Not to be confused with Nyshia.

Nishiyama is a country located in Asia off the coast of Northern Japan. Its population is exclusively made up of Asian individuals, particularly people of Japanese, Chinese or Korean origin.


Confederation (1794)

Nishiyama was discovered 10 years before confederation by Japanese explorer Honzo Kitamura. Initially, he mistook it as an already existing, albeit unknown part of Northern Japan. 

Eventually, it was officially made a country on November 16 of 1794, and more and more people moved to the tiny island, and started to partake in agricultural activities, such as rice farming. Upper-class individuals would not work in the fields, but rather opt to stay inside. This caused much negative opinions among the lower-class individuals. Unfortunately, the people running the country ruled in favor of the upper-class.

Independence Day (1823)

On December 22, 1823, Nishiyama gained independence from the Kuwahara Republic. They fought for two days.

Modern Nishiyama (present day)

Nishiyama is not as agricultural as it once was, as a vast majority of its citizens have found more, and better ways to make money. The Asian country now has a population of 27,555,720 as of March 2018.


Nishiyama is broken down into 25 provinces, all of which have names of Japanese origin.

  1. Iruma
  2. Watsuji
  3. Shinguji
  4. Kajiwara
  5. Hirai
  6. Iwata
  7. Asahina
  8. Narisawa
  9. Rakuyama
  10. Yokoyama
  11. Yonemura
  12. Chabashira
  13. Harukawa
  14. Yazawa
  15. Hisakawa
  16. Hinata
  17. Kagawa
  18. Fujiyama
  19. Wakiya
  20. Inaba
  21. Kawada
  22. Sawada
  23. Akazawa
  24. Sasaki
  25. Izumi


In 2017, the country was estimated to have a GDP of around ¥30,999,200.


Nishiyama is ran by a traditional monarchy, typically by a king or a queen. In some cases, there will be both.

Monarch list

No. Name Sex Born Coronated on Died Note(s)
1 Itsumi Tachibana Female ♀ 1790 1814 1845
2 Eiji Isayama Male ♂ 1842 1845 1866 Abdicated the throne in 1864.
3 Angie Nakasone Female ♀ 1880 1864 1911
4 Katsuo Akiba Male ♂ 1900 1911 1954
5 Mei Ishikawa Female ♀ 1954 1974 2011 Was overthrown.
6 Kiwa Yanagimachi Female ♀ 1960 1987 living Abdicated the throne in 2006 due to not being mentally stable enough to hold her position as Queen.
7 Miu Kobayashi Female ♀ 1983 2006 living The current monarch of Nishiyama.

Current in-line succession

No. Name Sex Born Note(s)
1 Kei Kobayashi Female ♀ 2009 Heir apparent.
2 Teruteru Kobayashi Male ♂ 2013
3 Kyoko Kobayashi Female ♀ 2015


A coronation takes place whenever the eldest child of the former monarch assumes the throne. A coronation in Nishiyama typically goes like this:

The coronation takes place inside the royal castle, usually with an audience watching. The eldest child walks on a red carpet with a gold trim towards an archbishop who is holding a crown. They walk up to the archbishop, who orders them to sit on the royal throne. Upon doing this command, the archbishop will ask the new monarch to sing the Nishiyamese national anthem. After this, they are asked to recite the Nishiyamese Royal Creed. Upon completion, the archbishop will put the crown on the new monarch's head, the latter becoming the new monarch of Nishiyama.


Nishiyama's state-owned TV stations are:

Non-state-owned TV stations include: 

Film companies include Fuji Films, Inaba Pictures, Iruma Productions, Rising Sun Studios, Rising Star, Royal Pictures and Family Home Video.


A typical school week in Nishiyama goes from Monday to Thursday, and weekends last from Friday to Sunday. Classes begin at 8:30 AM and end at 2:30 PM. A typical school year goes from April 14 to March 31 of the following year. At the end of the year, there will typically be exams for the senior high students to do. Nishiyama does not give out SAT tests. Every Wednesday, there will be a day off for senior high students to focus on studying. This exclusively applies to these types of students. A list of notable schools include:

People and Trends

  • The legal drinking age is 17 years old.
  • The legal marriage age is 18 years old.
  • The legal driving age is 15 years old.
  • The average person in Nishiyama has a typical life expectancy of 102 years. The oldest Nishiyamese citizen to live was a 115-year-old woman named Jo Ji-soo, a Korean citizen who lived in the providence of Fujiyama.
  • The national sports of Nishiyama are baseball (de jure) and yacht racing (de facto).
  • The national animals of Nishiyama are the fjord horse, snow leopard and white-throated dipper (national bird).
  • The age for becoming an adult in Nishiyama is 17 years old.
  • Independence Day in Nishiyama is celebrated every December 22. On this day, schools, workplaces and other areas are closed.
  • Having more than 5 children is illegal in Nishiyama, except in the case of multiple births. Parents are encouraged to stop reproducing once they have 3 children. This law was reinforced in 1989 due to undisclosed concerns.
    • However, polyamorous relationships (relationships that include more than two people) are legal.
  • Same-sex marriage was legalized in Nishiyama on December 15, 2017. Same-sex adoption was legalized on the same day.
  • Schools and workplaces are closed every year on December 17, as that is Queen Kobayashi’s birthday. The King, Kenko Kobayashi's birthday is on May 21, and schools and workplaces are closed on that day as well.
  • The anime Boku No Hero Academia is strangely popular among the Nishiyamese, and merchandise for the show is a billion-dollar market. It is the second most popular TV series in the country. This also goes for Show By Rock, Love Live and Infinite Stratos.
  • The most popular names for baby girls in the country are Tenko, Miu, Nico, Maki, Mafuyu, Sayaka, Ai and Anzu. As for baby boys, the most popular names are Izuku, Katsuki, Hajime, Nagito and Kaito.



  • Generally, the country has a very low crime rate.
  • The Queen of Nishiyama is above the law and cannot be criminally charged, as is the king.


  • Nishiyama has its cars drive from the left, similar to Australia, Ireland, India, Japan, New Zealand, Pakistan, Thailand and the United Kingdom.
  • Nishiyama finally recieved television in 1950's.
  • Nishiyama's standard plug socket is Type H, similar to Israel.
  • Nishiyama uses NTSC display format for TVs, movies, video games and computers, like the USA, Philippines, Canada, YinYangia, the Island of Sally and South Korea.
  • The average Nishiyamese TV station signs off at midnight (save for Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays). The sign-off shows citizens all over the country singing the national anthem, and cuts to the SMPTE Color Bars right after.
  • Nishiyama's internet TLD is .com.nm.

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