Emperor Go-Kashiwabara (後柏原天皇 Go-Kashiwabara-tennō) (November 19, 1464 - May 19, 1526) was the 104th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. Events 1095 - The Council of Clermont, called by Pope Urban II to discuss sending the First Crusade to the Holy Land Events 1535 - French explorer Jacques Cartier sets sail on his second voyage to North America with three ships 110 men and The of Japan is the country's Monarch. He is the head of the Japanese Imperial Family. For a topic outline on this subject see List of basic Japan topics. He reigned from November 16, 1500 to May 19, 1526. Events 534 - A second and final revision of the Codex Justinianus is published Events 1535 - French explorer Jacques Cartier sets sail on his second voyage to North America with three ships 110 men and His personal name was Katsuhito (勝仁). His reign marked the nadir of Imperial authority during the Ashikaga shogunate. The nadir (from Arabic ندير nadeer نظير nathir, "opposite" is the astronomical term for the point directly was a feudal military dictatorship ruled by the Shoguns of the Ashikaga family 
He was the first son of Emperor Go-Tsuchimikado. ( July 3, 1442 &ndash October 21, 1500) was the 103rd emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession His mother was Niwata (Fujiwara) Asako (庭田（源）朝子), the daughter of Niwata Nagakata (庭田長賢).
- Lady-in-waiting: Kajūji? (Fujiwara) Fujiko (勧修寺（藤原）藤子)
- First daughter: Princess ?? (覚鎮女王)
- Second son: Imperial Prince Tomohito (知仁親王) (Emperor Go-Nara)
- Fifth son: Imperial Prince Kiyohiko (清彦親王)
- Lady-in-waiting: Niwata (Minamoto) Motoko (庭田（源）源子)
- Third son: Prince Kakudō (覚道法親王) (Buddhist Priest)
- Second daughter: Princess Kakuon (覚音女王)
- Sixth son: Imperial Prince ?? (寛恒親王)
- Handmaid (?): Takakura (Fujiwara) ?? (高倉（藤原）継子)
Events of Go-Kashiwabara's life
In 1500, he became Emperor upon the death of his father, the Emperor Go-Tsuchimikado. Emperor Go-Nara (後奈良天皇 Go-Nara-tennō) ( January 26, 1497 - September 27, 1557) was the 105th emperor ( July 3, 1442 &ndash October 21, 1500) was the 103rd emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession However, because of the aftereffects of the Ōnin War, the Imperial Family was left so impoverished, that he was unable to perform the formal coronation ceremony. The was a civil war from 1467 to 1477 during the Muromachi period in Japan. A coronation is a ceremony marking the investiture of a Monarch with regal power specifically involving the placement of a crown upon his or her head and the On the 3rd month, 22nd day of 1521, thanks to contributions from Honganji ?? (本願寺実如) and the Muromachi Bakufu, the Emperor was finally able to carry out this ceremony. was a feudal military dictatorship ruled by the Shoguns of the Ashikaga family
Because of the Ōnin War, the scattering of the Court Nobility, and the poverty of the Imperial Court, the Emperor's authority fell to a low point. Imperial Court in Kyoto was the nominal ruling government of Japan from 794 AD until the Meiji Era, in which the court was moved to Tokyo
- Bunki 1 (1501): The former Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimura was exiled; and he retired to Suō Province. was a after Meiō and before Eishō. This period spanned the years from 1501 through 1504. also known as Ashikaga Yoshimura, was the 10th Shogun of the Ashikaga shogunate who headed the shogunate first from 1490 to 1493 and then again from Suō was also the Japanese name for Suao Yilan, Taiwan was a province of Japan in the area that is today the eastern part of The former shogun lived in exitle in the home of the daimyo of that han. He changed his name to Ashikaga Yoshitane. also known as Ashikaga Yoshimura, was the 10th Shogun of the Ashikaga shogunate who headed the shogunate first from 1490 to 1493 and then again from He had many of the world with him, and he summoned all the military forces of the western empire to come to his aid. Hosokawa Masamoto was made master of all the provinces which encircled the Kinai. (1466-1507 a notable Deputy- Shogun of the Hosokawa clan of Japan and son of Hosokawa Katsumoto. The or the lies in the southern-central region of Japan 's main island Honshū. 
- Bunki 2, in the 7th month (1502): Minamoto Yoshitane was elevated to the 2nd tier of the 4th class kuge officials; and he expressed thanks to the emperor for that honor. The kuge (公家 was a Japanese Aristocratic class that dominated the Japanese imperial court in Kyoto until the rise of the In the same month, the name of Ashikaga Yoshitaka was changed to that of Yoshizumi. 
- Bunki 3 (1503): There was a great drought in the summer of this year. 
- Eishō 1 (1504): A great famine. was a after Bunki and before Daiei. The period spanned the years from 1504 through 1521. 
