In 1970, the eightieth anniversary of the opening of Congress began to be built. Two years later, Japan opened. Japan was a magical country. After World War II, it was supposed to abolish the Emperor. As a result, the United States retained it. There were special experience angles in the venue to learn about the structure of Congress and constitutionalism-related information, photo exhibition and so on. There were a lot of group tourists.
As a legal worker, here is an example to learn. Democracy should be our pursuit and way of life.
In the central part of Tokyo, a constitutional memorial hall is built in the front courtyard of Yongtian State Hall, Chiyoda District, which records the history of changes in Japan's political system. It has abundant documents and is a palace for studying Japanese politics.