Japan Cabinet allows schools to study banned imperial order

Abe, who has praised Kagoike, has denied making a donation, which is not illegal, or influencing the property sale. Kagoike is among many Japanese conservatives who have tried to reinstate the imperial rescript. Defense Minister Tomomi Inada told a recent …
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