Ono no Imoko (小野 妹子, Ono no Imoko?) est un homme politique et diplomate japonais à la fin du VIe siècle et au début du VIIe siècle, durant la période Asuka de l'histoire du Japon.↑ Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Ono no Imoko" in 'Japan encyclopedia, p. 755 sur Google Livres; n.b., Louis-Frédéric est le pseudonyme de Louis-Frédéric Nussbaum, voir Deutsche Nationalbibliothek Authority File.

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  • Ono no Imoko (小野 妹子, Ono no Imoko?) est un homme politique et diplomate japonais à la fin du VIe siècle et au début du VIIe siècle, durant la période Asuka de l'histoire du Japon.
  • 小野 妹子(おのの いもこ、6世紀~7世紀、生没年不詳)は、飛鳥時代の政治、外交家。姓は臣。子に毛人・広人がいた。冠位は大徳冠。『日本書紀』によると大唐に派遣され、大禮(冠位十二階の位)蘇因高と呼ばれた。日本の通説では『隋書』が記録する「日出処天子」の文言で知られる国書を携えた使者は小野妹子とされる。
  • Оно-но Имоко (яп. 小野 妹子) — японский политический деятель и дипломат конца VI — начала VII века, в период Асука. Посол Японии к китайской династии Суй в 607 и 608 годах.
  • Ono no Imoko (小野 妹子) was a Japanese politician and diplomat in the late 6th and early 7th century, during the Asuka period.Ono was appointed by Empress Suiko as an official envoy (Kenzuishi) to the Sui court in 607 (Imperial embassies to China), and he delivered the famous letter from Japan's Prince Shōtoku which began "The Son of Heaven where the sun rises (Japan), to the Son of Heaven where the sun sets (China), may good health be with you." Emperor Yang was angered at being addressed in this way, although it is not clear whether he was angered more by the insult of Sui being referred to as the land of the setting sun, or by the use of Son of Heaven to refer both to himself and to the emperor of what China considered to be nothing more than a relatively insignificant barbarian state to the northeast.Nevertheless, Emperor Yang was probably more interested in obtaining Japan's support in his campaigns against Goguryeo than in matters of decorum, and despite the insult, he sent his own envoy, Pei Shiqing (裴世清), back to Japan with Ono.Ono was then appointed envoy to Sui for a second time in the fall of 608 and accompanied Pei Shiqing on his return trip to China. Ono returned to Japan from his second mission in 609 and then largely disappeared from the historical record.Ono no Imoko is often cited as an example of an official who achieved promotion under the new meritorious Twelve Level Cap and Rank System implemented by Prince Shōtoku in 603. When Ono first appeared in the historical record and was appointed envoy to Sui, his rank was listed as Greater Propriety (5th rank), but he was later promoted to the top rank of Greater Virtue, largely due to his successful missions to the Sui court.Ono no Imoko's family was notable for linguistics and scholarship, and the descendants of the family include Ono no Komachi, beautiful female poet; Ono no Takamura, poet and scholar; and Ono no Michikaze, calligrapher.
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  • Ono no Imoko (小野 妹子, Ono no Imoko?) est un homme politique et diplomate japonais à la fin du VIe siècle et au début du VIIe siècle, durant la période Asuka de l'histoire du Japon.↑ Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Ono no Imoko" in 'Japan encyclopedia, p. 755 sur Google Livres; n.b., Louis-Frédéric est le pseudonyme de Louis-Frédéric Nussbaum, voir Deutsche Nationalbibliothek Authority File.
  • 小野 妹子(おのの いもこ、6世紀~7世紀、生没年不詳)は、飛鳥時代の政治、外交家。姓は臣。子に毛人・広人がいた。冠位は大徳冠。『日本書紀』によると大唐に派遣され、大禮(冠位十二階の位)蘇因高と呼ばれた。日本の通説では『隋書』が記録する「日出処天子」の文言で知られる国書を携えた使者は小野妹子とされる。
  • Оно-но Имоко (яп. 小野 妹子) — японский политический деятель и дипломат конца VI — начала VII века, в период Асука. Посол Японии к китайской династии Суй в 607 и 608 годах.
  • Ono no Imoko (小野 妹子) was a Japanese politician and diplomat in the late 6th and early 7th century, during the Asuka period.Ono was appointed by Empress Suiko as an official envoy (Kenzuishi) to the Sui court in 607 (Imperial embassies to China), and he delivered the famous letter from Japan's Prince Shōtoku which began "The Son of Heaven where the sun rises (Japan), to the Son of Heaven where the sun sets (China), may good health be with you." Emperor Yang was angered at being addressed in this way, although it is not clear whether he was angered more by the insult of Sui being referred to as the land of the setting sun, or by the use of Son of Heaven to refer both to himself and to the emperor of what China considered to be nothing more than a relatively insignificant barbarian state to the northeast.Nevertheless, Emperor Yang was probably more interested in obtaining Japan's support in his campaigns against Goguryeo than in matters of decorum, and despite the insult, he sent his own envoy, Pei Shiqing (裴世清), back to Japan with Ono.Ono was then appointed envoy to Sui for a second time in the fall of 608 and accompanied Pei Shiqing on his return trip to China.
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