Compare the power of the emperor in Japan and in China.

Distinctive features: In China, the emperor’s power was absolute, but at the same time, he could be overthrown by a disgruntled people. In Japan, the emperor himself had practically no power, since the shogunate ruled on his behalf. On the other hand, the origin of the emperor was considered divine, and therefore, he could not be overthrown.

Similar features: Administration in certain regions was in the hands of officials.

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