Date : October 16, 2019
Imperial Succession Ceremonies—Matching the Times in Passing on Traditions (Dr. Keiko Hongo, Professor, Historiographical Institute the University of Tokyo)
post date : 2019.10.04
The series of imperial succession ceremonies are reaching their climax, with the Sokuirei-Seiden-no-Gi (enthronement ceremony) and Shukuga-Onretsu-no-Gi (parade) on October 22, followed by other Sokui-no-Rei (ceremonies related to the enthronement) continuing until the end of October.
The FPCJ has invited Dr. Keiko Hongo, an expert in medieval Japanese history and a professor at the Historiographical Institute of the University of Tokyo, who spoke at the government’s preparation committee for the abdication and enthronement ceremonies, to speak from the perspective of a historian on how changes to match the times in passing on traditions can be seen in the imperial succession ceremonies.
Date: October 16 (Wed), 2019, 15:00-16:30
Briefer: Dr. Keiko Hongo, Professor, Historiographical Institute the University of Tokyo
Place: Foreign Press Center Japan (6th fl., Nippon Press Center Bldg)
Language: Japanese (with consecutive English interpretation)
【Reservation required: 40 openings available】 Due to the size of the venue, please apply in advance.
*Embassy representatives and FPCJ supporting members may also attend the briefing as observers (admission free).
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