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In 1999 the Emperor and Empress of Japan presented Nakanishi with the “Person of Cultural Merit” prize, one of the country’s highest honors. It is among a long list of distinctions he has received from a dozen countries, including the Welch Award in chemistry, the Arthur C. Cope Award of the American Chemical Society and the Imperial Prize of the Japan Academy.