The Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun is a Japanese order, established in 1875 by Emperor Meiji
We also learn that although Emperor Haile Selassie was committed to Ethiopia's modernization, he was unwilling to devolve power as Emperor Meiji
of Japan did.
This group attempted to assassinate Matsutaro Shoriki, the newspaper executive who underwrote the tour, because he allowed the Americans to defile the stadium named in honor of the Emperor Meiji
In Japan, the isolationist temptation is expressed in the current nostalgia for the Edo period, from 1600 to 1868, before Emperor Meiji
opened Japan to the world.
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).
The nature of Japanese rule over Korea is symbolized by the fact that the government general of Korea in 1925 built the Chosen (Korean) Shrine - to enshrine Japan's Sun Goddess and the Emperor Meiji
- in the Korean colonial capital Keijo (today's Seoul).
friendship were recognized, and the Japanese government conferred on him the Order of the Sacred Treasure (Zuihousho), an honor established on January 4, 1888, by Emperor Meiji
of Japan as the Order of Meiji.
One of the hired diviners envisions Saionji Kinmochi (1848-1940) performing his duty as the prime minister to assist the Emperor Meiji
in appointing a new prime minister.
During the reign of Emperor Meiji
, the grandfather of Hirohito, extensive changes took place in Japan.
When, after two and a half centuries of self-imposed isolation, it rejoined the world in the reign of Emperor Meiji
(1868-1912), its leaders adopted the slogan "look West" while scorning the "backward" East as having nothing of value to teach.
The division of Korea began almost a century ago, in 1910, when Japan, under Emperor Meiji
, decided to annex the entire country.
In dramatic contrast with Western practices, photographs were sometimes mounted on paper scrolls with silk borders, for example, Emperor Meiji
's Fleet in Hakodate Harbor (1876), attributed to Tamoto Kenzo.