Ichijō Akiyoshi (一条 昭良?, June 12, 1605 – March 11, 1672), son of Emperor Go-Yōzei and adopted son of regent Uchimoto, was a kugyō (court noble) of the Edo period (1603–1868) of Japan. He held regent positions kampaku in 1629 and from 1647 to 1651, and sesshō from 1629 to 1635 and in 1647. His wife was a daughter of Oda Yorinaga, and with her, he had a daughter and sons Norisuke and Fuyumoto. Fuyumoto was later adopted by the Daigo family, a branch of the Ichijō family.
- ネケト. 一条家（摂家） (in Japanese). Retrieved 2007-09-11.
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