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.hack, .hack//GIFT, .hack//Legend of the Twilight Bracelet, .hack//SIGN, 0 Series Shinkansen, 100 Series Shinkansen, 100-yen shop, 1964 Summer Olympics, 1998 Winter Olympics, 200 Series Shinkansen, 23 special wards, 25143 Itokawa, 2ch, 300 Series Shinkansen, 400 Series Shinkansen, 47 Ronin, 4chan, 500 Series Shinkansen, 55-year system, 5chan, 64DD, 700 Series Shinkansen, 700T Series Shinkansen, 800 Series Shinkansen

A

A City With No People, A Personal Matter, A.I. Love You, Aba, Okayama, Abashiri, Hokkaido, Abashiri subprefecture, ABCL/1, ABCL/R, ABCL/R2, Abe clan of Mikawa, Abe Hiroshi, Abe Iso, Abe Kobo, Abe Masakatsu, Abe no Hirafu, Abe no Seimei, Abe Nobuyuki, Abe Yutaka, Abeno Plain, Abe River, Abe Shintaro, Abenobashi Magical Shopping District, Abh, Abiko, Chiba, Abolition of the Han system, Abu District, Yamaguchi, Abu, Yamaguchi, Abukuma River, Abura kiri

Acala, ActRaiser, Acura, AD Police, Adachi clan, Adachi Kagemori, Adachi Morinaga, Adachi, Tokyo, Adam Johann von Krusenstern, Adogawa, Shiga, Adorunta, Adventure Island 2, After Life, Agatsuma Hiromitsu, Agawa District, Kochi, Agawa, Kochi, Age, Age District, Mie, Agedashi tofu, Agemono nabe, Ageo, Saitama, Ago, Mie, Agui, Aichi, Agumon, Aguni, Okinawa, Ai Iijima, Ai Yazawa, Aibo, AIC, Aichi B7A, Aichi D3A, Aichi District, Aichi, Aichi Kokuki KK, Aichi M6A, Aichi prefecture, Aida District, Okayama, Aida, Okayama, Aiguille Delaz, Aika, Aikawa Sho, Aiki Jinja, Aikido, Aikido Doshu, Aikidoka, Aikijutsu, Aikikai Hombu Dojo, Aiko, Aim for the Ace, Aimi, Tottori, Aino Minako, Ainu, Ainu language, Aio, Yamaguchi, Aioi, Aioi, Tokushima, Air Nippon, Aira District, Kagoshima, Aira, Kagoshima, Aito, Shiga, Aiwa, Aizu, Aizumi, Tokushima, Aizuwakamatsu, Aji, Kagawa, Ajimu, Oita, Ajisu, Yamaguchi

Aka, Fukuoka, Akabira, AKAGI, Akagi, Akagi, Shimane, Akahata, Akaike, Fukuoka, Akaiwa District, Okayama, Akan National Park, Akan, Hokkaido, Akaoka, Kochi, Akasaka, Okayama, Akasaki, Tottori, Akasegawa Genpei, Akashi, Akashi Mountains, Akashi Morishige, Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge, Akashiyaki, Akaza Naoyasu, Akebono Taro, Akechi Mitsuharu, Akechi Mitsuhide, Akechi, Gifu, Akehama, Ehime, Aki, Aki District, Kochi, Aki District, Hiroshima, Aki Province, Aki, Kochi, Aki, Oita, Akihabara, Akihabara Station, Akihito, Akio Morita, Akira, Akira (film), Akira Fujimoto, Akira Kurosawa, Akira Toriyama, Akiruno, Tokyo, Akishima, Tokyo, Akita, Akita Inu, Akita prefecture, Akita Sanesue, Akita Toshisue, Akita, Akita, Akito Tenkawa, Akitsu, Hiroshima, Akiyama Nobutomo, Akiyama Saneyuki, Akizuki Tanenaga, Akizuki Tanezane, Ako, Ako District, Hyogo, Akuma, Akune, Kagoshima, Akutagawa Prize, Akutagawa Ryunosuke

Alberto Fujimori, Aleph, Alessandro dos Santos, Alex Kidd, Alex Kidd BMX Trial, Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Alex Kidd in Shinobi World, All Japan Kendo Federation, All Monsters Attack, All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros, All Nippon Airways, All Nippon Airways Flight 61, All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku, All your base are belong to us, Altaic languages, Ama District, Aichi, Ama, Shimane, Ama-no-Uzume, Amagasaki, Amagase, Oita, Amagi, Fukuoka, Amago clan, Amago Haruhisa, Amago Katsuhisa, Amago Kunihisa, Amago Okihisa, Amago Tsunehisa, Amago Yoshihisa, Amakazu Kagemochi, Amakusa, Amakusa District, Kumamoto, Amakusa Shiro, Amakusa, Kumamoto, Amami Rabbit, Amanatto, Amata District, Kyoto, Amaterasu, Amazake, Amazing 3, Amerikamura, Ami shakushi, Ami Yoshida, Amuro Ray,

Anabuki, Tokushima, Anami Korechika, Anan, Tokushima, Ando, Nara, Android 13, Android 18, Android 19, Angel Sanctuary, Angelic Layer, Anguirus, , Anime, Anime Complex, Anime International Company, Anjin, Anjo, Anmitsu, Anna Kyôyama, Annaka, Ano, Mie, Anpachi District, Gifu, Anpachi, Gifu, Anpan, Anpanman, Ansei Purge, Anti-Comintern Pact, Anti-Japanese

Aoimori Railway, Aogaki, Hyogo, Aomori, Aomori prefecture, Aoya, Tottori, Aoyama, Mie, Aozora Bunko, APNIC, Arahata Kanson, Arahitogami, Arai, Arai Akino, Arai Hakuseki, Arai, Shizuoka, Arakawa, Tokyo, Araki Sadao, Arao, Kumamoto, Arashi, Arashiyama, Arata, Ariake, Kagoshima, Ariake, Kumamoto, Ariake, Saga, Arida District, Wakayama, Arida, Wakayama, Arisaka, Arishima Takeo, Arita, Saga, Arkanoid, Arlong, Art and architecture of Japan, Art of Fighting, Art-name, Artemis (Sailor Moon), Artepiazza, Article 9 of the Constitution of Japan, Articuno, Arts of the Far East, Arudou Debito

Asa District, Yamaguchi, Asaba, Shizuoka, Asagiri, Kumamoto, Asago District, Hyogo, Asago, Hyogo, Asahi, Asahi Glass Co., Ltd, Asahi Shimbun, Asahi, Aichi, Asahi, Chiba, Asahi, Gifu, Asahi, Mie, Asahi, Niigata, Asahi, Okayama, Asahi, Shimane, Asahi, Yamagata (Murayama), Asahi, Yamagata (Tagawa), Asahi, Yamaguchi, Asahikawa, Asahikawa Airport, Asaji, Oita, Asaka Yasuhiko, Asaka, Saitama, Asakawa Yuu, Asakiyumemishi, Asakuchi District, Okayama, Asakura District, Fukuoka, Asakura, Ehime, Asakura, Fukuoka, Asakusa, Asama (Shinkansen), Asano Shoichiro, Asano Tadanobu, Asashoryu Akinori, ASCII (magazine), Ash Ketchum, Ashibetsu, Ashida Hitoshi, Ashida Kim, Ashigaru, Ashikaga, Ashikaga clan, Ashikaga shogunate, Ashikaga Takauji, Ashikaga Yoshiaki, Ashikaga Yoshiakira, Ashikaga Yoshiharu, Ashikaga Yoshihide, Ashikaga Yoshihisa, Ashikaga Yoshikatsu, Ashikaga Yoshikazu, Ashikaga Yoshimasa, Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, Ashikaga Yoshimochi, Ashikaga Yoshinori, Ashikaga Yoshitane, Ashikaga Yoshiteru, Ashikaga Yoshizumi, Ashikari, Saga, Ashikita District, Kumamoto, Ashikita, Kumamoto, Ashiya, Ashiya, Fukuoka, ASIMO, Aso District, Kumamoto, Aso Kumiko, Aso, Kumamoto, Assistant Language Teacher, Astro Boy, Asuka period, Asuka, Nara, Asuke, Aichi

Atami, Atetsu District, Okayama, Atlus, Ato, Yamaguchi, Attack on Pearl Harbor, Atsugi, Kanagawa, Atsumi District, Aichi, Atsumi, Aichi, Aube, Audition (2000 movie), Aum Shinrikyo, Awa District, Tokushima, Awa Province, Awa Province (Chiba), Awa Province (Tokushima), Awa, Tokushima, Awaji Island, Awaji Province, Awaji, Hyogo, Aya, Miyazaki, Ayabe, Ayakami, Kagawa, Ayama District, Mie, Ayama, Mie, Ayase Haruka, Ayase, Kanagawa, Ayauta District, Kagawa, Ayauta, Kagawa, Ayukawa Madoka, Ayumi Hamasaki, Azai Hisamasa, Azai Nagamasa, Azai Sukemasa, Azai, Shiga, Azuchi-Momoyama period, Azuchi, Shiga, Azuki, Azuma, Azuma Kiyohiko, Azuma, Gunma (Agatsuma), Azuma, Gunma (Sawa), Azuma, Gunma (Seta), Azuma, Kagoshima, Azumanga Daioh

