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Japan, formally the State of Japan, an island nation in East Asia. Japan is a leading nation in scientific research, particularly technology, machinery and biomedical research. As such, it hosts large international corporate conglomerates such as Stark-Fujikawa.
World War II
Attack on Pearl Harbor
- "At approximately eight A.M. local time, Japanese aircraft attacked the main base of the U.S. Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor, just outside Honolulu..."
- ―Radio broadcast
After the attack, Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes theorized that president Franklin D. Roosevelt would not only respond the attack going after Japan, and he would enter World War II to defeat Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.
Captain America's USO Shows
Steve Rogers was chosen as the new public hero of World War II due to his heroic persecution of Heinz Kruger in the streets of New York City. The event became a front page in the newspapers, and Senator Brandt realized he had potential as a public symbol to boost the morale of the nation, and promote the purchase of War Bonds.
Rogers joined the USO and began touring the nation in a colorful costume as "Captain America", accompanied by a chorus named the Star Spangled Singers, who sang a song praising his qualities and heroic feats, while disregarding the enemy. As such, during the song, it was mentioned that Captain America would kick the "krauts" or Germans until reaching Japan.
Invasion of Iwo Jima
The United States Armed Forces invaded Iwo Jima during World War II as the first attack against Japanese territory, in order to use the island as an advanced post in the impending invasion of the Japanese mainland.
Battle of Okinawa
While serving in Okinawa, Thompson fell asleep on one of his night shifts, and six Japanese soldiers approached his camp carrying a white flag with the intention of surrendering. However, Thompson did not see the flag, and killed the six soldiers from behind before they could see him.
Only after he killed the soldiers, Thompson saw the white flag, so he buried it before anyone else saw it, and he made up a story that he bravely killed the soldiers before they could kill the commanding officer, earning a Navy Cross medal.
However, despite being considered a war hero, the truth of the story haunted Thompson, and he never told the truth to anybody until he confessed it to Peggy Carter following a mission in the Soviet Union where he was paralyzed by fear under enemy fire.
World War II Veterans
Bruce Banner's Fugitive Status
While Bruce Banner was on the run from the Strategic Operations Command Center, one of the countries he went to was Japan. ISTAR tracked him to the cities of Sapporo and Sendai before he left the country.
Tony Stark was able to clean several square miles of a Land mine-infested desert in Afghanistan, thwarting the Ten Rings in their goal to kill the canine brigades tasked by the Afghan armed forces to detect the explosives.
Stark used a Magna-Drone that was able to attract the landmines with a 100% retrieval and non-detonation rate, making Stark want to travel to Tokyo in Japan, in order to celebrate the success of his task.
Black Widow's Past
- "If you do this none of your past will remain hidden: not Budapest, Osaka, the Children's Ward. Are you sure you want the world to see you as you truly are?"
- ―Alexander Pierce and Black Widow
In an attempt to intimidate Black Widow to keep her from uploading S.H.I.E.L.D.'s exploits onto the internet, Alexander Pierce told her that her past will also be exposed. He mentioned Osaka as one of the places that she did something less than respectable.
Toshiro Mori's Green Tea
Bobbi Morse asked Mori about the tea during an undercover mission to gather information about the weapons used in the attack on the United Nations Headquarters. As an answer, Mori acknowledged that Morse always remembered every little detail.
Interrogation of Toshiro Mori
S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Phil Coulson sent agents Bobbi Morse, Melinda May, and Lance Hunter to Okinawa in order to investigate the weapon used in HYDRA's attack against the United Nations Headquarters, that, according to Jemma Simmons was developed by Toshiro Mori.
May explained that one of their options for the mission was a surprise attack, killing as many of Mori's bodyguards before they could react, but the second option was to use Morse's HYDRA cover, that despite could have been blown, Morse thought was their best chance, as she knew Mori, and she was sure that the best way to obtain information from him was to make him boast about his accomplishments.
Morse was able to convince May when Hunter vouched for her espionage skills, though May warned her that in case her cover did not work, they would intervene. Hunter took Morse's handgun, and reminded her not to die during the mission, something they used to tell each other.
