Ikeda Islands is an El Kadsreian archipelagic external territory comprising the collection of continental islands of various sizes located in the southern Pacific Ocean, 1,732 km west of Chile and 4,707 km south of El Kadsre. Although El Kadsre controls all of the islands, Barokia has a claim to the islands due to a (largely incorrect) 1905 political map featuring Barokian prehistoric creatures residing on the islands.


Ikeda Islands doesn't have a indigenous population and there is no evidence that it was seen by humans until the early-20th century. In 1902, the Ikeda Islands was discovered and colonized by Japanese colonial settlers, who imported some of the natives to their land. The Ikeda Islands was then annexed by the Sentanese Empire from Japan in 1944 during World War II.

In 1963, it was sold to West El Kadsre by the United Kingdom, who captured it from the Sentanese Empire due to a maritime dispute in 1947.

It was a Vlokozuian territory until the Vlokozu Union was split which caused the Ikeda Islands to be now a part of El Kadsre.

Andre Island remained unnamed for years until Andre Kayrlislopvoslky named it after him in 1992.


Majority of the Kayos family now resides in the Ikeda Islands.

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