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1 Carska kuća Japana taj Pet 18 Mar 2011, 02:23

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Carska kuća Japana (također Carska porodica ili kōshitsu, 皇室) se sastoji od članova šire porodice japanskog cara koji obavljaju službene i javne funkcije. Po trenutnom japanskom Ustavu, car je simbol države i narodnog jedinstva. Iako u tehničkom smislu nije državni poglavar, često se takvim smatra. Ostali članovi carske porodice obavljaju ceremonijalne i društvene dužnosti, ali nemaju nikakve poslove koji se tiču vlade.

Japanska monarhija je nastarija kontinuirana nasljedna monarhija koja dan-danas postoji u svijetu. Carska kuća priznaje 125 legitimnih monarha otkako je na njeno čelo došao Car Jimmu (tradicionalni datum 11.2. 660. pne.), što uključuje i današnjeg cara Akihita.

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Trenutno ima 23 članova carske porodice :
( sry ppl ali sve je na eng. xD )
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The Emperor was born at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on 23 December 1933, the elder son and sixth child of the Shōwa Emperor and Empress Kōjun. He was married on 10 April 1959 to Michiko Shōda. Emperor Akihito succeeded his father as emperor on 7 January 1989.
The Empress, formerly Michiko Shoda, was born in Tokyo on 24 October 1934, the eldest daughter of Hidesaburo Shoda, president and honorary chairman of Nisshin Flour Milling Inc..
Naruhito, Crown Prince of Japan, the eldest son of the Emperor and the Empress, was born at the Tsugo Palace in Tokyo on 23 February 1960. He became heir apparent upon his father's ascension to the throne. Crown Prince Naruhito was married on 10 June 1993 to Masako Owada. The Crown Prince and Crown Princess have one daughter.
Masako, Crown Princess of Japan was born on 9 December 1963, the daughter of Hisashi Owada, a former vice minister of foreign affairs and former permanent representative of Japan to the United Nations.
Aiko, Princess Toshi, who was born on 1 December 2001 and who holds the childhood title "Princess Toshi".
The Prince Akishino, the Emperor's second son, was born on 11 November 1965. His childhood title was Prince Aya. He received the title Prince Akishino and permission to start a new branch of the imperial family upon his marriage to Kawashima Kiko on 29 June 1988.
The Princess Akishino was born on 11 September 1966, the daughter of Kawashima Tatsuhiko, professor of economics at Gakushuin University. Prince and Princess Akishino have two daughters and a son:
Princess Mako of Akishino (born 23 October 1991)
Princess Kako of Akishino (born 29 December 1994)
Prince Hisahito of Akishino (born 6 September 2006)
* The Prince Hitachi was born on 28 November 1935, the second son and seventh child of the Emperor Shôwa and Empress Kojun. His childhood title was Prince Yoshi. He received the title Prince Hitachi and permission to set up a new branch of the imperial family on 1 October 1961, the day after his wedding. The Princess Hitachi was born on 19 July 1940, the daughter of former Count Tsugaru Yoshitaka. Prince and Princess Hitachi have no children.
* The Prince Mikasa was born on 2 December 1915, the fourth son of the Taisho Emperor and Empress Teimei. He is the surviving brother of Emperor Shōwa and the surviving paternal uncle of Emperor Akihito. His childhood title was Prince Sumi (Sumi-no-miya). He received the title Prince Mikasa and permission to start a new branch of the imperial family on 2 December 1935. He married on 22 October 1941. The Princess Mikasa was born on 6 June 1923, the second daughter of Viscount Takagi Masanori. Prince and Princess Mikasa have two daughters and three sons.
Prince Tomohito of Mikasa is the eldest son of The Prince and Princess Mikasa and a first cousin of Emperor Akihito. He is also heir apparent to his father's title, Mikasa-no-miya. He was born on 5 January 1946. Prince Tomohito married Aso Nobuko on 7 November 1980. Nobuko, Princess Tomohito of Mikasa was born on 9 April 1955, the daughter of Aso Takakichi, chairman of Aso Cement Co. and his wife, Kazuko, a daughter of former prime minister Yoshida Shigeru. Prince and Princess Tomohito of Mikasa have two daughters:
Princess Akiko of Mikasa (born 20 December 1981)
Princess Yōko of Mikasa (born 25 October 1983)
The Prince Katsura is the second son of Prince and Princess Mikasa and a first cousin of Emperor Akihito. He was born on 11 February 1948. Originally known as Prince Yoshihito of Mikasa, he received the title Prince Katsura (Katsura-no-miya) and authorization to start a new branch of the imperial family on 1 January 1988.
The Princess Takamado is the widow of The Prince Takamado (born 29 December 1954, died 21 November 2002), the third son of The Prince and The Princess Mikasa and a first cousin of Emperor Akihito. The princess was born 10 July 1953, the daughter of Tottori Shigejiro. She married the prince on 6 December 1981. Originally known as Prince Norihito of Mikasa, he received the title Prince Takamado and permission to start a new branch of the imperial family on 1 December 1981. Princess Takamado has three daughters:
Princess Tsuguko of Takamado (born 6 March 1986)
Princess Noriko of Takamado (born 22 July 1988)
Princess Ayako of Takamado (born 15 September 1990)

