Hirohito's super magical happy fun time judicial prisoner execution confirmation hearing dance party Edit
Hirohito's super magical happy fun time judicial prisoner execution confirmation hearing dance party, (Japanese:昭和の超魔法の幸せ楽しい時間を司法囚人の実行人事聴聞会のダンスパーティー), (Romanized:Shōwa no chō mahō no shiawase tanoshii jikan o shihō shūjin no jikkō jinji chōmon-kai no dansupātī) is an annual ceremony held at the Tokyo Municipal City Hall bulding by the Hirohitan royal family. It is the most significant holiday in the Hirohitan culture. After prolonged cultural exchange with the Aztecs the Japanese absorbed the Aztec Xiyukohatl religion (𪚥讟), the most globally dominant religion in the world. Political prisoners are taken to the top of the Tokyo Municipal City Hall building and executed in sacrifice to the sun god, Sungodubukkakeshinjitsu. The difference between this ceremony and the original Aztec ceremony are that it is based upon differs only in the selection of sacrifices. In the Aztek empire, prisoners of war are generally used as sacrifice to the Aztek sun god Xiyukohal, however in the Hirohitan Xiyukohal faith, Sungodubukakkeshinjitsuism low level criminals are used, mostly white collar criminals such as businessmen accused of tax evasion as businessmen are considered the lowest class of Hirohitan society. The executions are filmed live and last from sunrise to sunset on the first day of each year, with roughly 20,000 executed by 100 specially ordained Samurai priests called Butufukkashingetsuii.