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Nationality Flag-Japan.jpg Japanese
Date of birth 28 February 2009 - Day 466
Date of death End of 2017 (est)
Residence Tokyo, Kanto
Sex Female
Congress member of Japan
April 2009 – October 2009
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan
June 2009 – August 2009
Preceded by Glxblt
Succeeded by Lauri Mursu
President of Japan
6 October 2009 – 5 November 2009
Preceded by Minamoto Yoritomo
Succeeded by Dokomo
Minister of Education of Austria
30 November 2009 – 5 January 2010
Succeeded by Rangeley
Chief of staff of Austria
6 December 2009 – February 5 2010
Preceded by Lynari
Succeeded by Karantanec
Congress member of Austria
26 November 2009 – 16 February 2010
President of Austria
16 February 2010 – 5 March 2010
Preceded by Borojevic von Bonjar
Succeeded by Hedera
Military rank Icon rank National Force**.png National Force**
Aircraft rank Flight lieutenant 0.png Flight Lieutenant

Oraizan was the 21st President of Austria, and 10th President of Japan.

Born in late February 2009 in Japan, she instantly began to take an interest in the newspapers and political activities, being elected five terms in Congress, serving 3 terms as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan, and President of Japan in October 2009. After moving to Austria in November 2009, she was elected to three terms in Congress, and served as both Chief of Staff and Minister of Education before assuming the presidency on February 16th, 2010 through resignation, in the midst of the First Croatia-Austria War. Navigating through the tumultuous time in the nation's history, all regions were returned to Austria by the end of her term.

With the presidential takeover of Austria in March, Oraizan was a leader of the "shadow government," which aimed to continue the usual operations of the Austrian government while the office itself was held by the political takeover. After a successful impeachment placed the office back in legitimate hands, Oraizan was removed from office, she became Minister of Foreign Affairs through the next two mandates, before becoming Minister of Culture in May.

Soon afterwards she went on a Holiday to her birth country Japan, later to gain citizenship and become active in politics in Japan again, being an aMC for Japan towards the alliance Circle of Trust. She joined United Lolies of Japan.


She was elected in a Congress and has served 12 terms as a member of Congress.

Newspapers and organizations

Oraizan's newspaper is called Ai no Hana. Oraizan also controls the ORG called Japanese Holiday Association where she was the Press director of newspaper Japanese Holiday Gazette.