Japanese imperial family tree

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The following is a family tree of the Emperors of Japan, from Emperor Jimmu to the present day.

SHINTO DEITIES
(legendary genealogy)[1]
Izanagi[2] Izanami[3]
Amaterasu[4] Takamimusuhi[5] Ōyamatsumi[6] Watatsumi[7] Susanoo[8]
Amenooshihomimi[9] ♀ Yorozuhatahime[10]
Ninigi[11] Konohana Sakuyahime[12]
Hohodemi (a.k.a. Hoori)[13] Toyotamabime[14] ♀ Mizokui[15]
son or 6th-generation descendant
Ugayafukiaezu[16] ♀ Tamayoribime[17] Ōkuninushi[18]
a.k.a. Ōnamuchi[19]
a.k.a. Ōmononushi[20]
♀ Seyadatarahime
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JAPANESE EMPERORS
Kamuyamatoiwarebiko
711–585 BC

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Emperor Jimmu
660–585 BC(1)
♀ Isukeyorihime[21]
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Suizei
581–549 BC(2)
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Annei
549–511 BC(3)
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Itoku
510–476 BC(4)
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Kōshō
475–393 BC(5)
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Kōan
392–291 BC(6)
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Kōrei
290–215 BC(7)
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Kōgen
214–158 BC(8)
Hikofutsuoshi no Makoto
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Kaika
157–98 BC(9)
son or grandson
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Sujin
97–30 BC(10)
Hikoimasu Takenouchi no Sukune
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Suinin
29 BC – AD 70(11)
Yasaka Iribiko Yamashiro no Ōtsutsuki Mawaka
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Keikō
71–130(12)
Yasaka Iribime Kanime Ikazuchi Soga no Ishikawa Sukune
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Seimu
131–191(13)
Okinaga no Sukune
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Chūai
192–200(14)
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Jingū
200–270
Soga no Machi
Nakatsu Hime 200–310
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Ōjin
270–310(15)
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Nintoku
313–399(16)
Wakanuke
no Kimi
Soga no Karako
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Richū
400–405(17)
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Hanzei
406–410(18)
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Ingyō
411–453(19)
Oshisaka
no Hime
Ohohoto
no Kimi
Ichinobe-no
Oshiwa
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Ankō
453–456(20)
418–479
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Yūryaku
456–479(21)
Ohi
no Kimi
Soga no Koma
449–487
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Kenzō
484–487(23)
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Ninken
488–498(24)
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Seinei
480–484(22)
Ushi
no Kimi
489–507
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Buretsu
498–507(25)
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Keitai
507–531(26)
Soga no Iname
Tachibana 467–539
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Senka
536–539(28)
465–536
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Ankan
531–536(27)
Soga no Oanenokimi
Iwa-hime 509–571
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Kimmei
539–571(29)
Soga no
Kitashihime
Hiro Hime
Unako no Otoshi 538–585
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Bidatsu
572–585(30)
554–628
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Suiko
593–628(33)
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Yōmei
585–587(31)
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Sushun
587–592(32)
Oshisako no Oe
b. 556
Nukate Hime
b. 570
Sakrai Soga no Umako
Chinu no Okimi Kibi Hime Soga no Kuramaro
593–641
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Jomei
629–641(34)
594–661
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Kōgyoku 642–645(35)
Saimei 654–661(37)
596–654
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Kōtoku
645–654(36)
Soga no Murajiko
626–671
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Tenji
661–671(38)
Fujiwara no Fuhito Soga no Masako
648–672
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Kōbun
671–672(39)
645–701
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Jitō

