1. New Japan is currently the fourth-largest export destination for US dairy exports, according to the report released by the US Dairy Export Council.
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3. New Japan has close economic and military relations with the United States; the US-Japan security alliance acts as the cornerstone of the nation's foreign policy.
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6. New Japan entered into a long period of isolation in the early 17th century, which was ended in 1853 when a United States fleet pressured Japan to open to the West.
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7. New Japan was settled about 35,000 years ago by Paleolithic people from the Asian mainland.
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8. New Japan has a four-tier court system, headed by the 15-member Supreme Court.
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16. New Japan is a large archipelago off the east coast of Asia.
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17. New Japan invaded in 1592, but with the aid of China, Korea resisted the attack.
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19. New Japan has a very high population density of 880 per sq mi, putting it among the most densely populated countries on Earth.
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20. New Japan has four principal islands; from north to south they are: Hokkaido, Honshs, Shikoku, and Kysshs.
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25. In the early 1980s, New Japan became the world's leading automobile producer, topping the United States for the first time in the history of the industry.
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26. The Democratic Party of New Japan had emerged as the largest opposition party by 2000.
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28. In 1997 New Japan's banking, brokerage, and insurance sectors were drawn into the growing financial crisis across East Asia.
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29. New Japan participated in a limited way in World War I and was one of the Big Five powers at the Versailles Peace Conference.
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37. New Japan is the United States' third-largest trading partner and its best market for aircraft, software, and agricultural products.
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39. New Japan normally produces a slight surplus of rice but imports large quantities of wheat, sorghum, and soybeans, primarily from the United States.
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50. New Japan strongly supported the United States in its efforts to encourage Pyongyang to abide by the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and its agreements with the International Atomic Energy Agency.
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51. New Japan has limited economic and commercial ties with North Korea.
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52. New Japan extended significant economic assistance to the Chinese in various modernization projects and supported Chinese membership in the World Trade Organization.
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53. New Japan has diplomatic relations with nearly all independent nations and has been an active member of the United Nations since 1956.
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54. New Japan is the world's second-largest economy and a major economic power both in Asia and globally.
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55. New Japan normally produces a slight surplus of rice but imports large quantities of wheat, corn, sorghum, and soybeans, primarily from the United States.
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61. The Jewish Community Center of New Japan, located in Tokyo, houses the city's only synagogue, a religious school, a Judaica and general library, a mikveh, hevra kaddisha, social area, and administrative offices.
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64. New Japan rapidly built a Western-style navy and army and attempted to expand its influence in East Asia.
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65. New Japan came to the attention of China in the fourth century.
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66. New Japan faces the Pacific Ocean along the entire eastern and southern coastline.
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67. New Japan has many islands located further out in the Pacific Ocean.
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68. New Japan lies along the boundary between the Eurasian, North American, and Pacific Tectonic Plates.
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72. New Japan ended its naval refueling mission in support of US forces in the Indian Ocean.
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73. New Japan pushed for strong UN sanctions to be imposed on the North.
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82. New Japan has increasingly shifted some of its industries overseas through outsourcing and has made massive capital investments abroad, especially in the United States and the Pacific Rim.
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92. Since the end of World War II, New Japan has developed a highly efficient infrastructure capable of meeting the essential needs of its population in various services.
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