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Encyclopedia > Emperor Nakamikado of Japan

Emperor Nakamikado (中御門天皇) (January 14, 1702 - May 10, 1737) was the 114th imperial ruler of Japan. He reigned from July 27, 1709 to April 13, 1735. His personal name was Yasuhito (慶仁) and his title was Masu-no-miya (長宮)


Geneology

He was the fifth son of Emperor Higashiyama. He had at least 16 children:

  • Court lady: Konoe ?? (近衛尚子)
  • Lady in waiting: Shimizutani (?) ?? (清水谷石子)
    • Second son: Prince ??? (公遵法親王) (Buddhist priest)
    • Fourth daughter: Princess Michihide (理秀女王)
    • Sixth daughter: Princess ?? (尊乗女王)
    • Eighth daughter: ?-no-miya (周宮)
  • Lady in waiting: Sono Tsuneko (?) (園常子)
    • Third son: Prince ??? (忠與法親王) (Buddhist priest)
  • Handmaid?: ???? (久世夏子)
    • Second daughter: San-no-miya (三宮)
    • Third daughter: Go-no-miya (五宮)
    • Fifth daughter: Imperial Princess ?? (成子内親王)
    • Seventh daughter: Princess ?? (永皎女王)
    • Fifth son: Nobu-no-miya (信宮)
  • Handmaid?: Gojō Hiroko (?) (五条寛子)
    • Sixth son: Prince ?? (遵仁法親王) (Buddhist priest)
  • Consort: Komori Yorisue's daughter
    • First daughter: ?? (聖珊女王)
    • Fifth son: Prince Jihito (?) (慈仁法親王) (Buddhist priest)
  • Adopted sons
    • Prince ?? (叡仁法親王) (Son of Imperial Prince Arisugawa-no-miya ?? (有栖川宮職仁親王)) (Priest)
    • Prince Kimitaka (?) (公啓法親王) (Son of Imperial Prince Kan'in-no-miya Naohito (閑院宮直仁親王))

Life

In 1708, he became Crown Prince. In 1709, upon the abdication of Emperor Higashiyama, he became Emperor. Because of his youth, first his father, the Retired Emperor Higashiyama, and then his grandfather, the Retired Emperor Reigen ruled in his name.


His reign corresponded to the period from the sixth shōgun Tokugawa Ienobu to the eighth shōgun Tokugawa Yoshimune. During this period, relations with the Bakufu were fairly good. Talk of a marriage between Imperial Princess ??-no-miya Yoshiko (八十宮吉子内親王), daughter of Retired Emperor Reigen and the seventh shōgun, Tokugawa Ietsugu were halted by the latter's sudden death.


He abdicated in favor of Sakuramachi in 1735. In 1737, he passed away.


Eras of his reign

Preceded by:
Higashiyama
Emperor of Japan Succeeded by:
Sakuramachi

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Emperor Nakamikado of Japan - definition of Emperor Nakamikado of Japan in Encyclopedia (213 words)
Emperor Nakamikado (中御門天皇) (January 14, 1702 - May 10, 1737) was the 114th imperial ruler of Japan.
He was the fifth son of Emperor Higashiyama.
Talk of a marriage between Imperial Princess ??-no-miya Yoshiko (八十宮吉子内親王), daughter of Retired Emperor Reigen and the seventh shōgun, Tokugawa Ietsugu were halted by the latter's sudden death.
Emperor Sakuramachi of Japan - definition of Emperor Sakuramachi of Japan in Encyclopedia (173 words)
Emperor Sakuramachi (桜町天皇;) (February 8, 1720 - May 28, 1750) was the 115th imperial ruler of Japan.
He was the firstborn son of Emperor Nakamikado.
In 1734, he became Emperor upon the abdication of his father, Emperor Nakamikado.
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