Named for the emperor (626–671) who made the first clepsydra in Japan in 660. On 671 June 10 (Gregorian style) he placed a new clepsydra on a new pavilion, and it sounded out the hours with bells and drums. In commemoration of this, June 10 is designated as the “Time Day” in Japan. (M 22505)
Avastatud: 18-2-1977 Avastamiskoht: Kiso Avastajad: Kosai, H., Hurukawa, K.
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