Order of the Rising Sun

Order of the Rising Sun
Order of the Rising Sun
旭日章
1st Class Grand Cordon Order of the Rising Sun.jpg
1st Class Grand Cordon Order of the Rising Sun
Awarded by the Emperor of Japan
Type Order
Awarded for long and/or especially meritorious civil or military service
Status Currently constituted
Sovereign His Imperial Majesty The Emperor
Grades (w/ post-nominals) 1st through 8th Class
Established April 10, 1875
Precedence
Next (higher) Order of the Paulownia Flowers
Next (lower) Order of the Precious Crown

The Order of the Rising Sun (旭日章 Kyokujitsu shō?) is a Japanese order, established in 1875 by Emperor Meiji of Japan. The Order was the first national decoration awarded by the Japanese Government,[1] created on April 10, 1875 by decree of the Council of State.[2] The badge features rays of sunlight from the rising sun. The design of the Rising Sun symbolizes energy as powerful as the rising sun[3] in parallel with the "rising sun" concept of Japan ("Land of the Rising Sun").

US Navy Admiral Dennis C. Blair being presented the badge and ribbon of Order of the Rising Sun. (2005)

It is the second most prestigious Japanese decoration after the Order of the Chrysanthemum;[4] however the Chrysanthemum is generally only awarded to politicians, military leaders, or royalty. The modern version of this honor has been conferred on non-Japanese recipients beginning in 1981 (although several foreigners were given the honor before World War II); and women were awarded the Order starting in 2003 (previously, women were awarded the Order of the Precious Crown).[5] The awarding of the Order is administered by the Decoration Bureau of Office of the Prime Minister. It is awarded in the name of the Emperor and can be awarded posthumously.

It can be awarded to Japanese as well as non-Japanese nationals.

Contents

Classes

The Order can be awarded in any of these nine classes. Conventionally, a diploma is prepared to accompany the insignia of the order, and in some rare instances, the personal signature of the emperor will have been added. As an illustration of the wording of the text, a translation of a representative 1929 diploma says:

By the grace of Heaven, Emperor of Japan, seated on the throne occupied by the same dynasty from time immemorial,

We confer the Second Class of the Imperial Order of Meiji upon Henry Waters Taft, a citizen of the United States of America and a director of the Japan Society of New York, and invest him with the insignia of the same class of the Order of the Double Rays of the Rising Sun, in expression of the good will which we entertain towards him.

In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hand and caused the Grand Seal of the Empire to be affixed at the Imperial Palace, Tokio, this thirteenth day of the fifth month of the fourth year of Shōwa, corresponding to the 2,589th year from the accession to the throne of Emperor Jimmu."[6]

The badge for the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flowers, Grand Cordon is a gilt cross with white enameled rays, bearing a central emblem of a red enameled sun disc surrounded by red rays, and with three paulownia blossoms between each arm of the cross. It is suspended from three enameled paulownia leaves on a sash in red with white border stripes, and is worn on the right shoulder.

The star for the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flowers, Grand Cordon is the same as the badge, but without the paulownia leaves suspension. It is worn on the left chest.

The badge for the First to Sixth Classes is an eight-pointed badge, in gilt (1st-4th Classes), gilt and silver (5th Class), or silver (6th Class), with white enamelled rays, bearing a central red enamelled sun disc. It is suspended from three enamelled paulownia leaves (not chrysanthemum as the Decoration Bureau page claims) on a ribbon in white with red border stripes, worn as a sash on the right shoulder for the 1st Class, as a necklet for the 2nd and 3rd Classes, on the left chest for the 4th to 6th Classes (with a rosette for the 4th Class).

The star for the First and Second Classes is an eight-pointed silver badge, bearing a central emblem identical to the 4th Class badge without the paulownia leaves suspension. It is worn on the left chest for the 1st Class, on the right chest for the 2nd Class.

The badge for the Seventh and Eighth Classes consists of just a silver medal in the shape of three paulownia leaves, enamelled for the 7th Class and plain for the 8th Class. It is suspended on a ribbon, again in white with red border stripes, worn on the left chest.

