Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum

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Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum 大勲位菊花大綬章 Daikuni Kikka Daijusho is the second highest decoration awarded by Emperor of Japan

recipient

Member of the Japanese Imperial House

date name note
27 Dec 1876 Emperor Meiji date of creation of the order
2 Nov 1877 General Prince Taruhito, Prince of Arisugawa
7 Dec 1882 Lieutenant General Prince Akihito, Prince of Komatsu
24 Jan 1886 Prince Takahito of Arisugawa
29 Dec 1886 Major General Prince Yoshihisa, Prince of Kitashirakawa
29 Dec 1886 Lieutenant Commander Prince Takehito of Arisugawa
29 Dec 1886 Prince Asahiko, Prince of Kuni
29 Dec 1886 Lieutenant Colonel (Infantry) Prince Sadanaru, Prince of Fushimi
29 Dec 1886 Prince Akira, Prince of Yamashina
18 Aug 1887 Second Lieutenant (Cavalry) Prince Kotohito, Prince of Kanin
15 Jul 1889 Prince Yorihito of Komatsu later Prince Yorihito of Higashifushimi
3 Nov 1889 Prince Yoshihito, Crown Prince later Emperor of Japan
3 Nov 1903 Prince Kuninori, Prince of Kaya
3 Nov 1903 Captain (Infantry) Prince Kuniyoshi, Prince of Kuni
3 Nov 1903 Lieutenant Commander Prince Kikumaro, Prince of Yamashina
3 Nov 1904 Captain (Infantry) Prince Morimasa, Prince of Nashimoto
3 Nov 1905 Lieutenant Commander Prince Hiroyasu of Fushimi
4 Apr 1908 Prince Tanehito of Arisugawa
9 Sept 1912 Prince Hirohito later Emperor of Japan
31 Oct 1913 Major (Cavalry) Prince Tsunehisa, Prince of Takeda
31 Oct 1917 Captain (Infantry) Prince Yasuhiko, Prince of Asaka
31 Oct 1917 Prince Taka of Kuni
31 Oct 1917 Captain (Artillery) Prince Naruhisa, Prince of Kitashirakawa
31 Oct 1917 Captain (Infantry) Prince Naruhiko, Prince of Higashikuni
27 Apr 1920 Lieutenant (Infantry) Prince Yi Un
25 Oct 1922 Second Lieutenant (Infantry) Prince Yasuhito, Prince of Chichibu
8 Jan 1924 Prince Yi Kang
19 Mar 1924 Lieutenant Junior Grade Prince Hirotada, Prince of Kacho
1 Feb 1925 Prince Nobuhito, Prince of Takamatsu
3 Nov 1926 Prince Yi Geon
3 Nov 1928 Lieutenant Prince Hiroyoshi of Fushimi
7 Dec 1930 Captain (Cavalry) Prince Tsunenori, Prince of Kaya
25 May 1932 Lieutenant Prince Asaakira, Prince of Kuni
3 Nov 1934 Captain (Cavalry) Prince Haruhito of Kanin
1 Oct 1936 Second Lieutenant (Cavalry) Prince Takahito, Prince of Mikasa
4 Sept 1940 Major (Artillery) Prince Nagahisa, Prince of Kitashirakawa posthumously
3 Nov 1940 Major Prince Tsuneyoshi, Prince of Takeda
7 Nov 1943 Major Prince Takahiko of Asaka
7 Nov 1943 Major Prince Yi Wu
10 Nov 1952 Prince Akihito, Crown Prince later Emperor of Japan
28 Nov 1955 Prince Masahito later Prince of Hitachi
5 Jan 1966 Prince Tomohito of Mikasa
27 Feb 1968 Prince Yoshihito of Mikasa later Prince of Katsura
29 Dec 1974 Prince Norihito of Mikasa later Prince of Takamado
23 Feb 1980 Prince Naruhito later Emperor of Japan
30 Nov 1985 Prince Fumihito later Prince of Akishino

Commoners and peers

date name note
11 Apr 1882 Sanjo Sanetomi
1 Nov 1882 Iwakura Tomomi
5 Nov 1887 Duke Shimazu Hisamitsu
14 May 1888 Marquis Nakayama Tadayoshi
5 Aug 1895 Marquis Ito Hirobumi
10 May 1900 Duke Kujo Michitaka
25 Aug 1900 Lt General Count Kuroda Kiyotaka posthumously
3 Jun 1902 Field Marshal Marquis Oyama Iwao
3 Jun 1902 Admiral of the Fleet Marquis Saigo Tsugumichi
3 Jun 1902 Field Marshal Marquis Yamagata Aritomo
1 Apr 1906 Count Inoue Kaoru
1 Apr 1906 General Count Katsura Taro
1 Apr 1906 Admiral Togo Heihachiro
1 Apr 1906 Marquis Tokudaiji Sanetsune
1 Apr 1906 Count Matsukata Masayoshi
6 Oct 1908 Field Marshal Marquis Nozu Michitsura
10 Nov 1913 Admiral of the Fleet Count Ito Sukeyuki
14 Jul 1916 Marquis Okuma Shigenobu
21 Dec 1918 Marquis Saionji Kinmochi
3 Nov 1919 Field Marshal Count Terauchi Masatake posthumously
4 Nov 1921 Hara Takashi posthumously
8 Feb 1922 Admiral Count Kabayama Sukenori posthumously
24 Aug 1923 Admiral of the Fleet Viscount Kato Tomozaburo posthumously
28 Jan 1924 Field Marshal Count Hasegawa Yoshimichi posthumously
28 Jan 1926 Count Kato Takaaki posthumously
12 Feb 1926 Marquis Yi Wanyong posthumously
28 Apr 1926 Field Marshal Viscount Kawamura Kageaki posthumously
10 Nov 1928 Field Marshal Count Oku Yasukata
10 Nov 1928 Admiral Count Yamamoto Gombei
22 Mar 1929 Admiral of the Fleet Viscount Inoue Yoshika posthumously
8 Nov 1933 Field Marshal Viscount Uehara Yusaku posthumously
26 Feb 1936 Admiral Viscount Saito Makoto posthumously
26 Feb 1936 Takahashi Korekiyo posthumously
5 Jun 1940 Duke Tokugawa Iesato posthumously
16 May 1942 Count Kaneko Kentaro posthumously
5 Nov 1942 Count Kiyoura Keigo posthumously
18 Apr 1943 Admiral of the Fleet Yamamoto Isoroku posthumously
17 Dec 1944 Baron Itsuki Kitokuro posthumously
7 Mar 1953 Hatoyama Ichiro posthumously
29 Apr 1964 Yoshida Shigeru
13 Aug 1965 Ikeda Hayato posthumously
3 Nov 1972 Sato Eisaku
1 Mar 1974 Tanaka Kotaro posthumously
12 Jun 1980 Ohira Masayoshi posthumously
7 Aug 1987 Kishi Nobusuke posthumously
14 Nov 1988 Miki Takeo posthumously
5 Jul 1995 Fukuda Takeo posthumously
29 Apr 1997 Nakasone Yasuhiro
14 May 2000 Obuchi Keizo posthumously
19 Jun 2000 Takeshita Noboru posthumously
19 Jul 2004 Suzuki Zenko posthumously
1 Jul 2006 Hashimoto Ryutaro posthumously

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