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本田菊
Japan
日本国
- J a p a n -

本田菊

Sello imperial Pictures, Images and Photos いろはにほへとちりぬるを日のいずる国ジパングSello imperial Pictures, Images and Photos
Even the blossoming flowers will eventually scatter. Land of the rising sun, Jipangu


あらためまして、日本です。
Aratamemashite nihon desu.
趣味は空気を読んで発言を慎む事です。
Shumi wa kuuki wo yonde hatsugen wo tsutsushimu koto desu.

(Nice to meet you again, my name is Japan
my hobby is analyze the situation and determine whether not to talk.)


ah, excuse me, my human name is Kiku Honda.
i live in the center of the world. East Asia.
I am a country where the sun rises, that can be explained by looking at my flag.


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11 February at reign of emperor Jimmu (神武天皇 ). it's about 660BC is the day when i founded. and it's my birthday.

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口ぐさ善は....処します、 また今度、 考えます、答は全部いいえです。
(stock phrases is....i'll try my best, next time, i'll think it again, all the answer is no.)

私は…ホモではありません。
watashi wa.....homo de wa arimasen.
(im not a gay )



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宜しくお願いたします。
(Yoroshiku onegaitashimasu)
Best Regard in The Future


Sello imperial Pictures, Images and Photos He prefer to be called by his surname "Honda". or his country name "Nihon" or "Japan". don't ever call him as "Kiku" at the first time you meet him, because it's rude and don't blame him if he not respect to you because of that. He only allowed peoples close to him to call him by "Kiku". Even all his prefectures called him by "Nihon-san"or "Nihon-dono"

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-H I S T O R Y O F J A P A N -


Ancient of Japan
Jamon 14000-300BC, Yayoi 400 or 300 BC, and Kofun Period 250 AD.

Classical Japan
Asuka period

Nara Period (710-794)
A centralized government, with its capital in what is now the city of Nara, was established under a Chinese-style system of law codes known as the Ritsuryo system. Buddhism became the national religion, and Buddhist art and architecture flourished. Provincial temples called kokubunji were set up throughout Japan. It was during this period that the Great Buddha at the Todaiji temple in Nara was built. Histories of Japan, such as Kojiki and Nihon shoki were compiled, as was the celebrated collection of poetry called Man'yoshu.

Heian Period (794-1185)
After the capital moved to what is now Kyoto, certain noble families,especially the Fujiwara family, gained control of the government, ruling on behalf of the emperor. The Chinese-style culture that had dominated the Nara period was gradually replaced by a more indigenous style of culture closer to the lives of the people and their natural surroundings. The palaces of the emperor and the residences of the noble families incorporated beautiful gardens, with buildings in the shinden-zukuri style of architecture. Literary masterpieces such as Murasaki Shikibu's The Tale of Genji and Sei Shonagon's Pillow Book were written during this period.

Feudal Japan (1185–1868)
Kamakura Period (1185-1333)
The Taira family, a warrior family that had come to dominate the imperial court in the late Heian period, was overthrown by the Minamoto family. Minamoto no Yoritomo was given the title of shogun by the court, and he set up a military-style government at Kamakura - the Kamakura Shogunate - ushering in a period of de facto rule by members of the warrior class. In the arts, a vigorous, realistic style emerged that was in keeping with the warrior spirit. The statues of fierce guardian deities by Unkei and other sculptors at the Southern Great Gate of Todaiji Temple are examples of this powerful, realistic style. In literature, this period is noted for military tales such as the Tale of the Heike, which celebrated the exploits of the warriors.

Muromachi Period (1333-1568)
The beginning of this period was dominated by a political standoff between Emperor Go-Daigo, who had briefly restored control of the government to the imperial court, and his former supporter Ashikaga Takauji, who had overthrown the Kamakura Shogunate but had then gone on to establish the Muromachi Shogunate. In time the shogunate weakened, losing its centralized control over local warlords; the latter part of this period is referred to as the Sengoku period - a period of "warring states." More plebeian forms of culture began to emerge as the merchant class and the peasants managed to improve their circumstances. In the arts this was a period of Chinese-style ink painting, and in theater Noh drama and kyogen came to the fore. This was also the period in which the pursuits of tea ceremony and flower arrangement were born. In architecture, an important development was the shoin-zukuri style, with elegant tatami-matted rooms, featuring an alcove where paintings were hung.

Sengoku period

Azuchi-Momoyama Period (1568-1600)
The nation was reunified by Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi (foremost among the Sengoku warlords) who respectively ruled it briefly. In the arts, this was a period of increased contact with Europeans, who had begun to visit Japan earlier in the century. In place of the Buddhist influence of earlier periods, a lavishly ornate decorative style was developed at the hands of the warlords and the emerging merchant classes in the towns. This new style reached its height in Nobunaga's Azuchi Castle and Hideyoshi's Momoyama and Osaka castles. At this time the tea master Sen no Rikyu developed the tea ceremony into an esthetic discipline that is known as the Way of Tea.

