Meiji Tenno

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Noun1.Meiji Tenno - emperor of Japan who encouraged the modernization of Japan (1852-1912)Meiji Tenno - emperor of Japan who encouraged the modernization of Japan (1852-1912)
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Presented on behalf of the emperor of Japan, the Order of the Rising Sun is the oldest Japanese order and was established by Emperor Meiji in 1875.
Koreans were compelled to live as subjects of Emperor Meiji and then Hirohito, losing their cultural identity, their history, their language and even their personal names.
Recognizing this, Sultan AbdE-lhamid II of the Ottoman Empire--the only Muslim state still in control of its foreign affairs--sent the imperial warship Ertugrul to Japan in 1889, loaded with 609 Ottoman sailors and gifts for Emperor Meiji (r.
Meiji Jingu, a Shinto shrine located across the JR Yamanote Line's Harajuku Station, is dedicated to Emperor Meiji and his consort Empress Shoken.
The award is a Japanese Order established in 1888 by Emperor Meiji, to honor those who have made distinguished contributions to business, healthcare, social work, government or the improvement of life for handicapped or impaired persons etc.
Emperor Meiji created the Order in 1875, and it was the first national decoration awarded by the Japanese government.
Amid the geopolitics, Obama also found time for some quiet spiritual reflection with a stop at the gracious Meiji Jingu, a huge shrine in central Tokyo dedicated to the Emperor Meiji, whose return to prominence in 1868 marked the birth of modern Japan.
Fourteen years later, Japan began a massive modernization drive under Emperor Meiji.
The shrine was originally created in 1868 to commemorate government soldiers killed in the Boshin war, considered a civil war of independence between the Shogunate and Emperor Meiji.
A senior researcher at the Meiji Shrine Research Institute, Imaizumi illuminates the production of the shrine as a contested space, from when construction began on the shrine to memorialize Emperor Meiji, to when the shrine facilities were completed in their present form.
With the "restoration" of imperial rule, as the Emperor Meiji ascended the throne in April
Under Emperor Meiji, the Samurai lost their elite position as the exclusive military caste of Japanese society and many of their rights and privileges, even the wearing of swords in public, were revoked.