President Tōshoku Karahashi
Founded 1971 (1971)
Ideology Japanese nationalism
State Shinto/Taoist
Political position Far Right
Official colours Red and White
21 / 242
10 / 480
Prefectural assembly members
250 / 2,725
Municipal assembly members
1,500 / 32,070

Tōhōkai (東方会 Society of the East), sometimes referred to as the Reformed Tōhōkai, is a Japanese nationalist political party in Japan, re-established in 1971 by Tōshoku Karahashi.

History and Ideology

As the United States was severely weakened by the Zombie outbreak, as well as fear of Chinese and Communist expansion, some of the Japanese nationalists decided to re-establish the Tōhōkai. While it is the successor to the old Tōhōkai, the newer Tōhōkai has some ideological differences.

The new Tōhōkai is in favour of removing the United States Military Bases from Japan, and deporting the Americans back to the United States. The Tōhōkai is also moderately Anti-West, mostly against the United States and its break-away nations. They are also supportive of removing the Article 9 from the Japanese Constitution, though in recent years following the Anti-military sentiment and discrimination in Southern Japan, some members of the party have suggested to let it remain in the Constitution.