Edo ("Tokugawa") period (1603–1868)
Tokugawa Ieyasu, who defeated other vassals of the deceased Toyotomi Hideyoshi at the Battle of Sekigahara and thereby gained control of Japan, established the Tokugawa Shogunate in Edo (now Tokyo). The Tokugawa shoguns ruled Japan for over 260 years, and for some 200 of these years the country was virtually shut off from foreign contact by the shogunate's policy of national seclusion. From the end of the 17th century through the beginning of the 18th century, a colorful, down-to-earth new culture developed among the townsmen of the older cities of Kyoto and Osaka. Ihara Saikaku composed his ukiyo-zoshi (books of the "floating world"), Chikamatsu Monzaemon portrayed tragic relationships between men and women in his puppet plays, and Matsuo Basho raised the comic haiku verse form to the level of a literary art. By the Bunka and Bunsei eras, at the beginning of the 19th century, this new merchant-class form of culture was also flourishing in the shogunal capital of Edo. The kabuki drama was in its heyday. The printing of books had become an industry. The art of the woodblock print (ukiyoe) was born, with Sharaku producing his portraits of actors, Utamaro his pictures of beautiful women, and Hokusai and Hiroshige their landscapes.

Empire of Japan (1868–1945)

Taisho Period (1912-1926)

The educated urban middle classes avidly read the latest translations of Western books and provided the audience for new experiments in literature, drama, music, and painting. New kings of mass media - large circulation newspapers, general monthly magazines like Chuo koron (The Central Review) and Kaizo, and radio broadcasts - added to the richness of cultural life. The significant development in literature was the emergence of the Shirakaba school. Members of the group including Mushanokoji Saneatsu and Shiga Naoya were united by their upper- class background as well as by their basic humanism. In the Western-style of painting, Yasui Sotaro and Umehara Ryuzaburo returned from Paris to promote the styles of Cezanne and Renoir. Japanese-style painters such as Yokoyama Taikan and Hishida Shunso were also affected by European styles, although on a limited scale.

Postwar Japan (1945–present)
Showa Period (1926-1989)
Heisei Period (1989 to present)

The financial crisis of 1927, which occurred in the aftermath of the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923 that devastated the Tokyo area, eventually led to a long period of economic depression. In these circumstances, the power of the military increased, and it eventually gained control of the government. The Manchurian Incident of 1931 launched a series of events that culminated in Japan's entry into World War II. This war ended in Japan's defeat, with Emperor Showa accepting the terms of the Potsdam Declaration. Japan rose from the rubble of defeat, going on to achieve an almost miraculous economic recovery, which has allowed it to take its place among the world's leading democratic powers.

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Headcannons of Japan (Kiku Honda)


* Japan speaks using "keigo", the polite language used in Japan.
* Keigo for brother / Sister is not "Onii-san" / "Onee-san" but "Aniue" / " Aneue"
* so does with "mother" and "father". It's "Hahaue" and "Chichiue"
* Japan called someone using "-san" in the end of name, the polite way to said someone name.
* But Japan is using "-kun" toward Italy. Because Italy already close with him and He is his best friend. also, Italy is younger than him. (considering that he used "-kun" to Italy, i used to call South Korea and Hongkong with "-kun" too, since basically they are his younger brother, they're already close since a long time ago )
* He is an Otaku.
* He afraid of cockroach very much
* He is OLD (about 2671 years old). teenager is just his appearance.
* His prefectures and cities are NOT his child. considering that prefecture and city are lives more longer than "country". They are his subordinate.
* He love to read shonen magazine, the manga / comic magazine which the stories in the magazine are about adventures kind of things. so,"yaoi" is not his favorite manga. He just selling it.
* He is not celebrating Christmas, since his religion are "Shinto". But he still thinking that Christmas is holy day, but that day is more to party and courtship than praying. Praying is only in Jinja (temple) for him.
* Honda is his surname and Kiku is his name. Calling his name as "Kiku" at the first time they meet is rude. Japanese people always calling their surname first at the first time they meet. they will calling each other name when they are already close. or with each other permission.



君が代

君が代は
千代に八千代に
さざれ石の
巌となりて
苔の生すまで

Kimigayo wa
Chiyo ni yachiyo ni
Sazare-ishi no
Iwao to narite
Koke no musu made

May your reign
Continue for a thousand, eight thousand generations,
Until the pebbles
Grow into boulders
Lush with moss






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JSOkami Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014
*A little boy walks up to you, he has somewhat messy black hair, slightly bushy eyebrows, brown eyes, and two curls on the left side of his head, and is wearing a black robe* S..S..Sabaidee...I-I'm Laos...your little brother...

(Laos is a landlocked country in Southeast Asia, and in WW2, Japan briefly captured Laos and occupied it for a little bit. Laos is poor, hungry and is the most bombed country in the world (One load of B-52 bombs dropped every 8 minutes, 24/7, for 9 years.)
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Conqueror-Of-Winter Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014
staaaaaaaaaaaaare. 
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\blink blink, hoping to get a reaction out of him
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Honda---Kiku Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2014
*shudders* i feels negative aura behind me....
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Conqueror-Of-Winter Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014
\smiles 
Aha it's working ~
\walks up to him and pats him on the shoulder
Privyet, Japan. I hope you're doing well, da? 
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Honda---Kiku Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014
Roshia-san!! *step back* *stay alert*

what do you want? ="=
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SakuraHonda22 Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Student
 i love you Kiku  ^3^
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Klover-Masquerade Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2014
Happy Birthday ^.^
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Aeveternal Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2014  Student Digital Artist
HAPPY BIRTHDAY~!! :party:
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Portugal22 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nihon-san kon'nichiwa, watashi wa anata o mitasu tame ni Porutogaru-chan (watashi no mesu OC moji) sono sutekidesu! 

(Hello, Japan-San, I'm Portugal-chan (my female OC character) its nice to meet you!
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fujihayabusa Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
otanjoubi omdetou gozaimasu.^^

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