Selected recipients

ribbon bar 1st Class, Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flowers, Grand Cordon

In 2003, this highest grade of the Order was elevated, becoming the Order of the Paulownia Flowers. This high honor was conferred on the following people prior to 2003:

ribbon bar 1st Class, Grand Cordon

ribbon bar 2nd Class, Gold and Silver Star

ribbon bar 3rd Class, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon

ribbon bar 4th Class, Gold Rays with Rosette

ribbon bar 5th Class, Gold and Silver Rays

ribbon bar 6th Class, Silver Rays

ribbon bar 7th Class, Green Paulownia Leaves Medal

In 2003, this grade of the Order was abolished.

ribbon bar 8th Class, White Paulownia Leaves Medal

In 2003, this grade of the Order was abolished.

ribbon bar Class unknown

Notes

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  56. ^ Honor awarded 1908 -- Crossroads: A Journal of Nagasaki History and Culture
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  61. ^ Honor awarded in July 1874 -- Charles LeGendre
  62. ^ Honor awarded posthumously 1928 -- "Mikado Honors Dr. Noguchi, New York Times. June 2, 1928.
  63. ^ Pinedo, Danielle. "Oer-Hollands; In Japan is Johannis de Rijke nog altijd een beroemdheid," NRC Handelsblad. January 13, 2000.
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  65. ^ Honor awarded 1907 -- Adler, Cyrus (1921). p. 14; Sakamoto, Pamela Rotner. (1998). Japanese Diplomats and Jewish Refugees, p. 17.
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  67. ^ Honor awarded 2003 -- Consulate-General of Japan in New York: "Government Of Japan To Honor Professor Michael Ira Sovern."
  68. ^ "Patent of Decoration". http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_08_2010/post-6750-128250808147.jpg. Retrieved 2011-11-05. 
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  70. ^ Honor awarded 2007 -- Embassy of Japan in Singapore: "Conferment Ceremony for Mr. Philip Yeo, Chairman of SPRING Singapore."
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  72. ^ Harvard Gazette: Japanese government honors Professor Edwin A. Cranston. 14 May 2009.
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  78. ^ "former Commissioner of the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency and Advisor to the SieboldHuis". Nl.emb-japan.go.jp. http://www.nl.emb-japan.go.jp/e/relation/hanse.html. Retrieved 2011-11-05. 
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  80. ^ Honor awarded 1906 -- Perry, Warren. (1983). "Hoad, Sir John Charles (1856 - 1911)" in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 9.
  81. ^ NNDB: Order of the Rising Sun; Kosho Kempo, Kano Jigoro
  82. ^ Perera, Suharshi. "Woman: An icon in the literary world," Daily News (Sri Lanka). August 9, 2007.
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  84. ^ "Pax Britannica (3rd Class)", Time, May 16, 1932.
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  86. ^ Honor awarded 1998 -- "McClellan Named Sterling Professor of Japanese," Yale Office of Public Affairs. February 3, 1999.
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  98. ^ Embassy of Japan in Belgium: Decoration Awarding Ceremony of Prof. Dr. W.F. Vande Walle
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  101. ^ "Martha Argerich - IMG Artists"
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  108. ^ Honor awarded 1984 -- Bergan, Ronald. "A satirical eye on Japan: Keisuke Kinoshita, film director; born December 5, 1912; died December 30, 1998," The Guardian (Manchester). January 5, 1999.
  109. ^ Lasorda honored by Japan, MLB.com, December 3, 2008
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  112. ^ Honor awarded 1915 -- Kita, Atsushi. (2005). Dr. Noguchi's Journey: A Life of Medical Search and Discovery, p. 196.
  113. ^ Honor awarded 1999 -- Whiting, David. "Obituary: Tatsuzo Shimaoka; Japanese potter steeped in folk traditions who became a cultural ambassador," The Guardian (Manchester). January 17, 2008.
