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How was Japan governed?
Japan are mainly Island and what we call cities are actually Prefectures. And it goes like this: Prefectures Subprefectural level Subprefectures Districts Municipal level Des…ignated cities Core cities Special cities Cities Special wards (Tokyo) Towns Villages Sub-municipal level Wards
They revolutionized and modernized Japan.
the name of the government in Japan is Chony Monarchy. thanks for asking
Japan's government is a democratic parliamentary government, with aconstitutional monarchy as the head of state. Japan's Imperial roleis essentially only as a figurehead now, …and the Emperor has nodefined governmental power. He remains the ceremonial head ofstate, and presides over ceremonies and represents his nationinternationally at public functions that do not require a politicalpresence. The head of government, the Prime Minister, holds realpower. Japan is a constitutional monarchy where the power of the emperoris very limited. It's basic form is based on the British parliamentary model. Thismeans that it has a cabinet of ministers lead by the Prime Ministeras well as a bicameral parliament called the Diet and, unlike GreatBritain at the time, a linear hierarchical judicial system with aSupreme Court. This government was established by the 1947Constitution. Its a combination of Parliamentary Democracy and constitutional monarchy; they have an emperor and a prime minister Japan has a dictatorship, meaning like Germany w/ Hitler in WW1 Japans government is Constitutional Monarchy I have no idea whatsoever but question yourself if this isn't for a school project why'd you look it up yeah think about that for a while see now you realize you sir have no life!
"A limited government is a constitutional government. A constitutional government makes sure that leaders of government do not misuse the powers they have been given. It insis…ts that all people, including people in authority such as the president and members of the congress, obey the laws. It also has effective controls over the power of people in authority, and protects the rights of individuals. On the other hand, an unlimited government is a government where all power is concentrated in one person or a small group. An unlimited government is also referred to as authoritarian and totalitarian governments. People who live under an authoritarian system do not have an effective way to restrain the power of the rulers. Totalitarian governments regulate every part of the lives of individuals. Moreover, an unlimited government is a non-constitutional government. It does not have effective controls over the power of its rulers, and those in authority cannot be easily removed from office by peaceful and legal means. " (Quoted from my civics book; I take no credit for it!) Japan is a limited government. It has a Constitution to guide it. The Emporer does not have any real power; the position is more ceremonial. The power is in the hands of the Prime Minister.
If you mean a different government than the one ruling today then the answer is certianly yes! The kingdom that eventually came to rule all of Japan was called Yamato and it… is believed that it became important in the Kensai region as early as 250 AD. This kingdom would grow to absorb much of the surrounding territory, becoming a unified empire. These Emperors would rule in a manner similar to the classical Chinese model, in which the Emperor served in the center of a bureaucratic engine as well as being both a religious and temporal leader. This original empire did not have much of a standing martial culture. As a result, when wars occurred in the north of Honshu against a mysterious people that were referred to a the Emishi, the martial class that developed was largely unincorporated in the existing government and concentrated around several powerful families. These families eventually clashed, resulting in the Gempei Wars of the 1180's. Following this, Minamoto no Yoritomo, one of the leaders of the victorious Minamoto family, established the first of the Shogunate governments. The Shogunate were a series of governments that were centered around a particular clan of military leaders. They ruled over a system of provincial lords or daimyo who also ruled through their own militarized clans. With the exception of a period referred to as the Warring States period or the Sengoku-jidai, Shoguns ruled as temporal leaders of the Japanese Empire while the Emperors served as spiritual leaders and the de jure patrons of the Shoguns. However, at the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate, instead of another shogunate rising, popular rebellion placed the power back in the hands of the Emperor in the late 1860s. At this time there were some experiments with democracy and various other European governance models as Japan wanted to be recognized as a world power. However, until the 1930s, the Empire was largely controlled by an aristocracy not unlike that of Prussia or the German Empire. In the 1930s though, the military of the Japanese Empire, that had been slowly building up since the 1880's, effectively took control of the government. Just like the the old Shoguns of old, figures like Prime Minister Tojo Hideki supplanted many civilian members of the government. This was a movement that continued until the end of WWII when the current government was put in place during the Allied Occupation of 1945-52.
Well, its government is a lot more complicated than ours. First of all, they are a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary government. Just to let you know, they still ha…ve branches and congress like ours. Although, Japan has an emperor, which is like a king or dictator is the only thing that is different. Japan Emperor right now is Emperor Akihito, commonly referred to as the Mikado?
Japan is a constitutional monarchy, governed by elected officials such as the Prime Minister and members of the Diet.
During the Heian Period, the Fujiwara family effectively controlled Japan's government through what is called a shikkenate. (Regency.) These Fujiwara Regents were the real pow…er behind the figurehead Emperors of the time period.
Constitutional monarchy A Constitutional Monarchy. yes yes Constitutional monarchy
Prime Minister, but symbolic power still belongs to the imperial family
The Japanese government is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary government. Although Japan has an emperor, his powers as the head of state are limited. The prime min…ister is the chief executive in Japan. Japan's Emperor right now is Emperor Akihito (born 1933), who is the son of the wartime emperor Hirohito (known posthumously as the Showa emperor).
i searched on ask.com, and it told me japan was a monarchy.
Japan's current government is a constitutional monarchy.