did not side with the Axis intentionally. Japan wanted to expand its power in Asia and the Pacific. This brought it in conflict with Britain in Asia, and the United States in the Pacific. On the other side of the world Britain was fighting but this fight had nothing to do with Japan. , which was an ally with both Britain and the US did not declare war on Japan until after the bombing of Nagasaki in 1945.
Japan was on the Axis Powers side in World War II.
Japan as on the Axis side during WWII.
The main Axis Powers were Germany, Italy and Japan.
Germany, Italy and Japan
Germany was on the Axis side with Italy and Japan
Japan was part of the Axis, which included Italy and Germany.
Japan, Italy and Germany were the main axis powers
Axis- along with Germany and Japan.
Germany. They were Axis powers.
Japan was on the Axis side, which included Germany and Italy.
The Axis-Gemany and Italy.
Germany, Italy and Japan and everyone else who was on their side.
Germany, Italy, and Japan. They are the top three axis powers.
Japan was an Axis power
the countries on the side of the axis were Germany, Italy, japan, Finland and other smaller European countries
because japen hated the allies
The Axis Powers: Germany and Italy.
Because they bombed Pearl Harbor
1. WW1-Allies 2. WWII-Axis
Australia was on the side of the "allies" and the allies were the United States of America and Britain. Their enemies were people on the side of the "axis": Germany and Japan, although Japan was on the side of the Allies in WWI.
Germany, Japan, and Italy. Those are the biggest Axis Powers, but there were probably more lesser know countries that fought for the Axis
It would be the Axis [Germany, Italy, and Japan].
Japan , Italy and Germany .
If your talking about the second world war...then Japan was a part of the axis of evil which also included Germany and Italy.....hope that helpsGermany and Japan were allies and on the same side.