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- In 1582, Japanese Roman Catholic Christian Daimyos dispatched the Tenshō embassy to Pope Gregory XIII.
- In 1899, they both dispatched armies to protect expatriates in China (Boxer Rebellion).
- In 1914, they allied and fought against Germany (World War I).
- In 1919, Italy supported Japanese racial equality proposal against the Great Powers.
- During the Siberian Intervention, they allied and fought against Communists.
- In 1940, they were both members of the Axis Powers (Tripartite Pact).
- Baskett, Michael (2009). "All Beautiful Fascists?: Axis Film Culture in Imperial Japan" in The Culture of Japanese Fascism, ed. Alan Tansman. Durham: Duke University Press. pp. 212–234. ISBN 0822344521
- "Presenza Italiana in Giappone 2010" (Japanese: 日本におけるイタリア企業便覧 2010年版; Archive). Italian Trade Commission.
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