What is another word for emperor of japan?

Pronunciation: [ˈɛmpəɹəɹ ɒv d͡ʒəpˈan] (IPA)

Emperor of Japan is a title that has been used since ancient times to refer to the head of state of Japan. Throughout history, different terms have been used synonymously with this title depending on the period and context. In ancient Japan, the emperor was known as "tennō" which means "heavenly sovereign". During the Tokugawa shogunate era, the term "Mikado" was used as an alternative to "tennō". In modern times, the emperor is commonly referred to as "chrysanthemum throne", a term derived from the symbol of the imperial family. Other synonyms for the emperor of Japan include "Son of Heaven", "Righteous Ruler", "Emperor Reigning by the Will of Heaven", among others.

What are the hypernyms for Emperor of japan?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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