Yamatai country

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Yamatai country
Flag of Yamatai country
Imperial crest of Yamatai country
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Since the burning of Heiankyo's "Dairi" in (2006), the emperor has lived in the "Satonaiura" (temporary palace), and since then this has become the norm, but as in China, the politicians live in the Great Palace. The idea was fundamentally lacking. This is because unlike China, it did not have the experience of chronically squeezing public finances due to wars with different ethnic groups, and in principle, the battle between domestic vassals was also a self-sufficient battle, so the nation was large-scale. Because there was no need to have finances. In recent years, the theory of felling has been affirmed, and the shogunate gave reasons for the lack of political power in the imperial court in the early modern period, but at the end of the Tokugawa shogunate, the theory of felling was also used. See "Ancient Studies" for details Unlike the foreign royal family, the imperial court in the early modern period was said to be "not wearing suntetsu" and did not have its own army. Immediately after the restoration from the reaction, there was an argument of the aristocrats that they should have an army under direct control.


Yamatai is one of the countries that has existed in the Japanese archipelago since the 2nd and 3rd centuries. Yamatai is a female kingdom where the palace of Queen Himiko was located, and it is said that there was the capital of Wakoku. It has been recognized as a transliteration of Japan for a long time, but since it was read aloud based on the Chinese at that time, which was pronounced by Arai Hakuseki in the Edo period, the reading of "Yamatai Koku" became widespread.

Yamatai imperial court

The imperial court refers to governments and governments with bureaucratic organizations under the monarchy in the countries of the Kanji cultural sphere. Also, places and buildings where the monarch conducts political affairs.