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'Michiko' is a name of the Japanese empress.
The current emperor is actually a man and Michiko is his daughter-in-law. Thus, she's a princess rather than an empress at this time.
See "Michi" for further possibilities of names.
To above, no. The current emperor is a man indeed, but Michiko is not his daughter, she is his wife. So I think she is the empress.
Poet Jack Gilbert's wife was named Michiko. When she died of cancer, he wrote a poem called "Michiko Dead."
He manages like somebody carrying a box
that is too heavy, first with his arms
underneath. When their strength gives out,
he moves the hands forward, hooking them
on the corners, pulling the weight against
his chest. He moves his thumbs slightly
when the fingers begin to tire, and it makes
different muscles take over. Afterward,
he carries it on his shoulder, until the blood
drains out of the arm that is stretched up
to steady the box and the arm goes numb. But now
the man can hold underneath again, so that
he can go on without ever putting the box down.
Michiko Hasegawa-Fukushima is a Japanese sport shooter. Fukushima had won a total of nine medals for both air and sport pistol at the ISSF World Cup series. She also captured two medals in the same events at the 1986 Asian Games in Seoul, South Korea.
Michiko Hattori is a Japanese professional golfer and former Player of the Year on the Japan LPGA. Prior to turning professional, Hattori was among the most decorated amateur and collegiate golfers in history. At age 16 in 1985 she became the third youngest, and only Japanese born, champion of the U.S. Women's Amateur, and in 1986 became the first golfer to win medalist honors at the U.S. Women's Amateur and U.S. Girls' Junior in the same year. Hattori is a three-time U.S. Women's Amateur stroke play medalist, and the youngest ever winner of the Japan Women's Amateur Championship. She won three Japan Women's Amateur titles and the 1988 Canadian Women's Amateur. She is one of 12 foreign winners of the U.S. Women's Amateur in its 115-year history, and one of 11 golfers to have won the title on their first attempt. She is one of six to have won U.S. Amateur medalist honors three or more times, and the only golfer to have done so for the past 70 years. Hattori lead Japan to four consecutive top-5 finishes at the IGF World Amateur Team Championships, the country's best ever performances in the bi-annual competition, and in 1987 won the individual title and led Japan to a team victory in the Queen Sirikit Cup, a prestigious annual competition between Asian nations; other former individual winners of the cup include Hiromi Kobayashi and current LPGA members Yani Tseng, Mi Hyun Kim, Hee-Won Han and Jeong Jang. She had a storied collegiate career at the University of Texas, where she won 10 individual titles and was twice named Collegiate Golfer of the Year. She was the 1990 recipient of the Honda-Broderick Award for Golf. Among her achievements was finishing in the top ten in 38 of 40 events in which she competed during her four years at Texas, including three individual top-ten finishes at the NCAA Women's Golf Championship.
Michiko Hamamura is a Japanese singer and actress. She was known as the "Banana Boat Girl" after she recorded a bi-lingual cover of the "Banana Boat Song".
Michiko Ishimure is a Japanese writer and activist. In 1973 she won the Ramon Magsaysay Award for publicizing writings about the Minamata disease in Minamata.
Michiko Katagiri is a paralympic swimmer from Japan competing mainly in category SB3 events. Michiko competed at the 1992 Summer Paralympics competing in just the 100m breaststroke for SB3 class athletes and won the bronze medal.
Michiko Koshino, born in 1943, is a fashion designer. She has high-end stores in Japan and London. Michiko Koshino was born in Osaka, Japan and is one of three siblings who have all entered the fashion design industry. While working for her mother’s boutique early in her life, Koshino gained first hand experience in the fashion and retail industry. In 1974, Koshino graduated from Bunka Fukuso Gakuin College of design. Upon graduating college she moved to London to pursue her career as a fashion designer.
Michiko Neya is a Japanese voice actress. Prior to 1998, she was affiliated with Arts Vision and is currently freelancing. Some of her major roles in anime include the title character in New Cutie Honey, Jun the Swan in Gatchaman 94, Ritsuko Takahashi in Hell Teacher Nube, Melissa Mao in Full Metal Panic!, Riza Hawkeye in Fullmetal Alchemist and Doll Izumi in Super Doll Licca-chan. In video games, she has voiced characters in many franchises, including Hsien-Ko/Lei-Lei in DarkStalkers, Sophitia in Soul Edge / Soulcalibur, Rose in Street Fighter Zero 3, Leona in Popolocrois, Natalia Luzu Kimlasca-Lanvaldear in Tales of the Abyss and Amy Burklight in Tales of Phantasia.
Michiko Shimizu is a Japanese tarento, comedian, and actress. She is also an impressionist. Shimizu's real name is Michiko Sakata. She is represented with Jam House. Shimizu graduated from Takayama Nishi High School and Bunkyo University Women's College Division of Home Economics.
Michiko Yamamoto is the pen-name of a Japanese writer of short stories and poetry in Showa and Heisei period Japan. Her real name is Michiko Furuya. Yamamoto was born in Nakano, Tokyo and graduated from Atomi University in 1957. Her first three short stories Mahō, Ame no Isu and Betei-san no Niwa appeared in Shinchō magazine in March, July and November 1972 editions, respectively. Rōjin no Kamo was published August 1972 in Fūkei magazine. These four stories later appeared in a collective issue. They were based on three years experience from Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, where she had accompanied her husband in 1969. Other collections followed.
Michiko Sakurai is the wife of Masahiro Sakurai, who is the creator of such games as Kirby and Super Smash Bros.
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