Japanese Political System

Japanese Political System - Japanese Political System How...

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Japanese Political System How Japan is run in real life. This isn't too relevant to Anime - there appears not to be a Japanese Government Procedural or even much reference to the system itself, although a Japanese version of The West Wing (or perhaps Yes Minister , considering that the politician/bureaucrat dynamic in Japan is pretty much the same as in Britain, turned Up to Eleven ) done anime style would probably be Made of Win (there actually is at least one manga - Kaji Ryuusuke No Gi - that deals with one young politician's journey to power, though it'll probably never be released outside Japan). Though the government of Japan is large and powerful, and plays a substantial role in the lives of many Japanese, Japan is overall a far less political society than most western nations, and interest in things like partisan commentary and political satire is generally much lower. This is not to say such things don't exist, of course, but overall, Japanese culture is (traditionally, at least) far more deferential to authority, and thus inclined to just assume the government is doing what it should do. This partially explains why when political scandals hit Japan, they hit hard. No longer Semi-Divine- The Emperor The monarch of Japan is the Emperor, called in Japanese tennō ("heavenly ruler"). When
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