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|common_name = Japan
 
|common_name = Japan
 
|image_flag = Flag of Japan.png
 
|image_flag = Flag of Japan.png
|official_languages = [[wp:Japanese|Japanese]]
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|official_languages = {{WP|Japanese}}
 
|capital = [[Tokyo|Tokyo]] (東京)
 
|capital = [[Tokyo|Tokyo]] (東京)
 
|established = 660 B.C <small>(first Japanese state)</small><br>3 January 1868 <small>(as Empire of Japan)</small><br>2 May 1947 <small>(current Japan)</small>
 
|established = 660 B.C <small>(first Japanese state)</small><br>3 January 1868 <small>(as Empire of Japan)</small><br>2 May 1947 <small>(current Japan)</small>
 
|currency = Yen (日本円 JPY)
 
|currency = Yen (日本円 JPY)
|leader_name1 = [[wp:Akihito|Emperor Akihito]] (明仁天皇)
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|leader_name1 = {{WP|Naruhito|Emperor Naruhito}} (今上天皇)
|leader_name2 = [[wp:Shinzō Abe|Shinzō Abe]] (安倍晋三)
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|leader_name2 = {{WP|Shinzō Abe}} (安倍晋三)
 
|leader_title1 = Emperor
 
|leader_title1 = Emperor
 
|leader_title2 = Prime Minister
 
|leader_title2 = Prime Minister
 
|image_map = Topographic_Map_of_Japan.png
 
|image_map = Topographic_Map_of_Japan.png
|national_anthem = [[wp:Kimigayo|君が代]] (Kimigayo)
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|national_anthem = {{WP|Kimigayo|君が代}} (Kimigayo)
|population_estimate = 126,045,211 <small>(as of 2017)</small>}}
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|population_estimate = 127,185,332 <small>(as of 2018)</small>}}
 
{{Wikipedia}}
 
{{Wikipedia}}
'''[[wp:Japan|Japan]]''' is a country in Eastern Asia. The country uses the [[CERO]] rating system to rate all ''[[Grand Theft Auto]]'' releases, with so far all of the series being rated Z (18+). Japan received Grand Theft Auto releases at a much later time, as it has taken a long time for [[Rockstar Games]] to localize them, which is done by [[Rockstar Japan]]. The GTA games are published in Japan mainly by [[Capcom]] which had released the following games:
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'''{{WP|Japan}}''' is a country in Eastern Asia. The country uses the [[CERO]] rating system to rate all ''[[Grand Theft Auto]]'' releases, with so far all of the series being rated Z (18+). Japan received ''Grand Theft Auto'' releases at a much later time, as it has taken a long time for [[Rockstar Games]] to localize them, which is done by [[Rockstar Japan]]. Japanese releases of ''Grand Theft Auto'' games do not feature dialogue re-dubbed in the Japanese language and instead feature English voice acting and Japanese subtitles. The ''Grand Theft Auto'' games are published in Japan mainly by [[Capcom]] which had released the following games:
   
*''[[Grand Theft Auto 1 ]]''(August 27, 1998)
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*''[[Grand Theft Auto (1997 game)|Grand Theft Auto]]'' (August 27, 1998)
 
*''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]'' (March 30, 2001)
 
*''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]'' (March 30, 2001)
 
*''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]'' (September 25, 2003)
 
*''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]'' (September 25, 2003)
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*''[[Grand Theft Auto V]] ''(October 10, 2013)
 
*''[[Grand Theft Auto V]] ''(October 10, 2013)
   
[http://www.cyberfront.co.jp/ CyberFront] has released recent GTA games:
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[http://www.cyberfront.co.jp/ CyberFront] has released recent ''GTA'' games:
   
 
*''Grand Theft Auto IV'' (March 20, 2009)
 
*''Grand Theft Auto IV'' (March 20, 2009)
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===2D Universe===
 
===2D Universe===
 
*The [[Yakuza]], a real-life criminal organization based in Japan, is featured in ''[[Grand Theft Auto]]'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]''.
 
