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Constitutional revision, a consumption tax hike and the future of the pension system were on the minds of voters as they took to polling stations across the country to cast their ballots in the triennial Upper House election on Sunday.

Reporters from The Japan Times spoke with voters in Tokyo, Yokohama and Osaka to find out who they voted for and why.

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