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 Emperor Juntoku - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Emperor Juntoku (順徳天皇 Juntoku Tennō) (October 22, 1197– October 7, 1242) was the 84th imperial ruler of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession.
It is said that Juntoku had a violent disposition, the opposite of the mild Tsuchimikado.
Tomb of Emperor Juntoku and Emperor Go-Toba, Kyoto
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 Encyclopedia: Emperor of Japan
Although the emperor performs many of the roles of a head of state, there has been a persistent controversy within Japan as to whether the emperor is in fact a true monarch in a political sense or merely a hereditary pretender, as a political servant of a constitutional parliamentary republic.
Under Japan's present constitution, the emperor is largely a ceremonial figurehead in its constitutional monarchy (see Politics of Japan).
The emperor's role is defined in Chapter I of the 1947 Constitution of Japan.
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 Emperor Chukyo of Japan - Dangeruss-Industries.com
Ch&; was enthroned at the age of two following the deposing of his father, the Juntoku Emperor in preparation for the J&; Incident, an unsuccessful attempt by Juntoku's father, the Retired Emperor Go-Toba, to overthrow the Kamakura Bakufu.
Emperor Ch&;) (October 30, 1218 - June 18, 1234) was the 85th imperial ruler of Japan.
That same year, after the J&; Incident, he was dethroned and replaced by his first cousin once removed Emperor Go-Horikawa, the nephew of Go-Toba.
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 Emperor Go-Toba of Japan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Emperor Go-Toba (&;) (August 6, 1180 - March 28, 1239) was the 82nd imperial ruler of Japan.
Go-Toba reigned as cloistered Emperor from 1198 till 1221 during reigns of three emperors, but his power was more limited than former cloistered Emperors in the Heian era.
Go-Toba took the throne at the age of three, after his brother, Antoku, himself only five, was forced to abdicate during the Genpei War.
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Emperor Go-Saga (後嵯峨天皇) (April 1, 1220 - March 17, 1272) was the 88th imperial ruler of Japan.
(忠成王), a son of Retired Emperor Juntoku, but the Shikken Hōjō Yasutoki was opposed to the sons of Juntoku for his involvement in the J&; Incident.
When Emperor Tsuchimikado moved to Tosa Province (on Shikoku), he was raised by his mother's side of the family.
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Below is a genealogical table of the reigning emperors (and six reigning empresses) of Japan and members of the Imperial Family.
Emperor Seiwa's grandson, Tusenemoto-ō (a son of Sadazumi-o), was the progenitor of the Seiwa-Genji clan.
The 1889 Imperial Household Law abolished the ranks of nyogo and chugu, and reserved the title and rank of kōgō for the emperor's lawful wife.
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 Emperor Tsuchimikado of Japan
However, in 1210, Go-Toba persuaded him to abdicate in favor of his younger brother, who became the Juntoku Emperor.
Emperor Tsuchimikado (&;) (January 3, 1196 - November 6, 1231) was the 83rd imperial ruler of Japan.
In 1198, he became Emperor upon the abdication of Go-Toba, who continued to rule in actual fact as cloistered Emperor.
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 Juntoku - ArtPolitic Encyclopedia of Politics : Information Portal
Emperor Juntoku (順徳天皇) was the 84th imperial ruler of Japan.
Juntoku - ArtPolitic Encyclopedia of Politics : Information Portal
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 AllRefer.com - Sado, Japan (Japanese Physical Geography) - Encyclopedia
In feudal times the Emperor Juntoku and the priest Nichiren were exiled there.
Aikawa, the administrative center of the island, is the site of gold and silver mines which have been worked since 1601.
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 Juntoku - Free Online Information
Redirected from Emperor Juntoku of Japan Emperor Juntoku (順徳天皇) was the 84th imperial ruler of Japan.
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 Emperor Juntoku - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Emperor Juntoku (順徳天皇 Juntoku Tennō) (October 22, 1197– October 7, 1242) was the 84th imperial ruler of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession.
It is said that Juntoku had a violent disposition, the opposite of the mild Tsuchimikado.
Tomb of Emperor Juntoku and Emperor Go-Toba, Kyoto
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 Emperor Chukyo of Japan
Ch&; took the throne as an infant following the abdication of his father, Emperor Juntoku, but his grandfather, the former emperor Go-Toba staged a rebellion to overthrown the shogun.
He ruled in 1221, and was not officially listed as an emperor until 1870 due to doubts caused by the length of his reign.
The rebellion, known as the Jukyo incident, was a failure.
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 Emperor Chukyo of Japan - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Ch&; was enthroned at the age of two following the deposing of his father, the Juntoku Emperor in preparation for the J&; Incident, an unsuccessful attempt by Juntoku's father, the Retired Emperor Go-Toba, to overthrow the Kamakura Bakufu.
He was the first son of Emperor Juntoku.
He ruled from May 13 to July 29 of 1221, and was not officially listed as an emperor until 1870 due to doubts caused by the length of his reign.
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 Juntoku : Emperor Juntoku of Japan
Emperor Juntoku (順徳天皇) was the 84th imperial ruler of Japan.
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 Boston.com / News / World / Asia / Army deserter Jenkins to settle in Japan
Separated from the main Japanese island of Honshu by rough seas, Sado is so remote it once served as a place of exile for politicians and a penal colony.
The Kamakura shogun banished Emperor Juntoku here in 1221 for inciting a revolt.
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 Metropolis - Japan Travel: Sado Island
Later it became a place of exile for figures as venerable as the Buddhist leader Nichiren, the Emperor Juntoku and the dramatist Zeami, who left a considerable Noh legacy behind here.
Sado has always suffered from an image problem, despite the fact that the island has a distinguished enough history and culture, having at one time been an independent province with its own state temple and capital.
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 Sado-ga-shima Island Guide - Japan Reference
Emperor Juntoku (1197-1242), Buddhist priest Nichiren (1222-1282) and a Noh player Zeami (1363-1443) were all banished to Sado.
It is one of Japan's largest minor islands and served as an exile place for important figures since mediaeval times.
In 1601, gold was found at Aikawa, on the West side of the island, which startled a small gold-rush.
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