동아시아 연합
கிழக்கு ஆசிய ஒன்றியம்
Formation Summer 1952
Type Military and Economic Alliance
Headquarters Kōchi, Kōchi Prefecture, Japan
Membership 5
Official languages Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Thai, Cambodian, Vietnamese, Lao, Tibet, Mongolian, Malaysian, Tamil
Secretary General Akiko Dōmoto

The East Asian Union is an organisation established by the Japanese Republic shortly after giving independence to Thailand, Indochina, Tibet, and Korea. It is a organisation to ensure each others protection and ability to fight off any enemies, prevent any coups of the government, and to help each other fight off an invasion by another nation.


Founded in Summer of 1952 by Japan. In 1953, a mysterious coup happened in China, and soon a new Prime Minister and President were elected from there. However an investigation was to be set up but the news and all had slipped by the East Asian Union un-noticed. In Spring of 1953, Great Britain asked Japan to supervise the elections and government of the independent Asian and Oceania colonies, and soon Japan and the East Asian Union did so and watched it.

Member nations

  • Japanese Republic (Japanese:日本共和国)
  • Republic of Korea (Korean:대한민국)
  • Republic of Thailand (Thai:สาธารณรัฐสยาม)
  • Republic of Indochina (Vietnamese:Đông Dương Cộng Hòa; Lao:ອິນດູຈີນ; Cambodian:សាធារណរដ្ឋ ឥណ្ឌូចិន)
  • Kingdom of Tibet (བོད་)