Wellwishers salute Japans new Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako. Photograph: Kimimasa Mayama/EPA
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A poll suggests four in five Japanese people feel affection for Naruhito. Perhaps more significantly, however, the same poll by Kyodo News found that a similar proportion would support a woman ascending the throne in future something that is not currently possible under Japanese law.
As it stands, the 18-member imperial family contains just three heirs, including crown prince Fumihito, 53, the younger brother of the new emperor.
Naruhito and Masako have one child, Princess Aiko, 17, who is ineligible.
Japanese emperors were previously seen as godlike, but the US-backed constitution introduced after the second world war reduced the role to the symbol of the state and of the unity of the people.
Akihito was praised for his efforts in comforting natural disaster victims and promoting postwar reconciliation. Naruhito has indicated he intends to follow his fathers example, while advocating for environmental issues such as improving access to clean drinking water around the world.
Empress Masako, who studied at Oxford and Harvard, had to resign from her job as a diplomat when she married Naruhito in 1993.