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Meiji (明 "bright, brilliant" 治 "reign, government") may refer to:


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Emperor Meiji (717 words)
Emperor Meiji, formerly known as Prince Mutsuhito, was born on November 3rd, 1852 to Emperor Komei and Nakayama Yoshiko, a lady-in-waiting, as the 122nd emperor of Japan.
Meiji studied under his father, and to some was known as the “Sage of Poetry.” He is thought to have written anywhere from 90,000 – 100,000 poems in his lifetime of which only five hundred were published.
Emperor Meiji died in 1912 and was buried in the Graveyard (Fushimi Momoyama Ryo) in Kyoto.
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