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03:27 Dec 2, 2003
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: emperor Jason the Great, emperor of Japan
i would like something that describes how to say this in english lettering "Pronuniation", but for the japanese words

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5 +1Jason Taitei, Nihonkoku Tenno (dainihon teikoku tennou)Hirohisa Oda
Kaori Myatt



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Jason Taitei, Nihonkoku Tenno (dainihon teikoku tennou)

Jason Taitei: Taitei was the name used for the Meiji Emperor in Japan. ("Taitei 大帝" meant the "Great Emperor") The reason for this is that in Meiji Era, Japan won victory in the Russo-Japanese War. Nihonkoku Tenno (Dainihon Teikoku Tennou)
Current name is Nihonkoku 日本国, but it used to be called the Dainihon Teikoku 大日本帝国 (Great Japan Empire).

Hirohisa Oda
Local time: 20:32
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese, Native in EnglishEnglish
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agree  satoko takiguchi
23 hrs
  -> miruruさん、ありがとうございます。
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idainaru koutei Jason, Nihonn no tennou.

emperor Jason the Great, emperor of Japan

I don't know the whole context but I can give you my suggestion.

Emperror : Koutei,taitei, tennou(JAPAN)

the great : idainaru, (subarashii)
Japanese emperror : Nihon no tennou

Kaori Myatt
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