B

B'z, Baby and I, Badi, Badtz-maru, Bahamut Lagoon, Baka, Baku (spirit), Bakuhan taisei, Bakuryuuha, Balloon Pokémon, Balrog (video game character), Banana Yoshimoto, Bandai, Bandai Satellaview Zelda, Bangai-O, Banjo-Kazooie, Banjo-Tooie, Bank of Japan, Barazoku, Bardock, Baseball Stars

Battle of Anegawa, Battle Angel Alita, Battle of Guadalcanal, Battle of Halhin Gol, Battle of Iwo Jima, Battle of Leyte Gulf, Battle of Midway, Battle of Mikagehama, Battle of Mikatagahara, Battle of Mimasetoge, Battle of Nagakute, Battle of Nagashino, Battle of Okehazama, Battle of Okinawa, Battle of Peleliu, Battle of Sekigahara, Battle of Soltis, Battle of the Coral Sea, Battle of the Java Sea, Battle of the Planets, Battle of Shizugatake, Battle of Tedorigawa, Battle of the Eastern Solomons, Battle of Tsushima, Battle of Uchidehama, Battle of Yalu River (1894), Battle of Yalu River (1904), Battle Royale (movie), Battles of Bunroku and Keicho, Battles of Kawanakajima

Batto-jutsu, Bean jam, Beatmania, Beautiful Dreamer (movie), Beautiful Life, Bebi, Belleza, Belt, Bento, Benzaiten, Beppu, Oita, Berserk (anime), Berserk (manga), Betamax, Bibidi, Big O (anime), Big the Cat, Bingo Province, Bio Android, Bibai, Bisai, Bisei, Okayama, Bish', Bishounen, Bishoujo, Bitchu Province, Bitchu, Okayama, Biwa, Shiga, Bizen Province, Bizen, Okayama, Black Cat, Black Rain, Blackjack (manga), Blazing Transfer Student, Blitzball, , Blue (2001 movie), Blue Cosmos, Blue Gender,

Bo (weapon), BoA, Bob Sapp, Bogu, Bojutsu, Bokeh, Bokken, Bokkun, Bombardment of Shimonoseki, Bombing of Tokyo in World War II, Bon Odori, Bonotsu, Kagoshima, Bonsai, Boogiepop, Boogiepop Phantom, Boomer, Boryokudan, Boshin War, Botchan, Bow-Lingual, Bowser (Nintendo character), Bowser Koopa Junior, Boys Be, Bra (dragonball), Branded to Kill, Brave Fencer Musashi, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Breath of Fire, Bridgestone, Bright Future, Bright Noa, Brolli, Broome, Brown rice

Bubble Bobble, Bubblegum Crash, Bubblegum Crisis, Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040, Buddha, Buddhism, Buddhist cuisine, Buddhist terms and concepts, Budo, Bujinkan, Bukkake, Bulma, Bungo Province, Bungotakada, Oita, Bunkyo, Tokyo, Burakumin, Bushido, Bust a Move, Buu, Buu Saga, Buyoh, Buzen Province, Buzen, Fukuoka, Byodoin, Byoyomi

C

C-HTML, Cabinet of Japan, Calligraphy, Canon, Canon (company), Capcom, Capital of Japan debate, Capsule hotel, Card Captor Sakura, Casio, Castle town, Castlevania, Catgirl, Celestial Legend Ceres, Cell (dragonball), Cell Games, Central Japan Railway Company, Central League,

Cha cha, Champloose, Changi, Chansey, Chapatsu, Char Aznable, Char's Counterattack, Chara, Chatan, Okinawa, Chen Kenichi, Chi-Chi, Chiba Mamoru, Chiba prefecture, Chiba, Chiba, Chiben Gakuen, Chibi-Chibi, ChibiUsa, Chibu, Shimane, Chichibu, Saitama, Chigasaki, Kanagawa, Chihayaakasaka, Osaka, Chikamatsu Monzaemon, Chikugo, Chikugo Province, Chikugo River, Chikugo, Fukuoka, Chikuho, Fukuoka, Chikujo District, Fukuoka, Chikuma, Chikusa, Hyogo, Chikusei, Chikushi District, Fukuoka, Chikushino, Fukuoka, Chikuzen Province, Children's Day, Chimata-No-Kami, Chimecho, China, Kagoshima, Chindogu, Chinen, Okinawa, Chino, Chinzei, Saga, Chiryu, Chisaki Hama, Chita, Chita District, Aichi, Chitose Hajime, Chitose, Hokkaido, Chitose, Oita, Chiune Sugihara, Chiyoda, Hiroshima, Chiyoda, Saga, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Chiyonofuji Mitsugu, Chizu Express, Chizu, Tottori

Chobits, Chobits characters, Chobits Media Information, Chocobo, Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon, Chofu Airport, Chofu, Tokyo, Chopsticks, Choshi, Chiba, Choyo, Kumamoto, Chrono Break, Chrono Cross, Chrono Cross Timeline, Chrono Trigger, Chrysanthemum, Chrysanthemum Throne, Chubu International Airport, Chubu region, ChuChu Rocket, Chugoku region, Chuhei Nambu, Chuka, Okayama, Chukyo, Chun-Li, Chunan, Kagawa, Chunichi Dragons, Chunichi Shimbun, Chuo Line, Chuo Main Line, Chuo Shinkansen, Chuo-kochi, Chuo-ku, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Chuo, Tokyo, Chuo, Kumamoto, Chuzu, Shiga

Cinema of Japan, Circuit (political division), Cities of Japan, City designated by government ordinance, City Hunter, CJK, CLAMP, Clara, Cloistered rule, Comfort women, Combined Fleet, Comet Hyakutake, Comet Ikeya-Seki, Comic book, Comic Party, Coming of age, Communications in Japan, Computer Go, Constitution of Japan, Convention of Kanagawa, Conveyor belt sushi, Coordinator, Copy protection in Japan, Core city, Corsola, Cosplay, County, Cowboy Bebop, Cowboy Bebop, Knockin' on Heaven's Door, Cowboy Bebop Media Information, Crayon Shin-chan, Cream Lemon, Crest of the Stars, Criminal Code of Japan, Crotch rope, Crystalis, Cuisine of Japan, Culture of Japan, Cyrillization of Japanese

D

Da Pump, Dabo, Dabura, Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank, Daichi Akitaro, Daido Moriyama, Daiei, Daiei, Tottori, Daigo, Daihatsu, Daijiro Kato, Daikon, Daimon, Daimyo, Daisaku Ikeda, Daisen, Tottori, Daishi, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Daitec, Daito, Daito Bunka University, Daito Ryu, Daito, Shimane, Daito, Shizuoka, Daiwa, Hiroshima, Daiwa, Shimane, Dan Hibiki, Dance Dance Revolution, Dango, Darius Gaiden, Darkstalkers, Daruma, Dahrumasan ga Koronda, Darunia, Dashi, Data East, Date, Hokkaido, Date Masamune, Dating sim, Datsun 1500, 1600, 2000 Roadster, Datsun 240Z, Datsun 510 Sedan, Dazai Osamu, Dazaifu, Fukuoka, DBZ movies

Deba bocho, Dejima, Deku Scrubs, Deku Tree, Delphinus (airship), Democratic Party of Japan, Demographics of Japan, Den Den Town, Deployment of Japanese troops to Iraq, Destroy All Monsters, Detective Conan, Devilman, Devils Fruit, Dewa province, Dialects of Japanese language, Diana (Sailor Moon), Diddy Kong, Diet of Japan, Digimon, Digivolve, Dir En Grey, Dispute over the name of the Sea of Japan, Distance (movie), District, Districts of Japan, DN Angel, DNA Pokémon, DNA²

Do, Do As Infinity, DoCo, Doctor Eggman, Doctor Yellow, Dogen Zenji, Dogo Onsen, Doi Takako, Doi, Ehime, Doihara Kenji, Doja, Dojin game, Dojo, Doki Doki Panic, Domo-kun, Donabe, Donald Keene, Donari, Tokushima, Donburi, Donkey Kong, Doolittle Raid, Doraemon, Dororo, Doshin The Giant, Doshisha University, Double Dragon, Double Zeta Gundam, Douglas MacArthur, Doujinshi,

Dr Gero, Dr. Mario, Dr. Slump, Drachma (SoA), Dragon Ash, Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball (original series), Dragon Ball Powerlevels, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball Z Live Action Movie, Dragon Half, Dragon Quest, Dragon Quest Monsters, Dragon Quest VII, Dragon Warrior, Dragonball GT, Dragonballs, Drakengard, Dreams Come True, Duck Hunt, Dungeon Magic, Dynasty Warriors

