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- There are many titles conferred either by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (Paramount and rulers of states, as well as customary titles (including royal and semi-royal titles, religious, The Japanese handshake is limp, with little or no eye contact.
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- Japanese honorifics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Hidenka (妃殿下) is for addressing the consort of the prince, and is used the same way as the other royal titles.
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- Explanation of royal titles. Various countries, including Russia, China, Japan, Persia, the Ottoman Empire, Ethiopia, and India, have used the title "emperor.
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- Japanese Honorifics
- Sep 22, 2009 Japanese uses a broad array of honorific suffixes for addressing or referring to people. For example, the shi title is common in the speech of newsreaders. of the prince, and is used the same way as the other royal titles.
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