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The location of the Japanese surrender ceremony was _______.

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aboard the battleship Missouri


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Who dictated the Japanese surrender ceremony?

US Army General Douglas MacArthur ~ see related link below .

Where was the location of the Japanese surrender ceremony?

The location of the Japanese surrender ceremony was aboard the American battleship USS Missouri docked in Tokyo Bay. The Missouri was one of the most advanced battleships built during World War 2. Today, you can go see her, as she is preserved as a museum ship at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, where her bow faces the memorial of the USS Arizona (a battleship sunk during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941) in order to honor the people who were trapped inside the Arizona's hull during the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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How do you say I surrender in Japanese?

"I surrender" would be あきらめる (akirameru) in Japanese.

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It's not really a ceremony, but rather a ceremonious way of preparing and drinking tea. "Tea Ceremony" is just what we call it in English. In Japanese it's called "The Way of Tea."

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