Who is the leader of Japan?

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Leaders of Japan
Chief: Emperor Akihito
Head: Deputy Prime Minister Tarō Asō
General elections to the House of Representatives held every four years, elections to the House of Councillors held every three years to choose one-half of its members, and local elections held every four years.
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The executive branch of Japan's government is the Cabinet. It is led by the Prime Minister and contains 17 or fewer Ministers of State. The "National Diet," Japan's legislative branch, consists of the House of Representatives, which has 480 members, and the House of Councilors, which has 242 members. The Diet is responsible for making laws and electing the Prime Minister, who must be one of its members. Japan's judiciary system is made up of the Supreme Court and lesser courts. All are appointed by the Cabinet.

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