*The [[Yakuza]], a real-life criminal organization based in Japan, is featured in ''[[Grand Theft Auto]]'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto 2]]''.
* GTA 2 introduces the [[Zaibatsu Corporation]], a mega-corporation and criminal organization named after the Japanese term for a type of business. Although it is later revealed in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] that Zaibatsu was founded in Liberty City (located in the United States of America), the organization's name still implies strong ties to Japan.
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* ''GTA 2'' introduces the [[Zaibatsu Corporation]], a mega-corporation and criminal organization named after the Japanese term for a type of business. Although it is later revealed in ''[[Grand Theft Auto III]]'' that Zaibatsu was founded in Liberty City (located in the United States of America), the organization's name still implies strong ties to Japan.
*In GTA 2, the host of [[Funami FM]] is a Japanese woman named [[Teriyaki-chan]].
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*In ''GTA 2'', the host of [[Funami FM]] is a Japanese woman named [[Teriyaki-chan]].
*[[Funabashi]] in GTA 2 is named for [[wikipedia:Funabashi,_Chiba|a real city]] in Chiba Prefecture.
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*[[Funabashi]] in ''GTA 2'' is named after {{WP|Funabashi, Chiba|a real city}} in the Chiba Prefecture.
   
 
===3D Universe===
 
===3D Universe===
 
*The Yakuza also appears in ''[[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]]'', ''[[Grand Theft Auto Advance|GTA Advance]]'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]]''. Its members [[Asuka Kasen]], [[Kenji Kasen]], [[Kazuki Kasen]] and his wife [[Toshiko Kasen]], and Asuka's niece [[Yuka]] are all of Japanese origin.
 
*The Yakuza also appears in ''[[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]]'', ''[[Grand Theft Auto Advance|GTA Advance]]'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]]''. Its members [[Asuka Kasen]], [[Kenji Kasen]], [[Kazuki Kasen]] and his wife [[Toshiko Kasen]], and Asuka's niece [[Yuka]] are all of Japanese origin.
*The country capital, [[Tokyo]], is mentioned in the [[Liberty Tree]] article [[Yakuza Operating With Impunity]]. It is also the setting for the push up contest in [[Push-Up - The Movie]], which the movie's trailer incorrectly claiming it is in China.
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*The country capital, [[Tokyo]], is mentioned in the [[Liberty Tree]] article [[Liberty Tree/Yakuza Operating With Impunity|Yakuza Operating With Impunity]]. It is also the setting for the push up contest in [[Push-Up - The Movie]], which the movie's trailer incorrectly claiming it is in China.
 
*The [[Kuruma]] is a Japanese car, since it has some visual cues from Japanese sedans and 'kuruma' (くるま or 車) means 'car' in Japanese.
 
*The [[Kuruma]] is a Japanese car, since it has some visual cues from Japanese sedans and 'kuruma' (くるま or 車) means 'car' in Japanese.
 
**Many other cars in the 3D Universe are also inspired by Japanese cars, however, the Kuruma is the only one with a Japanese name.
 
**Many other cars in the 3D Universe are also inspired by Japanese cars, however, the Kuruma is the only one with a Japanese name.
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*Middle-aged Japanese tourists can be found around [[Ocean Beach]] and [[Washington Beach]].
 
*Middle-aged Japanese tourists can be found around [[Ocean Beach]] and [[Washington Beach]].
 
*[[Sushi Man]] is a Japanese sushi shop that appears in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]''.
 
*[[Sushi Man]] is a Japanese sushi shop that appears in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]''.
*Some pedestrians communicate in Japanese in ''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]''.
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*The small restaurant chain [[Sayonara Restaurant]] from ''GTA San Andreas'', which means 'goodbye restaurant' is a Japanese restaurant chain.
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*The musical [[Wingding Sons of a Bitch Take Flight]] uses the {{WP|Rising Sun Flag}}, which was used as the war flag for the {{WP|Imperial Japanese Navy}}.
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*There are some Japanese-speaking pedestrians in ''GTA San Andreas''.
 
*The [[Katana]] (かたな or 刀) is a Japanese weapon, which literally means 'sword'.
 
*The [[Katana]] (かたな or 刀) is a Japanese weapon, which literally means 'sword'.
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*The song "{{WP|Japanese Boy}}" by {{WP|Aneka}} is featured on [[Flash FM]].
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*The atomic bombings in Japan in 1945 are mentioned by [[Mike Toreno]] in the mission [[Verdant Meadows (mission)|Verdant Meadows]].
   
 
===HD Universe===
 
===HD Universe===
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**[[Shitzu]] (Suzuki/Honda bikes/Kawasaki)
 
