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Apostolic Kingdom of Japan
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Flag National Seal
Motto: 天上のお母様のために戦い (In the name of Holy mother, fight!)
Anthem: placeholder
Capital
and Largest City
Tenkyo, Tsukishi Province
Official languages Japanese, Latin
Recognised regional languages Hokkien, Hakka, Korean, Ilokano
Most used foreign language Hebrew, German
Ethnic groups Japanese, Koreans, Jurchens, Taiwanese, Chinese, Ivatan, Ilokanos
Demonym Catholic Japanese, Japanese
Government Theocratic Constitutional Elective Monarchy
Francis III (Shimazu F. Tadakatsu)
• Archbishop of Tsukishi
Tojo C. Hideki
• High Arbiter
Seishiro J. Itagaki
• General Judicator and Inquisitor of Japan
Konoye W. Fumimaro
Legislature Conclave of Japan
Chamber of Clerics
Chamber of Commoners
Established
• Shimabara Rebellion
Late 1637
• Baptism of Shimazu Clan
July 7th, 1660
• Ratification of Constitution
October 3, 1668
• Recognized by Papacy
December 25, 1670
Population
• 2012 estimate
48,058,000
• 2010 census
50,905,017
Currency Japanese Thaler (JPT)
Time zone Tenkyo Standard Time (UTC+9)

The Apostolic Kingdom of Japan, is a theocratic kingdom which formerly part of Imperial Japan, broken off from Tokugawa Shogunate in 25th December 1670, as result of victory of Catholic daimyos and Catholic rebels in Kyushu. Apostolic Kingdom of Japan is the only Japan recognized by The Papal States and Spanish Empire, and there are no formal armstice with the Imperial Japan for several centuries. In the current century, Apostolic Kingdom of Japan had engaged war on Qing Empire, United Provinces of China, Sultanate of Malacca, and Atlantic Federation, annexed many lands through warfare.

Geography

The Apostolic Kingdom of Japan is a maritime state, the capital is situated in Tenkyo, Tsukishi Province, which on it's main island Kyushu. Apostolic Kingdom of Japan controlled all islands in Northwestern Pacific. The Apostolic Kingdom of Japan is hot in summer and warm in winter. It is divided into 23 provinces and 2 territories,

Provinces under administration of Prelacy of Kyushu-Ryuku

  1. Buzen (Capital: Kokura)
  2. Bungo (Capital: Oita)
  3. Hizen (Capital: Saga)
  4. Higo (Capital: Kumamoto)
  5. Tsukishi (Capital: Tenkyo)
  6. Iki (Capital: Nagasaki)
  7. Satsuma (Capital: Kagoshima)
  8. Hyuuga (Capital: Miyazaki)
  9. Osumi (Capital: Kirishima)
  10. Tsushima (Capital: Tsushima)
  11. Ryuzen (Capital: Kanjo) (Annexed from vassal Ryuku Kingdom in 1871)
  12. Ryugo (Capital: Kanjo) (Annexed from vassal Ryuku Kingdom in 1871)
  13. Taizen (Capital: Hatagaran) (Obtained from Sino-Japanese war in 1894)
  14. Taichu (Capital: Shoka) (Obtained from Sino-Japanese war in 1894)
  15. Taigo (Capital: Takao) (Obtained from Sino-Japanese war in 1894)

Provinces under administration of Prelacy of Chosen

  1. Kanjo (Capital: Kanjo) (Obtained from Jurcheo-Japanese war in 1905)
  2. Chusei (Capital: Ota) (Obtained from Jurcheo-Japanese war in 1905)
  3. Senra (Capital: Koshu) (Obtained from Jurcheo-Japanese war in 1905)
  4. Keisho (Capital:Kamayama ) (Obtained from Jurcheo-Japanese war in 1905)
  5. Kogen (Capital: Koryo) (Obtained from Jurcheo-Japanese war in 1905)
  6. Hei'an (Capital: Heijo) (Obtained from Jurcheo-Japanese war in 1905)
  7. Kokai (Capital: Kaiju) (Obtained from Jurcheo-Japanese war in 1905)
  8. Kankyo (Capital: Kanko) (Obtained from Jurcheo-Japanese war in 1905)

History

Shimabara Rebellion in late 17th Century

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