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Minamoto no MuneyukiMinamoto no Muneyuki
Period: Heian Period Occupation: Waka Poet, Magistrate Family: Emperor Kōkō (grandfather) Birth: – Death: 939AD Minamoto no Muneyuki Minamoto no Muneyuki (源 宗于) was the grandson of Emperor Kōkō, known to have died in 939AD. During his life it is known he was reduced to mere commoner status in 894AD,[...]
Emperor KōkōEmperor Kōkō
Reign: 884-887AD Born: 830AD Period: Heian Period Family: Emperor Ninmyō (father) Minamoto no Muneyuki (grandson) Order of Succession: Predecessor Emperor Yōzei * Successor Emperor Uda Emperor Kōkō Emperor Kōkō (光孝天皇) was the 58th Emperor of Japan living from 830-871AD and reigning from 884-887AD.1 Family Kōkō was the third son of Emperor[...]
Emperor YōzeiEmperor Yōzei
Reign: 876-884AD Born: 868AD Period: Heian Period Family: Emperor Seiwa (father) Prince Motoyoshi (son) Fujiwara no Mototsune (uncle) Order of Succession: Predecessor Emperor Seiwa * Successor Emperor Kōkō Emperor Yōzei Emperor Yōzei (陽成天皇) was the 57th Emperor of Japan living from 868-949AD and reigning from 876-884AD.1 Family He was the[...]
Fujiwara no MototsuneFujiwara no Mototsune
Period: Heian Period Occupation: Udajin, Sessho, Dajo Daijin, Kampaku Family: Fujiwara no Nagara (father) Fujiwara no Yoshifusa (adopted father) Fujiwara no Tokihira (son) Fujiwara no Nakahira (son) Fujiwara no Tadahira (son) Fujiwara no Kanehira (brother) Fujiwara no Raishi (sister) Fujiwara no Baishi (sister) Fujiwara no Onshi I (daughter) Fujiwara no Onshi[...]