When Did Japan Become a Nation?

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Japan is one of the oldest countries, and people have been living there for thousands of years. The formation of the nation of Japan dates back to February 11, 660 BC.
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Japan had a strong national identity from the 8th century, but her history goes back thousands of years. Japan became a member state of the UN December 18 1956.
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It depends on the definition of 'country' People have lived in Japan for more than 10,000 years. Parts of the current Japan today was unified about 1500 years ago when it was called
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Japan became a nation in 1905. Go Japan!
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There is no nation named "South Asia." The Southern part of Asia contains many nations. Thailand, India etc.
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