E

E1 Series Shinkansen, E2 Series Shinkansen, E3 Series Shinkansen, E4 Series Shinkansen, Earth (dragonball), Earth Alliance, EarthBound, Earth Federation, Earth Simulator, East Asian language, East China Sea, East Japan Railway Company, Ebetsu, Ebina, Kanagawa, Ebino, Miyazaki, Ebirah, Horror of the Deep, Ebisu Station,

Ecchi, Echi District, Shiga, Echigawa, Shiga, Echigo Province, Echizen Province, Economic timeline of Japan, Economy of Japan, Edo, Edo period, Edogawa Rampo, Edogawa, Tokyo, Education in Japan, Educational reform in occupied Japan, Ehime prefecture, Ehrgeiz, Ei, Kagoshima, Eigenji, Shiga, Eiichiro Oda, Eiji Toyoda, Eiji Tsuburaya, Eirin, Eisai, Ekuni Kaori, El Hazard, Emishi, Emoji

Emperor Ankan of Japan, Emperor Anko of Japan, Emperor Annei of Japan, Emperor Antoku of Japan, Emperor Bidatsu of Japan, Emperor Buretsu of Japan, Emperor Chokei of Japan, Emperor Chuai of Japan, Emperor Chukyo of Japan, Emperor Daigo of Japan, Emperor En'yu of Japan, Emperor Fushimi of Japan, Emperor Go-Daigo of Japan, Emperor Go-En'yu of Japan, Emperor Go-Fukakusa of Japan, Emperor Go-Fushimi of Japan, Emperor Go-Hanazono of Japan, Emperor Go-Horikawa of Japan, Emperor Go-Ichijo of Japan, Emperor Go-Kameyama of Japan, Emperor Go-Kashiwabara of Japan, Emperor Go-Kogon of Japan, Emperor Go-Komatsu of Japan, Emperor Go-Komyo of Japan, Emperor Go-Mizunoo of Japan, Emperor Go-Momozono of Japan, Emperor Go-Murakami of Japan, Emperor Go-Nara of Japan, Emperor Go-Nijo of Japan, Emperor Go-Reizei of Japan, Emperor Go-Saga of Japan, Emperor Go-Sai of Japan, Emperor Go-Sanjo of Japan, Emperor Go-Shirakawa of Japan, Emperor Go-Suzaku of Japan, Emperor Go-Toba of Japan, Emperor Go-Tsuchimikado of Japan, Emperor Go-Uda of Japan, Emperor Go-Yozei of Japan, Emperor Hanazono of Japan, Emperor Hanzei of Japan, Emperor Heizei of Japan, Emperor Higashiyama of Japan, Emperor Horikawa of Japan, Emperor Ichijo of Japan, Emperor Ingyo of Japan, Emperor Itoku of Japan, Emperor Jimmu of Japan, Emperor Jomei of Japan, Emperor Junna of Japan, Emperor Junnin of Japan, Emperor Juntoku of Japan, Emperor Kaika of Japan, Emperor Kameyama of Japan, Emperor Kammu of Japan, Emperor Kazan of Japan, Emperor Keiko of Japan, Emperor Keitai of Japan, Emperor Kenzo of Japan, Emperor Kimmei of Japan, Emperor Koan of Japan, Emperor Kobun of Japan, Emperor Kogen of Japan, Emperor Kogon of Japan, Emperor Kokaku of Japan, Emperor Koko of Japan, Emperor Komei of Japan, Emperor Komyo of Japan, Emperor Konin of Japan, Emperor Konoe of Japan, Emperor Korei of Japan, Emperor Kosho of Japan, Emperor Kotoku of Japan, Emperor Momozono of Japan, Emperor Mommu of Japan, Emperor Montoku of Japan, Emperor Murakami of Japan, Emperor Nakamikado of Japan, Emperor Nijo of Japan, Emperor Nimmyo of Japan, Emperor Ninken of Japan, Emperor Ninko of Japan, Emperor Nintoku of Japan, Emperor of Japan, Emperor Ogimachi of Japan, Emperor Ojin of Japan, Emperor Reigen of Japan, Emperor Reizei of Japan, Emperor Richu of Japan, Emperor Rokujo of Japan, Emperor Saga of Japan, Emperor Sakuramachi of Japan, Emperor Sanjo of Japan, Emperor Seamounts, Emperor Seimu of Japan, Emperor Seinei of Japan, Emperor Seiwa of Japan, Emperor Senka of Japan, Emperor Shijo of Japan, Emperor Shirakawa of Japan, Emperor Shoko of Japan, Emperor Shomu of Japan, Emperor Suinin of Japan, Emperor Suizei of Japan, Emperor Sujin of Japan, Emperor Suko of Japan, Emperor Sushun of Japan, Emperor Sutoku of Japan, Emperor Suzaku of Japan, Emperor Takakura of Japan, Emperor Temmu of Japan, Emperor Tenji of Japan, Emperor Toba of Japan, Emperor Tsuchimikado of Japan, Emperor Uda of Japan, Emperor Yomei of Japan, Emperor Yozei of Japan, Emperor Yuryaku of Japan, Empire of Japan

Empress Gemmei of Japan, Empress Gensho of Japan, Empress Go-Sakuramachi of Japan, Empress Jito of Japan, Empress Kogyoku of Japan, Empress Koken of Japan, Empress Meisho of Japan, Empress Saimei of Japan, Empress Shotoku of Japan, Empress Suiko of Japan

Ena, Ena District, Gifu, Endo Shusaku, Endymion, Engrish, Eniwa, Enjo kosai, Enka, Enki, Ennichi, Ennin, Enokitake, Enola Gay, Enomoto Takeaki, Enoshima, Enoshima Engi, Enryakuji, Enzan, Epona, Ernest M. Satow, Esaki Leona, Esashi, Esoteric Buddhism, Esumi Makiko, Etajima, Hiroshima, Etchu Province, Ethnic issues in Japan, Ethnic Japanese, Evangelion general characters, Evangelion Glossary, Evangelion List of Angels, Evangelion List of Eva-Units, Evangelion Media, Evangelion Official Expanded Universe, Everlasting, Every Little Thing, Excel Saga, Extended Unix Coding, Ezo

F

F-Zero, Famicom Disk System, Family Portrait, Fancy Lala, Fanji, Fanservice, Fat Man, Fatal Fury, FCI, February 26 Incident, Feel My Heart, Feudal clan, Feudalism, Fifth Generation Computer, Fighter (D&D);, Fina, Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy 1, Final Fantasy VI, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VII terms, Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy XI, Final Fantasy Anthology, Final Fantasy Chronicles, , Final Fantasy Legend, Final Fantasy Origins, Final Fantasy Tactics, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, Final Fantasy X-2, , Final Fight, Final Lap, Fire balloon, Fire Emblem, First Kurushima-Kaikyo Bridge, Fist of the North Star, Five Charter Oath, Five great nobles, Five Japanese kings, Flag of Japan, FLCL, Foreign relations of Japan, Foreign-born Japanese, Four Guardian Gods, Four-character idiom, Francis Xavier, Freeters, Frieza, Front Mission, Fruits Basket

Fuchu, Fuchu, Hiroshima (city), Fuchu, Hiroshima (Aki), Fuchu, Tokyo, Fugazi, Fuji, Fuji Bank, Fuji District, Shizuoka, Fuji Heavy Industries, Ltd, Fuji Television, Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Fuji, Saga, Fuji, Shizuoka, Fujieda, Fujifilm, Fujihashi, Gifu, Fujii Sadakazu, Fujiidera, Fujikawa, Shizuoka, Fujiko Fujio, Fujimi, Saitama, Fujimoto Kazuko, Fujimura Shinichi, Fujinomiya, Fujio Masayuki, Fujioka, Fujioka, Aichi, Fujishima Kosuke, Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Fujishita Mashio, Fujita Airlines, Fujitsu, Fujitsu District, Saga, Fujiwara family, Fujiwara no Michinaga, Fujiwara no Mototsune, Fujiwara no Yoshifusa, Fujiyoshida

Fukagawa, Fukaya, Saitama, Fukayasu District, Hiroshima, Fukiage, Kagoshima, Fukube, Tottori, Fukuchiyama, Fukuda Eiko, Fukuda Takeo, Fukude, Shizuoka, Fukudomi, Saga, Fukue, Nagasaki, Fukue, Yamaguchi, Fukui prefecture, Fukui, Fukuma, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Airport, Fukuoka Daiei Hawks, Fukuoka prefecture, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Gifu, Fukuroi, Fukusaki, Hyogo, Fukushima, Fukushima Mizuho, Fukushima prefecture, Fukutomi, Hiroshima, Fukuyama, Fukuyama, Kagoshima, Fukuzawa Yukichi, Full contact karate, Fullmetal Alchemist, Full Metal Panic, Funabashi, Chiba, Funai District, Kyoto, Funao, Okayama, Funaoka, Tottori, Funo, Hiroshima, Furano, Furanui, Furigana, Furuhata Yasuo, Furukawa, Miyagi, Fusako Shigenobu, Fuse, Shimane, Fushigi Yugi, Fushimi, Fussa, Tokyo, Futaba Channel, Futabatei Shimei, Futami District, Hiroshima, Futami, Ehime, Futami, Mie, Futanari, Futon, Futtsu, Chiba, Fuwa District, Gifu, Fuyu Yoshiaki, Fx-6300G

