The Civil War Period and the Foresight of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the First of the Tokugawa Shōguns
The new Emperor of the Heian Period (794–1192) acceded to the throne by the accession ceremony and the O-Nie-no-Matsuri (the Great Food Offering Festival). Since an emperor whose accession ceremony was performed but who had not been able to carry out the O-Nie-no-Matsuri was called ‘Han Tei’ (Half-Emperor), we realise that the Emperor’s role as the high priest of the agriculture festival was unchanged.
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