Yoshihito

Yoshihito

[yoh-shuh-hee-toh; Japanese yaw-shee-hee-taw]
noun
1879–1926, emperor of Japan 1912–26 (son of Mutsuhito).
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Yoshihito (ˌjɒʃɪˈhiːtəʊ)
 
n
See Taisho

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yoshihito

the 123rd ruling descendant of the Japanese imperial family, the emperor who reigned from 1912 to 1926 during a period in which Japan continued the modernization of its economy

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