G

G Gundam, G-Men, G-Saviour, Gackt, Gagaku, Gaijin, Gainax, Gaki, Gakkou Kaidan, Gaku-ran, Gakushuin, Galaxy Express 999, Galcian, Gallery Fake, Galmoji, Gamagori, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Camera, Game Boy Printer, Game Freak, Gamera, Ganguro, Ganondorf, Gantzs, Gary Lineker

Gecko, Geihoku, Hiroshima, Geino, Mie, Geinoh Yamashirogumi, Geisei, Kochi, Geisha, Gekiga, Gekigangar III, Genbukan, Gendai Budo, Gendo Ikari, Genichi Taguchi, Genichi Kawakami, Genjo Sanzo, Genkai, Saga, Genmaicha, Genpei War, Genro, Gensomaden Saiyuki, Geography of Japan, Gero, Gifu, Geta (footwear), Ghidorah the Three Headed Monster, Ghost hacking, Ghost in the Shell, , Ghouls 'n Ghosts, Gichin Funakoshi, Gigantis the Fire Monster, Gigas, Gifu, Gifu prefecture, Gifu, Gifu, Giko Cat, Gilder, Ginan, Gifu, Ginbou, Ginga Eiyu densetsu, Ginkgo, Ginowan, Okinawa, Ginoza, Okinawa, Ginza, GLAY

Go, Go (board game), Go concepts, Go Nagai, Go players, Go professional, Go proverb, Go Seigen, Go strategy and tactics, Go!Go!Waitress, Gobo, Gobo, Wakayama, Godzilla, Godzilla (1954), Godzilla Raids Again, Godzilla vs Biollante, Godzilla vs Gigan, Godzilla vs Hedorah, Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla, Godzilla vs Mothra, Godzilla vs The Cosmic Monster, Godzilla vs The Sea Monster, Godzilla vs The Thing, Godzilla, King of the Monsters, Godzilla's Revenge, Gogeta, Gohoku, Kochi, Gojo, Goju Ryu, Goka, Shimane, Gokase, Miyazaki, Gokasho, Shiga, Gokenin, Gokinjo Monogatari, Goku Junior, Gold Roger, Golden Week, Gomashio, Gomoku, Goro Shimura, Goron, Goron City, Gose, Goseibai Shikimoku, Gosen, Goshiki, Hyogo, Gosho Aoyama, Goshogawara, Goshoura, Kumamoto, Gospellers, Gotanda Station, Gotenba, Gotenks, Gothic lolita, Goto-Retto, Gotsu, Shimane

Gradius, Grave of the Fireflies, Gravitation (anime), Great Hanshin earthquake, Great Kanto earthquake, Great Silver Shrine, Great Teacher Onizuka, Greater East Asia War, Greater East Asia War in the Pacific, Greater Tokyo Area, Green tea, Greenery Day, Ground zero, GTO

Guan Yin, Guandong army, Guile (video game character), Guineapig (movie), Gujo, Gifu, Gundam, Gundam - The 08th MS Team, Gundam 0080, Gundam 0083, Gundam F-91, Gundam Seed, Gundam Wing, Gundam Wing - Endless Waltz, Gundam X, Gungrave, Gunma prefecture, Gunpei Yokoi, Guru (dragonball), Gushikami, Okinawa, Gushikawa, Okinawa, Gusukube, Okinawa, Gyoda, Saitama, Gyokko Ryu, Gyokuon-housou, Gyokuro, Gyokuto, Kumamoto, Gyoza, Gyudon

H

H-2A rocket, H2, Habikino, Habu, Hachikai, Aichi, Hachiman, Hachinohe, Hachinohe Station, Hachioji, Tokyo, Hadaka Apron, Hadano, Kanagawa, Haebaru, Okinawa, Haga, Hyogo, Hagakure, Hagi, Yamaguchi, Hagiwara Sakutaro, Haguri District, Aichi, Haguro, Haibane Renmei, Haibara District, Shizuoka, Haibara, Nara, Haibara, Shizuoka, Haiku, Hajime Sorayama, Hakata, Hakata Minami Line, Hakata Station, Hakata-men, Hakata, Ehime, Haki, Fukuoka, Hakko Ryu, Hakodate Airport, Hakodate, Hokkaido, Hakone, Hakone-Tozan Line, Haku, Hakui, Hakusan, Mie, Hakusui, Kumamoto, Hakuta, Shimane, Halfbreed Saiyan, Hamada, Shimane, Hamaguchi Osachi, Hamaguri, Hamakita, Hamamatsu, Hamamatsucho Station, Hamana District, Shizuoka, Hamasaka, Hyogo, Hamatama, Saga, Hamtaro, Hamura

Han, Han (Japan), Han unification, Hana Ichi Momme, Hana yori Dango, Hanabiramochi, Hanafuda, Hanamaki, Hanami, Hanazakari no Kimitachi E, Hanazono, Hanazono, Wakayama, Hanbo, Handa, Handa, Tokushima, Hankyu Kobe Line, Hankyu Kyoto Line, Hankyu Railway, Hannan, Hanno, Saitama, Hanoura, Tokushima, Hanshin Electric Railway, Hanshin Tigers, Hanwa Line, Hanyou, Hanyu, Saitama, Hanzan, Kagawa, Hapkido, Hara Takashi, Hara Tamiki, Harada Masato, Hamajima, Mie, Harajuku, Harajuku Station, Haramachi, Harem anime, Harima Province, Harima, Hyogo, Harry Parkes, Haruhi, Aichi, Haruhiko Mikimoto, Haruno, Kochi, Haruno, Shizuoka, Haruomi Hosono, Hasama, Oita, Hase Satoru, Hasegawa Shuhei, Hasegawa Tohaku, Hashima, Hashima District, Gifu, Hashimoto Gaho, Hashimoto Ryutaro, Hashimoto Shinkichi, Hashimoto, Wakayama, Hasuda, Saitama, Hasumi, Shimane, Hata District, Kochi, Hata Tsutomu, Hatamoto, Hatasho, Shiga, Hatogaya, Saitama, Hatoyama Ichiro, Hatsukaichi, Hatto, Tottori, Hawai, Tottori, Hayabusa, Hayama Yoshiki, Hayama, Kochi, Hayami Aki, Hayami District, Oita, Hayami Yuji, Hayashi Senjuro, Hayashima, Okayama, Hayato, Kagoshima, Hazu District, Aichi, Hazu, Aichi

Heda, Shizuoka, Heguri, Nara, Heian Period, Heiji Rebellion, Heinosuke Gosho, Heisei, Heisei era (daikaiju eiga), Heisuke Hironaka, Heiwa, Aichi, Heki, Yamaguchi, Hekinan, Hello Kitty, Hellsing, Henohenomoheji, Henry Pu Yi, Hentai, Hentai games, Hepburn

Hiba District, Hiroshima, Hibari Misora, Hida Mountains, Hida Province, Hida, Gifu, Hidaka District, Wakayama, Hidaka subprefecture, Hidaka, Hyogo, Hidaka, Kochi, Hidaka, Saitama, Hidaka, Wakayama, Hideaki Anno, Hideki Matsui, Hideo Kojima, Hideo Nakata, Hideo Nomo, Hiezu, Tottori

Higashi, Okinawa, Higashi-ku, Higashi-yamato, Tokyo, Higashiawakura, Okayama, Higashiazai District, Shiga, Higashihiroshima, Higashiichiki, Kagoshima, Higashiiyayama, Tokushima, Higashiizu, Shizuoka, Higashiizumo, Shimane, Higashikagawa, Kagawa, Higashikamo District, Aichi, Higashikuni Naruhiko, Higashikunisaki District, Oita, Higashikurume, Higashikushira, Kagoshima, Higashimatsuura District, Saga, Higashimatsuyama, Saitama, Higashimorokata District, Miyazaki, Higashimurayama, Higashine, Higashimuro District, Wakayama, Higashiosaka, Higashisefuri, Saga, Higashishirakawa, Gifu, Higashitsuno, Kochi, Higashiura, Aichi, Higashiura, Hyogo, Higashiusuki District, Miyazaki, Higashiuwa District, Ehime, Higashiyama, Higashiyoka, Saga, Higashiyoshino, Nara

