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Japan's little prince could be last emperor on unreformed Chrysanthemum Throne

TOKYO (Reuters) - When Prince Hisahito was born in 2006, ending a 41-year drought in imperial male heirs, Japan's government gladly dropped proposals that women might head the world's oldest monarchy, but a decade later the little prince remains the last hope for an unreformed Chrysanthemum Throne.
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