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機務六条の締結と大日本帝国憲法の制定により、日本は立憲君主制になったとされる。大日本帝国憲法を起草した伊藤博文も、天皇に絶対君主の役割を期待するようなことはなかった。法文を素直に解釈すると、「万世一系の天皇之を統治す」、「神聖にして侵すべからず」など、大日本帝国憲法においての天皇は大きな権力を持っていたように読めるが、明治以降も、天皇が直接命令して政治を行うことはあまり無く、明治憲法制定後も当初は、藩閥政府が天皇の権威の下に政治を行っていたのが、後には議会との妥協を試みるようになった。この点について「君臨すれども統治せず」という原則をとる現代の日本やイギリスなどの近代的立憲主義とほぼ同じであったという意見がある。

Through the conclusion of “Kimu Rokujo” and the enactment of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan, Japan is said to have become a constitutional monarchy. Hirobumi Ito who drafted the Constitution of the Empire of Japan also did not expect the role of absolute monarch to the Emperor. When the legal sentences are interpreted straightforwardly, “governed by an unbroken line of Emperors,” “is sacred and cannot be impinged,” etc. can be read as if the Emperor had great powers under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan. But the Emperor did not govern the country by giving direct orders so much even after the Meiji era. Initially, the han-dominated government was governing the country under the authority of the Emperor even after the enactment of the Meiji Constitution, but they started trying to compromise with the Diet afterwards. There is an opinion that this point was almost the same as the modern constitutionalism of modern Japan and the UK which take the principle of "reigns, but does not rule."

Through the conclusion ofIt is said that Japan became a constitutional monarchy when “Kimu Rokujo” was concluded and the enactment of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan, Japan is said to have become a constitutional monarchy. was enacted. Hirobumi Ito who drafted, the drafter of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan , also did not expecthad no expectation for the Emperor to play the role of absolute monarch to the Emperor. When the . A straightforward interpretation of the legal sentences are interpreted straightforwardly,statements such as “governed by an unbroken line of Emperors,”” and “is sacred and cannot his dignity shall not be impinged,” etc. can be readimpaired” might sound as if the Emperor had great powers under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan. But the Emperor did not govern the country by giving. However, the emperor continued to rarely give direct orders so much to rule Japan even after entering the Meiji era. Initially, and the han-dominated government was governing the country, which initially governed Japan under the authority of the Emperor even , began trying to work with the Diet after the enactment of the Meiji Constitution, but they started trying to compromise with the Diet afterwards. There is an opinion. Some say that this point was almost the same asvery similar to the modern constitutionalism of moderntoday’s Japan and the UK which takefollow the principle of "reigns, but does not rule."

It is said that Japan became a constitutional monarchy when the Kimu Rokujo was concluded and the Constitution of the Empire of Japan was enactedcame into effect. Hirobumi Ito, the drafter ofarchitect of  the Japanese Constitution, also had nodid not expectation for the Emperor to play the role of an absolute monarch. A straightforward interpretation of the legal statements such as “governed by an unbroken line of Emperors” and “is sacred and his dignity shall not be impaired” might sound as ifindicate that the Emperor had wielded great powers under the Constitution. However, the Eemperor continued to rarely give issued direct orders to rule Japan even after entering the advent of the Meiji era, and the Hhan-dominated government, which initially governed Japan under the authority of the Emperor, began trying to work with the Diet after the enactment of the Meiji Constitution. Some say argue that this was is very similar to the modern constitutionalism of today’s modern Japan and the UK, which follow the principle of "reigns, but does not rule."

It is said that Japan became a constitutional monarchy when the Kimu Rokujo was concluded and the Constitution of the Empire of Japan was enactedcame into effect. Hirobumi Ito, the drafter ofarchitect of  the Japanese Constitution, also had nodid not expectation for the Emperor to play the role of an absolute monarch. A straightforward interpretation of the legal statements from the Constitution such as “governed by an unbroken line of Emperors” and “is sacred and his dignity shall not be impaired” might sound as ifindicate that the Emperor had wielded great powers under the Constitution. However, the Eemperor continued to rarely give issued direct orders to rule Japan even after entering the advent of the Meiji era, and the Hhan-dominated government, which initially governed Japan under the authority of the Emperor, began trying to work with the Diet after the enactment of the Meiji Constitution. Some say argue that this was is very similar to the modern constitutionalism of today’s modern Japan and the UK, which follow the principle of "reigns, but does not rule."

機務六条の締結と大日本帝国憲法の制定により、日本は立憲君主制になったとされる。大日本帝国憲法を起草した伊藤博文も、天皇に絶対君主の役割を期待するようなことはなかった。法文を素直に解釈すると、「万世一系の天皇之を統治す」、「神聖にして侵すべからず」など、大日本帝国憲法においての天皇は大きな権力を持っていたように読めるが、明治以降も、天皇が直接命令して政治を行うことはあまり無く、明治憲法制定後も当初は、藩閥政府が天皇の権威の下に政治を行っていたのが、後には議会との妥協を試みるようになった。この点について「君臨すれども統治せず」という原則をとる現代の日本やイギリスなどの近代的立憲主義とほぼ同じであったという意見がある。

Through the conclusion of “Kimu Rokujo” and the enactment of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan, Japan is said to have become a constitutional monarchy. Hirobumi Ito who drafted the Constitution of the Empire of Japan also did not expect the role of absolute monarch to the Emperor. When the legal sentences are interpreted straightforwardly, “governed by an unbroken line of Emperors,” “is sacred and cannot be impinged,” etc. can be read as if the Emperor had great powers under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan. But the Emperor did not govern the country by giving direct orders so much even after the Meiji era. Initially, the han-dominated government was governing the country under the authority of the Emperor even after the enactment of the Meiji Constitution, but they started trying to compromise with the Diet afterwards. There is an opinion that this point was almost the same as the modern constitutionalism of modern Japan and the UK which take the principle of "reigns, but does not rule."

