Is Japan part of Europe?
No, Japan is not part of Europe.
What places are a part of the Northern Hemisphere Argentina Europe Australia Canada Antarctica and Japan?
Europe, Japan and Canada are in the Northern Hemisphere
No it is not. Because it is in tokyo. and my name is Caitlyn Bray. Im nise happy people in the world. Tokyo is the capital of the Country of Japan, and Japan is in the eastern part of the continent of Asia, which is located to the east of Europe.
Disneyland Paris is located in France, which is part of Europe. The original Disneyland is located in the United States. There are also Disneylands in Japan and China.
Europe is a continent, not a country. Japan is a country, in the continent of Asia. Europe is a continent, not a country. Japan is a country, in the continent of Asia. Europe is a continent, not a country. Japan is a country, in the continent of Asia. Europe is a continent, not a country. Japan is a country, in the continent of Asia. Europe is a continent, not a country. Japan is a country… Read More
Against the Axis powers, of which Japan was part of. (The Bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan). The emperor of Japan at the time was Hirohito, and Hitler was in control of Germany and Europe.
One part of it is the neo-confucian traditions in Japan not existing in medieval Europe. And the different religions.
Japan was isolated from Europe Japan was isolated from Europe.
Which of the following countries are not in Europe A Russia B Australia C Japan D China E Sweden F Great Britain?
Australia, Japan, China, and part of Russia.
It wasn't just fought in Japan. It was also fought in Europe, Africa and other parts of Asia. Reason why World War 2 was fought in Japan was thought Japan was part of the Axis and they were fighting against the US.
The allied strategy to win the war in Europe was by attacking Northern Africa to divert Germany's attention from the Eastern Front in Europe. Also part of the strategy was the forestalling of Germany's invasion of Japan.
japan is down and Europe is up
Japan is not part of Asia Pacific. As for Asia, it depends. Japan is NOT part of Asia according to some Japanese. Japan is separated from Asian continent by water, and some Japanese believe it's not part of Asia. They would say something like: "We are building new factories in Asia". In Japan, the phrase would explicitly mean "We are building new factories in Asia, but outside of Japan". Asian is translated to ajia-jin in… Read More
no, Japan is in Asia
60 Hz in the Americas except Argentina, Saudi Arabia and part of Japan, 50Hz in Europe, Africa, the rest of Japan, Argentina, Russia, the Far East and Oceania.
In Europe, including European part of Russia, North Africa, China, Indo-China, Japan and Pacific Islands.
It would also be summer in Europe. Europe and Japan are both in the northern hemisphere so they have the same seasons at the same time.
It depends. Japan is NOT part of Asia according to some Japanese. Japan is separated from Asian continent by water, and some Japanese believe it's not part of Asia. If they say something like: "We are building new factories in Asia", the phrase would explicitly mean "We are building new factories in Asia, but outside of Japan". Asian is translated to ajia-jin in Japanese, but when they say ajia-jin, it usually excludes Japanese. It's somewhat… Read More
Greece is in a part of Southern Europe, as well as a part of Western Europe.
World War 2 ended officially on 2 September 1945 right after the United States dropped two atomic bombs on Japan and Japan surrendered. But World War 2 ended in Europe when Adolf Hitler commited Suicide on 30 April 1945.
Japan did not play any particular part in WW1 asside from patroling Australia's shores while Our navy was in Europe.
The southern part of Eastern Europe, or Southeastern Europe, is the most mountainous part of Eastern Europe.
The term "Continental Europe" is usually associated with the mainland of Europe. England is part of Europe, but it is not on the mainland of Europe, so isn't considered part of continental Europe.
Both are regarded as part of western Europe. Geographically Germany is in central Europe and Italy in southern Europe.
no it is in Asia
No it is not. It is in Europe
Japan is part of Asia
portugal landed in japan *my balls itch*
It depends on what part of Europe you are refering to.
It is part of Europe.
No Cuba is not part of Europe.
No, Germany is a part of Europe
In Japan, the warrior class of feudalism was more ingrained in religion than in Europe.
Brazil is not a part of Europe. It is a part of South America.
Italy is on the southern border of Europe, extending out in the Mediterranean Sea Italy can be considered a part of Southern Europe as well as a part of Western Europe.
Europe and Japan were both feudal societies. Feudal systems contain hierarchies. The hierarchies in Japan and Europe were similar: king/emperor on the top, nobles next, then knights/samurai, then merchants and craftsmen, and lastly, peasants and serfs.
Japan is part of the Asia continent.
Yes, Japan is a part of Asia
Japan is part of east Asia.
Scandinavia is a part of Europe. It connections to the part of Russia that is part of Europe continent.
In Japan the warriors raised the taxes and in Europe they needed the warriors to defend there riches
In Europe, it ended in the battle of Berlin, and in Japan the United States dropped bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
No. Most of Russia is in Asia. The part that is in Europe is in eastern Europe.
Yes, it is part of the UK, which is part of Europe.
The west part which is in Europe. The west part which is in Europe.
No. Japan is a country located in East Asia. The UK is in Europe.
Japan and India are in Asia. Italy is in Europe.
They don't eat much rice in Europe.
Asia (China,Japan,Indonesia) America (U.S,Canada,Colombia,Peru,Cuba) Africa (Sudan,Egypt,South Africa) Australia (Sydney) and Antarctica ...
New immigrants are people who came to America from southern and eastern Europe. Such as Italy, Poland, Russia, Greece, and also part of Asia like China or Japan.
The HYPER VTEC system first appeared in 1983, as part of the CBR400. The DOHC VTEC was first introduced in Japan and Europe in 1989, and in 1991 in the US.