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明仁は、日本の現天皇である。 | Akihito is the reigning Emperor of Japan since 1989.
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JPN: 明仁(あきひと、1933年(昭和8年)12月23日 - )は、日本の第125代天皇(在位:1989年(昭和64年)1月7日 - )である。平成時代においては「在位中の天皇」を意味する今上天皇とも呼ばれる。 昭和天皇(第124代天皇)の第一皇子。母は香淳皇后。御称号は継宮(つぐのみや)。お印は榮(えい、桐の別名)。勲等は大勲位。 人物 1933年(昭和8年)に東京府東京市麹町区(現:東京都千代田区)宮城(現:皇居)内の産殿にて誕生。1952年(昭和27年)に18歳で成年して皇太子となり、1989年(昭和64年)に昭和天皇の崩御を受け皇位を継承した。この間、1959年( ...
for33against   私の意見で (Akihito) 明仁 のではかなりの政治家良いです。例えば、これ... (もし私が欲しかった、なぜ私はここに書き込み)を書き込む, positive
for33against   私は同意しない。 Akihito です悪い選択。例えば、これ... (もし私が欲しかった、なぜ私はここに書き込み)を書き込む, negative
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Japanese Emperor & Empress Mark Anniversary of Earthquake...


.../Tsunami One year ago, a 9.0 earthquake shook Japan, causing a massive tsunami, a major nuclear disaster, and the deaths of 19,000 people. Sunday saw the country stand still to remember that day. It’s Emperor and Empress attended a memorial service at the National Theater in Chiyoda Ward in Tokyo to offer prayers, condolences, and hope to their people. A pillar was placed in the middle of the stage, symbolizing those who died and was decorated with white chrysanthemums and lilies. At 2:46pm, a moment of silence was observed. About 35 people from the disaster zones ...


Emperor Akihito's tuberculosis battle


Japan's Emperor Akihito contracted tuberculosis when he was a teenager. The 75-year-old royal revealed his four-year battle with the deadly disease at an event celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association in Tokyo yesterday (18.03.09). Akihito said he was diagnosed with the infectious illness in December 1953, just days before his 20th birthday. He fought the disease for four years before recovering in September 1957 after taking new medicines. He said: "I am one of those who took medicines such as streptomycin and hydrazide to overcome the disease. "After the ...


Emperor Akihito's fugu feast


A chef wants to feed Japan's Emperor Akihito poisonous blowfish. Yutaka Sasaki thinks the 75-year-old royal - who is protected by a centuries-old law which bans the Japanese monarch from eating the fish, known as fugu - should "set a good example" and chow down. He said: "The prince and other royalty have eaten fugu, so why not the emperor? It would set a good example." Fugu is one of the world's most poisonous fish. The skin and innards of each creature contain tetrodotoxin, a deadly neurotoxin with no known antidote. The entrails are so toxic they are locked in a purpose-built barrel and ...


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Japanese Emperor & Empress Mark Anniversary of Earthquake/Tsunami
One year ago, a 9.0 earthquake shook Japan, causing a massive tsunami, a major nuclear disaster, and the deaths of 19,000 people. Sunday saw the country stand still to remember that day. It’s Emperor and Empress attended a memorial service at the National Theater in Chiyoda Ward in Tokyo to offer prayers, condolences, and hope to their people. A pillar was placed in the middle of the stage, symbolizing those who died and was decorated with white chrysanthemums and lilies. At 2:46pm, a moment of silence was observed. About 35 people from the disaster zones representing the families of the grieving were at the ceremony, along with members of Parliament, the Cabinet and ambassadors. “I believe that the road to recovery of the disaster area will be filled with difficulties,” Emperor Akihito, accompanied by Empress Michiko, said at the ceremony. “I hope that all of the people of Japan will sympathize with the disaster victims and that persistent efforts will be made
Japanese Emperor Facing Health Problems Following Heart Surgery
His Majesty Emperor Akihito of Japan has undergone a second fluid drainage following his heart bypass surgery in February this week, raising concern over his health. He was told to rest following the procedure, but the Emperor hasn’t apparently done that. The first draining happened on March 7, which cleared out the right side of his chest. The second, draining his left side, occurred right before he met with Kuwait’s Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmed al-Sabah, who visited Japan on a state visit Wednesday. The Imperial Household Agency says 78 year old Akihito has been experiencing shortness of breath since his heart surgery. When the Kuwaiti Emir came to Japan, the Emperor only greeted and had audience with him. His son, Crown Prince Naruhito, hosted the state banquet in honor of the ruler. Interestingly, the banquet was cut short due to the health of the 82 year old Emir. Source: Mainichi
Emperor Akihito’s Heart Surgery a Success, but Concerns for Monarchy Linger
Japan’s 78-year-old Emperor Akihito underwent successful heart bypass surgery yesterday at the University of Tokyo Hospital. The procedure, which lasted less than six hours, was not an emergency; the Emperor’s team of doctors decided the angina patient should have the coronary artery bypass now to enjoy a better quality of life as he gets older. [...]
Emperor Akihito’s Heart Bypass Surgery a Success
His Majesty, Emperor Akihito of Japan, had a successful heart bypass operation Saturday and is resting comfortably at University of Tokyo Hospital. The 78 year old monarch underwent the surgery at 11am local time, and was out into the intensive care unit nearly six hours later. At 5pm, Empress Michiko and Sayako Kuroda, the couple’s only daughter, came to visit him. Akihito will now spend about two weeks recovering at the hospital. Doctors will be monitoring his condition and the Emperor will take walking exercises to regain his strength. In the mean time, Crown Prince Naruhito will fill in for his father for royal duties. His Majesty was diagnosed with angina, where two of his coronary arteries were narrowing, thus not providing his heart with enough blood and oxygen. While he was in surgery, people throughout Japan wrote notes and signed books, expressing their wish for the Emperor’s speedy recovery. Sources: Daily Yomiuri, AFP



 
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