Through the conclusion ofIt is said that Japan became a constitutional monarchy when “Kimu Rokujo” was concluded and the enactment of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan, Japan is said to have become a constitutional monarchy. was enacted. Hirobumi Ito who drafted, the drafter of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan , also did not expecthad no expectation for the Emperor to play the role of absolute monarch to the Emperor. When the . A straightforward interpretation of the legal sentences are interpreted straightforwardly,statements such as “governed by an unbroken line of Emperors,”” and “is sacred and cannot his dignity shall not be impinged,” etc. can be readimpaired” might sound as if the Emperor had great powers under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan. But the Emperor did not govern the country by giving. However, the emperor continued to rarely give direct orders so much to rule Japan even after entering the Meiji era. Initially, and the han-dominated government was governing the country, which initially governed Japan under the authority of the Emperor even , began trying to work with the Diet after the enactment of the Meiji Constitution, but they started trying to compromise with the Diet afterwards. There is an opinion. Some say that this point was almost the same asvery similar to the modern constitutionalism of moderntoday’s Japan and the UK which takefollow the principle of "reigns, but does not rule."

It is said that Japan became a constitutional monarchy when the “Kimu Rokujo” was concluded and the Constitution of the Empire of Japan was enacted. Hirobumi Ito, the drafter who drafted of the Constitution, also had nodid not expectation for the Emperor to play the role of an absolute monarch. A straightforward interpretation of the legal statements such as “governed by an unbroken line of Emperors” and “is sacred and his dignity shall not be impaired” might sound as if the Emperor had great powers under the Constitution. However, the Eemperor continued to rarely give gave direct orders to rule Japan even after entering the Meiji era, and the Hhan-dominated government, which initially governed Japan under the authority of the Emperor, began trying to work with the Diet after the enactment of the Meiji Constitution. Some say argue that this was is very similar to the modern constitutionalism of today’s modern Japan and the UK, which follow the principle of "reigns, but does not rule."

It is said that Japan became a constitutional monarchy when the “Kimu Rokujo” was concluded and the Constitution of the Empire of Japan was enacted. Hirobumi Ito, the drafter who drafted of the Constitution, also had nodid not expectation for the Emperor to play the role of an absolute monarch. A straightforward interpretation of the legal statements such as “governed by an unbroken line of Emperors” and “is sacred and his dignity shall not be impaired” might sound as if the Emperor had great powers under the Constitution. However, the Eemperor continued to rarely give gave direct orders to rule Japan even after entering the advent of the Meiji era, and the Hhan-dominated government, which initially governed Japan under the authority of the Emperor, began trying to work with the Diet after the enactment of the Meiji Constitution. Some say argue that this was is very similar to the modern constitutionalism of today’s modern Japan and the UK, which follow the principle of "reigns, but does not rule."

機務六条の締結と大日本帝国憲法の制定により、日本は立憲君主制になったとされる。大日本帝国憲法を起草した伊藤博文も、天皇に絶対君主の役割を期待するようなことはなかった。法文を素直に解釈すると、「万世一系の天皇之を統治す」、「神聖にして侵すべからず」など、大日本帝国憲法においての天皇は大きな権力を持っていたように読めるが、明治以降も、天皇が直接命令して政治を行うことはあまり無く、明治憲法制定後も当初は、藩閥政府が天皇の権威の下に政治を行っていたのが、後には議会との妥協を試みるようになった。この点について「君臨すれども統治せず」という原則をとる現代の日本やイギリスなどの近代的立憲主義とほぼ同じであったという意見がある。

Through the conclusion of “Kimu Rokujo” and the enactment of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan, Japan is said to have become a constitutional monarchy. Hirobumi Ito who drafted the Constitution of the Empire of Japan also did not expect the role of absolute monarch to the Emperor. When the legal sentences are interpreted straightforwardly, “governed by an unbroken line of Emperors,” “is sacred and cannot be impinged,” etc. can be read as if the Emperor had great powers under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan. But the Emperor did not govern the country by giving direct orders so much even after the Meiji era. Initially, the han-dominated government was governing the country under the authority of the Emperor even after the enactment of the Meiji Constitution, but they started trying to compromise with the Diet afterwards. There is an opinion that this point was almost the same as the modern constitutionalism of modern Japan and the UK which take the principle of "reigns, but does not rule."

Through the conclusion ofIt is said that Japan became a constitutional monarchy when “Kimu Rokujo” was concluded and the enactment of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan, Japan is said to have become a constitutional monarchy. was enacted. Hirobumi Ito who drafted, the drafter of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan , also did not expecthad no expectation for the Emperor to play the role of absolute monarch to the Emperor. When the . A straightforward interpretation of the legal sentences are interpreted straightforwardly,statements such as “governed by an unbroken line of Emperors,”” and “is sacred and cannot his dignity shall not be impinged,” etc. can be readimpaired” might sound as if the Emperor had great powers under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan. But the Emperor did not govern the country by giving. However, the emperor continued to rarely give direct orders so much to rule Japan even after entering the Meiji era. Initially, and the han-dominated government was governing the country, which initially governed Japan under the authority of the Emperor even , began trying to work with the Diet after the enactment of the Meiji Constitution, but they started trying to compromise with the Diet afterwards. There is an opinion. Some say that this point was almost the same asvery similar to the modern constitutionalism of moderntoday’s Japan and the UK which takefollow the principle of "reigns, but does not rule."

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