Japanese Imperial Army

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Japanese Imperial Army


One Hundred Million Will Die for Emperor and Nation

General Information
Country Flag-Japan.jpg Japan
Region Kanto

The Japanese Imperial Forces is the chief military force for Japan. It is divided into the Japanese Imperial Army (home defense), Japanese Imperial Navy (training), and the Imperial Japanese Air Force (elite). The army owns three companies for use within the military.

It is led by Minister of Defense Dokomo.


Dai Nippon Teikoku Rikugun propaganda poster

The Japanese Imperial Forces is commanded directly by the Minister of Defense who reports directly to the President. The military is currently organized by the following structure:

1st and 2nd Division: Imperial Military Academy - [1]

3rd and 4th Division: Imperial Japanese Army - [2]

Their fundings are managed through a National Organization: [3]

Due to the recent updates and with the current military module, the national army don't have the main role in the Japanese offense and defense, this place has been taken by other Private Military Units that are as below mentioned:

On the 14th of December of 2012

The ranking of the top 5 Military Units: [4]

Chain of Command

The military as a whole is run by the Minister of Defense, ardishabutaro. As previously refered the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces is represented by the President Koppanyi Ferenc.


Currently this information is classified, and there is not any official information regarding the national companies Japan currently owns.

Historical Note

Golden Era JIA squad avatar
Golden Era JIN squad avatar

During the Japanese Golden Era, the military was organized into three divisions. The first, the Japanese Imperial Army, was a defense force, made up primarily of immobile citizens who were grounded due to political duties. The second was the Japanese Imperial Navy, the largest division, which consisted of soldiers who had not achieved Field Marshal rank nor had been promoted to the elite squads. The Imperial Japanese Air Force consisted of the country's strongest and most active soldiers. Both the JIN and IJAF were mobile units capable of moving throughout the world and operating in the interests of the Japanese people and allies. Each division was split into six-person squads, which were led by a Chusa who was responsible for distributing weapons and evaluating soldier readiness. Some squads were led by higher ranked Chujos and Shosos. The head of the military had the rank of Gensui.

The last known military leader in the Golden Era was the Minister of Defense, Gensui Dokomo. Chysamere Goru was the General of the Army and the second-in-command. MacOllie and Aogo held the rank of Chujo.

The Japanese Imperial Forces had the following companies:

  • Japan Airline Corporation - A Q1 Moving ticket company,
  • Nippon Weapons - A Q1 Weapons Company that supplied weapons to army personnel
  • Aegis Defense system - A Q1 Defense system Company
  • Nippon Weapons Q5 - A Q5 Weapons Company that stockpiled weapons for important battles.

The military operated a Q5 weapons factory under the JIA, and a Q1 weapons companies as part of the JIN. The JIA also owned a Q1 defense system builder,however it soon had to be disabled. Gifting for the military was done in collaboration with the Japanese Interior Service, which was running a Q1 gift company.The companies' status nowadays is unknown.

External Links

Imperial Military Academy
Imperial Japanese Army