TOKYO — Japanese Emperor Akihito will soon have his heart bypass anaplastic afterwards this month, his alcazar said Sunday afterwards the 78-year-old autocrat was ailing for tests over the weekend.
Akihito alternate to the alcazar on Sunday afterwards the tests and has appointed the anaplastic for Feb. 18, the Imperial Household Bureau said.
A medical aggregation from the University of Tokyo and Juntendo hospital will backpack out the anaplastic at University of Tokyo Hospital, as his affection action had worsened compared to tests a year ago, the bureau said.
The palace’s account said the anaplastic will advise the emperor have a good time and he can enjoy an active life as compared to the life without the heart surgery.
Akihito has had assorted health problems from few years, including pneumonia and prostate cancer. He has cut back on accessible duties but still appears consistently at events.