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Yoshihiko Noda a former Prime Minister and member of the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) greets supporters after a campaign speech for candidate Hiroyuki Konishi during the 2016 Upper House election campaign outside of Kaihin Makuhari Station in Chiba, Japan on July 9, 2016. Tomorrow, July 10, 2016 will be the first Upper house election nation-wide in Japan that 18 years old can vote after government law changes its voting age from 20 years old to 18 years old. (Photo by Richard Atrero de Guzman/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Yoshihiko Noda a former Prime Minister and member of the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) greets supporters after a campaign speech for candidate Hiroyuki Konishi during the 2016 Upper House election campaign outside of Kaihin Makuhari Station in Chiba, Japan on July 9, 2016. Tomorrow, July 10, 2016 will be the first Upper house election nation-wide in Japan that 18 years old can vote after government law changes its voting age from 20 years old to 18 years old.

 (Photo by Richard Atrero de Guzman/NurPhoto via Getty Images)