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Germany has always been an inspiration to Japan since the country opened its borders to foreign powers in 1868. Its impact ranges from statecraft to medicine on to philosophy.

And since the end of World War II, Tokyo has felt particular affinity to Germany’s endeavors to recover from defeat. The Japanese have continued to be inspired by its success to reemerge as Europe’s strongest economy.

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