In China , Japan is called Rìběn , which is the Mandarin pronunciation for the kanji 日本. The Cantonese pronunciation is Yahtbún [jɐt˨ pun˧˥] , the Shanghainese pronunciation is Zeppen [zəʔpən] , and the Hokkien pronunciation is Ji̍tpún . This has influenced the Malaysian name for Japan, Jepun , and the Thai word Yipun (ญี่ปุ่น). The terms Jepang and Jipang , ultimately derived from Chinese, were previously used in both Malaysian and Indonesian, but are today confined primarily to the Indonesian language . The Japanese introduced Nippon and Dai Nippon into Indonesia during the Japanese Occupation (1942–1945) but the native Jepang remains more common. In Korean, Japan is called Ilbon ( Hangeul : 일본, Hanja : 日本), which is the Korean pronunciation of the Sino-Korean name, and in Sino-Vietnamese , Japan is called Nhật Bản (also rendered as Nhựt Bổn). In Mongolian , Japan is called Yapon (Япон).
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