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Misuri Kokka
State of Misuri
Official Language Japanese
Secondary Languages English, French
Capital Kansagawa
Emperor Tôfito
Quampaku ??
Independence 1774 (from France)
Currency North American Dollar
Former Currency Misuri Yen

Misuri is a member of the Federation of Japanese States and the League of North American States located in central North America. It is one of two landlocked nations in North America, though the Mississippi, which forms part of its eastern border, is classified as international waters by a clause in the Philadelphia Treaty of 1811, which ended Japan's involvement in the Second Global War. It also borders the most nations of all the North American states, with 7 neighbors (Oregon, Minnesota, the North American Confederation, Arkansas, the Federation of Texas, the Empire of Mexico and Aruta, all of the major North American nations save Canada.


Misuri was originally part of the Japanese Luijian-dô. Most of the modern territory of Misuri was known as the Province of Misuri, while Arukansa and the cities of Kansagawa and Misurigawa were part of the Province of Arukansa (the rest of it is part of modern-day Arkansas. Luijian-dô was divided between France and Britain after the First Global War, with modern-day Misuri going to France.

In 1771, the Misurians rebelled against French rule. They were granted independence in 1774, and subsequently joined the Federation of Japanese States.


Misuri is divided into ten provinces and six autonomous regions. The autonomous regions possess almost total independence from the central government in all but external matters. The only constraints on their internal administration is the Guarantee of Rights which forms part of the Misuri constitution.

The provinces, on the other hand, enjoy far less autonomy. Outside of the autonomous regions, Misuri is a unitary state, with the provinces possessing only minor powers, subject to the central government.


Misuri is divided into ten provinces and six autonomous regions. The provinces are shown on this map with black borders, the autonomous regions with red. All of the provinces are named after major rivers, usually rivers forming part of the borders, but in the case of Xiragawa and Rupu, the rivers flow through the provinces.

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  • Xiragawa
  • Nioburara
  • Rupu (Ôxima)
  • Neburaska (Omaha)
  • Puratto
  • Chitora
  • Kansa (Kansagawa)
  • Deman
  • Mixixipi (Misurigawa)
  • Arukansa

Autonomous Regions

  • Siksikawa Nation
  • Absaroka Nation
  • Western Tribal Confederation
  • Cheyenne-Arapaho Confederation
  • Lakhota Nation
  • Paha Sapa (special region co-governed by Lakhota Nation and the Cheyenne-Arapaho Confederation)

Former Provinces

After the Third Global War, Misuri gained territory from the North American Confederation and Texas. In the new territory, several new provinces were established

From the North American Confederation

  • Chipewa (Godaiko Province)
  • Iskonxin (Godaiko and far northwest Michigan Provinces)
  • Ilinoi (Michigan and far southeast Godaiko)
  • Kaskaskia (Michigan Province)
  • Ohaiyo (Michigan Province)

From Texas

  • Ximaron
  • Pekos