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Noun1.Kokka - the branch of Shinto recognized as the official state religion of Japan
Shinto - the native religion and former ethnic cult of Japan
religious order, religious sect, sect - a subdivision of a larger religious group
Adj.1.Kokka - of or pertaining to the branch of Shinto recognized as the state religion of Japan
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Model | Evangelia Kokka Photography | Kianna Moloney & Emily Reid Hair & Make-up | Evangelia Kokka Styling | Daniela Hlavsova
In Japanese, "state" is kokka, but Japanese statists were concerned much more with protecting what they called the kokutai, often translated as "the national essence." A brew of gleanings from ancient Japanese culture and history mixed with absolutist conceptions of state, nation, and imperial house of a much more recent (and undeniably Prussian) vintage, the kokutai was mainly conceived of as the unique, even ineffable, quintessence of what it meant to be Japanese in Japan.
The closing article is Kari Kokka's "Radical STEM Teacher Activism: Collaborative Organizing to Sustain Social Justice Pedagogy in STEM Fields," which gives us the tools to be active and focus on movement building.
Kaks Kokka (Two Chefs) is the little brother of the restaurant O, which is managed by the two chefs Ranno Paukson and Martin Meikas, and is totally worth keeping an eye on!
Perhaps you mean 'protecting the nation' (chingo kokka) in the sense of protecting it spiritually (seishintekini).
(153) They were prosecuted under the Japanese National Civil Service Law (Kokka Koumuin Hou).
(1.) For a similar discussion of divided ideas about the notion of Japan as a tanitsu minzoku kokka (one-ethnicity country), even among Japanese conservatives, see Strausz (2010).
Karafuto--Saharin kara miru higashi ajia no kokumin teikoku to kokumin kokka soshite kazoku," Teikoku iko no hito no ido: Post-colonial to Globalism no kosaten, ed.