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"Prior to the Ise-Shima summit,G7 finance chiefs who met in Sendai remained divided over currency policies as well as common steps designed to boost public spending and shore up the world economic growth h. The rich countries should meddle less in issues that could intensify regional tensions,but instead contribute more to humanitarian and environmental agendas for which they bear unshirkable responsibilities due to historical and realistic reasons s.", news.xinhuanet.com
"Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and fellow leaders of the Group of Seven advanced economies began their summit Thursday by visiting Ise Shrine, the most hallowed site for Japan's indigenous Shinto religion - one of many aspects of the gathering that dovetail with Abe's long-term diplomatic and political agenda.", www.washingtontimes.com
"JAPAN - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday made a pilgrimage to the Ise Grand Shrine, the holiest site in Japan's Shinto religion, a day before he hosts a Group of Seven (G7) summit nearby.Abe is expected to escort other G7 leaders including U.S. President Barack Obama to the expansive grounds of the shrine in central Japan on Thursday before they gather for the two-day annual meeting.", news.asiaone.com
"Here are five things to know about the shrine, a center of Japan's wartime emperor worship that still attracts political and business leaders today: A climb over an arched bridge and a walk through a forest of towering cypress trees leads to the Inner Shrine, or Naiku, considered the holiest spot in Japan. After Japan's defeat, then-Emperor Hirohito publicly renounced the idea that he was a living god, and state Shinto was banned. Abe's ruling party wants to revise the U.S.-drafted constitution to give the emperor a more prominent position. The 1,500-year-old Outer Shrine, where visitors are supposed to pay respects first, is where sacred offerings of local produce are made: rice, fruits and vegetables, as well as prized abalone and sea bream. The 55 billion yen ($500 million) cost, which included the wood of 10,000 cypress trees for new buildings, was covered by the shrine and private donations, including from business leaders and members of the royal family.", www.seattlepi.com
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