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Jun 27, 2021

[Answer] What is the only country that still has an emperor?

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...1. Cambodia 2. Thailand 3. Japan 4. China




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Japan - While there are currently more than 40 countries with monarchies around the world, Japan is the only one who still uses the term “emperor” for the head of the royal family. Japan also happens to be home to the oldest continuous monarchy in the world, extending back to 660 B.C. The current head of state, Majesty Emperor Naruhito, became 126th in this line in May 2019 after his father, Akihito, became the first emperor to abdicate the throne nearly 200 years. In Japanese, the title of the monarch is “tenno,” or “heavenly sovereign,” referring to the belief that the emperor is a divine descendant. The difference between an emperor and a king is that an emperor rules over separate states, while a king rules a single state. As Japan was a country divided into separate warring states, the initial title was given to Jimmu, the first ruler who united Japan. Due to Japan’s current constitutional monarchy, the emperor now largely plays a symbolic role and has no political power. However, he is still viewed with reverence as a symbol of the nation’s unity.:


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