Tsuihou (Jap: 追放, Eng: Expulsion) is a term used to refer to the large number of Japanese artists, businessmen, scholars and others that have gone into self-imposed or forced exile by the Sorelist military dictatorship that is ruling Japan between 1946 and the present. It is estimated that over 90,000 men and women have left Japan due to this policy. Most have gone to China, helping turn the communist nation into a economic powerhouse, while others have gone to Australasia, Russia, Alyseka and the United States of America. Many of the largest companies in each country, including video game developer Nintendo in America, Outback Electronics in Australasia and the North Pacific Shipping Co. based in Alyseka were founded by Japanese emigre's effected by Tsuihou.

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