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Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/mysimpleshow Japan's Emperor Akihito stepped down in April 2019, marking the end of an imperial era for Japan. Learn more about the abdication in this video. This video was produced by simplehow foundation Japan in December 2017 with kind support by Madoro Ishii (author of the script) and Prof. John Breen from the International Research center for Japanese Studies (scientific supervisor of the project).
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