Emperor Mausoleum is a “spiritual heritage” of the Japanese nationality Categories of the Sankei Shimbun / Categories re-edited “Emperor tower traced with succession to the throne” released
Sankei Shimbun Emperor Mausoleum is a “spiritual heritage” of the Japanese people Categories of the Sankei Shimbun / Categories re-edited “Tenshi Truck Following the Succession of the Imperial Throne” released ………………………………………………………………………………… The affiliated company of Sankei Shimbun, published by Sankei Shimbun published the “Emperor Ling following Succession to the throne” (1400 yen + tax) was released on Saturday, March 2. Author is Yukimi Watanabe’s Visiting Editorial Writer of the Sankei Shimbun. For details, please visit the website of Sankei Shimbun publishing (www.sankei-books.co.jp/).
Emperor’s tomb is the “spiritual heritage” of Japanese people. We surveyed the tomb of Emperor Jinmu from the first generation to Emperor Meiji and explained how the Japanese royal family, such as children from father to grandchild, grandchildren, was handed over. You can also enjoy it as a guidebook of Tenshin Murai circulation at the milestone of the 126th Emperor ‘s honor. Categories · reedit Categories of Sankei Shimbun (Osaka Version) series “Tenshi Erudate Tenshi”. Abundantly recorded photographs, genealogy, maps, etc. that can see the landscape of the tomb. Main contents ◎ Chopsticks burial mound – The oldest “large keyhole-shaped keyhole” and Yamataikoku ◎ Nam Ling – Emperor who became to be equated with Yawata God ◎ Ridge touring – the difference between the designation of the Imperial Household Agency and archeology ◎ Ryoji Ryugu – “Five Gods of the Family” spoken by the pedigree not in the century ◎ Empress · Qi Mingling – the first “deferment” and “re-entry” that occurred during the chaotic period ◎ After Fukasaku Ringle – “collective tomb to pay the remains of the twelve emperors” ◎ Meiji-Ryo – Taisho, “Upper circle lower mound” taken over by Showa Emperor Author Profile Hiroaki Watanabe (Watanabe Hiroaki) Born in Showa 25 in Imabari city, Ehime Prefecture. In 1949, he entered the Sankei Shimbun Company and gathered mainly about Japanese history and archeology at the Kyoto branch office, Osaka social department, cultural department, Tokyo editorial committee office. He retired in Heisei 28, after working as Osaka Culture Manager, Deputy Chairperson of Tokyo Editorial et al. I’m going through “site-based” and visiting ruins and Shrines and temples throughout the country. His books include “Japanese History of Parents and Children” and “Challenge of Unicyign” (co-authored together).