Governor (Japan)

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In Japan, the governor (知事 chiji?) is the highest ranking executive of a prefecture.[1]

The governor is directly elected for a four-year term. Governors are subject to recall referenda. In case of death, disability, or resignation, the vice governor becomes either governor or acting governor.


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