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" He has indeed to pay due respect to the law, but the law has no power to hold him accountable to it. Not only shall there be no irreverence for the Emperor's person, but also He shall not be made a topic of derogatory comment nor one of discussion. "
Commentaries on the Constitution of the Empire of Japan - 6 ページ
Hirobumi Itō 著 - 1889 - 259 ページ
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Japan by the Japanese: a survey by its highest authorities

Alfred Stead - 1904 - 697 ページ
...present clause and Article I. of the Imperial House Law are explanatory the one of the other. 3. ' The Sacred Throne was established at the time when...reverenced and is inviolable. He has indeed to pay respect to the law, but the law has no power to hold him accountable to it. Not only shall there be...

Japan by the Japanese: A Survey by Its Highest Authorities

Alfred Stead - 1904 - 697 ページ
...is pre-eminent above all his subjects. He must be reverenced and is inviolable. He has indeed to pay respect to the law, but the law has no power to hold...there be no irreverence for the Emperor's person, but he shall not be made a topic of derogatory comment nor one of discussion. 4. The sovereign power of...

Japan: Aspects & Destinies

W. Petrie Watson - 1904 - 336 ページ
...' by himself on his own Constitution, Article HI. is extended by Marquis Ito with this comment : ' The Emperor is Heaven-descended, divine and sacred....subjects. He must be reverenced and is inviolable.' On the Emperor's birthday in Japan, officials, from Prefectural Governors — perhaps from Prime Minister,...

Japan: Aspects & Destines

W. Petrie Watson - 1904 - 336 ページ
...Constitution, Article III. is extended by Marquis Ito with this comment : ' The Emperor is Heaven -descended, divine and sacred. He is pre-eminent above all His...subjects. He must be reverenced and is inviolable.' On the Emperor's birthday in Japan, officials, from Prefectural Governors — perhaps from Prime Minister,...

The Other Side of the Lantern: An Account of a Commonplace Tour Round the World

Sir Frederick Treves - 1905 - 424 ページ
...of the Constitution, " was established at the time when the heavens and the earth became separated. The Emperor is Heaven-descended, divine, and sacred...subjects. He must be reverenced, and is inviolable."* Of the throne, the Emperor himself speaks as follows : — " The Imperial Throne of Japan, enjoying...

Great Japan: A Study of National Efficiency

Alfred Stead - 1906 - 483 ページ
...it, but it is more strongly confirmed than ever." Dealing with the express provisions, he says : " The Emperor is Heaven-descended, divine, and sacred...reverenced, and is inviolable. He has, indeed, to pay respect to the law, but the law has no power to hold him accountable to it. Not only shall there be...

Great Japan: A Study of National Efficiency

Alfred Stead - 1906 - 483 ページ
...by it, but it is more strongly confirmed than ever." Dealing with the express provisions, he says: " The Emperor is Heaven-descended, divine, and sacred;...reverenced, and is inviolable. He has, indeed, to pay respect to the law, but the law has no power to hold him accountable to it . Not only shall there be...

Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science in the City of New York, 第 6 巻

1916
...has As a corollary of this fundamental principle, the Emperor is " sacred and inviolable." Ito says : The Emperor is Heaven-descended, divine and sacred...subjects. He must be reverenced and is inviolable. . . . Not only shall there be no irreverence for the Emperor's person, but also shall He not be made...

Japan and World Peace

Kiyoshi Karl Kawakami - 1919 - 196 ページ
...imperial house. The late Prince Ito, in his "Commentaries on the Constitution of Japan," tells us: "The Emperor is Heaven-descended, divine and sacred;...the law has no power to hold him accountable to it." To the western critic such utterances must be incomprehensible Even to the Japanese they are not comprehensible....

The political philosophy of modern Shintō: a study of the state religion of ...

Daniel Clarence Holtom - 1922 - 325 ページ
...established at the time when the heavens and the earth became separated. The Emperor is Heaven descended, divine and sacred ; He is preeminent above all His...no irreverence for the Emperor's person, but also He shall not be made a topic of derogatory comment nor one of discussion.'" Dr. Katd Hiroyuki, apprehensive...




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