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1. Shōwa Modan, or "Shōwa's modernness," is the culture of the compromise between Japanese and European styles that started at the beginning of the Shōwa period. Shōwa began after the Great Kanto Earthquake in Taishō period, its social condition was the times when the May 15 Incident and February 26 Incident happened and the war seems to be begin. The term was used for the song title of Masayoshi Yamazaki in the 2007 tribute album of Ryoichi Hattori. Hattori was a famous composer during the period.
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