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Fujiwara family tree

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a genealogical tree of the leaders of the Fujiwara clan from 669 to 1871, who were otherwise known as the Tōshi no Chōja (藤氏長者).[1][2][3]

The title, Tōshi no Chōja, was abolished with Sesshō and Kampaku during the Meiji Restoration; the family leaders from five main branches of the clan, known as the Five regent houses, were then respectively granted with hereditary peerage titles (the kazoku)[4] until the abolition of the nobility titles under the new constitution in 1946.[5]

Family Tree

AdoptionImperial House[note 1]other family
members
Nakatomi no Katanoko[6]
Nakatomi no Mikeko[6]Nakatomi no Kuniko[6]
(614-669)
Fujiwara no Kamatari[7]
669
Nakatomi no Kunitari[8]
(659-720)
Fujiwara no Fuhito[9]
698-720
Tone no Iratsume[10](?-711)
Nakatomi no Omimaro[11]
669-698
(680-737)
Fujiwara no Muchimaro[9]
737
(681-737)
Fujiwara no Fusasaki[9]
720-737
(694-737)
Fujiwara no Umakai[9]
(704-766)
Fujiwara no Toyonari[12]
737-757
764-766
(706-764)
Fujiwara no Nakamaro[12]
757-764
Fujiwara no Otomaro[13](714-771)
Fujiwara no Nagate[14]
766-771
(715-766)
Fujiwara no Matate[13]
(721-783)
Fujiwara no Uona[15]
778-782
(723-776)
Fujiwara no Kaedemaro[16]
(716-777)
Fujiwara no Yoshitsugu[17]
771-777
(722-783)
Fujiwara no Tamaro[18]
782-793
(732-779)
Fujiwara no Momokawa[19]
(727-796)
Fujiwara no Tsuginawa[11]
789-796
(727-789)
Fujiwara no Korekimi[20]
783-789
(756-812)
Fujiwara no Uchimaro[21]
796-812
(756-819)
Fujiwara no Sonohito[11]
812-818
(774-843)
Fujiwara no Otsugu[11]
826-843
(775-826)
Fujiwara no Fuyutsugu[22]
818-826
(802-826)
Fujiwara no Nagara[7]
(804-872)
Fujiwara no Yoshifusa[7]
826-872
(823-900)
Fujiwara no Yoshiyo[23]
891-897
(836-891)
Fujiwara no Mototsune[24]
872-891
(871-909)
Fujiwara no Tokihira[11][25]
897-909
(880-949)
Fujiwara no Tadahira[11]
909-949
900-970
Fujiwara no Saneyori[11]
949-970
909-960
Fujiwara no Morosuke[11]
(924-989)
Fujiwara no Yoritada[26]
972-974
977-986
(924-972)
Fujiwara no Koretada[11]
970-972
(925-977)
Fujiwara no Kanemichi[11][27]
974-977
(929-990)
Fujiwara no Kaneie[11][26]
986-990
(953-995)
Fujiwara no Michitaka[28][29]
990-995
(961-995)
Fujiwara no Michikane[29]
995
(966-1028)
Fujiwara no Michinaga[30]
995-1017
(992-1074)
Fujiwara no Yorimichi[31][32]
1017-1064
(996-1075)
Fujiwara no Norimichi[33]
1064-1075
(1042-1101)
Fujiwara no Morozane[34]
1075-1094
(1062-1099)
Fujiwara no Moromichi[35]
1094-1098
(1075-1162)
Fujiwara no Tadazane[36]
1098-1121
(1097-1164)
Fujiwara no Tadamichi[37]
1121-1150
1156-1158
(1120-1156)
Fujiwara no Yorinaga[38]
1150-1156
Konoe
Family
Matsudono<br/>FamilyKujō
Family
(1143-1166)
Konoe Motozane[39]
1157-1166
(1144?-1231)
Matsudono Motofusa[40]
1166-1179
(1149-1207)
Kujō Kanezane[37][39]
1186-1196
(1160-1233)
Konoe Motomichi[23][41]
1179-1183
1184-1186
1196-1202
