Description for "governor in Kanji"
In Japan, prefectural chiefs and executive bodies elected by direct public election. It was the first time since the prefectural system was established in 1890 that the title “governor” was uniformly applied to the heads of local bodies. Prior to that, it was used only for Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto prefectures.
In the United States, which has adopted the federal system, each state is guaranteed a republic. Politics is run by elected representatives of the people of the state. representative of that state. Their terms range from two to four years, depending on the state, and they are responsible for managing the day-to-day administration of government, providing services, and enforcing the law.