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technologically advanced societies on Earth; as a result, it has the world's second largest economy by GDP (after the U.S.). Japan exports automobiles, consumer and office electronics, steel, and transportation equipment. It imports food, oil, lumber, . European-style civil law system. . ery little political power, serving primarily as the symbolic and diplomatic leader of the country. . constitutional monarchy, headed by the Emperor. . Japan has seen the rise and fall of emperors, rule by samurai warriors, isolation from the outside world, expansion over most of Asia, defeat and rebound.

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After a succession of powerful Shogun, Japan fell into a state of near-anarchy as provinces declared war upon one another during the 15th century. . Shogun, a position that sometimes wielded more power than the Emperor. . the aristocracy lost their power and the Kamakura period marked the beginning of military rule . Japanese myth holds that Emperor Jimmu was the first emperor of an imperial line that is still in place today. . The sakoku policy, literal translation "locked country", enacted in 1633 by the Tokugawa Shogunate prevented foreigners from entering Japan on penalty of death. The same policy also prevented Japanese from leaving Japan.

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social harmony, that is more than reflected in many of their business practices like life-long employment, negotiated decision making and a unique emphasis on loyalty to the employer. Many of these practices were actually imported in the form of Japanese . alues of Confucianism . real essence of culture is not in superficiality, but in the traditional philosophy, and it is this area in which Japan is probably the least Westernized societies of the world.

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imperious viewpoint . immensely nationalistic . an. . Noboru and his gang are the old ways of Jap . Fusako represents post World War II Japan . Ryuji is Japan drifting, . but below that lies Mishima's dissatisfaction with Japan. . and its lack of military might and political power – its lack of glory. . he committed seppuku . Fusako represents post World War II Japan, with its increasing obsession for Western goods and its growing economic might. It is no coincidence that there “w . aspirations of glory . Ryuji is Japan drifting . they are disgusted with Japan and its mores, and see this immolation of sensitivity and compassion as their path back to glory and power. . Mishima's discontent over Japan's embrace of westernisation, and its lack of military might and political power – its lack of glory. . committed seppuku . lost its way following its defeat in World War II . demanded the restoration . powers of the emperor . Yukio Mishima and four members of his private army, the Tatenokai, attacked the office of the commandant of the Ichigaya Camp in Japan.

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My memories of the mystique surrounding the living Mishima – the vital symbol of the Japanese spirit in the aftermath of defeat and occupation . “Afternoon of Glory” reflects the Japanese title more accurately) . Mishima’s subsequent samurai seppuku while I was still in Vientiane provided a taunting comment on the Indo-China War . The semi-military scenes with his “private army” appear as a statement of a profound determination not to lose touch with the political and historical processes of his time. . self-discipline and self-motivation rarely appear outside their social and political context. . physical examination after being called up for military service gained him a diagnosis of incipient tuberculosis and a reprieve. He emerges as an elite bureaucrat, only to sacrifice that to become a widely celebrated novelist. . self-assertion and self-empowerment . Mishima’s life is a little less exotic than his stories. As a young boy he was captive to the needs and whims of a possessive grandmother with aristocratic airs. Nothing could better reflect the strict hierarchical and authoritarian values of his family
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