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  117. ^ Honor awarded 1942 -- Tsuji, Masanobu. (1997). Japan's Greatest Victory, Britain's Worst Defeat, p. 108.
  118. ^ Honor conferred 1964 -- North Austin Tae Kwan Do: "Chronology of the Life of Morihei Ueshiba, Founder of Aikido."
  119. ^ Honor awarded 1996 -- Columbia University, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Faculty Profiles
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  124. ^ Unpaginated editors' chronology appended to Kiyoshi Nishiyama, Shunkō shūshoku (春光秋色) / Seasonal Aspects of Japan (Tokyo: Asahi Sonorama, 1979) (Japanese)(English).
  125. ^ Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Japan): 2010 Spring Conferment of Decorations on Foreign Nationals, p. 8.
  126. ^ Honor awarded on 1971 -- Henshall, Mary. "Pioneer Portraits: Henry and Fumiko Fujii," Idaho Yesterdays., Spring, 1975, pp. 20–27; Washington State University Libraries: "Furthering friendship between Japan and the United States, April 1971"
  127. ^ Ohio University Libraries. "Scholars and Librarians in East Asian Studies (North America) - William Theodore de Bary". http://cicdatabank.library.ohiou.edu/opac/americanscholar_view.php?bibid%5b%5d=27&num=1&pagenum=10. Retrieved April 21, 2011. 
  128. ^ Honor awarded in 1906 -- "Cruiser 'Livia' in Kobe to Greet Italians," Osaka Mainichi. July 28, 1922.
  129. ^ Craig, Albert M. (2010). The heritage of Japanese Civilization. Boston: Prentice Hall. pp. Author Bio. ISBN 0-13-600524-1. 
  130. ^ "Uncle Bob", Time, September 10, 1945.
  131. ^ Arlington National Cemetery: Granville Roland Foretscue
  132. ^ Cynthia Peters (4 April 2006). "Frank B. Gibney, 81, One of the Nation's Preeminent Experts on Asia and President of the Pacific Basin Institute at Pomona College, Has Died - Pomona College". http://www.pomona.edu/news/2006/04/10-Frank-Gibney-Dies.aspx. Retrieved 21 April 2011. 
  133. ^ Honor awarded 1891 -- Penicuik Community Development Trust (UK): Cargill Gilston Knott
  134. ^ ""2009 Autumn Conferment of Decorations on Foreign Nationals," p. 2." (PDF). http://www.mofa.go.jp/ICSFiles/afieldfile/2009/11/04/2009_Autumn_Conferment_of_Decorations_on_Foreign_Nationals.pdf. Retrieved 2011-11-05. 
  135. ^ Macrae, Norman. (2000). John von Neumann: the Scientific Genius who Pioneered the Modern Computer, p. 406.
  136. ^ Honor awarded 1918 -- RAF web page
  137. ^ Honor awarded 1994 -- Weatherhead East Asian Institute, The Reed
  138. ^ "Japan's emperor honors uw professor for his work". Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Seattle): pp. B2. 1999. March 25, 1999. 
  139. ^ [4][dead link]
  140. ^ Day, Peter. "British aviation pioneer was a spy for Japan," Telegraph (London). February 1, 2002.
  141. ^ Honor awarded 1874 -- "A Victory for the Chinese; Japanese Driven with Heavy Loss from Ping-yang," New York Times, August 22, 1894.
  142. ^ Honor awarded 1983 -- "Origami artist of stunning originality who became an ambassador for Japanese culture and his art". The Times (London). March 30, 2005; Lister, David. "Obituary: Akira Yoshizawa; Japanese craftsman who singlehandedly revived the art of origami," The Guardian (Manchester). April 8, 2005.
  143. ^ Ozaki, Yukio. (2001). ''The Autobiography of Ozaki Yukio: The Struggle for Constitutional Government in Japan, p. 393.

References

  • Peterson, James W., Barry C. Weaver and Michael A. Quigley. (2001). Orders and Medals of Japan and Associated States. San Ramon, California: Orders and Medals Society of America. ISBN 1-890974-09-9

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  • Order of the Star of the East — Der Order of the Star in the East (Orden des Sterns des Ostens bzw. Orden des Sterns im Osten) war eine theosophische Organisation zur Bekanntmachung und Unterstützung von Jiddu Krishnamurti als kommendem Weltlehrer oder Maitreya. Er bestand von… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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