Why did Japan join Germany?

Japan joined Germany in World War 2 for strategic reasons. It needed an alliance that could take on the United States, Britain and the Soviet Union. As a result the tripartite agreement was signed between Japan, Italy and Germany thus forming the Axis faction of World War 2.

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