Post Reply Constitution Girls - Nihon-Koku Kenpō
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Posted 9/18/13 , edited 9/18/13
Hi Everyone

Stumbling across the web I found an article called "Constitution Girls - Nihon-Koku Kenpō":
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2011-06-29/constitution-girls-book-turns-law-into-moe-girls
http://aya.shii.org/2011/06/30/whos-the-cutest-article-chan-in-the-constitution-girls/

Does anybody know about this or maybe owns a copy? Next time in Japan I will go hunting for it - i like this kind'a stuff
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Posted 9/18/13
Oh boy. I'll have to bring this back to the writers of the American constitution if I ever get my hands on a time machine. I wish we had some Constitution Girls. I bet The Fifth Amendment would be pretty moe.
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Posted 9/18/13 , edited 9/18/13
Yes. Would definitly be moe-fun to apply such an anthropomorphization to other nation's laws
I can imagine the US has some as well as other nations. How would france's or germany's or russia's laws look like?
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Posted 9/19/13
I...I-I-I...I plead the fifth ammendment o-o-off-officer...
Posted 9/19/13
Oh, great.
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Posted 9/19/13
It's like getting elmo to explain ethics
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Posted 9/20/13

FlyinDumpling wrote:

It's like getting elmo to explain ethics


So maybe it should be extended to all kind of laws? Because I want to see the German-Tax-Girls... I bet they look pretty strict
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Posted 9/21/13
I can at least keep a lookout for this since I live in Japan, though I hadn't heard of it until now.

And I second German-Tax Girls.
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Posted 9/21/13

CanesGalactica wrote:

I can at least keep a lookout for this since I live in Japan, though I hadn't heard of it until now.

And I second German-Tax Girls. :P


You lucky devil! Next year I will travel to Japan again and dig into my fav. shops in Tokyo again

Does anybody know that Article 4 describe? I read something about the Emperor being head of the state.
Hmm.. and how does "Article 17"-chan (Right to sue the state) looks like?
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