Emperor of Japan

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December 3, 2021

Emperor of Japan (Japanese: 日本天皇) is the head of the Japanese royal family and head of state of Japan. The 1947 Constitution, Article 1 states, “The Emperor is a symbol of Japan and a symbol of Japanese people's solidarity. This position is subject to the consent of the present "Japanese sovereignty". Japan is the only country where a head of state is called an "emperor", and the Japanese royal family is the oldest dynasty in the world that continues to this day. The historical origins of the Emperor of Japan appear in the late Kofun period. (3rd–7th centuries AD), but traditional documents known as Kojiki (completed in AD 712) and Nihonshoki (completed in AD 720) state that Emperor Jim Mugabe established the country in 660 BC and is said to be a direct descendant of Amaterasu. goddess of the sun The current emperor is Emperor Naruhito. who ascended the throne on May 1, 2019, a day after his father, Emperor Akihito, abdicated the throne. historically The role of the Emperor of Japan alternated between ceremonial duties and the duties of a true ruler. Because since the birth of the Shogun regime in 1199, the shogun, who was the commander-in-chief of the military was succeeding the emperor, and some periods, such as the Kamakura period (1203–1333), had a shiken to take power instead of another shogun making the Shogun and Chikken the de facto rulers of the country. Although by law he was appointed by the emperor again. Until the Meiji Restoration in 1867, Shogun Tokugawa Yoshinobu gave power to Emperor Meiji.

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