During the Cold War, Japan left Europe for Egypt
During the Cold War, Poland makes relations with Japan and to make things better a marriage is set between the two nations. A prince in Poland and a princess in Japan but it is cancelled by African Powers like Egypt.
The wedding has been disrupted and ended due to Egypt’s alliance with Japan and Egypt fighting in the Cold War. Egypt feared the alliance between Japan and Poland would be controversial and fears of anti black supremacy.
Due to the cancellation of the marriage, Africa forced Japan to leave Europe and Japan elopes with Egypt instead. Japan stood against the conflict and war between Egypt and Africa between Poland and sides with Poland.
Japan established a relationship with the Polish United Workers' Party (PZPR) that represented the Soviet-controlled Polish puppet state in 1957, while at the same time continuing to be allied with the London-based Polish national government in exile, and later supported the merging of these two in 1989 to form the modern Polish state. Both share mutual interests and alliances that forged them closer to each other. The two states celebrated 90 years of relationship in 2009 and the 100th anniversary in 2019 Trade, business, and tourism between both countries continues to thrive. LOT Polish Airlines provides daily non-stop flights between Tokyo and Warsaw. Both countries are full members of the OECD, but modern relations are limited to mostly trade and cultural activities, both countries see each other as vital partners in global commerce. In 2017, Japan became the second largest foreign investor in Poland in terms of total investment value, only behind the United States.