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-Fairies: Several thousand
Capital: Sasebo Naval Base
Official Language: Japanese
National Language: Japanese
Currency: Japanese yen (JP¥)
Time Zone: UTC+09:00 Japan Standard Time
Calling code: +81 0956
Internet TLD: .jp
Sasebo Naval District
Sasebo Naval District (佐世保鎮守府 Sasebo chinjufu) is the largest of five main administrative districts in Japan. Its territory includes the western and southern coastline of Kyūshū, the Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan and Korea, as well as several islands in the East China Sea and the Pacific, stretching as far as the Solomon Islands.
The district gets its name from the city of Sasebo, where its Naval Base is headquartered.
The territories under the district are almost entirely coastal and tropical, lush environments mixed with sparkling blue seas and golden beaches.
The population of the district is entirely made up of military personnel, who are almost exclusively female, the only exception being the Admiral.
100% of the population speaks Japanese, with extremely fringe usage of other languages.
The main religion of Sasebo Naval District is the Shinto belief system.
The racial demographics of the district are almost exclusively native Japanese, the majority of which are Fairies, the second highest demographic being the Kanmusu.
Sasebo Naval District is a partially autonomous military district of Japan and is commanded by an Admiral and their Secretary Ship, the latter of which also has an Aide and Communications Officer to assist them with organization of fleets.
Everyone in the district is a part of the military, even if not a combat role. The primary force of the military is the Kanmusu, who make up almost all of the positions in the military/district. The secondary force of the military are the Fairies, who make up the district's air group and ship crew (as well as various other small tasks). All of these report to Fleet Command and the Admiral.
The economy of the district is entirely made up by resources expeditions and imperial subsidiaries. The district operates on a form of small-scale stratocratic communalism, akin to national socialism.
The district has a culture akin to traditional Japan, though much more gynocentric. They have a strong sense of community and sisterhood and are mostly extremely disciplined.