Built or owned by Japanese
Outside the boundaries of Japan and its territories.
The connection belongs to Trivia connections.
Baekje Historic Areas: Mireuksa Temple Pagoda, in 1914 the Japanese government supported it with a concrete backing.
Bikini Atoll: "In the early 1900's the Japanese began to administer the Marshall Islands.... The Bikini islanders' life of harmony drew to an abrupt close when the Japanese decided to build and maintain a watchtower on their island to guard against an American invasion of the Marshalls."
Central Highlands: the big Japanese Peace Pagoda at the foot of Adam's Peak, Central Highlands of Sri Lanka
Changdeokgung Palace Complex: In 1920 The Japanese regime destroyed parts of the complex and a Japanese building was constructed in the palace courtyard.
Hoi An: Japanese bridge
Kandy: Golden Roof of Temple of Tooth
Kew Gardens: Chokushi-Mon
Kinabalu Park: Kinabalu Park's Poring Hot Spring Garden was discovered and developed by Japanese Army during WWII for their recreation.
Lushan National Park: Japanese villa
Macao: St. Paul: "The ruins now consist of the southern stone façade .. intricately carved between 1620 and 1627 by Japanese Christians in exile from their homeland" (Wiki)
Melaka and George Town: GeorgeTown, Penang had little Japanese community officially since 1915 along Cintra Road which locals called the Little Japan Street
Rock Islands: Japanese military ship wrecks from WWII
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