686–697(41)
631–686
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Temmu
672–686(40)
Shiki 661–721
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Gemmei
707–715(43)
Kusakabe
662–689
Toneri
676–735
Fujiwara no Fusasaki
680–748
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Genshō
715–724(44)
683–707
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Mommu
697–707(42)
Fujiwara no Miyako 733–765
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Junnin
758–764(47)
Fujiwara no Matate
701–756
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Shōmu
724-749(45)
Kōmyō Fujiwara no Uchimaro
Takano no Niigasa
d. 790
709–782
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Kōnin
770–781(49)
Ikami
717–775
718–770
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Kōken 749–758(46)
Shōtoku 764–770(48)
Fujiwara no Fuyutsugu
Yamabe 737–806
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Kammu
781–806(50)
Sakahito
754–829
Ate 774–824
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Heizei
806–809(51)
Asahara Kamino 786–842
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Saga I
809–823(52)
Ōtomo 786–840
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Junna
(Sai I)
823–833(53)
Fujiwara no Yoshifusa Minamoto no Kiyohime Masara 810–850
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Ninmyō
(Fukakusa I)
833–850(54)
Fujiwara no Nagara Fujiwara no Akirakeiko Michiyasu 827–858
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Montoku
850–858(55)
Tokiyasu 830–887
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Kōkō
(Komatsu I)
884–887(58)
Fujiwara no Mototsune
Fujiwara no Takaiko Korehito 850–880
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Seiwa
(Mizunoo I)
858–876(56)
Sadami 867–931
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Uda I
887–897(59)
Fujiwara no Tadasuke
Sadaakira 869–949
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Yōzei I
876–884(57)
Fujiwara no Onshi Atsuhito 885–930
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Daigo I
897–930(60)
Atsumi
Fujiwara no Morosuke Yasuko
Fujiwara no Anshi Nariakira 926–967
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Murakami I
946–967(62)
Yutaakira 923–952
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Suzaku I
930–946(61)
Minamoto no Masanobu Fujiwara no Kaneie
Fujiwara no Koretada Fujiwara no Kinsue
Fujiwara no Kaishi Norihira 950–1011
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Reizei I
967–969(63)
Fujiwara no Chōshi Fujiwara no Senshi Morihira 959–991
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En'yū I
969–984(64)
Morohada 968–1008
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Kazan
984–986(65)
Fujiwara no Sanenari Minamoto no Rinshi Fujiwara no Michinaga
966–1028
Iyasada 976–1017
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Sanjō I
1011–1016(67)
Fujiwara no Kenshi Fujiwara no Shōshi Kanehito 980–1011
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Ichijō I
986–1011(66)
Fujiwara no Kinnari
Sadako Atsunaga 1009–1045
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Suzaku II
1036–1045(69)
Fujiwara no Kishi Atsuhira 1008–1036
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Ichijō II
1016–1036(68)
Fujiwara no Ishi
Fujiwara no Moshi Takahito 1034–1073
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Sanjō II
1068–1073(71)
Chikahito 1025–1068
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Reizei II
1045–1068(70)
Akiko
Fujiwara no Sanesue Sadahito 1053–1129
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Shirakawa I
1073–1087(72)
Fujiwara no Kinzane Fujiwara no Ishi Taruhito 1079–1107
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Horikawa I
1087–1107(73)
Fujiwara no Shōshi Munehito 1103–1156
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Toba I
1107–1123(74)
Tokudaiji Saneyoshi Fujiwara no Michisue
Akihito 1119–1164
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Sutoku
1123–1142(75)
Masahito 1127–1192
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Shirakawa II
1155–1158(77)
Tokudaiji Kinyoshi Fujiwara no Kinmichi
Norihito 1161–1181
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Takakura
1168–1180(80)
Morihito 1143–1165
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Nijō
1158–1165(78)
Fujiwara Masuko
1140–1201
Narihito 1139–1155
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Konoe
1142–1155(76)
Fujiwara no Sanemune
Morisada Tokihito 1178–1185
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Antoku
1180–1185(81)
Takahura 1180–1239
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Toba II
1185–1198(82)
Yorihito 1164–1176
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Rokujō
1165–1168(79)
Saionji Kintsune
Yutahito 1212–1234
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Horikawa II
1221–1232(86)
Tamehito 1196–1231
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Tsuchimikado I
1198–1210(83)
Morinari 1197–1242
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Juntoku
1210–1221(84)
Saionji Saneuji
Mitsuhito 1231–1242
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Shijō
1232–1242(87)
Kunihito 1220–1272
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Saga II
1242–1246(88)
Saionji Kitsushi Kanenari 1218–1234
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Chūkyō
1221(85)
Tōin Saneo
