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Minister of Economic Revitalization, Shindo, renews his determination for economic recovery during his New Year’s visit to the Yasukuni Shrine.

On New Year’s Day, Minister of Economic Revitalization, Shinto, followed tradition by making his first shrine visit of the year. The place he chose was the historic Yasukuni Shrine located in Kudan, Tokyo.

Visiting shrines is one of the traditional Japanese practices to welcome the New Year, praying for a good year ahead. At the shrine, prayers are made for prosperity in business, safety of the household, good health, and for good luck in the coming year.

Minister Shinto offered his prayers quietly at the Yasukuni Shrine and renewed his determination for economic revival. His prayers were particularly for the recovery of the economy that is in crisis due to the impact of the new coronavirus.

The Yasukuni Shrine, founded to console the spirits of the war dead, sometimes triggers political debate with its visits. However, Minister Shinto’s visit was made with a clear purpose of wishing for economic stability, regeneration, and improvement of the people’s livelihoods.

With the arrival of the New Year, this action by Minister Shinto shows his dedication to improving the economic situation, symbolizing hope and determination for the new year.


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