Your just being willfully foolish now.you don't understand Japanese culture of the time
Tell me, how did the Meiji restoration come to be? Oh yes, the previous divine emperor was tossed out. ( forced abdication ). So much for godhood.
How did the Meiji restoration come to an end in 1912? When Crown Prince Yoshihito he proclaimed Taishō era. The population of Japan said screw that shit, and the Taishō political crisis occurred. This in turn triggers a time period known as the Taishō Democracy. So much for your divine emperor.
The Taishō Democracy would be killed off in 1926 by reactionary forces which would empower a military junta. Yep, the Showa era was not particularly divine either, and just used the "divine" emperor as a useful tool to legitimize their government. A bit how the monarchy in Britain legitimizes the British government.
You are the one speaking from ignorance here. Look past the propaganda. Don't let yourself believe racist propaganda that simplifies Japanese people into a bunch of mindless drones blindly obeying their divine god.