(1172-1238)
Matsudono Moroie[40]
1183-1184
(1169-1206)
Kujō Yoshitsune[42]
1202-1206
(1179-1242)
Konoe Iezane[41]
1206-1221
1221-1228
(1193-1252)
Kujō Michiie[42]
1221
1228-1231
1235-1237
Takatsukasa
Family
Nijō
Family
Ichijō
Family
(1210-1259)
Konoe Kanetsune[43]
1237-1242
1247-1252
(1228-1294)
Takatsukasa Kanehira[44]
1252-1261
1275-1287
(1211-1235)
Kujō Norizane[45]
1231-1235
(1216-1271)
Nijō Yoshizane[46]
1246-1247
1265-1267
(1223-1284)
Ichijō Sanetsune[47]
1242-1246
1261-1265
(1246-1268)
Konoe Motohira[43]
1267-1268
(1247-1313)
Takatsukasa Mototada[48]
1268-1273
(1262-1301)
Takatsukasa Kanetada[48]
1296-1299
(1229-1275)
Kujō Tadaie[45]
1273-1274
(1254-1341)
Nijō Morotada[49]
1287-1289
(1267-1334)
Nijō Kanemoto[49]
1299-1305
(1248-1294)
Ichijō Ietsune[50]
1274-1275
(1261-1296)
Konoe Iemoto[43]
1289-1291
1293-1296
(1275-1327)
Takatsukasa Fuyuhira[48]
1308-1313
1324-1327
(1305-1337)
Takatsukasa Fuyunori[48]
1330-1333
(1248-1332)
Kujō Tadanori[45]
1291-1293
(1287-1335)
Nijō Michihira[51]
1316-1318
1327-1330
1333-1334
(1276-1305)
Ichijō Uchisane[50]
(1282-1324)
Konoe Iehira[52]
1313-1315
(1287-1318)
Konoe Tsunehira[52]
(1311-1353)
Takatsukasa Morohira[48]
1342-1346
(1273-1320)
Kujō Moronori[45]
1305-1308
(1290-1327)
Kujō Fusazane[45]
1323-1324
(1320-1388)
Nijō Yoshimoto[51]
1346-1358
1363-1367
1382-1387
1388
(1331-1400)
Kujō Tsunenori[45]
1358-1361
(1291-1325)
Ichijō Uchitsune[53]
1318-1325
(1302-1352)
Konoe Tsunetada[52]
1320
1334-1337
(1305-1354)
Konoe Mototsugu[52]
1337-1338
(1331-1386)
Takatsukasa Fuyumichi[48]
1367-1369
(1315-1349)
Kujō Michinori[45]
1342
(1345-1382)
Nijō Moroyoshi[51]
1369-1375
(1356-1400)
Nijō Morotsugu[51]
1379-1382
1388-1394
1398-1399
(1358-1418)
Ichijō Tsunetsugu[53]
1394-1398
1399-1408
1410-1418
(1345-1398)
Kujō Tadamoto[45]
1375-1379
(1394-1449)
Kujō Mitsuie[33][54]
1418-1424
(1317-1365)
Ichijō Tsunemichi[53]
1338-1342
(1333-1387)
Konoe Michitsugu[52]
1361-1363
(1331-1386)
Takatsukasa Fuyuie[48]
(1383-1411)
Nijō Mitsumoto[51][55]
1409-1410
(1390-1445)
Nijō Mochimoto[51]
1424-1432
1432-1445
(1402-1481)
Ichijō Kaneyoshi[53]
1432
1447-1453
1467-1470
(1440-1488)
Kujō Masatada[54]
1487-1488
(1445-1516)
Kujō Masamoto[54]
1476-1479
(1360-1388)
Konoe Kanetsugu[52]
1387-1388
(1408-1472)
Takatsukasa Fusahira[56]
1454-1455
(1416-1493)
Nijō Mochimichi[57]
1455-1458
1463-1467
(1423-1480)
Ichijō Norifusa[58]
1458-1463
(1464-1514)
Ichijō Fuyuyoshi[58]
1488-1493
1497-1501
(1469-1530)
Kujō Hisatsune[54]
1501-1513
(1383-1454)
Konoe Tadatsugu[52]
1408-1409
(1445-1517)
Takatsukasa Masahira[56]
1483-1487
(1443-1480)
Nijō Masatsugu[57]
1470-1476
(1475-1539)
Ichijō Fusaie[58]
(1507-1594)
Kujō Tanemichi[54]
1533-1534
(1402-1488)
Konoe Fusatsugu[52]
1445-1447
(1480-1552)
Takatsukasa Kanesuke[56]
1514-1518
(1471-1497)
Nijō Hisamoto[57]
1497
(1509-1556)
Ichijō Fusamichi[58]
1545-1548
(1444-1505)
Konoe Masaie[52]
1479-1483
(1509-1546)
