Following the lead of their Chinese neighbors, Japan sent settlement and explorations to the North American west coast. The resulting settlements eventually unified into Shinihon. Following the end of the Second World War, Shinihon lost much of its southern territory to Dongguo, and some of its northeastern land to Canada. Despite this, the populace remains steadfastly loyal to the Emperor across the sea in Toyko.
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