- Eishō 5, in the 1st month (1508): A new revolt in Miyako and the assassination of Hosokawa Masamoto encouraged former-Shogun Ashikaga Yoshitane in believing that this would be a good opportunity to re-take Miyako. also known as Ashikaga Yoshimura, was the 10th Shogun of the Ashikaga shogunate who headed the shogunate first from 1490 to 1493 and then again from He assembled his troups and marched at their head towards the capital; and by the 6th month of Eishō 5, he was once more in command of the streets of Miyako. Starting in 1508, Yoshitane is known as the Muromachi period's 10th shogun
- Daiei 5, on the 1st day of the 1st month (1525): All ceremonies in the court were suspended because of the lack of funds to support them. The Muromachi period ( Japanese: 室町時代 Muromachi-jidai, also known as the Muromachi era, the Muromachi bakufu, the Ashikaga era 
- Daiei 6, on the 7th day of the 4th month (1525): Go-Kashiwabara died at the age of 63 years. He had reigned 26 years; that is, his reign lasted 3 years in the nengō Bunki, 17 years in the nengō Eishō, and 6 years in the nengo Daiei. The emperor was found dead in his archives. 
Kugyō (公卿) is a collective term for the very few most powerful men attached to the court of the Emperor of Japan in pre-Meiji eras. The of Japan is the country's Monarch. He is the head of the Japanese Imperial Family. The, or Meiji era, denotes the 45-year reign of the Meiji Emperor, running in the Gregorian calendar, from 23 October 1868 to 30 July Even during those years in which the court's actual influence outside the palace walls was minimal, the hierarchic organization persisted.
In general, this elite group included only three to four men at a time. These were hereditary courtiers whose experience and background would have brought them to the pinnacle of a life's career. During Go-Kashiwabara's reign, this apex of the Daijō-kan included:
Eras of Go-Kashiwabara's reign
The years of Go-Kashiwabara's reign are more specifically identified by more than one era name or nengō. The was the Department of State in Nara and Heian period Japan and briefly under the Meiji Constitution. Sadaijin (左大臣 most commonly translated as "Minister of the Left" was a government position in Japan in the late Nara and Heian Udaijin (右大臣 most commonly translated as the "Minister of the Right" was a government position in Japan in the late Nara and The, usually translated as Inner Minister -- also known as the -- was a significant post in the Imperial court as re-organized under the ''Taihō'' Code. often translated as "Great Councillor" was a government post of the Japanese Ritsuryo governmental system which was in place for much of the classical and The Japanese era calendar scheme is a common Calendar scheme used in Japan, which identifies a year by the combination of the and the year number within the era The Japanese era calendar scheme is a common Calendar scheme used in Japan, which identifies a year by the combination of the and the year number within the era
- ^ Titsingh, Isaac. was a after Entoku and before Bunki. This period spanned the years from 1492 through 1501. was a after Meiō and before Eishō. This period spanned the years from 1501 through 1504. was a after Bunki and before Daiei. The period spanned the years from 1504 through 1521. was a after Eishō and before Kyōroku. This period spanned the years from 1521 through 1528. (1834). Annales des empereurs du Japon, pp. 364-372.
- ^ Titsingh, p. 364.
- ^ a b c Titsingh, p. 365.
- ^ Titsingh, p. 367.
- ^ a b Titsingh, p. 372.
- Titsingh, Isaac, ed. Isaac Titsingh ( 10 January 1745 in Amsterdam – 2 February 1812 in Paris) was a Dutch surgeon scholar merchant-trader (1834). [Siyun-sai Rin-siyo/Hayashi Gahō, 1652]. Hayashi Gahō (林鵞峰 (1618 &ndash 1688 also known as Hayashi Shunsai, was a Japanese Neo-Confucian scholar teacher and administrator in the system of Nipon o daï itsi ran; ou, Annales des empereurs du Japon, tr. is a 17th century chronicle of the serial reigns of Japanese emperors with brief notes about some of the noteworthy events or other happenings during each period par M. Isaac Titsingh avec l'aide de plusieurs interprètes attachés au comptoir hollandais de Nangasaki; ouvrage re. , complété et cor. sur l'original japonais-chinois, accompagné de notes et précédé d'un Aperçu d'histoire mythologique du Japon, par M. J. Klaproth. Julius Heinrich Klaproth (1783-1835 German Orientalist and traveller Paris: Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland. The Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (RAS was according to its Royal Charter of August 11, 1824 ...Click link for digitized, full-text version of this book (in French)
( July 3, 1442 &ndash October 21, 1500) was the 103rd emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession Emperor Go-Nara (後奈良天皇 Go-Nara-tennō) ( January 26, 1497 - September 27, 1557) was the 105th emperor
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