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Centuries ago, ruled the women of Japan and a death threat for the last hope of monarchy’: these 6 things did you know yet about Japanese royal family
Abroad Japan today a new emperor. The ceremony for the resignation of the emperor royal highness akihito (85) is now past, and at midnight - 17 hours Belgian time - ascends the new emperor Naruhito (59) the ‘chrysantentroon’. That last is at the head of the oldest monarchy in the world. These 5 things did you know is probably not about the Japanese royal family. 1. Ever ruled the women of Japan

Women in Japan have no claim to the throne, but once was different. Studies of tombs in the west of Japan show that female chiefs in the 4th century were no exception. The first true empress of Japan – where historical evidence for it – was Suiko, who reigned from 592 to her death, roughly 35 years later. They would be responsible, among others, for the very first constitution of the country. After her followed for at least 7 other women. the

The mighty empress Koken/Shotoku (from 749 to 758 and 764 to 770), for example, but also the empress Genmei (707 to 715) and her daughter Gensho (715 to 724). That last passed even her brother – who actually was the crown prince – because their mother thought that Gensho it better would of moved away. The last Japanese empress was Go-Sakuramachi, who reigned from 1762 to 1771. (read on below)

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