|East Asian Imperial Alliance|
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Emperor (天皇, tennō,
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The East Asian Imperial Alliance (東亜帝国同盟,Toua Teikoku Domei), also unofficially referred to as the Japanese Empire (日本帝国, Nippon Teikoku), was a sovereign state which rose out of the former East Asian holdings of the Holy Empire of Kira's Kingdom in approximately 450 NE. Its core territories included the islands of Japan and the Philippines, the island of Sakhalin, the Kuril Islands, the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Korean Peninsula, and Vietnam.
Among the first nations in the region to regain a semblance of civilization following the destruction and planetary isolation caused by the Jedi Rebellion, by the late Fourth Century NE Japan had begun exerting its influence on other former regional territories of Kira's Kingdom, seeking to bring them under its control. Thanks in large part to the cultural ties developed over centuries of unification, this effort was ultimately successful; by 450 NE the Imperial Alliance was officially established as a union of these nations, although it remained politically dominated by Japan.
By 1000 NE, thanks to its early rise and extended period of relative stability, the Imperial Alliance had become a major regional power.