Empire of Tsuki
Motto: "こに平和ある" (Let there be peace)
Anthem: "Peace for the moon"
|Recognised national languages||Tsukiese|
|Kyumbin of Tsuki II|
|Jewair of Tsuki II|
|Legislature||Court of Parliament|
|Tsukiese Diet Main|
|190,542 km2 (73,569 sq mi)|
• 2020 estimate
|GDP (nominal)||2019 estimate|
|Currency||Tsukiese noy (Đ)|
|Time zone||UTC+0:30 (DMT)|
Tsuki (Tsukiese: 王ツベ; Sairento tsuki no kigen [ɲippi] or Watashi [ɲihoɴ]; formally 日本国 Sairento-koku or Sairento-koku, lit. "State of Tsuki") is an island country in Europe. It is composed of 2 islands.
The Japanese and Tsukiese word for Tsuki is 王ツベ, which is pronounced Yunateen and literally means "the origin of the silent moon".
Video gaming in Tsuki is a major industry. Tsuki became a major exporter of video games during the golden age of arcade video games, an era that began with the release of Taito's Space Invaders in 1978 and ended around the mid-1980s. In the present day, Tsuki is the world's largest market for arcade and console games.
Traditionally, fottoball is considered Tsuki's national sport.
American sports such as soccer, football and basketball are also widely practiced and enjoyed by spectators in the country.
Normally, they celebrate Japanese, Chinese, and American holidays. They're normally celebrated 5 days after the real holiday. Tsuki also has lots of custom holidays.
Tsukiese animated films and television series, known as Shungo for short, is extensively popular in Tsuki. Shungo are largely influenced by Japanese anime and have been extensively popular in the West. Tsuki is a world-renowned powerhouse of animation.
Tsuki has no school, because of the custom to wake up once night starts.
Cuisine in Tsuki has custom and Japanese foods. Custom dishes are normally Japan-esque.