Emperor Meiji, born Mutsuhito, ruled Japan from 1867 to 1912 and was the 122nd emperor. His era, the Meiji period, was a turning point in which Japan transformed from an isolated feudal state to a world power with a centralized government, modern military, and industrial economy. Under his leadership, the Meiji Restoration was initiated, which ended the shogunate and restored imperial power. Emperor Meiji's reign marked the rapid modernization and Western influences that laid the foundation for modern Japan.

Discover the essence of transformation with the 'Emperor Meiji' plexiglass artwork, a tribute to the architect of modern Japan. This piece captures the spirit of innovation and progress that characterized Meiji's reign, portraying an era of enlightenment and modernization. Available in four elegant sizes (60x90, 80x120, 100x150, 120x180 cm), this artwork offers a refined aesthetic that suits any space that strives for cultural depth and historical inspiration. Add a touch of industrial revolution and cultural renaissance to your interior with this meaningful work of art.

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