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  1. As of 16 August 2021, there are 81,659 articles within the scope of WikiProject Japan, of which 171 are featured. This makes up 1.28% of the articles on Wikipedia and 1.75% of featured articles and lists. Including non-article pages, such as talk pages, redirects, categories, etcetera, there are 202,604 pages in the project.

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    Please refer to this pagewhen determining if an article meets the individual B-Class criteria checklist items. 1. Nana Okada - This article was assessed as Start in 2015 and has been greatly expanded since then. PetéWarrior (talk) 06:44, 19 January 2021 (UTC) 1. Jurina Matsui - This article was assessed as Start in 2014. I overhauled and basically rewrote everything and fixed all citations so it meets Wikipedia's Manual of Style. I believe it deserves at least to be rated B, but feel free to leave some suggestions how to improve it. Yolo4A4Lo (talk) 09:01, 20 May 2021 (UTC) 1. 2020 Summer Olympics opening ceremony - As the opening ceremony happened a week ago, a wide number of editors and collaborators have poured their energy into this article. It is currently assessed as C, I believe with an editor it could be rated as B. Even suggestions on how to improve it would help. Lama12 (talk) 01:47, 3 August 2021 (UTC) 1. A Certain Magical Index: The Movie – The Miracle of Endymion - Expa...

    Purge this page's server cacheDid you know 1. 03 Aug 2021 – Zuijin Teiki Emaki (talk · edit · hist) was nominated for DYK by Bahnfrend (t · c); see discussion 2. 02 Aug 2021 – 2010 Japanese Grand Prix (talk · edit · hist) was nominated for DYK by HumanBodyPiloter5 (t · c); see discussion 3. 30 Jul 2021 – Kokawa-dera Engi Emaki (talk · edit · hist) was nominated for DYK by Bahnfrend (t · c); see discussion 4. 15 Jul 2021 – KiHa 183 series (talk · edit · hist) was nominated for DYK by MiasmaEternal (t · c); see discussion 5. 24 May 2021 – Semi-cursive script (talk · edit · hist) was nominated for DYK by MeipleLeaf (t · c); see discussion A-Class review 1. undated – Sasaki Tōichi (talk · edit · hist)was put up for A-Class review Good article nominees 1. 24 Jul 2021 – Japanese destroyer Maki (1944) (talk · edit · hist) was GA nominated by Sturmvogel 66 (t · c); see discussion 2. 23 Jul 2021 – Shinjuku riot (talk · edit · hist) was GA nominated by Roniius (t · c); start discussion 3. 07...

    A full log of assessment changesfor the past thirty days is available; unfortunately, due to its extreme size, it cannot be transcluded directly.

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    Hello, I recently created an article for Japanese pop artist Aya Gloomy. It is very brief at the moment. I was wondering if there were any sources in Japanese that could be used to improve the article. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you, Thriley 01:21, 17 August 2021 (UTC)[] @Thriley: Hi there, I've added a few. LaunchOctopus 04:30, 16 September 2021 (UTC)[]

    Hi. Over at Wikipedia:Requested moves/Technical requests, a very large amount of moves for Japanese town articles have been requested, all of the form Town, Prefecture → Town in cases where there is only one town with such name. These seem uncontroversial and I've performed a few of them, but there are now so many that I would appreciate some confirmation that these requests are valid before I continue. As far as I can see, MOS:JPPLACE is not explicit about this, but does imply that no ...

    I found this unref'd since 2007. Basically it sounds like a typical sushi press, but I'm not sure if there's a distinction for "Oshizushihako", or how it compares to all the other translations for "sushi press" from non-RS Japanese cookbooks. RSs have been scarce in general, but having an obscure name doesn't help. Any opinions appreciated, please see the Talk:Oshizushihako Cheers, Estheim 00:18, 20 September 2021 (UTC)[]

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    As of 5 August 2021, there are 10,759 articles within the scope of WikiProject Japan, of which 0 are featured. This makes up 0.17% of the articles on Wikipedia and 0% of featured articles and lists. Including non-article pages, such as talk pages, redirects, categories, etcetera, there are 25,930pages in the project. Our main category is Category:Rail transport in Japan. Many of these articles have been translated from the respective Japanese version (see the category on the Japanese Wikipedia). Some articles are in states of bad disrepair, with awkward grammar, formatting and spelling. This WikiProject helps highlight and correct these problems, seeking to improve the visibility of articles about trains in Japan. Although "Trains in Japan" may sound like a narrow topic, in reality there are hundreds of pages to be created and expanded.

    Below are some open tasks. For a complete list, please refer to this page. You can, of course, choose to work on something completely different.