Prince Munetaka
1242–1274
Shogun 1252–66
Tōin Inshi Hisahito 1243–1304
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Fukakusa II
1246–1260(89)
Saionji Kimiko Tsunehito 1249–1305
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Kameyama I
1260–1274(90)
Tōin Kitsushi
Prince Koreyasu
1264–1326
Shogun 1266–89
Hirohito 1265–1317
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Fushimi I
1287–1298(92)
Tōin Sueko Reishi Yohito 1267–1324
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Uda II
1274–1287(91)
Tanehito 1288–1336
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Fushimi II
1298–1301(93)
Tomihito 1297–1348
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Hanazono I
1308–1318(95)
Prince Hisaaki
1279–1308
Shogun 1289–1308
Kuniharo 1285–1308
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Nijō II
1301–1308(94)
Takaharu 1288–1339
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Daigo II
1318–1339(96)
Kazuhito 1313–1348
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Kōgon I
1332–1334
Yutahito 1322–1380
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Kōmyō I
1336–1348
Prince Morikuni
1301–1333
Shogun 1308–33
Noriyoshi 1328–1368
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Murakami II
1339–1368(97)
Prince Morinaga
1308–1335
Shogun 1333–34
Prince Narinaga
1326–1338/1344
Shogun 1334–38
Okihito 1334–1398
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Sukō
1348–1351
Iyahito 1336–1374
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Kōgon II
1352–1371
Yutanari 1343–1394
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Chōkei
1368–1383(98)
Hironari 1347–1424
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Kameyama II
1383–1392(99)
Yoshihito shinnō
1351–1416
Ohito 1359–1393
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En'yū II
1371–1382
KEY:
Northern Pretender
Legitimate Emperor
Sadafusa shinnō
1372–1447
Motohito 1377–1433
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Komatsu II
1382–1392
1392–1412(100)
Mihito 1401–1428
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Shōkō
1412–1428(101)
Hikohito 1419–1471
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Hanazono II
1428–1464(102)
Fushimi Sadatsune
Fusahito 1442–1500
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Tsuchimikado II
1464–1500(103)
Fushimi Kunitaka
Katsuhito 1464–1526
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Kashiwabara II
1500–1526(104)
Fushimi Sadaatsu
Tomohito 1497–1557
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Nara II
1526–1557(105)
Fushimi Kunisuke
Michihito 1517–1593
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Ōgimachi
1557–1586(106)
Fushimi Kuninobu
Prince Masahito
1552–1586
Fushimi Sadakiyo
Kazuhito 1572–1617
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Yōzei II
1586–1611(107)
Fushimi Sadayuki
Kokohito 1596–1680
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Mizunoo II
1611–1629(108)
Okiko 1624–1696
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Meishō
1629–1643(109)
Tsuguhito 1633–1654
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Kōmyō II
1643–1654(110)
Nagahito 1638–1685
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Sai II
1655–1663(111)
Satohito 1654–1732
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Reigen
1663–1687(112)
Kujō Sukezane Masuko Asahito 1675–1710
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Higashiyama
1687–1709(113)
Yoshiko Fushimi Kuninaga
Kujō Yukinori Naohito shinnō
1704–1753
Yashuhito 1702–1737
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Nakamikado
1709–1735(114)
Nijō Munemoto Teruhito 1720–1750
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Sakuramachi I
1735–1747(115)
Fujimi Sadatake
Sukehito shinnō
1733–1794
Toohito 1741–1762
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Momozono I
1747–1762(116)
Toshiko 1740–1813
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Sakuramachi II
1762–1771(117)
Nijō Harutaka Hidehito 1758–1779
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Momozono II
1771–1779(118)
Fushimi Kuniyori
Kajyūji Tadako Morohito 1771–1840
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Kōkaku
1780–1817(119)
Princess Yoshiko
1779–1846
Kujō Hisatada Ayahito 1800–1846
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Ninkō
1817–1846(120)
Ōgimachi Naoko Fushimi Sadayuki
Empress Eishō Osahito 1831–1867
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Kōmei
1846–1867(121)
Nakayama Yoshiko Fushimi Kuniye
Kujō Michitaka Yanagihara Naruko Mutsuhito 1852–1912
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Meiji
1867–1912(122)
Empress Shōken Kuni Asahiko
Empress Teimei Yoshihito 1879–1926
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Taishō
1912–1926(123)
Kuni Kuniyoshi
Hirohito 1901–1989
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Shōwa
1926–1989(124)
Empress Kōjun
b. 1934
Empress Michiko
Akihito b. 1933
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The Present Emperor
1989–present(125)
b. 1960
Crown Prince Naruhito
b. 1963
Crown Princess Masako
b. 1965
Fumihito, Prince Akishino
b. 1966
Kiko, Princess Akishino
b. 1969
Sayako Kuroda
b. 2001
Aiko, Princess Toshi
b. 1991
Princess Mako of Akishino
b. 1994
Princess Kako of Akishino
b. 2006
Prince Hisahito of Akishino


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