Britain and Japan are both islands holding on to legacy, not building for the future.

Leon Emirali

Senior Political Counsellor

 

Both island countries, both struggling with an ageing population, and both holding onto former glory without planning for the future. Japan and the UK have a lot to learn from each other, writes Leon Emirali for City A.M.

Looking out of my window onto the bustling metropolis that is Japan’s capital, it’s hard to see anything other than a distinctly foreign world. The gabled temple roofs, dazzling neon lights, trains that run on time – all things seldom witnessed on British soil. Yet, scratch beneath the superficial, and uncanny similarities between the UK and the “land of the rising sun” begin to emerge…

 

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Britain and Japan are both islands holding on to legacy, not building for the future

 

 

 

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