Imperial Rescript on Education
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  • Imperial Rescript on Education — The nihongo|Imperial Rescript on Education|教育ニ関スル勅語|Kyōiku ni Kansuru Chokugo was signed by Emperor Meiji of Japan on 30 October 1890 to articulate government policy on the guiding principals of education on the Empire of Japan. The 315 character …   Wikipedia

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