May and Hunter were able to intercept and monitor both the images of the security cameras and potential incoming cellular communications of the complex, just as Morse approached the doors and was searched for weapons by the guards at the entrance.
Morse was taken to Mori's presence, who noticed her now blonde hair, and briefly flirted with him before kissing. May was surprised that Morse spoke Japanese, though Hunter explained that she had an ability to quickly learn things, and teased Hunter if he still liked the cover option as they saw Morse and Mori kissing.
Hunter started talking about his marriage with Morse as they saw her flirting, explaining that being married with a woman that was able to remember every detail was stifling. May started to get tired of the complaints, and as Hunter tried to defend himself saying he was not jealous for seeing Morse kissing another man, May told him he should not be, because he had no problem in seducing a woman during their mission in Miami.
Mori invited Morse to a cup of green tea, grown in the Shizuoka prefecture, that Morse perfectly remembered from their previous encounters. As Morse intended to talk about business, Mori directly confronted her with rumours that she was a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, something that she quickly dismissed with a laugh, saying that the rumours could be related to Marcus Scarlotti's attack at the United Nations Headquarters, impersonating S.H.I.E.L.D. agents to frame them. Morse seized the opportunity to ask Mori about the the weapon used in the attack.
Hunter and May continued watching Morse through the security cameras, though he even felt sorry for Mori, who was apparently believing each and every lie. In order to cut Hunter's comments about his ex-wife, May coldly asked if he was aware that she did not like him, which left Hunter surprised.
Mori revealed that he developed the weapons, and gave them the name of Splinter Bombs, though he based them on specifications derived from HYDRA's technology in World War II. As Morse asked to see and obtain one of them, Mori revealed he shipped all of them to Daniel Whitehall, in hopes for earning a chance to work on the Diviner, the name that Whitehall's new associate gave to it.
Mori continued to explain his role in the development of the weapons, revealing that Scarlotti had been ordered to find Julien Beckers. One of Mori's bodyguard approached Morse from behind intending to shoot her in the back of the head, but Hunter arrived and killed him before he could.
A gunfight ensued, with Hunter and May killing all bodyguards, while Morse prevented Mori from grabbing his gun. Morse confronted Hunter for his interference; though he claimed he saved her life, Morse was convinced she could have handled the situation. In the middle of their argument, both of them shot at Mori, who was about to shoot them with his gun.
May ended their argument, and asked them about Beckers, the man Scarlotti was supposed to find, and Morse explained that Julien Beckers was the Belgian foreign affairs minister, who had publicly tried to maintain neutrality regarding Senator Christian Ward's proposal for an anti-S.H.I.E.L.D. military police force.
As they realized that killing Beckers would make even neutral countries agree with the proposal, the three agents left Okinawa and contacted Phil Coulson to inform him about their next destination, Belgium.
Chase of Black Sky
Stick attacked a man named Aito inside his office in Tokyo as he was looking for the Black Sky. Aito tried to reach his office and grabbed a gun to confront Stick, waiting for him as the elevator's doors opened.
Aito shot until running out of bullets, and Stick seized the opportunity to place his katana in Aito's neck as he tried to change the magazine.
Stick asked him about Black Sky's location, and he lied saying he did not know where it was. Aito tried to attack Stick again, but he easily cut Aito's hand making both the hand and the handgun fall to the floor. Stick repeated the question, reminding Aito that he still had three limbs and other appendages left.
Aito revealed that the Black Sky was put on a ship headed to New York City, swearing it was the truth upon his own family. Stick coldly told him that his family was better without him, and beheaded Aito with a single blow of his katana, quickly leaving the building.
|Appearances for Japan|
In chronological order:
- ↑ Stark Expo - Fujikawa
- ↑ Captain America: First Vengeance
- ↑ Captain America: The First Avenger
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Agent Carter: 1.01: Now is Not the End
- ↑ Agent Carter: 1.05: The Iron Ceiling
- ↑ Daredevil: 1.02: Cut Man
- ↑ The Incredible Hulk
- ↑ Iron Man 2: Public Identity
- ↑ Iron Man 2
- ↑ Captain America: The Winter Soldier Deleted Scene
- ↑ 11.0 11.1 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 2.06: A Fractured House
- ↑ Daredevil: 1.07: Stick