|Relation to Present King||son|
|Date of Birth||1968|
In 1986, he entered Quiòto Imperial University, earning a master's in economics. He returned to Lùquiù, but continues to be a frequent guest at the Imperial Palace in Quiòto. In 1997, he married the then-Princess Toxico of Hitatxi, they had two sons, Tacasuque and Queisuque. In 2003, the wedding was dissolved, and the former Crown Princess, now a commoner, took his ancestral surname, Ninomiya. Since the mid-90's, he has begun taking on more of his father's duties, in preparation for his retirement in 2007, following the same pattern as his grandfather. Upon his ascension to the throne, he will be known as King Gù Cò.
|Succession to the Lùquiù Throne||Followed by:|