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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in the immediate present, hire the required know-how from abroad, and, as a long-term policy, after the fashion of Meiji Tenno, the great Japanese Emperor and inspirer of the modernisation of Japan, send our boys and girls, our men and women, to any part of the world where they can acquire the necessary know-how and expertise; and
The 1933 publication of Meiji Tenno Ki [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Chronicles of Emperor Meiji), the official record of the imperial household of the Meiji Emperor, revealed that the emperor's only surviving child, Prince Sachinomiya, was vaccinated as a young boy in 1857 on the orders of his maternal grandfather, Nakayama Tadayasu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Meiji Tenno Ki 1933, 454-55).
(9) Fukaya Hakuji, Shashin zusetsu Meiji Tenno (Tokyo, 1968), 54; Tanba Tsuneo, Nishiki-e ni miru Meiji Tenno to Meiji jidai (Tokyo, 1966), plates 42, 45, 47-48, 53; Meech-Pekarik, Meiji Prints, plates 21 and figs.