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- "Today he is still in high school, but some years from now he will follow in my footsteps. On young men such as him rests the future of Japan, and so, I introduce him to you, my son Seinosuke Amakusa."
He came from a long line of people born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, referred to as "Edoites." His family had been politicians for several generations. Amakusa's father had once been Prime Minister, while he became a parliament member.
Amakusa expected his son, Seinosuke, to follow in his footsteps and go into politics. He threw a party for his son at the Akasaka Princess Hotel to introduce him to political circles. There Seinosuke announced "I have no desire to follow in my father's footsteps." His father was upset, but Seinosuke ignored him and walked towards Tsukushi Makino. Amakusa and his son later had a huge fight, leading Seinosuke to live on his own. His younger son was subsequently expected to follow in his footsteps.
He was a middle-aged man, likely in his forties. Amakusa had black hair which he had combed neatly. He also wore wire-rimmed glasses and a suit. Due to his work, Amakusa probably kept up a high standard for his appearance.
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