Higo Province, Higuchi Ichiyo, Hiji, Oita, Hijikawa, Ehime, Hikami District, Hyogo, Hikami, Hyogo, Hikari (Shinkansen), Hikari, Yamaguchi, Hikaru Midorikawa, Hikaru no Go, Hikawa District, Shimane, Hikawa, Shimane, Hiki, Saitama, Hikigawa, Wakayama, Hikikomori, Hikimi, Shimane, Hikitsuke, Hikone, Himedo, Kumamoto, Himeji, Himeji Castle, Himeshima, Oita, Himi, Himiko, Himizu Ryu, Hinamatsuri, Hinase, Okayama, Hino, Hino District, Tottori, Hino Rei, Hino, Shiga, Hino, Tottori, Hinokage, Miyazaki, Hioki District, Kagoshima

Hirado, Nagasaki, Hiraide Shu, Hiraga Gennai, Hiragana, Hirakata, Hiranuma Kiichiro, Hirao, Yamaguchi, Hirara, Okinawa, Hirata Tsuyoshi, Hirata, Gifu, Hirata, Shimane, Hiratsuka, Kanagawa, Hirayama Hideyuki, Hirogawa, Wakayama, Hirohito, Hirokawa, Fukuoka, Hirokazu Tanaka, Hiromi, Hironobu Sakaguchi, Hirose, Shimane, Hiroshi Inagaki, Hiroshi Yamauchi, Hiroshige, Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Hiroshima prefecture, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Hirosue Ryoko, Hirota Koki, Hirota, Ehime, Hiroyuki Sakai, Hiroyuki Takei, Hirukawa, Gifu, His and Her Circumstances, Hisai, Hisayama, Fukuoka, Hishikari, Kagoshima, Historical tale, History of Japan, History of Okinawa, Hita District, Oita, Hita, Oita, Hitachi, Hitachi (company), Hitachi Hatsukaze, Hitachi Province, Hitachi, Ibaraki, Hitachi 917, Hitachinaka, Hitachiota, Hitokiri, Hitoto Yo, Hitotsume-kozou, Hitoyoshi, Kumamoto, Hirosaki, Hiyama subprefecture, Hiyayakko, Hiyoshi, Kagoshima, Hiyoshi, Kyoto, Hiwa, Hiroshima, Hiwaki, Kagoshima, Hiwasa, Tokushima, Hizen Province, Hizen, Saga

Hochi Shimbun, Hofu, Yamaguchi, Hogen Rebellion, Hohoku, Yamaguchi, Hoi District, Aichi, Hojo, Hojo clan, Hojo Masako, Hojo Tokimune, Hojo Tokiuji, Hojo Tokiyori, Hojo Yasutoki, Hojo, Fukuoka, Hojo, Tottori, Hojojutsu, Hoki Province, Hokkaido Air System, Hokkaido International Airlines, Hokkaido prefecture, Hokkaido Railway Company, Hokkaido Shimbun, Hokkaido University, Hokubo, Okayama, Hokudan, Hyogo, Hokuriku Main Line, Hokuriku region, Hokuriku Shinkansen, Hokusai, Hombu Dojo, Homosexuality in Japan, Honai, Ehime, Honami, Fukuoka, Honda, Honda Accord, Honda CB series, Honda CB750, Honda Civic, Honda Civic CRX, Honda Civic Hybrid, Honda Element, Honda Insight, Honda Inspire, Honda Integra, Honda Ishiro, Honda Jazz, Honda Prelude, Honda Toshiaki, Hondo, Hondo, Kumamoto, Honen Shonin, Hongawa, Kochi, Hongo, Hongo, Hiroshima, Hongo, Yamaguchi, Hongu, Wakayama, Honinbo Sansa, Honinbo Shusaku, Honjo, Honjo, Akita, Honjo, Oita, Honjo, Saitama, Honkawane, Shizuoka, Honshu-Shikoku Bridge Project, Honshu, Japan, Honyabakei, Oita, Horado, Gifu, Horai, Aichi, Horikawa, Horyu-ji, Hoshi Sato, Hoshino, Fukuoka, Hoshuyama, Fukuoka, Hosokawa clan, Hosokawa Katsumoto, Hosoe, Shizuoka, Hosokawa Morihiro, Hotei, Hototogisu, Hotuma Tutaye, Houko Kuwashima, House of Councillors, House of Peers, House of Representatives of Japan, Howl's Moving Castle, Hoya, Tokyo, Hozumi Shigeto

Hudson Soft, Hugh Borton, Hull note, Hunter x Hunter, Hyogo prefecture, Hyuga Province, Hyuga, Miyazaki, Hylian, Hyoshigi, Hyperbolic Time Chamber, Hyrule, Hyrule Field

I

I My Me! Strawberry Eggs, i-mode, Iaido, Ibara, Okayama, Ibaraki prefecture, Ibaraki, Osaka, Ibi District, Gifu, Ibigawa, Gifu, Ibo District, Hyogo, Ibogawa, Hyogo, Ibuki, Shiga, Iburi subprefecture, Ibusuki District, Kagoshima, Ibusuki, Kagoshima, Ice Climbers, Ichi the Killer, Ichiba, Tokushima, Ichihara, Chiba, Ichijima, Hyogo, Ichijo, Ichikawa, Chiba, Ichikawa, Hyogo, Ichiki, Kagoshima, Ichinomiya, Ichinomiya, Aichi, Ichinomiya, Aichi (Mikawa), Ichinomiya, Chiba, Ichinomiya, Hyogo, Ichinomiya, Hyogo (Shiso), Ichinomiya, Hyogo (Tsuna), Ichinomiya, Kumamoto, Ichinomiya, Yamanashi, Ichinoseki, Ichiro Ito, Ichiro Suzuki, Ichishi District, Mie, Ichishi, Mie, Ichitaro, Ichiu, Tokushima, Ide, Kyoto, Ideogram, Ie, Ie, Okinawa, Ie-kei, Ienaga Saburo, Ieshima, Hyogo, Ifukube Akira, Iga Province, Iga, Mie, Iggy Koopa, Ihara District, Shizuoka, Ihara Saikaku, Iheya, Okinawa, Ii Naosuke, Iida, Iidabashi, Iidabashi Station, Iinan District, Mie, Iinan, Mie, Iishi District, Shimane, Iitaka, Mie, Iiyama, Iizuka, Fukuoka, Ijuin, Kagoshima, Ika District, Shiga, Ikaruga, Ikaruga, Nara, Ikata, Ehime, Ikawa, Tokushima, Ikazaki, Ehime, Ikazuchi, Ikebana, Ikebukuro, Ikebukuro Station, Ikeda Hayato, Ikeda, Gifu, Ikeda, Kagawa, Ikeda, Osaka, Ikegawa, Kochi, Ikeda, Tokushima, Iki Province, Iki, Nagasaki, Ikina, Ehime, Ikoma, Ikoma District, Nara, Ikue Mori, Ikuno, Hyogo

Imabari, Ehime, Imagawa Yoshimoto, Imai Yuka, Imaichi, Imamura Shohei, Imari, Saga, Imazu, Shiga, Imperial Court in Kyoto, Imperial General Headquarters, Imperial Household of Japan, Imperial Japanese Army, Imperial Japanese embassies to China, Imperial Japanese Navy, Imperial Prize of the Japan Academy, Imperial Rescript on Education, Imperial university, Imperialism in Asia, Improvised Music from Japan, Ina, Nagano, Inaba Province, Inabe District, Mie, Inabu, Aichi, Inagawa, Hyogo, Inagi, Inami, Hyogo, Inami, Wakayama, Inamoto Junichi, Inari (god), Inasa District, Shizuoka, Inasa, Shizuoka, Inatsuki, Fukuoka, Inazawa, Indian National Army, Ine, Kyoto, Inez Fressage, Initial D, Ink brush, Inkan, Innai, Oita, , Innoshima, Ino Tadataka, Ino, Kochi, Inochi, Inoue Takehiko, Input Method Editor, Insei, Instant noodles, Instant Transmission, Intelligent Systems, International broadcasting in Japan, International Kendo Federation, International Military Tribunal for the Far East, , Inukai Tsuyoshi, Inukai, Oita, Inukami District, Shiga, Inuyama, Inuyasha, Inuyasha (character), Invasion of Astro-Monster, Inzai, Chiba, Ipponmatsu, Ehime, Irabu, Okinawa, Irem (company), Irezumi, Iriki, Kagoshima, Iriya Yoshiaki, Iroha, Iron Chef, Irresponsible Captain Tylor, Iruma, Saitama

