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Tenno

 

(“heavenly sovereign”), the title of Japan’s emperor. In literature, however, especially outside Japan, the title of mikado is also used to designate the emperor.

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I will be leaving for Tokyo to receive the award from the Emperor of Japan in a ceremony scheduled to be held on May 11,' said the man of Japanese origin who has adopted Pakistan as his second home and is well settled here for past more than 20 years.
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In this message, the Sovereign expressed his heartfelt congratulations and sincere wishes of health and happiness to the Emperor of Japan and the august imperial family and of further progress and prosperity to the Japanese people.
The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi expressed his thanks and appreciation to His Majesty the Emperor of Japan for the hospitality and warm reception extended to him and the accompanying delegation, and also expressed his happiness to visit the country for the development of relations between the UAE and Japan.
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Theo-Ben Gurirab this week Thursday received the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun from the Emperor of Japan, His Majesty Emperor Akihito.
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