Meiji (Japanese: 明 "bright, brilliant" 治 "reign, government") may refer to:

  • Meiji Restoration, the revolution that ushered in the Meiji period
  • Meiji period - the period in Japanese history when the Meiji Emperor reigned
  • Emperor Meiji of Japan - Mutsuhito, the Meiji Emperor, who reigned during Meiji period
  • Meiji Constitution - The Constitution of the Empire of Japan
  • Meiji Mura - open-air architectural museum near Nagoya.
  • Meiji University - University in Tokyo.
  • Meiji Seika - A major confectionery firm in Japan.
  • Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company - A major life insurance company in Japan.
  • Meiji Dairies - A major dairy industry company in Japan.
  • Meiji Senmon Gakkou - the former name of Kyushu Institute of Technology
  • Meiji Shrine
  • Meiji Seamount - a seamount in the northern Pacific Ocean

Other articles related to "meiji":

Meiji Seamount
... Meiji Seamount is the oldest seamount in the Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain, with an estimated age of 82 million years ... Meiji Seamount is thus an example of a particular type of seamount known as a guyot, and some publications refer to it as Meiji Guyot ... Meiji Seamount will eventually be destroyed by subduction by the Aleutian Trench once it is carried into the trench by the ongoing plate motion, although ...
Comparison Of Past And Present Administrative Divisions Of Japan - Tōsandō
... Uzen (broke off from Dewa during the Meiji Restoration in 1868) southeastern Yamagata (most) Ugo (broke off from Dewa during the Meiji Restoration in 1868) southwestern Akita (most) northwestern Yamagata ...
Meiji Pharmaceutical University
... Meiji Pharmaceutical University (明治薬科大学, Meiji yakka daigaku?) is a private university in Kiyose, Tokyo, Japan ...
Meiji Shrine Inner Garden
... The Meiji Shrine Inner Garden or Yoyogi Gyoen is a public garden adjacent to Meiji Shrine and Yoyogi Park in Shibuya, Tokyo ... During the Meiji period, the garden came under the supervision of the Imperial Household Agency and named Yoyogi Gyoen (Yoyogi Imperial Garden) and was frequently visited by ...