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The Kanjou Commission (Japanese: 勘定奉行 Kanjoubugyou) (also referred to as Kanjobugyo[1]) is the authority who manages Inazuma's finances, customs, and borders and is one of the three organizations that comprise the Tri-Commission.[2][3] They work with the Inazuma Shogunate under the rule of the Raiden Shogun. It is led by the Hiiragi Clan, who are based in Ritou.[3]

The Kanjo Commission have been said by Atsuko to conduct very difficult assessments to any who wish to leave or enter Inazuma. They have a strong and authoritarian grip over Inazuma's border; Bibo has called the Inazuma border "simply impenetrable" because of the Vision Hunt Decree and the Sakoku Decree. They are also abusive towards the foreigners that reside in Ritou.

Following the events of Omnipresence Over Mortals, like the Tenryou Commission, the Kanjou Commission has lightened up towards foreigners following the arrest of the Kanjou Commissioner due to his role in the Fatui plot in Inazuma, which utilized Crystal Marrow that was collected by the commission.

Personnel

These are other important personnel.

Chiefs

Squad Leaders

The Ashigaru

The following are the officers of the Kanjou Commission.

Trivia

  • In Japan, the Kanjō-bugyō (Japanese: 勘定奉行 Kanjoubugyou) were officials of the Tokugawa shogunate in Edo period Japan. Conventional interpretations have construed these Japanese titles as "commissioner" or "overseer" or "governor". They were the chief financial officials of the numerous domains of government in Japan. The office of kanjō-bugyō was created in 1787 to upgrade the status and authority of the pre-1787 finance chief (kanjō-gashira).
  • Despite this faction being called "Kanjobugyo" in the game, the correct romanization of the name would be "Kanjoubugyou" or "Kanjōbugyō", depending on the romanization system. In Japanese, the "o" sounds in the name are actually long "o" sounds, written in Japanese as the combination of two vowels "o" + "u": おう.

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