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2 Re: Carska kuća Japana taj Sub 19 Mar 2011, 05:46

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Nesto mi nikad nece biti jasno... Kako im se preziva carska porodica? Ubila sam se trazeci kad sam radila referat o Japanu i nema nigde.o0


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3 Re: Carska kuća Japana taj Ned 20 Mar 2011, 01:43

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Hmmm...ja nisam nesto obracao paznju na to dok ti to nisi spomenila...pa sam malo guglovao xDDD i nasao sledece informacije:

Unlike many European royal families (e.g., the Windsors), the Japanese Imperial Family has no surname. As a result, when a woman marries into the family, she loses her last name. In many instances, she is known by a feminized version of her husband’s first name. Thus, Princess Kiko, the wife of the Emperor’s second son, Prince Akishino, is sometimes known as Princess Akishino.

Izgleda da je i ta misterija resena, ako su ove informacije tacne onda japanska carska porodica nema prezime xD

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4 Re: Carska kuća Japana taj Ned 20 Mar 2011, 04:54

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Ijuuuuuuuuuuuuuu o.O

5 Re: Carska kuća Japana taj Ned 20 Mar 2011, 07:15

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Kako su slatkiii!! <3

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6 Re: Carska kuća Japana taj Pon 21 Mar 2011, 02:07

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Hmmm...ja nisam nesto obracao paznju na to dok ti to nisi spomenila...pa sam malo guglovao xDDD i nasao sledece informacije:

Unlike many European royal families (e.g., the Windsors), the Japanese Imperial Family has no surname. As a result, when a woman marries into the family, she loses her last name. In many instances, she is known by a feminized version of her husband’s first name. Thus, Princess Kiko, the wife of the Emperor’s second son, Prince Akishino, is sometimes known as Princess Akishino.

Izgleda da je i ta misterija resena, ako su ove informacije tacne onda japanska carska porodica nema prezime xD

To bi objasnilo zasto ga nisam nasla. Inace sam citala da oni svoje vladare zovu po ocevom imenu dok ne umru. Npr. Akihito se zove nekako drugacije, zabbo sam kako, a njegov otac se zvao Akihito. I sad ce njega zvati pravim imenom tek kad umre, a princ kad postane car ce biti Akihito. Uvrnuto.o0


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7 Re: Carska kuća Japana taj Pon 21 Mar 2011, 02:32

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Da tacno je to sto si rekla.......

The Japanese emperor and his families have no surname for historical reasons, only a given name such as Hirohito (裕仁), which is rarely used in Japan: Japanese prefer to say "the Emperor" or "the Crown Prince", out of respect and as a measure of politeness.

When children are born into the Imperial family, they receive a standard given name, as well as a special title. For instance, the title of Akihito (current Emperor, Tsugu-no-miya Akihito (継宮明仁)) is Tsugu-no-miya (継宮 "Prince Tsugu"), and was referred to as "Prince Tsugu" during his childhood. This title is generally used until the individual becomes heir to the throne or inherits one of the historical princely family names (常陸宮 Hitachi-no-miya, 三笠宮 Mikasa-no-miya, 秋篠宮 Akishino-no-miya, etc.).

When a member of the Imperial family becomes a noble or a commoner, the emperor gives him or her a family name. In medieval era, a family name "Minamoto" was often used. In modern era, princely family names are used. For example, many members of the extended Imperial family became commoners after World War II, and adopted their Imperial surnames as regular surnames. Conversely, at the time that a noble or a commoner become a member of the Imperial family, such as through marriage, his or her family name is lost. An example is Empress Michiko, whose name was Michiko Shōda before she married prince Akihito.

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