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The band was Baby Groot hug Jack Skellington 3d fleece jacket hoodie originally formed in 1955 at the end of the first jazz boom in Japan under the name The Cuban Cats. Signed to Watanabe Productions, their performances mixed music and comedic bits, in the spirit of Frankie Sakai and the City Slickers, and they soon changed their name to the Crazy Cats. At the end of the 1950s, the main members were Hana, Tani, Ueki, Inuzuka, Yasuda, and Ishibashi. Sakurai joined in 1960, and Ishibashi left in 1971.The group became nationally famous after appearing on the television show “Otona No Manga” starting in 1959. Beginning in 1961, they co-starred on the variety show “Soap Bubble Holiday” (“Shabondama Horidē”), performing in skits written by Yukio Aoshima, who later became governor of Tokyo. Their 1961 song, “Sudara-Bushi,” sung by Ueki, was a major hit and led to seven consecutive appearances on NHK’s Kohaku Utagassen. Their popularity also led to a series of films produced at the Toho Studios, the most famous of which was the Musekinin Otoko or Irresponsible Man. The series of films featured Ueki as a salaryman attempting to advance up the corporate ladder.

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On September 2, 1945, Japan formally surrendered with the signing of the Japanese Instrument of Surrender. On September 6, US President Truman approved a document titled “US Initial Post-Surrender Policy for Japan”. The document set two main objectives for the occupation: (1) eliminating Japan’s war potential and (2) turning Japan into a democratic-style nation with pro-United Nations orientation. Allied (primarily American) forces were set up to supervise the country, and “for eighty months following its surrender in 1945, Japan was at the mercy of an army of occupation, its people subject to foreign military control.” At the head of the Occupation administration was General MacArthur, who was technically supposed to defer to an advisory council set up by the Allied powers, but in practice did not and did everything himself. As a result, this period was one of significant American influence, described near the end of the occupation in 1951 that “for six years the United States has had a freer hand to experiment with Japan than any other country in Asia, or indeed in the entire world.

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