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A nice start, but a bit short. Take a look at Bank of England for an example of how it can be done. Longer, more thorough introduction paragraph. (The Bank of Japan is Japan's central bank" is concise, and says pretty much all that needs to be said, but it's also disconcerting and unattractive in its brevity.) More extensive discussion of the history, and the functioning of the bank.
The list of governors seems to provide some names in the order of family name, given name (e.g. 3. Kawada Koichiro), which is Japanese style, and other names in the order given name, family name (e.g. 21. Makoto Usami), which is Western style. Is there a reason for this? If not, it probably needs to be fixed for consistency's sake.Praine (talk) 12:39, 22 November 2012 (UTC)