    Please see the Stylepage for information about the style used in articles about trains in Japan.
    Please see the Station Stubpage for a suggested starting point for an article about a station

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    1. See Category:Japan railway line templatesfor a full listing of templates that list every station on a line (for use in line/station articles)

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    1. {{japan-rail-transport-stub}} 1.1. and the associated stub category Category:Japan rail transport stubs

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    1. Template:Infobox station - Add to an articles using {{Infobox station}} 2. Template:Infobox rail line - Add to an articles using {{Infobox rail line}} 3. Template:Infobox Train - Add to an articles using {{Infobox Train}} 4. Template:Infobox Locomotive - Add to an articles using {{Infobox Locomotive}}

    Rail transport in Japan- main category These categories may also be useful: 1. Rail transport images especially Japanese rail transport images(help needed: most images are not categorized). 2. Although not a category, List of Railway Stations in Japan contains an extensive list of railway stations in Japan created by Neier. 3. The main category in the Japanese Wikipedia

    Wikipedia:Pages needing attentionlistings are no longer being updated. For by-topic listings of articles that need attention, see: 1. Category:Articles needing attention 2. WikiProject Cleanup Listings To flag an article for attention, add a cleanup template to the article or talk page. See Wikipedia:Template index/Cleanupfor a listing.

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    This WikiProject's parents are WikiProject Trains and WikiProject Japan.

    If you wish to label yourself as a member of our project, you can add yourself to Category:WikiProject Trains in Japan participants. Please keep the list alphabetical by display name for ease of reading and reference. 1. 199.255.96.2 (talk) 05:54, 18 January 2021 (UTC) I am studying the main lines of all of Japan. Currently working on the Hokuriku Main Line. I am a railfan. When the coronavirus is over I hope one day I can go to Japan! 2. AndrewMaxel25I studied the shinkansen and other lines around Japan, I use google map for see the stations and depot(s) of all train in Japan 3. Amishchief I've lived in Nagoyafor a little over 2 years. Nagoya Subway, Meitetsu, JR Tokai, or even help with proofreading or translating (to a point) articles from the Japanese Wikipedia. 4. ApiquinamirI live in Yamaguchi Prefecture. I can write about stations and lines in this area, and to an extent translate. 5. armagebedar(long-term Japan resident, fluent Japanese, can translate articles to/from Japane...

  2. Talk:Continued 100 Fine Castles of Japan. This article is within the scope of the WikiProject Japan, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Japan -related articles on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the project, participate in relevant discussions, and see lists of open ...

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    Articles: None Pictures: None Lists: List of National Treasures of Japan Good article nominations: Bayshore Route, Japan National Route 119, Japanese idol, Japanese cruiser Naniwa Add requested images to articles that need them. Pages for Deletion: Participate in Japan-related deletion discussions. Improve and expand Japan-related stubs. Create some requested articles. Help translate an article from the Japanese Wikipedia into English. Assess unassessed articles Talk & archives for WP Japan Proj

    Somebody did a cut & paste move from Ōgon Batto to Ogon Batto, and so I moved it back. Please keep an eye on it.--Endroit 20:48, 31 May 2007 And apparently, it's been moved to Ogon Batto without discussion. Is the parentheses thing allowable?--Endroit 15:25, 7 June 2007

    I brought this up at the J-myth project page as well, but that place has been a bit of a ghost town lately, so I figured I'd mention it here as well. Anyway. This article is, IMO, complete rubish. Hofus? It does appear in quite some ghits, but they all seem to draw from the same source. If the article gets a Fakelore tag, then I can see the merit of keeping it, if not I'd say it needs to go. TomorrowTime 19:54, 1 June 2007 Not familiar with this. Couldn't find anything in Japanese Wikipedia at p

    I have made a proposal for a WikiProject Sumo Proposal. Yesterday I spent part of the day sourcing Akebono with a few other people. Most sumo articles are not well sourced. Though under two WikiProjects already, I think it would be to the advantage of both the articles of sumo and wikipedia as a whole if Sumo is placed under its own WikiProject. If you would like to join or have any comments, please go to the Project proposal page. Thanks! XinJeisan 17:18, 3 June 2007 It may work better as a tas

    For anyone with a few free minutes for cleanup/fixing errors, Second city#Japan could use a look. I'm a bit busy at the moment, but I ran across the section and it made me laugh a little more than a Wikipedia section should. Dekimasuよ! 02:14, 4 June 2007 I'd never even heard of a "second city" until seeing this. ···日本穣? · Talk to Nihonjoe 04:21, 4 June 2007 Bah! Osaka is second to none!:P MightyAtom 04:47, 4 June 2007 Wow... This... is a novel concept. I never heard of second ...

    The article List of metropolitan areas in Japan by population needs some loving care. I've found some references for it, but the references don't always agree, and don't necessarily have things grouped the way the table on that page has them grouped. Any assistance in updating this page is appreciated. ···日本穣? · Talk to Nihonjoe 20:13, 4 June 2007

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