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  • The string of fatal scandals goes back to the 1970s, when Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka was ousted due to shady political contributions, in the first case of what Japanese came to call seiji to kane, or the politics-and-money problem.

    Scandalmania

  • It's time for Japan to reconsider whether purging every case of seiji to kane is really worth the price.

    Scandalmania

  • Tenryu-ji, temple at Saga, built by Takauji; T. -bune, merchantmen, sent to China for art objects; T. -seiji, celadon vases from China

    A History of the Japanese People From the Earliest Times to the End of the Meiji Era

  • Some of the objects then carried to Japan survive to this day in the form of celadon vases known in Japan as Tenryuji-seiji.

    A History of the Japanese People From the Earliest Times to the End of the Meiji Era

  • Seiji Shiraishi +81 3 5203 3802 seiji. shiraishi@hsbc.co.jp Robert Prior-Wandesforde +65 6239 0840 robert. prior-wandesforde@hsbc.com.sg Yukiko Tani +81 3 5203 3827 yukiko. tani@hsbc.co.jp

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  • “ “ “ “ “, 2003, “Shûkyô kara seiji e, seiji kara shûkyô e: Nishitani Keiji no tenkai” [From Religion to Politics, From Politics to Religion:

    The Kyoto School

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