a Japanese company that produces models of Star Trek starships and space stations.

Tokyopop is a Japanese-based publisher and distributor of anime (Japanese animation) videos and manga (Japanese comics) books. They hold a license to produce Star Trek comics.

Tsukuda Hobby is a Japanese toy, game and model company.

In the aborted Star Trek: Phase II series, the Klingon Empire would have been based on Imperial Japan. For further details, see "Kitumba".

Four recurring characters from Star Trek have been Japanese: Hikaru Sulu (whose surname, ironically, isn't Japanese, but rather Filipino), Keiko O'Brien (maiden name Ishikawa), Alyssa Ogawa, and Hoshi Sato (six if the mirror universe Sulu and Sato are counted).

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