Isa District, Kagoshima, Isahaya, Nagasaki, Isamu Noguchi, Isao Tomita, Ise, Ise Province, Ise Shrine, Isehara, Kanagawa, Isen, Kagoshima, Isesaki, Iseya Yusuke, Ishibashi Chie, Ishibashi Ningetsu, Ishibashi Tanzan, Ishibe, Shiga, Ishida Akira, Ishida Mitsunari, Ishigaki, Okinawa, Ishihara colour test, Ishihara Shintaro, Ishii, Tokushima, Ishii Sogo, Ishikari, Ishikari subprefecture, Ishikawa, Ishikawa diagram, Ishikawa Hideo, Ishikawa Prefecture, Ishikawa Takuboku, Ishikawa, Okinawa, Ishikawajima Ne-20, Ishinomaki, Ishioka, ISO 2022, , Isobe, Mie, Isoroku Yamamoto's sleeping giant quote, Issei Japanese, Issei Japanese American, Issey Miyake, Issei Sagawa, Isshiki, Aichi, Isshin-ryu, Isuzu

Itabashi, Tokyo, Itadaki Street, Itadori, Gifu, Itagaki Seishiro, Itagaki Taisuke, Itai-itai disease, Itako, Itami Juzo, Itami, Hyogo, Itano District, Tokushima, Itano, Tokushima, Ito, Ito District, Wakayama, Ito Hirobumi, Ito Noe, Ito Noriko, Ito Sachio, Ito Shunya, Ito Takaaki, Itô's lemma, ITOCHU, Itoda, Fukuoka, Itoigawa, Itoman, Okinawa, Itoshima District, Fukuoka, Itsuki, Kumamoto, Itsukushima Shrine, Itsunen Shoyu, Itsuo Tsuda, Itsuwa, Kumamoto, Iwade, Wakayama, Iwagi, Ehime, Iwai, Iwaki, Iwaki Province, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Iwakura, Iwakura Tomomi, Iwama, Iwami District, Tottori, Iwami Province, Iwami, Shimane, Iwami, Tottori, Iwamura, Gifu, Iwai Shunji, Iwamizawa, Iwanuma, Iwasawa theory, Iwase Province, Iwashiro Province, Iwata, Iwata District, Shizuoka, Iwataki, Kyoto, Iwatani Toru, Iwate prefecture, Iwato, Iwatsuki, Iwo Jima

Iyo, Iyo District, Ehime, Iyo Province, Iyo, Ehime, Iyomishima, Ehime, Izanagi, Izasa Ienao, Izena, Okinawa, Izu, Izu Peninsula, Izu Province, Izumi, Izumi District, Kagoshima, Izumi Kyoka, Izumi Province, Izumi, Kagoshima, Izumi, Kumamoto, Izumi, Osaka, Izumiotsu, Izumisano, Izumo, Izumo Province, Izumo, Shimane, Izunagaoka, Shizuoka, Izushi District, Hyogo, Izushi, Hyogo

J

J. League, J-Air, J-Pop, Jaleco, JALways, Jam Films, Janken

Japan, Japan Air System, Japan Airlines, Japan Airlines Flight 123, Japan Asia Airways, Japan Australia Migratory Bird Agreement, Japan general election, Japan general election, 2000, Japan general election, 2003, Japan Lutheran Church, Japan Mennonite Brethren Conference, Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan Post and Postal Services Agency, Japan Prize, Japan Railway, Japan Self-Defence Forces, Japan Series, Japan standard time, Japan Tobacco, Japan Transocean Air, Japan Trench

Japanese addressing system, Japanese aircraft carrier Akagi, Japanese aircraft carrier Hiryu, Japanese aircraft carrier Hosho, Japanese aircraft carrier Kaga, Japanese aircraft carrier Shoho, Japanese aircraft carrier Shokaku, Japanese aircraft carrier Soryu, Japanese aircraft carrier Zuikaku, Japanese Academy Awards, Japanese Alps, Japanese American, Japanese American Internment, Japanese angelica tree, Japanese archery, Japanese Baseball, Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame, Japanese battleship Fuso, Japanese battleship Haruna, Japanese battleship Hiei, Japanese battleship Hyuga, Japanese battleship Musashi, Japanese battleship Yamato, Japanese beetle, Japanese black pine, Japanese bobtail cat, Japanese bondage, Japanese Buddhism, Japanese Bush Warbler, Japanese calendar, Japanese Canadian, Japanese cell phone culture, Japanese clans, Japanese clothing, Japanese Communist Party, Japanese copyright law, Japanese counter word, Japanese crafts, Japanese Dolls, Japanese era name, Japanese expansionism, Japanese Experiment Module, Japanese Cultural Festival, Japanese festivals, Japanese Foreign minister, Japanese Funeral, Japanese games, Japanese grammar, Japanese Grand Prix, Japanese gunboat Akagi, Japanese hip hop, Japanese Honeysuckle, Japanese Industrial Standard, Japanese Instrument of Surrender, Japanese kitchen knives, Japanese knotweed, Japanese language, Japanese language and computers, Japanese language guide, Japanese Language Proficiency Test, Japanese law, Japanese literature, Japanese Macaque, Japanese military aircraft designation systems, Japanese miniaturization culture, Japanese mythology, Japanese name, Japanese National Railways, Japanese New Year, Japanese numerals, Japanese Orthodox Church, Japanese Peace Bell, Japanese people, Japanese pottery, Japanese proverbs, Japanese Red Army, Japanese Red Pine, Japanese Robin, Japanese Rose, Japanese saw, Japanese school uniform, Japanese Sea Lion, Japanese ship naming conventions, Japanese sports, Japanese submarine I-400, Japanese submarine I-52, Japanese tea ceremony, Japanese television programs, Japanese traditional dance, Japanese TV dramas, Japanese White Pine, Japanese Wikipedia

Japonic languages, Jean-François de La Pérouse, JET Programme, Jidai Matsuri, Jigglypuff, Jigoro Kano, JIKC, Jikininki, Jim Breen, Jimokuji, Aichi, Jin Jin, Jinenkan, Jingo of Japan, Jinseki District, Hiroshima, Jinseki, Hiroshima, Jirachi, Jiro Watanabe, JIS encoding, Jito, Jiu jitsu, Jizo, Jo (weapon), Jobo District, Okayama, Jodo Shinshu, Joetsu, Joetsu Shinkansen, Joge, Hiroshima, Johen, Ehime, Joint Communique of the Government of Japan and the Government of the People's Republic of China, Jojima, Fukuoka, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Jojutsu, Jokichi Takamine, Jokyu incident, Jomon, Jonan, Kumamoto, Josei, Joseph Hardy Neesima, Joyo, Joyo, Fukuoka, JR Kobe Line, JR Namba Station, JSL, Ju-on, Judo, Jugemu, Jules Brunet, Junichiro Koizumi, Junji Ito, Jusenkyo, Jushiyama, Aichi, Juso Station, Just in time, Justice (movie), Juuromaru, JVC

K

Kabuki, Kadena, Okinawa, Kadogawa, Miyazaki, Kadoma, Kaga, Kaga Province, Kagami, Kochi, Kagami, Kochi (Kami), Kagami, Kochi (Tosa), Kagami, Kumamoto, Kagamino, Okayama, Kagawa District, Kagawa, Kagawa prefecture, Kagawa, Kagawa, Kagerou, Kagome, Kagome Higurashi, Kagome Kagome, Kagoshima District, Kagoshima, Kagoshima Main Line, Kagoshima prefecture, Kagoshima, Kagoshima, Kaho District, Fukuoka, Kaho, Fukuoka, Kahoku, Ishikawa, Kahoku, Kochi, Kahoku, Kumamoto, Kai Province, Kaibara, Kaibara, Hyogo, Kaibun, Kaifu District, Tokushima, Kaifu Toshiki, Kaifu, Tokushima, Kaigan Line, Kaiji Kawaguchi, Kaiju, Kaimon, Kagoshima, Kainan, Tokushima, Kainan, Wakayama, Kaio, Kaiou Michiru, Kaiso District, Wakayama, Kaita, Fukuoka, Kaita, Hiroshima, Kaizen, Kaizu District, Gifu, Kaizu, Gifu, Kajii Motojiro, Kajiki, Kagoshima, Kajukenbo, Kakaji, Oita, Kakamigahara, Kake, Hiroshima, Kakegawa, Kakeru, Kakeya needle problem, Kakeya, Shimane, Kakigori, Kakinoki, Shimane, Kakinomoto no Hitomaro, Kako District, Hyogo, Kakogawa, Kakuda, Kakuna

