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)は、今上天皇の皇后。 | Kōgō Michiko (皇后美智子) is the wife and consort of Emperor Akihito, the current monarch of Japan.
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JPN: 皇后美智子(こうごう みちこ、1934年(昭和9年)10月20日 - )は、今上天皇の皇后。前姓・正田(しょうだ)。身位は皇后。皇室典範に定める敬称は陛下。お印は白樺(しらかば)。日本赤十字社名誉総裁、国際児童図書評議会名誉総裁。 1934年(昭和9年)10月20日、日清製粉勤務の正田英三郎・冨美(1981年(昭和56年)に富美子と改名した)夫妻の長女として東京府東京市本郷区(現・東京都文京区)・東京帝国大学医学部附属病院で誕生。 1959年(昭和34年)4月10日、皇太子明仁親王と結婚、明治以降初めての民間出身の皇太子妃となる。同日の成婚パレ ...
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Emperor, Empress ride in special Imperial Family train


Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko wave to local residents along the JR Sotobo Line from a special train in the Chiba Prefecture town of Oamishirasato on Sept. 26. (Mainichi) Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, who are touring around Chiba Prefecture mainly to watch the ongoing National Sports Festival, have traveled on a special train for the Imperial Family's exclusive use for the first time in nearly two years. On Sept. 26 the Emperor and Empress watched the bowling and soft tennis competitions in the city of Chiba and the town of Shirako, ...


Empress treated for chronic cough


Empress Michiko apparently has cough-variant asthma but will proceed with her official duties as scheduled while receiving medication, the Imperial Household Agency said Wednesday. The agency said the Empress will be treated with medication for at least two to three months in order to prevent the ailment from developing into bronchial asthma. There were no abnormalities in an X-ray of her lungs that she underwent along with a medical examination Tuesday at the Imperial Household Agency hospital, it said. The Empress has aggravated fatigue after meeting foreign-bound Japanese envoys ...


Empress Michiko shows signs of stress


Empress Michiko has shown symptoms of bleeding from the walls of her intestines several times, but she is in no need of immediate hospitalization and will carry on with her official duties for the time being, according to the Imperial Household Agency.The 72-year-old Empress has also suffered mouth ulcers and nasal bleeding several times, the agency added.She will have a chance to recuperate on two occasions between late March and early April. March 17, 2007 The Japan Times Weekly 7.4.09


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Emperor Akihito Remains Hospitalized
The Emperor of Japan is still being treated at the University of Tokyo Hospital, where he was admitted Sunday for bronchitis. Akihito is said to now be suffering from a fever as well. Empress Michiko has visited him twice so far, canceling making an appearance at a piano recital Monday. It is believed the stress of this year’s earthquake and tsunami weakened the Emperor and made him vulnerable to illness. Stepping in for him is his eldest son, Crown Prince Naruhito. The 51 year old heir was seen presiding over the annual autumn decorations awards on Monday. Next week, he will make a visit to the Yamanashi Prefecture on behalf of his father and mother. Emperor Akihito is 77 years old, and will turn 78 next month. Source: Mainichi Daily Times  
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Empress Michiko Marks 77th Birthday
The Empress of Japan celebrated her 77th birthday Thursday. As all members of the Imperial family do, Michiko released a statement where she discussed this year’s massive earthquake and tsunami, and getting older. “I shall continue to watch over and support the path to their recovery until this region shows signs of true and positive recovery,” the Empress said about the tens of thousands who were displaced as a result of the natural disaster that killed 20,000. “Initially I had to face and overcome the hopelessness and helplessness that tended to overwhelm me,” she explained her initial reaction. She added, however, it was “the noble and calm behavior of the people” in the disaster-afflicted regions that encouraged and helped her recover from “the anguish and despair” she felt. “More than anything else, it gave me great solace” to see the way so many citizens responded to the disasters “by helping each other in th
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