Kujō Michiie

Kujō Michiie
Kujō Michiie.

Kujō Michiie

Kujō Michiie (九条 道家) also known as Fujiwara no Michiie (藤原 道家) was a statesman and part of the Kujō family, a descendant of the Fujiwara Clan, living from 1193-1252. He was the son of Kujō Yoshitsune and later father to Kujō Yoritsune.

In 1221 he was made sesshō and by 1228 held the role of kampaku.1


1. Louis Frederic, translated by Kathe Roth (2002) “Japan Encyclopedia”. London: Harvard University Press.

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