Kama, Kamaboko, Kamae, Oita, Kamagari, Hiroshima, Kamagaya, Chiba, Kamaishi, Kamakura, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Kamakura period, Kamakura shogunate, Kamato Hongo, Kamehameha Wave, Kameoka, Kameyama, Kameyama, Mie, Kami, Kami (dragonball), Kami District, Kochi, Kami, Hyogo, Kamifukuoka, Saitama, Kamigori, Hyogo, Kamiita, Tokushima, Kamiishizu, Gifu, Kamikatsu, Tokushima, Kamikawa Aya, Kamikawa subprefecture, Kamikaze, Kamikitayama, Nara, Kamikoshiki, Kagoshima, Kamimashiki District, Kumamoto, Kamimine, Saga, Kaminaka, Tokushima, Kaminoho, Gifu, Kaminoseki, Yamaguchi, Kaminoyama, Kamisaibara, Okayama, Kamitakara, Gifu, Kamitonda, Wakayama, Kamitsue, Oita, Kamiukena District, Ehime, Kamiura, Ehime, Kamiura, Oita, Kamiyahagi, Gifu, Kamiyaku, Kagoshima, Kamiyama, Tokushima, Kamo, Kamo District, Gifu, Kamo District, Hiroshima, Kamo District, Shizuoka, Kamo no Chomei, Kamo, Kyoto, Kamo, Okayama, Kamo, Shimane, Kamo, Shizuoka, Kamogata, Okayama, Kamogawa, Chiba, Kamogawa, Okayama, Kamojima, Tokushima, Kamoto District, Kumamoto, Kamoto, Kumamoto, Kamou, Kagoshima

Kan'onji, Kagawa, Kana, Kana-Kanji conversion system, Kanada, Fukuoka, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanagi, Shimane, Kanan, Osaka, Kanaya, Shizuoka, Kanaya, Wakayama, Kanazawa, Bunko Kanazawa, Kanbara, Shizuoka, Kanda Station, Kanda, Fukuoka, Kanemaru Shin, Kaneyama, Gifu, Kanezawa Sanetoki, Kani, Kani District, Gifu, Kanichi Asakawa, Kanie, Aichi, Kanji, Kanji kentei, Kanji Ishiwara, Kanjuro Shibata XX, Kanmon Strait, Kannabe, Hiroshima, Kannami, Shizuoka, Kano Eitoku, Kano school, Kanoashi District, Shimane, Kanon, Kanoya, Kagoshima, Kansai, Kansai Gaidai University, Kansai International Airport, Kantei, Kanto Gakuin University, Kanto plain, Kanto region, Kanuma, Kanzaki District, Hyogo, Kanzaki District, Saga, Kanzaki District, Shiga, Kanzaki, Hyogo, Kanzaki, Saga, Kao, Kumamoto, Kaori Mochida, Kaoru Ishikawa, Kappa (mythical creature), Kappei Yamaguchi, Karakuri, Karaoke, Karasu, Mie, Karasuma Line, Karate, Karatsu, Saga, Kariya, Karl Friedrich Hermann Roesler, Karo, Karoshi, Karuta

Kasa District, Kyoto, Kasagi, Kyoto, Kasahara, Gifu, Kasai, Kasama, Kasamatsu, Gifu, Kasaoka, Okayama, Kasari, Kagoshima, Kasasa, Kagoshima, Kase Ryo, Kaseda, Kagoshima, Kashiba, Kashihara, Kashima, Kashima, Ibaraki, Kashima, Kagoshima, Kashima, Kumamoto, Kashima, Saga, Kashima, Shimane, Kashimo, Gifu, Kashiwa, Chiba, Kashiwara, Kashiwazaki, Kashio River, Kasuga, Fukuoka, Kasuga, Gifu, Kasuga, Hyogo, Kasugai, Aichi, Kasukabe, Saitama, Kasumi, Hyogo, Kasumigaseki, Kasumori Station, Kasutera, Kasuya District, Fukuoka, Kasuya, Fukuoka, Kata, Katakana, Katana, Katano, Katase River, Katayama Tetsu, Katazome, Kato District, Hyogo, Kato Takaaki, Kato Tomosaburo, Katori Shingo, Katori Shinto Ryu, Katsu Kaishu, Katsuhiro Otomo, Katsuta District, Okayama, Katsuta, Okayama, Katsuobushi, Katsura District, Tokushima, Katsura, Tokushima, Katsura Taro, Katsuragi, Wakayama, Katsuren, Okinawa, Katsushika, Tokyo, Katsuura, Chiba, Katsuyama, Katsuyama, Fukuoka, Katsuyama, Okayama

Kawabata Yasunari, Kawabe District, Hyogo, Kawabe, Ehime, Kawabe, Gifu, Kawabe, Wakayama, Kawachi Province, Kawachinagano, Kawage, Mie, Kawagoe, Mie, Kawagoe, Saitama, Kawaguchi Yoriko, Kawaguchi, Saitama, Kawahara, Tottori, Kawai Gyokudo, Kawai, Nara, Kawaii, Kawajiri, Hiroshima, Kawakami, Kawakami District, Okayama, Kawakami Gensai, Kawakami Hiromi, Kawakami, Okayama (Kawakami), Kawakami, Okayama (Maniwa), Kawakami, Nara, Kawakami, Yamaguchi, Kawaminami, Miyazaki, Kawamoto, Shimane, Kawanabe District, Kagoshima, Kawanabe, Kagoshima, Kawane, Shizuoka, Kawanishi, Kawanishi Aircraft Company, Kawanishi H6K, Kawanishi H8K, Kawanishi N1K-J, Kawanishi, Nara, Kawanoe, Ehime, Kawara, Fukuoka, Kawaramachi Station, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Kawasaki Ki-56, Kawasaki Ki-61, Kawasaki KLR650, Kawasaki motorcycles, Kawasaki, Fukuoka, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Kawase Naomi, Kawashima Yoshiko, Kawashima, Gifu, Kawashima, Tokushima, Kawasoe, Saga, Kawauchi, Ehime, Kawaue, Gifu, Kawaura, Kumamoto, Kawazu, Shizuoka, Kaya, Kyoto, Kayaku-Jutsu, Kayo, Okayama, Kaze no Kizu, Kazo, Saitama, Kazoku, Kazuhiro Sasaki, Kazumi Watanabe, Kazuno, Kazuo Ishiguro, Kazuo Matsui, Kazuo Miyagawa, Kazuo Umezu, Kazusa Province, KDDI

Kedoin, Kagoshima, Kegon, Keicar, Keihin-Tohoku Line, Keihoku, Kyoto, Keiko, Keiko Yukimura, Keio, Keio Electric Railway, Keio Hachioji Station, Keio Line, Keio Shonan Fujisawa Junior and Senior High School, Keio University, Keio University Shonan-Fujisawa Campus, Keiretsu, Keirin, Keisen, Fukuoka, Kemari, Kemmu restoration, Ken, Ken Akamatsu, Ken Hidaka, Ken Kutaragi, Ken Masters, Ken Sakamura, Ken Sugimori, Ken Watanabe (actor), Ken Watanabe (astrophysicist), Kendo, Kenji Kawai, Kenji Sahara, Kenjutsu, Kenpo, Kenroku-en, Kensei, Kenshin Dragon Quest, Kensho, Kesen District, Iwate, Kesennuma, Ketaka District, Tottori, Ketaka, Tottori, Keyblade

Ki no Tsurayuki, Ki Society, Kia Asamiya, KiAi, Kibi District, Okayama, Kibi, Wakayama, Kibito, Kid Icarus, Kid's Story, Kido Takayoshi, Kigo, Kiho, Mie, Kiho, Minamimuro, Mie, Kihoku, Kagoshima, Kii Province, Kiinagashima, Mie, Kiire, Kagoshima, Kijo, Miyazaki, Kikai, Kagoshima, Kiki's Delivery Service, Kikkoman Corporation, Kikuchi District, Kumamoto, Kikuchi, Kumamoto, Kikuchi Kan, Kikuchi Yoshinori, Kikugawa, Shizuoka, Kikugawa, Yamaguchi, Kikuka, Kumamoto, Kikuko Inoue, Kikuma, Ehime, Kikusui, Kumamoto, Kikuyo, Kumamoto, Kikyo, Kill Bill

Kim Saryan, Kimba the White Lion, Kimi ga Nozomu Eien, Kimi Ga Yo, Kimiko Date, Kimita, Hiroshima, Kimitsu, Chiba, Kimono, Kimono de Ginza, Kimotsuki District, Kagoshima, Kimura Takuya, Kimura-gumo, Kin, Okinawa, Kinai, King Cold, King Ghidorah, King Gidora, King K Rool, King Kong vs Godzilla, King of Fighters, King of Fighters - Evolution, King Records, Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts 2, Kinhin, Kinji Fukasaku, Kinjite, Kinkaku-ji, Kinki Kids, Kinki Nippon Railway, Kino Makoto, Kino no Tabi, Kinomoto, Shiga, Kinosaki District, Hyogo, Kinosaki, Hyogo, Kinoshita Mokutaro, Kinpo, Kagoshima, Kintaro, Kintetsu Kyoto Line, Kintetsu Nagoya Line, Kintetsu Nara Line, Kintetsu Osaka Line, Kintetsu-Hatta Station

Kira, Aichi, Kirin, Kirishima, Kagoshima, Kiryu, Kisa, Hiroshima, Kisa, Futami, Hiroshima, Kisaragi, Kisarazu, Chiba, Kisawa, Tokushima, Kisei, Mie, Kishi Nobusuke, Kishigawa, Wakayama, Kishima District, Saga, Kishimoto, Tottori, Kishiwada, Kiso Mountains, Kisogawa, Aichi, Kisosaki, Mie, Kisuki, Shimane