**[[Shitzu]] (Suzuki/Honda bikes/Kawasaki)
 
**[[Maibatsu Corporation|Maibatsu]] (Mitsubishi/Daihatsu)
 
**[[Maibatsu Corporation|Maibatsu]] (Mitsubishi/Daihatsu)
*The [[Warrener]], while manufactured by the [[Sweden|Swedish]] car manufacturer [[Vulcar]], bears its overall, Japanese style to it, specifically the [[wp:Nissan Skyline|1969 Nissan Skyline C10]].
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*The [[Warrener]], while manufactured by the [[Sweden|Swedish]] car manufacturer [[Vulcar]], bears its overall, Japanese style to it, specifically the {{WP|Nissan Skyline|1969 Nissan Skyline C10}}.
**The car manufacturer Nagasaki is the name of a Japanese [[wikipedia:Nagasaki Prefecture|prefecture]], containing its capital [[wp:Nagasaki|city]] of the same name, which was hit by a [[wp:Fat Man|nuclear bomb]] on August 9, 1945.
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**The car manufacturer Nagasaki is the name of a Japanese {{WP|Nagasaki Prefecture|prefecture}}, containing its capital {{WP|Nagasaki|city}} of the same name, which was hit by a {{WP|Fat Man|nuclear bomb}} on August 9, 1945.
 
*[[A.M. Beer]] is a brand of Japanese beer (Based on Asahi Beer).
 
*[[A.M. Beer]] is a brand of Japanese beer (Based on Asahi Beer).
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*[[Kisama Beer]] is another brand of Japanese beer.
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*[[Fukaru]] is a Japanese tire company.
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*[[ONO]] is a Japanese electronics company.
 
*[[Noel Katsuda]] and [[Shon Kikuchi]] are of Japanese origin.
 
*[[Noel Katsuda]] and [[Shon Kikuchi]] are of Japanese origin.
 
*The TV shows [[Princess Robot Bubblegum]] and [[Full Robo Hickey Hurry Mech Battlesuit]] are parodies of Japanese animes.
 
*The TV shows [[Princess Robot Bubblegum]] and [[Full Robo Hickey Hurry Mech Battlesuit]] are parodies of Japanese animes.
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*Another TV show, [[Kung Fu Rainbow Lazerforce]], is a parody of the ''{{WP|Power Rangers}}'' franchise, which itself is the American adaption of the Japanese ''{{WP|Super Sentai}}'' series.
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*The mission [[Dragon Haul Z]] is an obvious nod to the Japanese anime ''{{WP|Dragon Ball Z}}''.
 
*The [[Uptown Riders]], based on the real life Ruff Ryders, mostly ride Japanese bikes.
 
*The [[Uptown Riders]], based on the real life Ruff Ryders, mostly ride Japanese bikes.
 
*The [[Elegy RH8]] is metaphorically described as having been "''born in the fires of Mt. Fuji''".
 
*The [[Elegy RH8]] is metaphorically described as having been "''born in the fires of Mt. Fuji''".
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*[[Nutsaki]] is a Japanese-like restaurant.
 
*[[Nutsaki]] is a Japanese-like restaurant.
 
*[[Gozushi]] is also a Japanese restaurant, named for one of Japan's most famous film series, ''[[w:c:godzilla:Godzilla|Godzilla]]''.
 
*[[Gozushi]] is also a Japanese restaurant, named for one of Japan's most famous film series, ''[[w:c:godzilla:Godzilla|Godzilla]]''.
*[[The San Andreas Flight School Update]] added a Japan flag [[Parachute|Chute Bag]] in GTA V.
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*[[The San Andreas Flight School Update]] added a Japan flag [[Parachute|Chute Bag]] in ''GTA V''.
*The Japan liveries is one of the liveries on the [[Cheval]] [[Marshall]].
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*The Japan livery is one of the liveries on the [[Cheval]] [[Marshall]].
** There is also a Japanese flag available on the roof of the [[Dukes (car)|Dukes]].
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**There is also a Japanese flag available on the roof of the [[Dukes (car)|Dukes]].
* During [[Chakra Attack]], [[Ray De Angelo Harris]] talks about his koi fish and hibachi.
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*During [[Chakra Attack]], [[Ray De Angelo Harris]] talks about his koi fish and hibachi.
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*The song "Raisins" by the Japanese composer {{WP|Ryo Kawasaki}} is featured on [[Fusion FM]].
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*Although not bearing any resemblance to Japanese cars, the [[Coil]] [[Raiden|Raiden's]] name itself can refer to the word "雷電", literally "thunder".
   
 
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Japan is a country in Eastern Asia. The country uses the CERO rating system to rate all Grand Theft Auto releases, with so far all of the series being rated Z (18+). Japan received Grand Theft Auto releases at a much later time, as it has taken a long time for Rockstar Games to localize them, which is done by Rockstar Japan. Japanese releases of Grand Theft Auto games do not feature dialogue re-dubbed in the Japanese language and instead feature English voice acting and Japanese subtitles. The Grand Theft Auto games are published in Japan mainly by Capcom which had released the following games:

CyberFront has released recent GTA games:

  • Grand Theft Auto IV (March 20, 2009)
  • Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars (September 24, 2009)

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