Japan (Region)

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This article is accurate for the latest versions of EU3, Napoleon’s Ambition, In Nomine, Heir to the Throne and Divine Wind.

The Japan region consists of the following provinces.
The relevant information is contained in the files regions.txt and definition.csv in the folder ...\Europa Universalis III\map.

Province ID Name Culture Religion Base Tax Trade Good Other Natives Aggressiveness Ferocity
1012 Satsuma Japanese Shinto 4 Grain
1013 Hizen Japanese Shinto 4 Fish
1014 Bungo Japanese Shinto 4 Fish
1016 Shikoku Japanese Shinto 3 Grain
1017 Nagato Japanese Shinto 6 Chinaware
1018 Izumo Japanese Shinto 4 Iron
1019 Harima Japanese Shinto 2 Fish
1020 Kyoto Japanese Shinto 7 Grain Center of Trade
1021 Settsu Japanese Shinto 6 Chinaware
1022 Kii Japanese Shinto 3 Fish
1023 Echizen Japanese Shinto 2 Chinaware
1024 Echigo Japanese Shinto 4 Grain
1025 Dewa Japanese Shinto 2 Fish
1026 Mutsu Japanese Shinto 2 Fish
1027 Hitachi Japanese Shinto 2 Fish
1028 Musachi Japanese Shinto 2 Fish
1029 Shinano Japanese Shinto 4 Gold
1030 Owari Japanese Shinto 5 Grain
1031 Kamikawa Manchu1 Shinto1 1 Unknown Unsettled2 500 1 1
1815 Hyuga Japanese Shinto 2 Fish
1817 Higo Japanese Shinto 4 Grain
1818 Chikuzen Japanese Shinto 4 Chinaware
1819 Tosa Japanese Shinto 2 Fish
1820 Awa Japanese Shinto 4 Grain
1823 Iwami Japanese Shinto 4 Grain
1825 Aki Japanese Shinto 2 Fish
1826 Hoki Japanese Shinto 4 Grain
1827 Bitchu Japanese Shinto 4 Fish
1828 Bingo Japanese Shinto 2 Fish
1830 Tajima Japanese Shinto 2 Grain
1831 Tanba Japanese Shinto 4 Grain
1832 Yamato Japanese Shinto 2 Grain
1834 Omi Japanese Shinto 4 Grain
1835 Mino Japanese Shinto 5 Grain
1837 Etchu Japanese Shinto 4 Grain
1839 Totomi Japanese Shinto 4 Fish
1841 Izu Japanese Shinto 5 Fish
1842 Kazusa Japanese Shinto 4 Grain
1843 Kozuke Japanese Shinto 2 Grain
1847 Shiribeshi Manchu Shinto 1 Unknown Unsettled 500 1 1
1852 Tokachi Manchu Shinto 1 Unknown Unsettled 500 1 1

1Note

When unsettled provinces are colonized the culture and religion of the province are switched to that of the colonizer. This becomes permanent if the colony reaches city level (1000 population).


2Colonial Trade Goods

When unsettled provinces in this region are colonized, they begin producing the following good some time after reaching 300 population:

  • Fish