In Japanese election campaigns, candidates drive vehicles around making announcements about their name and party. They also stand at major stations to make speeches, always wearing a suit and white gloves. If it's a rainy day, they still continue. But at those times, they need a good umbrella. The Shinkateel Japanese Politician Election Campaign Umbrella is the rain protection of choice for Japanese politicos, because it's robust in the face of strong wind (thanks to the specially designed slots in the fiberglass reinforced plastic canopy that offset gusts from inside yet prevent it entering from outside), transparent (so voters can see you), and has a wide yet curved canopy to keep the raindrops off you while you make your speech. It's been used by the likes of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the Emperor. Even the white handle has an attractive design, making this perfect for professional public events.
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