Tomohico, Prince Asaca

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Asaca-no-miya Tomohico Ò
Relation to present Emperor 2nd cousin thrice removed and 3rd cousin twice removed
Imperial Ancestry Great-grandson of Emperor Meidji (through grandmother)
Prince Asaca 3rd
Date of birth Xòwa 12
Place of birth
Profession Ambassador to Louisianne (retired)

Tomohico, Prince Asaca is the former ambassador to Louisianne. At the time that he was given the ambassadorship, Louisianne was considered largely an unimportant nation to Japan, and the position was a sinecure. On Gacudai 2, Nigaçu 2 (March 6, 2005), he resigned his position as Ambassador, the position being taken by his former assistant, Tanaca Xinnosuque.

He inherited the title Asaca-no-miya upon his father's death on Saisei 43, Sañgaçu 30 (May 5, 1994). He resigned the title, and with it his seat in the House of Peers, on the same day he resigned his ambassadorship, passing it on to his only son, Prince Haruhico (born Saisei 21 (1972)). He has chosen to live out his retirement in Louisianne.

Preceded by:
Prince Asaca
1994 – 2005
Succeeded by:
Preceded by:
Ambassador of Japan to Louisianne
1994 – 2005
Succeeded by:
Tanaca Xinnosuque