Empire of Mizuho
Empire of Mizuho
Nation, Religion, Monarch, People, Peace, Independence, Democracy, Unity and Prosperity
|Anthem: Kimigayo, Ohomi-hikari|
|Official languages||Japanese language
Japanese Sign LanguageSigned Japanese
• Emperor of Mizuho and Prime Minister
• Deputy Prime Minister
|Shoko, Princess of Zuika|
• Government founded
|November 1, 2008|
• Capital relocation
|April 1, 2011|
|Currency||Japanese yen (JP\)|
|Time zone||UTC +9 (JST)|
The Empire of Mizuho is a micronation that exists in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan.
This Empire was founded in 2008 by the government, it is a constitutional monarchy. The currency is the Japanese yen.
The Mizuho imperial family probably originated from "Oho-shi", which was founded by Kamuyaimimi in BC. This year is the founding year of Mizuho.
[[w:3rd_century 3rd century], The Oho-shi head family moved to Yamato (currently Nara Prefecture). However, the house that later became the Mizuho imperial family inherited rituals and landowners from generation to generation in Hyuga, Satsuma, Osumi, and Higo (currently Miyazaki, ], and Kumamoto Prefectures).
In [[w:1587 1587], The invasion of Toyotomi Hideyoshi is Satsuma expedition burned down ] in Hyuga, the base of Oho-shi.
In [[w:1600 1600], Shimadzu Yoshihiro is protected Oho-shi and reconstructed Takaoka on his way back to Satsuma from the Battle of|Sekigahara].
In 1886, The Oho-shi family established Mizuho and became the imperial family. After that, eight emperors will succeed.
In 2008, Emperor Shunsuke takes the throne and Government founded. The 1st Constitutional Assembly was opened and 25 people attended. Resolve to enact a provisional constitution within five years.
In 2010, Based on the resolution of the Constitutional Assembly, a provisional constitution will be prepared under the supervision of Emperor Eisou. Promulgated and enforced by Emperor Shunsuke after creation.
In 2011, the capital moved from Miyazaki to Kumamoto.
In May 2016, the 1st National Assembly opened and 15 people attended. During the period, the first cabinet will be organized. A new provisional constitution is created by Parliament. The provisional constitution will be promulgated and enforced at the closing ceremony.
In September 2016, the 2nd National Assembly opened, but it slipped. As a result, the parliament was dissolved and the cabinet resigned. Emperor Shunsuke suspends the 2016 provisional constitution. 2010 The provisional constitution is revived. Emperor Shunsuke concurrently serves as Prime Minister, Finance Minister, and Foreign Minister for a certain period of time (still continuing)
In December 2016, a "Regular meeting" will be held on behalf of the National Assembly. After that, it will be held four times a year in principle.
In 2017, Emperor Eisou, Demise of the Crown. In 2019, Emperor Meisou, Demise of the Crown.
In 2021, the National Charter, the Non-Nuclear and Peace Charter, the Elderly and Longevity Society Charter, and the Children's Charter are enacted.
In January 2022, the national sport was decided as horse racing and equestrian. and Homepage is opened.
In February 2022
- Emperor Shunsuke transferred his ministerial post to the "National Council for the Maintenance of Peace and Order for the Reform of the Democratic System with the Emperor as the Monarch".
- The Charter for Gender Equality and Welfare for Persons with Disabilities was enacted.
- Due to changes in the times in Eastern Europe, the "National Peace and Order Maintenance Council for the Reform of the Democratic System with the Emperor as the Monarch" was dissolved. The emperor's pro-government has begun. The political parties were disbanded and the "National Unity Government Council" was formed.
Imperial family and aristocrats
The Mizuho imperial family has existed since 580 BC. In Mizuho, the emperor can be enthroned regardless of gender if he is a member of the imperial family.
In the imperial family, Shinto and Buddhism are mainly worshiped. However, on an individual basis, some believe in the Catholic Church, Seicho-no-Ie, and the Church of World Messianity.
Mizuho has an aristocratic system. About 150 homes and individuals have been given the title of aristocrat by the emperor.
The aristocrats are appointed by the emperor to be bureaucrats, scholars, military personnel, and those who have outstanding achievements in the state and the public.
Mizuho is a constitutional monarchy. It is a politics based on the 2010 provisional constitution.
State religion does not exist and freedom of religion is guaranteed.
Administrative and legislative powers are carried out in the name of the emperor. Mizuho has a cabinet that supports the rule of the emperor.
The emperor also holds the post of prime minister. Also, all ministers are appointed by the emperor.
The Privy Council is an advisory body to the emperor.
The National Assembly has opened three times, including the Constitutional Assembly.
Political parties can be freely formed by the Constitution. Currently, there are two political parties in Mizuho: the communist party "Patriotic State Construction Party" and the conservative party "Homeland Development Solidarity Party". However, in February 2022, due to changes in the situation in Eastern Europe, the political parties were dissolved and the "National Unity Government Council" was formed.
Mizuho has the following three ministries.
Imperial Household and Prime Minister's Office
Mizuho has been engaged in private and informal diplomacy with Thailand and Laos since 2012. Emperor Shunsuke has received several medals from Thailand as a private person.
As of 2022, the population is 1,200. It is on the increase.
The national flag uses the Japanese flag. This is the same as in Japan.
However, if the Japanese flag cannot be used in public situations, use the one with a small golden circle added to the center of the Japanese flag. This flag is also described in Japanese mythology.
Coat of arms
Mizuho national emblem adopts the emblem given by Emperor Showa in 1929.
The name of the emblem is "Chrysanthemum water crest with leaves".
In Mizuho, "Kimigayo" is the national anthem and "Ohmi-hikari" is the imperial anthem.
Mizuho recommends learning and preserving Japanese culture and traditions.
The government is also enthusiastic about animal welfare because its national sports are equestrian and horse racing. In particular, the imperial family is committed to protecting unsold horses in auctions and horses retired from competition and breeding.