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Prince Kusakabe (草壁皇子, Kusakabe no miko; 662 – May 10, 689) was a Japanese imperial crown prince from 681 until his death. He was the second son of Emperor Tenmu. His mother was the empress Unonosarara, today is known as Empress Jitō. The location of his tomb is uncertain. Some suppose it to be in Takatori, Nara.

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  • 草壁皇子(くさかべのみこ、くさかべのおうじ)、662年〈天智天皇元年〉 - 689年5月7日〈持統天皇3年4月13日〉は、飛鳥時代の日本の皇族。万葉集では日並皇子(ひなみしのみこ)とも。 天武天皇と皇后・鸕野讃良皇女(後の持統天皇)の皇子。妃は天智天皇の皇女で持統天皇の異母妹である阿陪皇女(後の元明天皇)。元正天皇・吉備内親王・文武天皇の父。諡号は岡宮御宇天皇(おかのみやにあめのしたしろしめししすめらみこと、おかのみやぎょうてんのう)。岡宮天皇、長岡天皇とも称される。
  • 구사카베 황자(일본어: 草壁皇子 662년 ~ 689년[*]는 덴무 천황의 차남으로, 생모는 지토 천황이다. 비는 덴지천황의 황녀이자, 지토 천왕의 이복 여동생인 아헤 황녀(후의 겐메이 천황)로, 그녀는 아내인 동시에 이모였다. 죽고 나서 추존되었으며, 시호는 오카노미야교 천황(岡宮御宇天皇)이다.
  • 草壁皇子(662年-689年),天武天皇與持統天皇之子,被立為皇太子,但是很早就過世。妻子阿閇皇女為後來的元明天皇,子女有文武天皇、元正天皇與。
  • Prince Kusakabe (草壁皇子, Kusakabe no miko; 662 – May 10, 689) was a Japanese imperial crown prince from 681 until his death. He was the second son of Emperor Tenmu. His mother was the empress Unonosarara, today is known as Empress Jitō. The location of his tomb is uncertain. Some suppose it to be in Takatori, Nara.
  • Le prince Kusakabe (草壁皇子, Kusakabe no miko) (662 – 10 mai 689) est un prince héritier impérial de 681 jusqu'à sa mort en 689. Il est le deuxième fils de l'empereur Tenmu. Sa mère est l'impératrice Unonosarara, connue de nos jours sous le nom d'impératrice Jitō. L'emplacement de sa tombe est incertain. Elle se trouverait, selon certains, à Takatori, dans la préfecture de Nara.
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  • Prince Kusakabe (草壁皇子, Kusakabe no miko; 662 – May 10, 689) was a Japanese imperial crown prince from 681 until his death. He was the second son of Emperor Tenmu. His mother was the empress Unonosarara, today is known as Empress Jitō. He was the sole child of his mother. According to Nihon Shoki, in 681 he was appointed the crown prince. In the summer of 686 his father, Emperor Temmu, fell ill and gave the imperial authority to his wife Empress Jitō and the crown prince Kusakabe. After the death of his father, he surprisingly did not ascend to the Chrysanthemum Throne. He led the funeral ceremony and the construction of Emperor Temmu's tomb but before the coronation, he died in 689 at the age of 28. He was posthumously titled Emperor Okanomiyagyou (岡宮御宇天皇, Okanomiyagyou Tennō). The location of his tomb is uncertain. Some suppose it to be in Takatori, Nara. He married his paternal cousin and maternal aunt, Princess Abe, the daughter of Emperor Tenji. They had at least three children, Prince Karu, Princess Hidaka and Princess Kibi. After his death, his mother Empress Jitō ascended to the throne. Later, Karu and Hidaka reigned as Emperor Monmu and Empress Genshō. Asakura clan claimed to be from his lineage.
  • Le prince Kusakabe (草壁皇子, Kusakabe no miko) (662 – 10 mai 689) est un prince héritier impérial de 681 jusqu'à sa mort en 689. Il est le deuxième fils de l'empereur Tenmu. Sa mère est l'impératrice Unonosarara, connue de nos jours sous le nom d'impératrice Jitō. Il est le seul enfant de sa mère. Selon le Nihonshoki, il est nommé prince héritier en 681. Au cours de l'été 686, son père l'empereur Temmu tombe malade et transmet l'autorité impériale à son épouse l'impératrice Jitō et au prince Kusakabe. Après la mort de son père, curieusement il n'accède pas au trône du chrysanthème. Il dirige la cérémonie funèbre et la construction de la tombe de l'empereur Temmu mais avant le couronnement, meurt en 689 à l'âge de 28 ans. Il reçoit à titre posthume le titre Empereur Okanomiyagyou (岡宮御宇天皇, Okanomiyagyou Tennō). L'emplacement de sa tombe est incertain. Elle se trouverait, selon certains, à Takatori, dans la préfecture de Nara. Il épouse sa cousine paternelle et tante maternelle, la princesse Abe, fille de l'Empereur Tenji. Ils ont au moins trois enfants, le prince Karu, la princesse Hidaka et la princesse Kibi. Après sa mort, sa mère Jitō monte sur le trône. Plus tard, Karu et Hidaka règnent sous les noms empereur Mommu et impératrice Genshō. Le clan Asakura prétend descendre de sa lignée.
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