Hōjō Tsunetoki

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In this Japanese name, the family name is "Hōjō".

Hōjō Tsunetoki (北条 経時, 1224 – May 17, 1246) was the fourth Shikken (1242–1246) of the Kamakura shogunate. He was son of Hōjō Tokiuji and of a former wife of Adachi Kagemori, elder brother of Hōjō Tokiyori and grandson of Hōjō Yasutoki. He ruled from 1242 to 1246 and founded Kōmyō-ji in Zaimokuza. He is buried within the temple.

Preceded by
Hōjō Yasutoki
Hōjō Regent
1242–1246
Succeeded by
Hōjō Tokiyori
Preceded by
Hōjō Yasutoki
Tokusō
1242–1246
Succeeded by
Hōjō Tokiyori

References[edit]

  • Shirai, Eiji (1976). Kamakura Jiten (in Japanese). Tōkyōdō Shuppan. ISBN 4-490-10303-4.