The Chrysanthemum Throne: A History of the Emperors of Japan
University of Hawaii Press, 1997 - 175 sivua
In this first general study of the Japanese imperial institution throughout its history, Peter Martin brings together inaccessible material, much of it available only in Japanese. He surveys the history and political and religious status of the monarchy of Japan from its mythological origins to our own times.
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