Kita, Kita District, Ehime, Kita District, Kagawa, Kita Ikki, Kita-ku, Sapporo, Kita-Osaka Kyuko Railway, Kita, Tokyo, Kitaamabe District, Oita, Kitadaito, Okinawa, Kitagata, Gifu, Kitagata, Saga, Kitagawa, Kochi, Kitagawa, Miyazaki, Kitago, Higashiusuki, Miyazaki, Kitago, Minaminaka, Miyazaki, Kitago, Miyazaki, Kitahara Hakushu, Kitahata, Saga, Kitahiroshima, Hokkaido, Kitaibaraki, Ibaraki, Kitajima, Tokushima, Kitakami, Kitakata, Kitakata, Miyazaki, Kitakatsuragi District, Nara, Kitakuwada District, Kyoto, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Kitami, Kitamorokata District, Miyazaki, Kitamoto, Saitama, Kitamura Ryuhei, Kitamuro District, Mie, Kitanakagusuku, Okinawa, Kitano Takeshi, Kitano, Fukuoka, Kitashigeyasu, Saga, Kitashitara District, Aichi, Kitaura, Miyazaki, Kitauwa District, Ehime, Kitayama, Wakayama

Kito, Tokushima, Kitsuki, Oita, Kitsune, Kiyama, Saga, Kiyokawa, Oita, Kiyomi, Gifu, Kiyone, Okayama, Kiyoshi Karl Kawakami, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Kiyoshi Oka, Kiyosu, Aichi, Kiyotake, Miyazaki, Kiwa, Kiwa, Mie, Kiyose, Kiyoshi Atsumi, Kiyoura Keigo, Kizu, Kyoto, Knight Sabers, Knock Yokoyama, Know-It-All Brothers

Ko-hyoteki class submarine, Koan, Kobayashi Masaki, Kobayashi Takiji, Kobayashi, Miyazaki, Kobe Airport, Kobe Electric Railway, Kobe Line, Kobe Municipal Subway, Kobe Municipal Transportation Bureau, Kobe New Transit, Kobe Rapid Railway, Kobe Station, Kobe University, Kobe, Hyogo, Kochi, Kochi, Hiroshima, Kochi, Kochi, Kochi prefecture, Kochikame, Kochinda, Okinawa, Koda Kumi, Koda Rohan, Kodachi, Kodaira, Kodama (Shinkansen), Kodera, Hyogo, Kodomo no hi, Koei, Kofu, Kofu, Tottori, Kofun, Koga, Koga, Fukuoka, Koga, Ibaraki, Kogal, Koganei, Koge, Tottori, Kogo Noda, Kohaku, Kohoku, Saga, Kohoku, Shiga, Koi, Koichi Domoto, Koichi Sugiyama, Koichi Wakata, Koinobori, Koishiwara, Fukuoka, Koiso Kuniaki, Koizumi Hidemasa, Koizumi Kyoko, Koizumi Takashi, Koji Kondo, Kojiki, Kojima District, Okayama, Kojima Usui

Koka District, Shiga, Koka, Shiga, Kokawa, Wakayama, Kokei, Kokichi Mikimoto, Kokin Gumi, Kokin Wakashu, Kokiri, Kokiri Forest, Kokonoe, Oita, Kokoro, Koku, Kokubu, Kagoshima, Kokubunji, Kokubunji, Kagawa, Kokufu, Gifu, Kokufu, Tottori, Kokura, Kokura Station, Kokyo, Komachi (Shinkansen), Komae, Komagane, Komaki, Aichi, Komatsu, Komatsu Rika, Komatsu, Ehime, Komatsushima, Tokushima, Komei, Komono, Mie, Komoro, Kompeito, Komura Jutaro

Kon Satoshi, Kondo effect, Kon Ichikawa, Kon'jyaku-monogatari, Konaka Chiaki, Konami, Konami Code, Konan, Konan, Kagawa, Konan, Shiga, Kondo Isami, Konica Minolta, Konin, Konko, Okayama, Konoe, Konoe clan, Konoe Fumimaro, Konosuke Matsushita, Konu District, Hiroshima, Konu, Hiroshima, Koopa Kid, Koopa Troopa, Kora, Shiga, Korean-Japanese disputes, Koreeda Hirokazu, Korematsu v. United States, Koriyama, Koriyama, Kagoshima, Koro-pok-guru, Koryo, Nara, Koryo, Shimane, Koryu, Kosa, Kumamoto, Kosai, Kosei, Shiga, Koseki, Koshi, Kumamoto, Koshigaya, Saitama, Koshin'etsu region, Kota, Aichi, Kotake, Fukuoka, Koto, Koto Ryu, Koto, Shiga, Koto, Tokyo, Kotoamatsukami, Kotohira, Kagawa, Kotoku Shusui, Kotonami, Kagawa, Kotono Mitsuishi, Kouga, Kounosu, Saitama, Koxinga, Koya, Wakayama, Koyadaira, Tokushima, Koyaguchi, Wakayama, Koyama, Kagoshima, Koyu District, Miyazaki, Koza, Wakayama, Kozagawa, Wakayama, Kozakai, Aichi, Kozan, Hiroshima, Kozuke Province, Kozuki, Hyogo, Kristi Tsuya Yamaguchi

Ku, Kubokawa, Kochi, Kubota, Saga, Kubotan, Kuchiwa, Hiroshima, Kudamatsu, Yamaguchi, Kudoyama, Wakayama, Kudzu, Kuga District, Yamaguchi, Kuga, Yamaguchi, Kugino, Kumamoto, Kuguno, Gifu, Kui, Hiroshima, Kuji, Kujo clan, Kujo Yoritsugu, Kujo Yoritsune, Kuju, Oita, Kuka, Yamaguchi, Kukai, Kuki Shuzo, Kuki, Saitama, Kukishin Ryu, Kuma District, Kumamoto, Kuma, Ehime, Kuma, Kumamoto, Kumagaya, Saitama, Kumage District, Kagoshima, Kumage District, Yamaguchi, Kumamoto Castle, Kumamoto Prefecture, Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Kumamoto, Kumano, Kumano, Hiroshima, Kumanogawa, Wakayama, Kumatori, Osaka, Kumayama, Okayama, Kume District, Okayama, Kume, Okayama, Kumejima, Okinawa, Kumenan, Okayama, Kumite, Kumiyama, Kyoto, Kuni, Kunigami District, Okinawa, Kunigami, Okinawa, Kunikida Doppo, Kunimi, Oita, Kunisada, Kunisaki, Oita, Kunitachi, Kunitomi, Miyazaki, Kuniyoshi, Kunohe, Iwate, Kunoichi, Kunrei-shiki, Kunyomi

Kurahashi, Hiroshima, Kuraki Mai, Kuranari Tadashi, Kurashiki, Okayama, Kuratake, Kumamoto, Kurate District, Fukuoka, Kurate, Fukuoka, Kurayoshi, Tottori, Kure, Kure, Hiroshima, Kuril Islands, Kuril Island conflict, Kurino, Kagoshima, Kuririn, Kurobe, Kuroda Fukumi, Kuroda Kiyotaka, Kurodasho, Hyogo, Kurogi, Fukuoka, Kurohone, Seta, Gunma, Kuroishi, Kuroiso, Kurokawa Kisho, Kuroki Itei, Kuroko, Kurosawa, Kurosawa's Dreams, Kurose, Hiroshima, Kuroshima Denji, Kurotaki, Nara, Kuru Kuru Kururin, Kurume, Fukuoka, Kusachu language, Kusanagi, Kusari Gama, Kusatsu, Kuse District, Kyoto, Kuse, Okayama, Kushi, Kushihara, Gifu, Kushikino, Kagoshima, Kushima, Miyazaki, Kushimoto, Wakayama, Kushira, Kagoshima, Kushiro, Kushiro subprefecture, Kusu District, Oita, Kusu, Mie, Kusu, Oita, Kusudama, Kusunai, Kusunoki, Yamaguchi, Kutchan, Abuta, Hokkaido, Kutsuki, Shiga, Kuwabara Ichiyo, Kuwana, Kuwana District, Mie, Kuze, Gifu

Kyobashi, Kyobashi Station, Kyobashi Station (Osaka), Kyocera, Kyodo, Kyoho Reforms, Kyoko Fukada, Kyokushi, Kumamoto, Kyokushin, Kyosaku, Kyotanabe, Kyoto Common Lisp, Kyoto Line, Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau, Kyoto prefecture, Kyoto Prize, Kyoto Protocol, Kyoto School, Kyoto Station, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Kyoto, Kyudo, Kyuragi, Saga, Kyushu, Kyushu Institute of Design, Kyushu J7W Kyushu Shinkansen, Kyushu University