What was the emperor's role in Tokugawa Japan?

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An emperor is the symbolic elected leader of the state, a leader of the Japanese Imperial family. His name is Akihito he was born in 1933. Emperor's role in Tokugawa Japan is to rule. The roles of women in Tokugawa Japan are diversed and it includes house hold work by looking after and caring for the husband and children. Women also rose to after war and most of them left the pre-colonial period of staying at home. They went to school and they got jobs such as being police officers and working with most organization's.
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