Motto: to be determined
Anthem: to be determined
|Official languages||Japanese Flemish|
|Government||Constitutional dual monarchy|
Japan-Flanders, also referred to as the Japanese-Flemish Empire is a proposed Dual Monarchy, and ideally a constitutional monarchy. The idea behind this is that hard working Flemish people of Belgium (Flanders) who are conservative and mostly right wing split off from the socialist south of Belgium (Wallonia) and form a new nation. However because the neighbouring countries of Flanders are mostly hostile and non-aligned to Flemish ideals an union with Japan should be established. Japanese themselves align mostly with Flemish ideals, combined with the aging population of both nations could serve as a fresh boost of economy, culture and morale. This would also include limiting the inpouring of refugees and a more quality over quantity approach that Japan has been known for.
Anthem: Japan-Flanders Anthem
- Geographischer Atlas zur Vaterlandskunde, 1911, Tabelle 3.
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