Takatsukasa Tadafuyu[56]
1542-1545
(1496-1551)
Nijō Tadafusa[57]
1518-1525
1534-1536
(1529-1554)
Ichijō Kanefuyu[58]
1553-1554
(1548-1611)
Ichijo Uchimoto[58]
1581-1584
(1472-1544)
Konoe Hisamichi[52]
1493-1497
1513-1514
(1526-1579)
Nijō Haruyoshi[57]
1548-1453
(1502-1566)
Konoe Taneie[52]
1525-1533
1536-1542
(1553-1636)
Kujō Kanetaka[33]
1578-1581
1600-1604
(1556-1619)
Nijō Akizane[57]
1584-1585
1615-1619
(1565-1658)
Takatsukasa Nobufusa[33]
1606-1608
(1536-1612)
Konoe Sakihisa[52][59]
1554-1568
(1586-1665)
Kujō Yukiie[60]
1608-1612
1619-1623
(1590-1621)
Takatsukasa Nobuhisa[61]
1612-1615
(1565-1614)
Konoe Nobutada[62]
1605-1606
(1575-1630)
Konoe Sakiko[63]
(1571-1617)
Emperor Go-Yōzei[64]
(1607-1666)
Nijō Yasumichi[33]
1635-1647
(1609-1647)
Kujō Michifusa[33]
1647
(1609-1668)
Takatsukasa Norihira[65]
(1596-1680)
Emperor Go-Mizunoo[66]
(1599-1649)
Konoe Nobuhiro[64]
1623-1629
(1605-1672)
Ichijō Akiyoshi[67]
1629-1647
1647-1651
(1625-1682)
Nijō Mitsuhira[33]
1653-1664
(1637-1700)
Takatsukasa Fusasuke[65]
1664-1682
(1641-1677)
Kujō Kaneharu[33]
(1654-1732)
Emperor Reigen[64]
(1622-1653)
Konoe Hisatsugu[68]
1623-1629
(1633-1707)
Ichijō Norisuke[69]
(1660-1725)
Takatsukasa Kanehiro[70]
1703-1707
(1693-1751)
Ichijō Kaneyoshi[71]
1737-1746
(1669-1730)
Kujō Suketsugu[60]
1711-1722
(1672-1732)
Nijō Tsunahira[72]
1722-1726
(1675-1710)
Emperor Higashiyama[64]
(1648-1722)
Konoe Motohiro[73]
1690-1703
(1652-1705)
Ichijō Kaneteru[74]
1682-1690
(1722-1769)
Ichijō Michika[75]
1746-1757
(1700-1728)
Kujō Yukinori[76]
(1717-1787)
Kujō Naozane[76]
1778-1787
(1689-1737)
Nijō Yoshitada[76]
1736-1737
(1704-1753)
Prince Kan'in Naohito[77]
(1667-1736)
Konoe Iehiro[78]
1707-1711
(1756-1795)
Ichijō Teruyoshi[76]
1791-1795
(1727-1754)
Nijō Munemoto[76]
(1737-1813)
Takatsukasa Sukehira[65]
1787-1791
(1687-1737)
Konoe Iehisa[73]
1726-1736
(1774-1837)
Ichijō Tadayoshi[79]
1814-1823
(1754-1826)
Nijō Harutaka[76]
(1761-1841)
Takatsukasa Masahiro[65]
1795-1814
(1728-1785)
Konoe Uchisaki[80]
1757-1778
(1788-1848)
Nijō Narinobu[76]
(1798-1871)
Kujō Hisatada[81]
1856-1862
(1789-1868)
Takatsukasa Masamichi[65]
1823-1856
(1761-1799)
Konoe Tsunehiro[82]
(1816-1878)
Nijō Nariyuki[83]
1864-1867
(1839-1906)
Kujō Michitaka[84]
1868-1871
(1807-1878)
Takatsukasa Sukehiro[60]
1863
(1783-1820)
Konoe Motosaki[82]
(1808-1898)
Konoe Tadahiro[85]
1862-1863

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b During the Edo period, some of the former royal members from Imperial House of Japan were adopted as heir to the Five regent houses. Despite having a different patrilineal descent with that of the Fujiwara clan, they and their descendants were recognized as members from Fujiwara clan instead of the Imperial House.[86][87][88] As such, these families are referred as "皇別摂家" in Japanese (Kōbetsu Sekke, "Imperial Regent Family").[89]

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