Maco, Princess Masaxi

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Masaxi-no-miya Maco Naixinnò
Relation to present Emperor: Aunt
Imperial Ancestry: Granddaughter of Emperor Saisei
Date of birth: Saisei 33, Xitxigaçu 3
August 8, 1984
Place of birth: Quiòto
Profession: Teacher (Political Science), artist

Her Imperial Highness Maco, Princess Masaxi was formerly the heiress-presumptive to the throne of Japan, the sister of Empress Gacudai, until the birth of her nephews. She is currently Regent, and succeeded Gacudai to the titles of First Citizen of Ezo and President of the East Asian Federation. She is the second daughter of the slain former Crown Prince. She is currently attending Quiòto Imperial University. She had originally planned to double-major in theater and fine arts, but has changed to political science, though she continues to minor in art, and is generally considered a rather accomplished artist.

In her youth, she was known to host many wild parties in her wing of the Imperial Palace, and had often stated a reluctance to accept her position as heir-presumptive.

Despite this reputation for wildness, however, Her Highness is blessed with a great intelligence. Hataqueda Tomohico, a well-known biographer of the Imperial Family, believed that she will surprise her critics if given a position of responsibility, which she began to show during her sister's reign.


Princess Masaxi is a perennial favorite of the tabloids, who have frequently connected her with one or another celebrity, both male and female. Two years ago, one tabloid reported that she had become pregnant. The tabloid was required to pay 100,000 for libel.


In May 15, 2017, it was announced that she will marry Homura Haluto, a Queio University arts professor. Due to him being a commoner, it was expected that she would renounce her succession rights to the throne, and even surrender her presidency of Ezo and the East Asian Federation. She confirmed that this was the case and upon marriage, she will give up all her titles and office and hand them over either Queico or Çuneco.

Preceded by:
Imperial Regent
Succeeded by:

Preceded by:
Empress Gacudai
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First Citizen of Ezo
Queico, Princess Çubaqui
President of East Asian Federation

Preceded by:
Prince Nolihito
Succession to the Chrysanthemum Throne Followed by:
Queico, Princess Çubaqui
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